Sonos Introduces New SONOS PLAY:1 Wireless Speaker for $199

Sonos Introduces New SONOS PLAY:1 Wireless Speaker for $199

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Sono today introduced the SONOS PLAY:1, a compact and powerful wireless speaker that streams all your favorite music to any room in the home, in high fidelity sound.

PLAY:1 is a smart speaker that features hardware and software designed by Sonos to ensure the best possible performance for the size. A custom-designed mid-woofer and tweeter deliver deep, rich and surprisingly big sound. With a powerful low-end and crisp mids and highs, new smart processing technology pushes Sonos' drivers further than ever before, minimizing distortion even at full volume. Plus, PLAY:1 projects a wide field of sound, delivering a great listening experience no matter where you are sitting in the room. And since the Sonos wireless network is devoted to streaming music in HiFi sound, you'll enjoy smooth music wirelessly without dropouts anywhere in your home.

PLAY:1 is built to last with premium materials and rock-solid construction. A sealed architecture creates resistance to the most humid conditions in the home, even steam from a running shower.

Stream all your favorite music
PLAY:1 lets you stream all the music on earth and access it all using a single, easy to use app. Play millions of songs and playlists from the most popular music services like Pandora, Spotify, Hype Machine and Rdio; listen to your personal music library, whether it's stored on your computer, in the cloud, on your smartphone or on your tablet; or tune in to more than 100,000 free Internet radio stations, podcasts, and shows from around the world.

Smaller package; same Sonos Wireless HiFi
PLAY:1 comes with all the unique benefits that can only be found in a Sonos Wireless HiFi System including SONOS PLAY:3, SONOS PLAY:5, SONOS PLAYBAR and more:

● Control your favorite music sources and listening experience with the free, intuitive Sonos Controller apps for iPad iPhone, Android, Mac and PC.
● Add more PLAY:1s or combine with other Sonos wireless speakers or components around the home for the ultimate, multi-room HiFi system.
● Pair two PLAY:1 units for amazing stereo sound, or use two PLAY:1s as rear speakers with PLAYBAR and a SONOS SUB to create 5.1 home theater sound for your TV.

The minimalist design of PLAY:1 features a new button on top of the cabinet that allows you to play and pause your music with a single push of a button. You can also press the same button twice quickly to easily skip to the next track, a feature that has been requested frequently from the Sonos community. And because all Sonos products are designed to get better over time, customers with existing Sonos players can take advantage of the new play/pause functionality with the latest software update, available today.

Pricing and Availability:
Available today in the US from select partners and on, PLAY:1 retails for $199. And, for a limited time this holiday season, purchases come with a free BRIDGE valued at $49.

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Mad manc - October 15, 2013 at 1:41pm
I recently converted my tv sound system too sonos with the sound bar and bass unit, I was so impressed I then purchased the play 5 looks like I'm going to be adding these as well for a full surround experience. And you can either sync all your speakers in all room to play either the same music or different in every room , works a dream on my iPad and iPhone :) one very satisfied SONOS customer !!
Jacon - October 15, 2013 at 2:56pm
But will it be a true e perience w/ Apple TV?
odedo1 - October 15, 2013 at 7:15am
awesome speakers!!!
69 - October 14, 2013 at 8:28pm
kinda sucks
Jedediah Johnson - October 14, 2013 at 8:56pm
How can you judge a product by just watching a video or seeing it in a picture? How do you know it sucks? Huh?
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