Written by: David Swan | Published in: EntertainmentWireless home music company Sonos has listened to customers and added the oft-demanded iDevice streaming to its repetoire.
Written by: Stephen Withers | Published in: EntertainmentThe range of music streaming services available on the Sonos range 0f wireless audio gear has expanded again with the addition of JB Hi-FI's Now.
Over the years, Sonos has built a reputation for producing high-quality stereo components that can magically connect to your own personal music library, as well as a large number of streaming services online.
Sonos has today announced yet another way for you to listen to the music you love, wirelessly of course, in your home. SoundCloud, the social sharing platform for audio, has joined Sonos as a music partner and goes live today as a beta for Sonos users.
Audiophiles who use the Sonos Controller app and a tablet received some good news today when Sonos added support for all 7-inch and 10-inch tablet devices. Previously, the app would only work on a limited selection of tablets.
Cracking the riddle of whole home audio has been a sort of quixotic quest for most manufacturers. The only company to really pull it off, Sonos, is still well ensconced in the niche of audio obsessives and Samsung, Apple, Sony et al haven’t offered much in the way of anything.
I was thinking about picking up a few for my place soon (how many and what sizes I've still be pondering), but I did notice others are getting into the higher end wireless speaker game (Bowers and Wilkins, for instance).
So I guess I was curious to hear how people think Sonos stacks up, and if there's even possibly anything better out there? Or if Sonos is still pretty solid?