Sonos is the first wireless, multi-room digital music system that lets you play
digital music all over your house—and control it all from the palm of your hand.
With a wireless Sonos® Controller in hand, you'll have plug-and-play
access to millions of songs—from music services, Internet radio,
your personal digital music collection, or all of the above.
And, with Sonos® ZonePlayers in the rooms of your choice,
you can play the same song in different rooms, or different songs in different rooms.
To start listening, just grab the full-color
Controller and simply pick a room, pick a song and hit play.
The key to designing a music system that plays music all over the house
is having a wireless network that works all over the house.
That's why Sonos created a wireless mesh network called SonosNet
to deliver the range and performance required of a multi-room music system.
When you need to stream music wirelessly, the network you use really matters.
When a network is overloaded or stretched to its limits, you hear echoes and delays from room to room,
and your Internet speed can be sluggish. Not so with Sonos.
Sonos chose a mesh network because a traditional network with a central hub
relaying all the traffic didn't provide the house-wide coverage we wanted.
What's more, access point networks were plagued by performance issues. SonosNet changes all that —
providing the extensive range and superior performance you need to enjoy music in every room
without requiring a massive wiring remodel.
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