Many receivers promise Android compatibility, but how many features you can access depends on your phone. We got hands-on with three touchscreens to get some answers. While we didn't find a one-size-fits-all solution, the hunt for the perfect fit proved more rewarding.
Sonos makes it incredibly easy to listen to a plethora of music in any room of your house wirelessly. To test how easy it'd be for a newbie, we outfitted the home of Rachel, one of our web designers. We gave her Sonos gear for three rooms and timed how long it took her to get everything up and running.
Shawn, Senior Product Advisor at Crutchfield, was a beta tester for the Sonos Controller App for Android. Shawn tells us how the free app works and how he uses it with his Sonos system.
Many consumer electronics products use apps to make your smartphone an integral part of your home entertainment or car operating system. We serve up a few examples in this video.
Tara had a chance to try out the newest (and smallest) Sonos player, the Play:3. The compact Play:3 lets you enjoy music from the Internet as well as music that's stored on your home computers, and it's perfect for small rooms.
Sonos® donated a wireless audio system to our local fire station. The firefighters looked forward to being able to play music from their smart phones as they did their chores, cooked and worked out in the firehouse.
Bluetooth compatibility has become a top priority for shoppers when deciding on a new car receiver. We tested six receivers in the Crutchfield Labs to find out which ones made the most of this convenient technology.
Adding a new Sonos player to your system is easy. We show you how to do it in this short video.