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Thursday January 20, 2005 6:22 pm
Sonos Digital Music System
Their tagline says it all,“All your music. All over your house. All from the palm of your hand.” Starting with the basics, the Sonos unit is a wifi distribution system plus more. The zone players are also amplifiers, with speaker and line outs on the back of the unit. Bring it with you where you want it. On the back of the unit is a 4 port ethernet switch, but have no fear, it’s also wifi-enabled so the rj45’s aren’t mandatory. It will connect to up to 16 computers to be sure it has all your music. They also speak to other units wirelessly. You can listen to a song in multiple rooms with no echo or delay, or you can listen to multiple songs in multiple rooms. It will also stream internet radio station and allow for a line in connection from another audio device. 50watts per channel and it weighs 10lbs. It’s made of alluminum to keep it light and mobile. Add the Sonos desktop software and it links all your music together in the hot looking hand held controller. With an iPod styled control section and a 3.5” backlit LCD so you can browse your collection by Artist, Album, Genre, Track Name, Composer, or Playlist. You can build and edit playlists and setup multiple playlists for each zone. The Li-ION polymer battery will last for a week and only takes two hours to charge. As for the price, you can grab the Introductory Bundle which includes two zone player and the controller for a cool $1200 USD.
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