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Video: Sonos Move portable wireless powered speaker

A Sonos speaker you can bring anywhere, plus Bluetooth

The Sonos Move is a first for Sonos: battery-powered and portable. On your home network, it works just like any other Sonos product, and you can use it with your whole-house music system if it's in range. Out of range, you can play music just like any Bluetooth speaker and take advantage of great Sonos sound quality.

The Move is water-resistant and dustproof, so you can take it almost anywhere. Two of them can connect to each other wirelessly to form a stereo pair. Another cool feature is the microphones on the top which constantly adjust the EQ for optimal sound, meaning it sounds better the longer it sits in any given place.

Our training manager JR took a Sonos Move home to try out recently, and came away impressed with its versatility and audio quality. It's a Sonos speaker...a Bluetooth speaker...it's like having two products in one.

Last updated 9/20/2019
  • CT from Bellevue, WA

    Posted on 10/9/2019

    I own about 10 Sonos devices, but this seems overly costly. I'm not sure why it shouldn't be comparable to a One.

  • Paul Scheufler from Lemont

    Posted on 10/9/2019

    Aside from the battery feature, my existing Play 5s can be portable as well as long as I have a place to plug them in or a DC/AC converter for my car, right?

  • BHart from Portland

    Posted on 10/9/2019

    Rebecca - You can listen to music stored on your PC through Sonos with the music library feature. I rip my CDs to the hard drive and listen that way. If you're talking about streaming from the internet, then yes, you're correct. It's my biggest frustration with Sonos that it has so few ways to input directly without purchasing another device. I ended up buying a series of adapters so I could run my turntable through their sound bar - it was still way cheaper than their device.

  • Mike

    Posted on 10/9/2019

    This is a ridiculous price! You can buy a decent A/V receiver for less than that amount!

  • Rebecca from Midlothian, VA

    Posted on 10/9/2019

    First, it's about time they added bluetooth. I believe they should add it to the bases, as I can play iTunes library on my pc and linked speakers and a Bose bluetooth speaker I own as long as it is in range. But I can't listen to the things on my pc through bluetooth or SONOS, unless I guess I get the additional connector. I agree, this is expensive and I have no desire for apps listening in to anything I say, ever. I do thoroughly enjoy my 5 SONOS amps, 14 wired speakers, and my recently added 2 Sonos play 1.

  • Video Team from Crutchfield

    Posted on 9/26/2019

    Hi D. Yes, you can wirelessly pair two Sonos Move speakers together for stereo listening, and that's just one of the reasons we're excited about them. Hope that helps!

  • D from Mattawan

    Posted on 9/26/2019

    Can Sonos Move be paired for stereo?

  • Jeff scotti from Margate

    Posted on 9/25/2019

    For that crazy price u can the Braven xxl2 that blows it away .. over priced sonos ..

  • Jeff from upper marlboro

    Posted on 9/25/2019

    @ James, subscription required to what? You'll need a subscription to some music streaming service like Amazon, Spotify, or Pandora to play music through this, or with the bluetooth feature, stream whatever music is stored locally on your phone. The speaker itself does not require any subscription by itself though.

  • James

    Posted on 9/25/2019

    Is a subscription required?