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Enjoy music from your computer and the Internet on any audio system

Play music from your PC and the Internet with the Sonos® CONNECT. This tiny player works with almost any existing audio system — hook it up to a receiver or powered speaker system in any room of your home. The CONNECT uses your existing Wi-Fi® network to connect to the Internet. Or, you can connect it to your network router, and Sonos will create its own dedicated wireless network for even better performance. If your router is in another room, pick up the optional Sonos BOOST to make this connection. Either way, you'll be ready to start enjoying music within minutes.

Small player fits almost anywhere

The CONNECT's footprint is remarkably compact — less than 5-1/2" square. Analog and digital audio outputs make it compatible with just about any audio/video receiver or shelf system.

Sonos controllers

You probably already own a Sonos controller

You can use an iPhone®, iPod touch®, iPad®, or Android™ phone to control any and all Sonos players. A free download turns your smartphone and tablet into a full-fledged Sonos controller. Easily navigate and search through playlists and tracks stored on your computer, or select an Internet radio station. Create customized playlists on the fly for individual rooms or for playback over your entire Sonos system. You can also mute or adjust the volume of each of your players.

Rhapsody®, Pandora® Internet radio, SiriusXM, and more at your fingertips

The Sonos system works seamlessly with a host of Internet-based digital music services, including Rhapsody, Pandora, Spotify, Napster®, and SiriusXM Internet Radio. Rhapsody offers instant access to millions of songs and ad-free radio stations through your Sonos Controller. Sirius Internet Radio gives you access to over 80 channels of programming. Every Sonos system includes free 30-day trials of these two services, so you can start listening the moment you take it out of the box. Pandora creates customized Internet radio streams just for you — all you have to do is enter the name of your favorite song or artist. And because Sonos connects directly to the Internet for all of these music services, you don't even have to turn on your PC.

Play music stored on your iPhone®, iPad®, or iPod touch®

Sonos now gives you convenient wireless access to music and podcasts stored in the Music app of iOS devices, for playback throughout your entire Sonos system. This function works on devices running iOS6 or later (see below for full list of compatible Apple devices). The system even lets you connect multiple Apple players at once. For instance, you can queue up songs from your iPhone to play in the kitchen while you cook, and your spouse can stream a podcast in the den at the same time.

Expand your Sonos system

Product Highlights:

  • communicates with other Sonos players via Wi-Fi or a dedicated Sonosnet™ 2.0 wireless network
  • control your Sonos system with your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Android device, or computer — free download available
  • plays MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, and Ogg Vorbis files (firmware is upgradable to support future audio formats)
    • compatible with protected WMA files from Napster, Urge, AOL, and many other music download sites
    • not compatible with protected AAC files from iTunes
  • play music and podcasts stored in the Music app of an iPhone (3GS or later), iPad (iPad 2 or later), and iPod touch (4th generation or later)
  • plays MP3 and WMA streaming Internet radio stations
  • plays songs from Rhapsody® digital music service — subscription required after free 30-day trial
  • plays songs from SIRIUSXM Internet Radio — subscription required after free 30-day trial
  • plays personalized Internet radio stations from Pandora®
  • multi-zone synchronous playback (same music plays in multiple zones simultaneously) or multi-stream playback (each plays individually selected music)
  • allows connection of an audio component such as a CD player, FM tuner, or a portable music player (music from such sources can be played back on any player in your system)
  • front-panel controls for volume and muting
  • bass, treble, balance, and volume controls accessible via remote
  • 2-port Ethernet switch
  • coaxial and optical digital audio outputs
  • analog stereo output
  • analog stereo input
  • 5-7/16"W x 2-15/16"H x 5-1/2"D
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • requires high-speed Internet connection

Hands-on research

What's in the box?

Download owner's manual

  • Connect player
  • 6' AC power cord
  • 5' Ethernet cable (with male RJ-45 plugs on each end)
  • 6' Audio patch cable (with 3.5mm miniplug on one end and stereo RCA plugs on the other end)
  • 3' Audio cable (stereo RCA plugs on each end)
  • "Set It Up" booklet
  • Important Product Information booklet

Product Research

Network Requirements


Overview: The Sonos Connect (formerly the ZP90 Zone Player) works exclusively with the Sonos Digital Music System. The Connect player is designed to be used with an external amplifier or a pair of powered speakers.

Two Ways to Connect Wirelessly: The Connect brings great sounding music wirelessly to any room in your house, without a big wiring project through SonosNet or WiFi.

  • SonosNet Wireless Mesh Network: SonosNet, a proprietary wireless mesh network technology, provides superior wireless range for whole-house coverage, ensures synchronous music playback, and avoids sources of wireless interference. The transmitting range of the Connect's built-in wireless system is approximately 100', depending upon your home's layout. In addition to the Connect, you will need a Sonos Boost (sold separately) connected to your network router/modem via a Ethernet cable.
  • WiFi Wireless Network: The Connect can also operate over your home's existing WiFi network (802.11 b/g; 2.4GHz). Because you are connecting wirelessly to your home's existing WiFi network, you do not need to hardwire a Sonos Boost to your router/modem. The Connect's range will be dependent on your home's existing WiFi network. Connect devices manufactured after March 2014 are loaded with the proper firmware and ready to go out of the box for WiFi connectivity. All Connect devices manufactured prior to that date will require a first wire connection to facilitate a firmware upgrade and  hereafter they will be able to work over WiFi.
Note: You cannot connect the Connect via both SonoNet and WiFi; you will need to choose one. Sonos recommends using its proprietary SonosNet wireless mesh network over WiFi when applicable. SonosNet will provide a more secure wireless connection with fewer interruptions for optimum performance. WiFi is subject to greater interference from other WiFi and 2.4GHz devices on your network. WiFi connectivity is not compatible with 5GHz and N routers (you will have to use SonosNet in this case).

Controls/Indicators: The Connect's only controls are a mute button and a rocker-type volume control, both mounted on the front of the unit. An LED status indicator flashes white when powering up or connecting to the Sonos Digital Music System, and lights solid white when powered up and connected to the music system.

Zones: You can place a Sonos player in each zone where you want to listen to music. The Sonos Digital Music System can accept up to 32 players (such as the Connect, the amplified Connect:Amp, Play:3 or Play:5). You can control the entire system from a your PC or Mac, your smartphone or tablet (using a free app), or a separate Sonos controller (such as the CR200). With multiple zones, you can choose to play the same song in different rooms, or different songs in different rooms.

Placement: It is not necessary to place the player in a visible place in the home. The transmitting range of the Sonos Digital Music System is approximately 100 feet. Thick walls, microwave ovens, and the presence of other wireless devices can interfere with or block the wireless network signals. When interference occurs, you can relocate the Connect player in order to receive the signal, make a wired (Ethernet) connection, or add a Sonos Boost between the router and the Connect player to extend the wireless range.

Sonos Controller: The Sonos Connect allows you to control its audio setup, playback functions, and search features through the Sonos Controller software for Windows and Mac computers, or from the Sonos Controller app for Apple iOS and Android devices. You'll have access to thousands of pre-loaded nternet radio stations, dozens of online music services, your iTunes music, and your network music library; all from one control app on your computer/laptop or smartphone/tablet.

  • Sonos Controller for Windows/Mac: The Sonos Controller software allows you to control the Sonos Connect from your computer. Simply download the Sonos Controller software from the Sonos website onto your Windows PC or Mac computer. The Sonos Controller software is compatible with Windows XP (SP3), Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Macintosh OS X (10.6 or higher) operating systems.
  • Sonos Controller for Apple iOS/Android: You can also wirelessly control the Sonos Connect from your Apple iOS device (4.0+) or Android smartphone/tablet (2.1+) running the Sonos Controller App from the iTunes App Store or Google Play Store.
Note: The Sonos Connect, computer, and Apple iOS/Android device must be connected to the same home network.

Music Streaming Services: The Sonos Connect gives you access to unlimited music; such as your iTunes library, your favorite music services, and thousands of Internet radio stations, shows, and podcasts.

  • Pre-Loaded Internet Radio: The Sonos Connect includes TuneIn, an Internet Radio Service, that provides immediate access to 100,000 Internet radio stations and broadcast programs. You can easily find radio stations from all over the world broadcasting music, news, and variety programming, including archived shows and podcasts.
  • Online Music Services: The Sonos Connect works seamlessly with 7Digital, Amazon Cloud Player, AUPEO!,, Hearts of Space, iHeartRadio, Murfie, Pandora, Rdio, Rhapsody, SiriusXM Internet Radio, Slacker Radio, Songza, Spotify, Stitcher, & Wolfgang's Vault, plus downloads from any service offering DRM-free tracks (service availability varies by region). Check out the Sonos website for the latest online music services. (Some online services require a paid subscription.)
  • Music Library: The Connect supports playback of music from any computer or network-attached storage (NAS) device on your home network where you have shared music folders. The Connect can play music stored on up to 16 PCs, Macs or NAS (Network Attached Storage) devices on your home network, supporting the most popular audio formats. The Connect indexes your music folders so you can view your music collection by categories (such as artists, albums, composers, genres, or tracks). The Connect supports the following audio file formats - MP3 (compressed), WMA (compressed), AAC (MPEG4), iTunes, Ogg Vorbis, Audible (format 4), Apple Lossless, FLAC (lossless), WAV (uncompressed), and AIFF (uncompressed).
  • iTunes Music: The Sonos Connect supports the playback of music and playlists managed with your iTunes account (playlists are limited to 40,000 tracks). The Connect can access your iTunes music files from your network computer or directly from your Apple iPod iOS device (4.0+) running the Sonos Controller app.

Network Requirements

Home Network: To access Internet music services, Internet radio, and any digital music stored on your computer or Network-Attached Storage (NAS) device, your home network must meet the following requirements:

  • High-speed DSL/Cable modem, or fiber-to-the-home broadband connection for proper playback of Internet-based music services. If your Internet service provider only offers Satellite Internet access, you may experience playback issues due to fluctuation in download rates.
  • If your modem is not a modem/router combination and you want to take advantage of Sonos' automatic online updates, or stream music from an Internet-based music service, you must install a router in your home network. If you don't have a router, you will need to purchase and install one before setting up your system.
  • If you are going to use a Sonos controller application on an Android smartphone, iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, or other tablet, you will need a wireless router in your home network.
  • Connect at least one Sonos component to your home network router using an Ethernet cable, and then you can add other Sonos components wirelessly. Or setup your Sonos component wirelessly via WiFi without any hardwire connection.
  • For best results, you should connect the computer or NAS drive that contains your personal music library collection to your home network router using an Ethernet cable.

Automatic Updates: The Connect allows for free automatic software updates so you will always have the newest features and music services to enjoy. Simply register the Connect and Sonos will automatically notify you when software updates are available. By simply pressing one button your system updates itself.


2-Port Ethernet Switch: There are 2 female RJ-45 connectors for plugging in Category 5 Ethernet cables. You can connect a router, computer, or an additional network device, such as a network-attached storage (NAS) device. Specifications: 10/100 Mbps, auto MDI/MDIX.

Analog Inputs: You can connect an external source, such as a portable music player or a CD player, to the unit's left and right RCA jacks. The input jacks automatically detect a device is connected, and the source appears in the system. Music from the external source can be played in any zone. The volume is controlled by the Sonos Digital Music System, however, the playback (pause, music selection, etc.) must be controlled at the source.

Analog Outputs: The Connect is equipped with stereo RCA jacks for connecting the player to a separate amplifier or receiver. The stereo RCA jacks have a variable audio output, with the volume controlled by your wireless controlling device (iPhone, iPad, etc.), Sonos controller or the Connect's front panel volume controls.

Digital Outputs: The player has both coaxial and optical digital outputs for connecting the unit to a receiver or amplifier with digital inputs.

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Excellent Product

Written By RobertC, Michigan on Tuesday, February 24, 2015

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I have been more than pleased with the Sonos Connect. My intended use of the Sonos Connect was to stream music to a heritage high end (McIntosh) stereo system. My first concern was sound quality for streaming music, and my second was the flexibility of using my laptop and Iphone as remotes. My expectations were exceeded in terms of the quality of the sound. It is extremely lifelike, and a huge improvement over simply having a direct connection from the laptop or phone to the pre amp. I am using the new Tidal streaming service primarily and it seems to be a perfect match with the Sonos quality, since it streams at a much higher rate than ordinary music services. At least as good as CD quality to my ears. I should add that I had some concern as to whether the built in DAC in the Sonos was of sufficient quality. My initial impression is a resounding yes. The sound on my system is very crisp and lifelike and does not display any murkiness as noted in another review. Finally I should add that I do not use the Sonos speakers in different rooms, but rather use my heritage system in my main listening room and a Soundcast Outcast speaker as the remote portable speaker, which is fed through a line out in the Macintosh pre amp to its I Cast wireless transmitter.

Pros: Quality of the sound. Perfect companion for high quality streaming service such as Tidal. The remote functions of Sonos are great as well.

Cons: None that I can see.

SONOS Connect

Written By Gene S., Wisconsin on Tuesday, February 24, 2015

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I LOVE SONOS! We started with a Play 5 and have added several other units. Now I'm using the Connect to tie in to some built-in speakers. The only downside is I keep spending more and more $$$ because I want more SONOS.

Pros: Easy setup and operation, very stable network, excellent sound

Cons: I keep buying more SONOS


Written By Mark, Virginia on Sunday, February 22, 2015

Best music streaming device ever. Must have. Also pay for a subscription to Spotify with the Sonos.

Pros: All the must in the word

Cons: No stand alone controller. Must have a pc/tablet, or a smart device to operate.


Written By Anonymous, Ruckersville, VA on Friday, February 20, 2015

This small device is perfect for your odd shaped room. Allowed us to connect the Play 1's and Sound Bar for a wireless system. Looks and sounds great

great product

Written By Jon, California on Sunday, February 15, 2015

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This product was perfect for my needs. In fact, I liked the first so much, I bought another so that I could separately control certain zones in my house. I have an eight zone amp with wired connections to speakers in various zones in my house.

I have a very long house, so I need a wireless router and wireless access point to provide full coverage. I had some issues controlling the Sonos Connect from the access point -- the Connect would periodically just "disappear" from the network. Sonos tech support was very patient (escalated to the highest level tech), but ultimately was unable to solve my issue.

Subsequently, after swapping the location of my router and access point, the system is now stable. Now the Connect joins the network via the access point and the dhcp router is at the far end of the house. I think this works because the Connect must now continually renew its IP lease via the access point to the router. In my prior configuration, I think the Connect got "lazy," since it was connected directly to the dhcp router, at which point the access point could no longer find it ... as I told Sonos tech support, that's just my theory, but it works.

Pros: Easy to configure in simple network situation. Adding additional Connects is a breeze. Good iPad and Android app, and desktop program.

Cons: Installing in complex network configuration can be challenging. App/desktop program does not accurately index music on your NAS devices. Some of my albums/songs are not properly found by artist/composer, or genera. I have to browse my Music Library to find the applicable folder. That works if I remember I have the album, otherwise I have no easy way to find it from the app/desktop program.


Written By cape99, Massachusetts on Monday, February 02, 2015

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Great solid product, connect easily to my existing sonos network...sonos app allows easy config... have been running sonos for many years no second connect, a connect: amp and a play 1

Pros: easy setup... solid device

Cons: cost


Written By Ginny B, Cranberry Twp, PA on Sunday, January 25, 2015

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I bought a Sonos BOOST and Sonos COnnect last week. We got it all connected this weekend and I am amazed at how easy the setup was. It works as explained and does just what I want it to. I am now streaming my iTunes, Pandora, and I Heart Radio thru our component stereo speakers. I love the sound quality and the flexibility and ease of use. The Sonos equipment is a wonderful investment in our existing stereo equipment and has given new life to our 40+ year old speakers which are still going strong and playing wonderful sound.

Sonos Connect

Written By MarcC, Georgia on Tuesday, January 13, 2015

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I am an old school audiophile with a Harmon Kardon stereo receiver, JBL bookshelf speakers, and a turntable. I am slowly entering the 21st century having put my CD collection on my IPOD and playing it through my 'stereo system'. I am a SiriusXM radio subscriber and was looking for a way to listen to SiriusXM and internet radio on my stereo. Sonos Connect is it. Connect provides the SiriusXM app connection as well as Pandora and Spotify, as well as a host of other subscription services, too many to mention. In addtion, there are lots of free internet radio stations that can also be played. Music, talk, politics, etc., are all available. There are really more that I have time to listen to but I am sure I will try most of them over time. Set up was pretty easy, not much in the way of printed instructions but the web instructions were pretty good. I set up the control app on my IPAD, which I use for control, and also on my desktop computer where my music collection is stored. I had some trouble adding the links for SiriusXM, Spotify, and Pandora from my IPAD and having them show up as available. I had to add them using the desktop and then the links showed up on the IPAD, not sure why exactly, but it worked that way. Overall, I am very pleased with Connect and have already been considering adding another Sonos speaker or two, but haven't decided yet. I would recommend it highly.

Pros: Pretty simple setup. Kinda pricey, but a better solution with more options that buying a new receiver.

Cons: Very limited printed install instructions.

Great Product

Written By Gary, Pennsylvania on Monday, January 12, 2015

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Works great and ease of hook-up.

Pros: Easy to install.

Cons: Expensive considering on what it does only, however you need this if you want to use your existing stereo.

Simplicity personified!!

Written By Arnie, Queens, New York on Monday, January 12, 2015

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A wonderful product that allows you to utilize your own power and speakers.

Pros: Smooth and straight forward set up.

Cons: A bit pricey for what it accomplishes. Be patient with the time the set up requires - at times no feedback as to set up progress.This is really a nit pic. If you have several Sonos zones in use and an existing audio set up (powered speakers, a sub and an equalizer in my case), it is a no brainer to proceed with this purchase. Enjoy !!

Sounds Great with a Vintage BK Power Amp

Written By GeorgeR, Ohio on Monday, January 05, 2015

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We purchased a couple of Play:1s and a Play:5 for the house but wanted something to provide music in a large carpeted great room. Already had some nice Klipsch speakers and a BK ST-202 power amp, so we purchased the Sonos connect to finish the package. Sound quality is great and the Connect output married nicely to the amp.

Pros: Compatible with a vintage power amp Sonos flexibility and convenience Excellent sound quality

Integrates Well, Simple Setup

Written By RS, United States on Wednesday, December 31, 2014

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Works well with other Sonos products. Was worried about possible delay between pure Sonos Play products and Connect. Worked very well.

Pros: East setup.

Goodbye Crestron Hello Sonos

Written By Rich, New York on Wednesday, December 31, 2014

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Wow, what a great product. replaced an 8 zone Crestron whole house audio system with 8 - Connect boxes and two multi-zone amplifiers. It couldn't have been easier to set up. Let me say that again, it couldn't have been easier to set up. I have it on a wired network connection and the apps work great on computers, iPads and iPhones. We mostly use internet radio, Pandora and our music library. We do have a multidisk CD changer as a auxiliary input just in case. I'm so glad I made the switch.

Pros: Ease of set up Friendly interface variety of sources good fidelity

Cons: it would be nice if they made a single box with say 4 zones at a reduced price.

Easy setup

Written By Toc, Orlando, FL on Monday, December 29, 2014

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Easy setup, wonderful app, sounds great

Great product - lousy instructions

Written By Dag, Tennessee on Sunday, December 28, 2014

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Once you get this thing set up, it works like a dream. If you can't figure out how to do it on your own, however, you're out of luck. The instructions are minimal and vague, even to the point of being unclear as to whether or not you hook up at "output" or "input" on the back of the speaker. Also, it is inexcusable that it only comes in white. If only one color, it should be black. That said, however, it works wonderfully well once you get it hooked up.

Pros: Quality of sound. Transmits well. No drops in quality.

Cons: Vague instructions. Ugly white box.


Written By rc, Templeton Can. on Wednesday, December 24, 2014

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Very good product. Easy to set up to WiFi. Works flawlessly. Thanks Sonos and thanks Crutchfield.

Pros: Great product with solid construction

Cons: Gets a little warm.


Written By Anonymous, Texas on Sunday, December 14, 2014

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This is my fourth connect and this one worked as flawlessly as the other 3. Sonos products are great

Pros: Very easy to install

Cons: Price should be around $300.

Just what I was looking for...

Written By MarkB, Texas on Sunday, December 14, 2014

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Great product...this is my second Connect that I have in my network. Very easy setup and operation. I really like the ability to play different audio in multiple rooms simultaneously.

Pros: Great access to multiple music sources. Very easy to use with iPad and iPhone.

Cons: None so far...except they are a bit pricey to set up several different stations.

Well designed but the high-res music clientele somewhat ignored

Written By HemiSam, TEXAS on Friday, December 12, 2014

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It is a well thought out product, for the most part. Setup was easy, although they're marketing higher resolution streaming services recently as they recognize this is a growing market. Their forum is lit up with customer comments about wanting the flexibility to play higher resolution files than just mp3 quality. So they signed on Deezer Elite, which is the only reason I finally got comfortable buying the Connect. It proved difficult to set up Deezer and get it to work on the Sonos app because nowhere in the instructions did it indicate you needed to do that on your laptop vs my iPad mini or my iPhone...figured it out on my own after a while.

It's white or white...sticks out pretty good in my living room. Black would be a nice option, like on the Sonos player I purchased at the same time.

I use my Connect to pump digital files to my external DAC (digital to analog converter) and send that analog signal to an amplifier that powers good quality headphones. The Deezer Elite provides 16bit/44Hz files (think CD's ripped at their actual file size/resolution...not a compressed format where details are lost) to the Connect...what I had been waiting for. Beats is 320kbps and while that's OK, it's not great with higher quality equipment.

Anyhoo...I'm glad I purchased the Connect but I think Sonos is slow to respond to a market that is going, and when there is a flood of competition on their doorstep. The Deezer Elite option is only reason I bought a Sonos.

Pros: wireless, reliable connection, fairly user friendly graphical user interface (GUI)

Cons: few higher quality streaming options and late to that game, white or white, somewhat pricey for what you get

Sonos connect

Written By SS, SF, CA on Thursday, December 11, 2014

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Sonos is awesome.

Pros: Easily add stereo components to your Sonos environment. 1 input to your Sonos system. 3 outputs (optical, coax, component).

Cons: Expensive. Only 1 input.

Sonos Connect

Written By J., Florida on Monday, December 08, 2014

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Amazing addition to the existing Sonos system. Installation is so simple, as is with all their products, that some people may find it difficult.

Sonos Connect

Written By Bruce B, Sarasota Fl on Tuesday, October 07, 2014

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Easy to set up and operate either through the Ipad or phone.

Pros: System streams music library stored on Ipad and the ability to access thousands of radio stations and music services (ie Pandora) with ease.

Cons: None


Written By PD, Cape May, NJ on Thursday, September 11, 2014

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Excellent product. I bought it to replace a Grace internet receiver.

Pros: I now have 4 Sonos speakers in the house, and they work together perfectly. I stream internet radio or Pandora all day without an interruption.

Useful addition

Written By Br, Potomac md on Tuesday, September 02, 2014

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Great way to connect songs with existing speakers.

Pros: Very useful

Cons: None


Written By SusanS, dayton, oh on Sunday, July 20, 2014

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5 rooms of in ceiling speakers, a notebook, IPAD and Android phone with playlists, first dinner party coming up. Not a clue how to get it all together. Enter Crutchfield. Two days later we have a Niles amplifier and a Sonos Connect. End result, 4 rooms of music and music out on the patio... The SONOS Connect is absolutely great and very easy to set up

Pros: Love controlling my music from my IPAD, Notebook or Android phone. The SONOS apps lead you through the initial connection and the online help and intuitive app makes it easy to import from ITUNEs. I see some SONOS wireless speakers in our future for the master bedroom and bath. Could not be happier!

Cons: A bit expensive but I quickly got beyond that once I had my music playing in 5 areas!

Sonos; cut the cord!

Written By Jeff T, Misdwest on Tuesday, July 15, 2014

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I hesitated before buying the sonos system because of concerns about sound quality. Yes, the bitrate is capped, but if you have good source material, it sounds just as good as a CD. I have the Connect and play it through my stereo and for the most part, it rocks. And all the internet radio is awesome! The app controller is great, very easy to use and works with little to no delay. I am just really impressed overall with Sonos, it has done better then I ever expected. I'm now listening to my music every night instead of watching tv. and I love it.

Pros: Simple setup, ease of use, works as advertised

Cons: cost

Sonos Connect, Great Product

Written By GS, Charlotte,NC on Tuesday, July 08, 2014

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This is a great product, the Sonos connect, connects your home stereo to the Sonos speakers. it will also connect the Sonos music source to your home stereo. So things like Pandora, on line radio stations and music on your computer can be played on your stereo. I can also use my turntable and CD and Cassett players and all Speakers in the house can now play the same music or have different speakers playing different things. If you have a radio station you like it can be played over the Sonos network, with all the clarity that you get with digital source as apposed to over the air transmissions. The connection was very easy and it is simple to operate. This is the way the other systems should operate, under a very open platform. Now I can use a real to real tape deck or any other input to get music in to deliver it to all speakers in the house or outside.

Pros: Easy to install, easy to use. Music that is coming from any source or another input sounds good, and no lag time from Sonos speakers to speakers connected to the main stereo.

Cons: Software was a little tough to work around, but one call to tech support with Sonos they were able to get me going in about 3 min. Tech support is great and they will help anytime you need it.


Written By Chris B, Cranberry Township, PA on Tuesday, June 24, 2014

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This is the third Sonos CONNECT that I have purchased over the past three years. That in and of itself should be enough of a review. I highly recommend all of the SONOS products. I started at Christmas of 2011 with a SONOS Connect, SONOS Bridge and a SONOS Controller. I used the Connect as an input for my home office component stereo system. I live on the outskirts of Pittsburgh, and radio reception is marginal. I used Terk amplified antennas to help, but varying atmospheric conditions made reception spotty. We live in an area of rolling hills. Plus frankly, the local over the air radio stations are going down hill and not playing my preferred music much any more. I bought these to stream Pandora and other services such as iHeart Radio, and stream from my computer and iPhone.

This lead to a second CONNECT and a PLAY:5 "Radio" for the master bedroom and kitchen, respectfully. The second Connect is used with a home theatre amp in the master bedroom, and the radio in the kitchen gets more play than any other. Their PLAY:5 is awesome - Bose cannot compare. Then I bought a second PLAY:5 for my real office (with a free bridge) last Christmas along with a PLAY 3 as a "roamer" for washing the cars, out on the deck/patio, and when in the shower. I just got the third CONNECT for the surround sound in the sunroom. The next purchase will be the SONOS sound bar and sub to replace the Polk Audio ones in the family room. The SONOS uses your iPhone or Android phone to control.

Pros: Extremely easy to set up, and with the latest version of the Controller App, you can easily control several different SONOS System Networks (Home and Office, etc). That used to be difficult, but they listened to their customers and corrected that. Amazingly great sound from their "radios" PLAY:5 and PLAY:3. I do not have a PLAY:1 so I cannot honestly comment on that one.

Cons: A little pricey, and forget about discounts. Like Apple products. But I have to say they are worth every penny. I would have replaced my Polk Sound Bar for my LED TV, as its proprietary remote sucks and it will not integrate with my Samsung TV, but the SONOS Sound Bar and Sub are $1398 and the Polk unit does work and sounds good, so it is hard to justify. $999 for the pair and I would jump...


Written By Tom, Albany, NY on Friday, June 20, 2014

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Nothing really goes as planned on a big project, but the Sonos system worked like a champ. So easy to set up and navigate.

Pros: Clean and easy setup.

Cons: Little expensive, once you plug it in and you use it. It was worth it.

Best music streaming device

Written By cberkley, Portland, OR on Tuesday, May 27, 2014

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Easy setup, great sound in 3 different zones. Sonos just works and the new app is great too. Worth every penny.

Pros: Easy setup, great sound, nice new app

Cons: price, but it's worth it.


Written By DonK, San Antonio, TX on Tuesday, May 27, 2014

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Just amazing product. Easy to connect, music sources are endless. Could not be anymore satisfied

Pros: None

Cons: None

Sonos Connect - YES

Written By DK, New York,NY on Thursday, May 22, 2014

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As always the sonos products exceed expectations. Easy set up. Fast shipping and shipping free!

Pros: Great system

Cons: none


Written By Steve A., Albert Lea, MN on Monday, April 14, 2014

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This Sonos Connect is the bomb! It streams music stations from all over the world in about every and any language you can think of. I never use the tuner off of my receiver. And the music off my I-pad sounds great. Very easy to install and it all runs off of a free App. Wish I would have bought this along time ago.

Pros: Easy to install and is about the size of half abox of Kleenex.

Cons: None

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Written By BruceF, South Range, WI on Monday, April 14, 2014

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The Sonos system and hardware are second to none. That said their software is decidedly anti-Microsoft. Their Windows desktop controller software is looking dated. They have no Windows 8 support. Absolutely nothing for RT or Winphone. The third part app is ok for Winphone but the RT app is unusable.

So if you are a Windows user prepare to be a little frustrated. Sonos recently had a survey for Windows users to tell them what we would want in a controller and they have new Mac and Android controllers scheduled. Lets hope they follow up with a new Windows app.

I swore I wasn't going to get another Sonos product until they had full Windows support. I was using a laptop in the basement in order to wireless send music to my stereo but alas it had XP. With XP support gone away I didnt want a potentially unsecure computer on my network

Pros: Versatility Internet music Ability to access NAS

Cons: Lack of Windows support


Written By JackL, California on Sunday, April 13, 2014

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Simple. Easy setup as advertised. I have a network attached storage unit and was concerned if the Sonos unit would work with it. It easily accessed and indexed all of my music. I used a wired LAN connection so I didn't need the bridge unit. I have not tried the internet radio yet.

Pros: Easy set up.

Cons: Price but I suppose simplicity has its price. Limited inputs.


Written By Chris, Reston, VA on Wednesday, April 09, 2014

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Added my second Sonos Connect unit in my house. I will definitely be adding a third. A great investment for music throughout the house.

Brings all the music together

Written By Geopatchen, Mount Bethel, PA on Saturday, April 05, 2014

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The Sonos connect brings all of my music together. I have it connected to my whole house audio system. This is a perfect way to listen my music. Rock solid device!

Pros: Simple installation.

Cons: Favorites on iheart radio don't work properly sometimes.

DJ in tha house

Written By KmfT, Columbia, TN on Thursday, April 03, 2014

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Hooked the connect to my mixer and now it's an "Official House Party". It's cool for people thru out the house to hear my mixes (even on the patio) without setting up the PA and running cables everywhere. Nice!

Pros: Once again easy set up and use!

Cons: I thought it was a little expensive, but once set up and working, I'm glad I made the purchase. Maybe not a con after all.

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Written By ER, Lawrenceville, NJ on Thursday, April 03, 2014

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The Sonos does exactly what it is supposed to do and it is not hard to set up and produces the best FM sound from anywhere you want it.

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Written By Roger, Yorktown, va on Monday, March 17, 2014

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Haven't been able to get operational , the connection guidance is so vague I am having problems , my tuner has many audio in connections, can't seem to get it right!

Crutchfield response on Wednesday, March 19, 2014 We forwarded this review to our Technical Support team for follow-up. Lifetime tech support comes with every Crutchfield purchase.

Easy and Functional

Written By walkman666, NYC on Friday, March 07, 2014

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I would give the Sonos Connect a high recommendation based on the ability to reliably stream music to various parts of your home. For me, I got a Connect so I could integrate Sonos into my existing stereo system. Set-up was quick & easy, and the apps control the player through any tablet or smart phone, including a desktop PC. I would prefer a screen like the logitech squeezebox touch, which I also own, but I like that Sonos is not being discontinued like the SBT, and like its reliance on a proprietary mesh network to increase coverage and decrease wifi congestion.

Pros: Easy to us; integrates well with existing components. Reliably works.

Cons: No screen, 65k song limit, inability to play higher resolution files (e.g. 96/24).

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Written By Harry, Joliet, IL on Friday, March 07, 2014

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If I could give the Sonos' product more than 5 stars, I would!!!

Pros: Very easy to set up. Music quality and sources available. perfect audio streaming. Service support and up grade.

Cons: Price but worth the cost.

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Written By JAB, Long Beach, CA on Friday, February 28, 2014

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GREAT- Love it- easy to connect and setup

Fun replacement for radio, and CDs

Written By Brian, Mason, OH on Thursday, February 27, 2014

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Interface is beyond five star - easy, easy, easy. So much you can do with playlists. You can be playing any song anyone names within 10 seconds or less - even if you don't have the album, or never heard of the artist, thanks to spotify. Only reason I didn't give five stars is because they don't support hi resolution audio.

Pros: The interface - sound quality is very good (CD Quality) but not DVD or Blue Ray quality fidelity. Can synchronize many sonos players (party mode) or control independently.

Cons: Resolution is limited to CD quality max, regardless of source resolution.

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Written By beeper, springfield,ohio on Monday, February 10, 2014

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very impressed,easy to set up.

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Written By Hikher, NY on Wednesday, January 29, 2014

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Best multiroom music system

Pros: Ease of use, control interface, stability,

Cons: Pricey, library limited to 64000 songs

Mark's Sonos

Written By Mark, Texas on Wednesday, January 29, 2014

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A little history. I've been using Rhapsody for years, allowing me to stream music to my computers, MP3 players, and more recently, iOS devices. Works great, and I love that you can download music to portable devices for a low monthly price.

Recently, I started a HUGE DIY project, which is a 13 zone A/V system for my home. I am using two matrix switches, one is an HDMI 8x8 matrix with SPDIF switching incorporated, and the other is an analog RGB 8x8 video switch with stereo analog audio. Short story long, I originally decided NOT to use a SONOS because I would have to switch between the SONOS app and an iRULE system to control the volume (so I thought, I understand that iRULE is coming out with a SONOS inset soon that will integrate this limitation away.) So I bought a ROKU player and decided that I would use SPOTIFY on this box instead. All was fine with this, and the ROKU works well, but the SPOTIFY app within ROKU is nothing like their PC based interface. It's essentially too much work to keep a flow of music going when I'm trying to accomplish other things. It's a no-go.

So, I ponied up the money and took a plunge with the SONOS, having heard great things. Couldn't be happier right now. Came home from a trip last night at 2 am and found the Crutchfield box on the kitchen island, and 15 minutes later I was sitting in my living room chair streaming music via SPDIF digital into my Yamaha's DACs feeding my B&W speakers. Best component I've ever bought

Pros: Seamless integration with all your digital sources... Rhapsody, Spotify, Pandora, and computer music files in my case. I am just using one Sonos Connect and feeding 13 zones, 8 are feeding analog stereo zones and the other 5 are feeding digital (via SPDIF). You should know by looking at the picture this box doesn't have any video capability and therefore no HDMI. I am feeding an HDMI matrix via SPDIF inputs that makes this possible for me. SPDIF output simultaneously works with analog L/R.

Cons: I'm having a problem getting the digital TOSLINK to work with the Yamaha, but don't jump off a cliff yet. I think I'm doing something wrong with my receiver or have a bad cable. Still troubleshooting. Also a possibility that the optical output is turned off when the SONOS output volume is set to "variable", but I don't know the answer to this because there really isn't much of a manual to speak of. Biggest con for SONOS is that they don't do HD video the same way. Pretty please???

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Written By Anonymous, Pasadena, MD on Saturday, January 04, 2014

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Super easy to set up, use and to add to existing system.

Pros: reliable, easy to set up, use and expand to existing system.

Cons: expensive

Great Device for Home Audio System

Written By MGreene, Knoxville, TN on Friday, January 03, 2014

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This is an absolutely great device to mix into a home audio system. It's a lot like having an almost inexhaustible music collection to choose from. You can choose artists, composers, songs, etc., even from many of the free music services Sonos connects to. The sound quality is great, plus the device does not take up the space required for the typical tuner or CD player, or whatever. You can even build your own music collection on your PC and search for selections out of it. The device is great, but the software that you interact with is superb and is extremely well thought out. It's quick and easy, and, if you just want to listen to one of the many thousands of radio stations it can access, you simply select that station, tell it to play and listen for hours. You can power down your system, come back the next day, turn it on, and you're right back with the station you were using before.

Pros: This can take the place of a tuner, a CD player, or whatever else you use to select music, news, comedy, or whatever you can find on the thousands of places you'll be able to access.

Cons: I can't think of any. The cost is certainly reasonable.


Written By Deb F, Glen Ellyn, IL on Tuesday, December 31, 2013

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The Sonos Connect is PERFECT! It did EXACTLY what my son wanted it to do and he is OVER the MOON!!!! He now can listen to is VAST vinyl collection EASILY and flawlessly through Sonos!!!!!! Best gift of Christmas!!!!! HIGHLY, highly recommended!!!! And, Crutchfield is FANTASTIC!!!!!!

Pros: Sooooo user friendly!!!! And, sounds really great, to boot!

Cons: ZIPPO, Ziltch, Zero!!!


Written By David, Hartford, CT on Friday, December 20, 2013

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Exactly what it's purported to be - great network connectivity and painlessly simple connection to my A/V system. Even has a setting to turn off the LED indicator!

Pros: Cost-effective way to turn my 20th century A/V setup into a 21st century access point for internet and network-based music

A small slice of music heaven

Written By pallpoul, Lubbock, TX on Tuesday, December 10, 2013

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Very easy set up, to my stereo system, easy apps on my android devices, and plays all internet music as well as my own music library. Much easier then the Logitech squeezebox to handle and to navigate. Very strong connection to internet and has a wonderful sound. I have access in one place to my own music library on my PC, Pandora, MOG, and every possible internet music service available. The PC desktop app is second to none.

I have mine set up as follows: Sonos connect--> Emotiva XDA-1 ( DAC)---> Emotiva USP-1 ( pre amp)----> Emotive XPA-2 ( AMP 300 wpc)---> Def, Tech. BP 7006 Towers speakers.

The sound is simply amazing. The product is a bit pricy but it is worth it. Highly recommend it.

Pros: Small size, Easy set up, easy navigation screen.

Cons: Price.


Written By RickT, Providence, RI on Monday, December 09, 2013

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Works exactly as adverised. Great sound quality.

Love Sonos!

Written By Lydia, Charlottesville, VA on Friday, December 06, 2013

We have waited for years to get a stereo system, waiting for the perfect balance of sound quality, wireless technology, and aesthetics. The Sonos system is all of this.

Pros: Looks, ease, wireless, sound quality.

Cons: Sometimes hard to figure out why some songs/playlists don't play. But the Sonos customer service is great help.

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Written By G.E., Godfrey, IL on Friday, December 06, 2013

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The Sonos Connect is an excellent product to turn your separate stereo room units into a whole house system. The ability to reach digital music sources is excellent.

Pros: Control music with your smart phone or tablet.

Cons: None

Love It!

Written By Stew in New York, Larchmont, NY on Tuesday, October 15, 2013

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I love my Sonos system!

I started with a Play:5 about a year ago and used its line out to feed my stereo. I recently purchased the Connect to serve this purpose - for which it is designed, and free up the Play:5 to be portable around the house.

Using the Connect is great. It connects to my Onkyo tuner with a fiber optic digital connection, which gives excellent sound quality through my KEF speakers (some users add a DAC, but I find it is not really necessary) Others may argue about the sound quality, but I have no problems - I think that my system is well balanced, and a few minor adjustments on the Sonos EQ, as well as the tuner's Bass and Treble gives me bright full sound.

The Sonos setup is simple and barring any obstacles - such as firewall settings- you can have your first component unpacked and playing music in about 15 minutes (adding a new component to an existing system takes less than 5 minute from opening box to having sound!). Sonos requires a direct internet connection (plug into your router) to access streaming internet music and a NAS to have your own music library operate independent of a computer.

Love it!

Pros: Easy to set up Easy to expand simple design fully integrated

Cons: no real issues I have come across yet price may be an obstacle for some but it you have probably spent more on less in the past

Garbage Product

Written By Former Sonos User, Long Island, NY on Sunday, September 22, 2013

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Worst product made and even worse customer service. Sonos could not help me and tried to resolve my broken Connect by trying to sell me the Connect:AMP. Product stopped working at 13 months old. Warranty is 12 months and Sonos wants 2/3 the cost for replacement, shipping and taxes. Only used it 5 times. Will not buy Sonos again. Going back to Crutchfield for Sony products only.

Pros: None

Cons: Product Reliability and Customer Service

Sonos Rules the airwaves...

Written By LHP, in Music City on Tuesday, September 03, 2013

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Own several Sonos products for 3 years +... no problems, no complaints...

Pros: Reliability... Online updates Due to comment below I get to buy from Crutchfield... Which I always try to do...

Cons: Price seems somewhat fixed... no deals anywhere... They even quit offering bundles... which was the affordable way to get a system off the ground.

Finally something that works

Written By Sonos connect, Pikesville, MD on Friday, August 02, 2013

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I've been searching for a device that would allow me to play mp3 on my home theater system. Tried a few other things like Apple TV, verizon dvr, and play station 3. All worked but none were reliable. I had read about the Sonos system but shied away from it because of the expense. I'm so sorry I waited so long. It works flawlessly. It's a very high quality device that bridges your computer to your home stereo. Thank you.

Pros: Easy to set up. Works as advertised.

Cons: Expensive.

Music everywhere

Written By GKM, New Jersey on Wednesday, July 31, 2013

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Love having music in every room and with this, you don't need to run wires everywhere! Highly recommeded!

Pros: Fast and easy! Great music available from multiple on-line sources.

Cons: $$ - but worth it$

Easy to use and easy on the ears

Written By TomT, Charlottesville VA on Tuesday, July 09, 2013

I connected this unit to my home stereo, and now without hassles of any kind, I can listen yo music from the Internet including MOG, which delivers an extensive list of music in a high bit rate format. This unit is a music lovers dream come true. Sonos truly delivers.

Pros: Ease of use, extensive catalog, high quality bit stream

Cons: The price is a little high, but perhaps you get what you pay for.

Best thing since sliced bread

Written By Dave, Fullerton, CA on Sunday, June 30, 2013

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connected to my Russound MCA-C5, it's magic. streaming all intranet and internet content with ease!

Pros: Easy set up. Nearly endless internet content controlled with nearly any intranet connected device

Cons: does not have metadata for Russound control pad

Great to Expand A/V Zone Coverage

Written By Hiram B., Aguada, PR on Saturday, June 22, 2013

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Works as advertised and then some ... The documentation highlights how the CONNECT hooks to your existing receiver and expands it functionality by providing access to your Rip Libraries, iTunes and a great number of internet music services. Yet for me the best feature is that the CONNECT also allows you to expand the coverage of sound sources connected to your A/V receiver.

The Analog Inputs allowed me to connect the Sonos CONNECT to the Zone2/3 output of my Yamaha RX-A2000 A/V receiver. I do not need to run speaker wires from my Yamaha A/V to my Patio, or anywhere else outside the Home Theater room. By just turning on my AV Zone 2, any source (local radios stations, CD, DVD, Blue Ray, selection on the A/V, is automatically & wirelessly send to my Sonos speakers

This is the one feature that made me happy as I needed a way to expand my A/V coverage to my Terrace Patio and it was impossible to run speaker Wires. Plus, although my A/V provided me with services like Pandora, Rhapsody and SIRUS, the CONNECT now allows me to expand the range of option that I can enjoy on my A/V

Pros: -easy installation -lets you expand your A/V with internet music services -analog input allows Sonos speakers to connect to A/V Zones, and expand the coverage of the music sources connected to your A/V system

Cons: Expensive solution


Written By LarryT, Greenbrier, AR on Sunday, June 16, 2013

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Enjoy my Sonos connect. My only concern was in downloading HD Tacks to my iTunes account. I wanted to listen to HD tracks from Sonos thru iTunes. I was able to load HD tracks to the Sonus but they would not play. Keep getting info from Sonos that said the HD Tracks was not supported. Contacted Sonos and was told that they don't support 24 bit music. That was disappointing to hear but I will get over it. I will connect my laptop using Audioquest Dragonfly 96/24 DAC to the input of my McIntosh amp and listen to my HD Tracks that way. Much better sound anyway

Pros: good for what it was designed to do but does need to be updated so it can handle 24 bit music

Cons: not able to play any music that has more than 16 bits

Setup was a piece of cake

Written By RLoving, Denver, CO on Wednesday, June 12, 2013

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Settip up the CONNECT was a piece of cake. The unit is truly plug and play and it took me less than 10 minutes from opening the box to listening to music. The BRIDGE took a bit longer to setup but the controller picked up the CONNECT and was streaming my music in short order.

Pros: Easy install and setup

Cons: N/A

Works as it should - great product

Written By RichC, Long Island, NY on Saturday, May 18, 2013

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I bought the CONNECT as an add-on to my existing system and to connect to a Cambridge Audio AR30 receiver as my primary source of music. It's very easy to connect and works once you add it to the Sonos network. The sound it great and the controller software is fine to use although sometimes picky as to where the music library is stored.

Pros: Easy to connect to an existing network or to setup a new one; has a network hub.

Cons: None really. I wish it came in black, though, to blend in better with my other components.

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Written By Anonymous, arr on Thursday, May 16, 2013

Device does what it is supposed to do, however it is very suceptible to intereference from other wireless devices Unfortunately it works on an older more crowded 2.4 mhz band rather than the newer more stable and less crowded 5mhz band. The device should have more shielding and the ability to shift between the two frequencies. Device is prone to dropouts unless an extra bridge "amplifier-repeater" is added for additional $.

Pros: Small footprint ; excellent tech support; well made

Cons: Too prone to external interference

great product

Written By GB, Livermore CA on Thursday, May 16, 2013

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This may be one of the coolest gadgets I have bought in a very long time. If you like to stream music from multiple sources, it's a must! Very easy setup, great set of features and works perfectly with no issues. I'll be buying more Sonos components.

Pros: easy setup, great feature set, great sound

Cons: none

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Written By Tim, Round Lake Il on Saturday, April 20, 2013

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This completes my Sonos home control system. I have a bridge and two connects. My entire music collection and a variety of on line options are in my hands. The entire system is controlled off either my iPad or my iPhone. Installation was quick and easy. No more iPods or other less than perfect solutions for me. Sonos is the answer to all your music needs.

Pros: Easy install.

Cons: Price is well... The price

great product

Written By Dave, Sacramento on Friday, April 19, 2013

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The perfect item for music lovers. Puts the controls in your hands

Pros: Easy to operate

Cons: None