With devices all having wireless capabilities; streaming wireless music throughout homes and offices is becoming the norm as wireless speakers are coming in bigger and more powerful.
Sonos has a few products to help ease the transition of into wireless music listening. Introducing the Sonos Wireless HiFi System; this includes two speakers, a subwoofer, a networking bridge and of course an app.
Sonos Play 3
This is your bookshelf type speaker. It has a very modern and sleek look. You can position it vertically or horizontally. It has an internal sensor that modifies the output that ensures a balanced, room-filling sound. With two speakers you can create an even more rich stereo sound. I was surprised by the power of the Play 3. These speakers are $299
Sonos Play 5
If you want to have all the power the in one speaker; this would be the one to get. The Play 5 has five integrated speakers that are powered by five digital amplifiers (two tweeters, two mid-range drivers and one subwoofer driver). The sound is so clear (given that we were in a noisy expo room). Its many components of complicated audio equipment, all in one. This powerful speaker is $399
The Sonos Sub has two force-cancelling speakers positioned face-to-face. My favorite thing about this subwoofer; no vibration whatsoever! The sound comes in extremely clear but no vibration (on the outside). While this may not matter to most; it matters to me because the vibrating noise from the sub is just annoying. Price for the subwoofer
Since you control your music collection through apps and the speakers are connected through Wi-Fi; you might consider getting the Sonos Bridge. It makes it even easier to setup your Sonos Wireless Network. You just connect it to your router; and all your Sonos players are linked. With the two-port Ethernet switch you can bring internet connectivity to your other devices (game consoles, drives, etc.) Price $49
This is the center for the action. You can control your music collection from any smartphone, tablet or PC. The free app is available on iOS, Android (Google Play) and Amazon App Stores. You can play from music from your iTunes collection, and Internet radio services, such as Spotify, Pandora, iHeartRadio, etc. You can play different music on different speakers or the same song in unison throughout the network.
I think wireless speaker networks are becoming the norm; as prices are dropping and there are wireless speakers available for every budget. I like that you don’t need a receiver or any other components to work with the Sonos wireless speakers. Hope to review this soon to get more in depth!