Sonos loudspeakers and gone are the days when your Hi-Fi system was restricted to one room., thanks to Sonos. Finally, you can stream your favourite music from various devices to multiple speakers using your home wireless connection.
However, plenty of manufacturers offer this multi-room experience, but the American company Sonos leads the market with its long-established, well-designed system. The company, founded in 2002 by John MacFarlane, Craig Shelburne, Tom Cullen, and Trung Mai, based in Santa Barbara, California, changed the loudspeaker industry.
The company develops and produces active loudspeaker systems and hi-fi components that wirelessly work via WLAN. Besides, the system can use local audio files or music streaming services and simultaneously play them in multiple rooms. An App on your smartphone, tablet or PC controls the system, tablet PC or desktop PC.
The system has two significant advantages – a breadth of choice and simplicity of use. While its rivals have been catching up, Sonos has launched a whole family of products and got onside with a long list of streaming services, not to mention nailing multi-room usability.
Each room has a different layout. Where the speakers are placed can have a significant impact. Trueplay uses the microphone in your Apple iPhone to measure how the sound is reflected depending on the furniture, walls and other things in a room. The system fine-tunes your speakers, so they sound great no matter where you place them. Their solution brings the whole music experience to another level. It takes around 3 minutes to complete the process. Do your best to minimise noise during the tuning process; don’t do it at night…
With an easy installation process, moreover, intuitive controls, Sonos won’t leave you frustrated. Ultimately, we witnessed kids, teenagers and grandparents alike using Sonos easily. It’s amazing how complicated these products can be, but Sonos remains straightforward, which is an incredible advantage.
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