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  Sonos Connect Zone Player (formerly ZP90)
 
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Streaming music system for home theater or stereo

115 people say
Our Price: CAD $399.99

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Product Code: 616ZP90


Overview Details Accessories
 

Enjoy music from your computer and the Internet on any audio system

Play music from your PC and the Internet with the Sonos® CONNECT. This tiny player works with almost any existing audio system — hook it up to a receiver or powered speaker system in any room of your home. The CONNECT uses your existing Wi-Fi® network to connect to the Internet. Or, you can connect it to your network router, and Sonos will create its own dedicated wireless network for even better performance. If your router is in another room, pick up the optional Sonos BOOST to make this connection. Either way, you'll be ready to start enjoying music within minutes.

Small player fits almost anywhere

The CONNECT's footprint is remarkably compact — less than 5-1/2" square. Analog and digital audio outputs make it compatible with just about any audio/video receiver or shelf system.


Sonos controllers

You probably already own a Sonos controller

You can use an iPhone®, iPod touch®, iPad®, or Android™ phone to control any and all Sonos players. A free download turns your smartphone and tablet into a full-fledged Sonos controller. Easily navigate and search through playlists and tracks stored on your computer, or select an Internet radio station. Create customized playlists on the fly for individual rooms or for playback over your entire Sonos system. You can also mute or adjust the volume of each of your players.


Rhapsody®, Pandora® Internet radio, SiriusXM, and more at your fingertips

The Sonos system works seamlessly with a host of Internet-based digital music services, including Rhapsody, Pandora, Spotify, Napster®, and SiriusXM Internet Radio. Rhapsody offers instant access to millions of songs and ad-free radio stations through your Sonos Controller. Sirius Internet Radio gives you access to over 80 channels of programming. Every Sonos system includes free 30-day trials of these two services, so you can start listening the moment you take it out of the box. Pandora creates customized Internet radio streams just for you — all you have to do is enter the name of your favourite song or artist. And because Sonos connects directly to the Internet for all of these music services, you don't even have to turn on your PC.

Play music stored on your iPhone®, iPad®, or iPod touch®

Sonos now gives you convenient wireless access to music and podcasts stored in the Music app of iOS devices, for playback throughout your entire Sonos system. This function works on devices running iOS6 or later (see below for full list of compatible Apple devices). The system even lets you connect multiple Apple players at once. For instance, you can queue up songs from your iPhone to play in the kitchen while you cook, and your spouse can stream a podcast in the den at the same time.


Expand your Sonos system

Sonos BOOST

Improve your system's wireless range and performance

Sonos Play:1

Wireless streaming music speaker

Sonos PLAY:3

Wireless streaming music speaker

Sonos PLAY:5

Wireless streaming music speaker

Sonos CONNECT

Streaming music system for home theatre or stereo

Sonos PLAYBAR

Wireless streaming sound bar

Sonos SUB

Wireless subwoofer

Sonos CONNECT:AMP

Streaming music system for home speakers


 
Highlights:
   » communicates with other Sonos players via Wi-Fi or a dedicated Sonosnet™ 2.0 wireless network
   » control your Sonos system with your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Android device, or computer — free download available
   » plays MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, and Ogg Vorbis files (firmware is upgradable to support future audio formats)
     • compatible with protected WMA files from Napster, Urge, AOL, and many other music download sites
     • not compatible with protected AAC files from iTunes
   » play music and podcasts stored in the Music app of an iPhone (3GS or later), iPad (iPad 2 or later), and iPod touch (4th generation or later)
   » plays MP3 and WMA streaming Internet radio stations
   » plays songs from Rhapsody® digital music service — subscription required after free 30-day trial
   » plays songs from SIRIUSXM Internet Radio — subscription required after free 30-day trial
   » plays personalized Internet radio stations from Pandora®
   » multi-zone synchronous playback (same music plays in multiple zones simultaneously) or multi-stream playback (each plays individually selected music)
   » allows connection of an audio component such as a CD player, FM tuner, or a portable music player (music from such sources can be played back on any player in your system)
   » front-panel controls for volume and muting
   » bass, treble, balance, and volume controls accessible via remote
   » 2-port Ethernet switch
   » coaxial and optical digital audio outputs
   » analog stereo output
   » analog stereo input
   » 5-7/16"W x 2-15/16"H x 5-1/2"D
   » warranty: 1 year
   » requires high-speed Internet connection

Sonos CONNECT Reviews

115 people say

 
Excellent Product February-24-15
Reviewer: RobertC from Michigan  
I have been more than pleased with the Sonos Connect.  My intended use of the Sonos Connect was to stream music to a heritage high end (McIntosh) stereo system.  My first concern was sound quality for streaming music, and my second was the flexibility of using my laptop and Iphone as remotes.  My expectations were exceeded in terms of the quality of the sound.  It is extremely lifelike, and a huge improvement over simply having a direct connection from the laptop or phone to the pre amp.  I am using the new Tidal streaming service primarily and it seems to be a perfect match with the Sonos quality, since it streams at a much higher rate than ordinary music services.  At least as good as CD quality to my ears.  I should add that I had some concern as to whether the built in DAC in the Sonos was of sufficient quality.  My initial impression is a resounding yes.  The sound on my system is very crisp and lifelike and does not display any murkiness as noted in another review.  Finally I should add that I do not use the Sonos speakers in different rooms, but rather use my heritage system in my main listening room and a Soundcast Outcast speaker as the remote portable speaker, which is fed through a line out in the Macintosh pre amp to its I Cast wireless transmitter.


 
SONOS Connect February-24-15
Reviewer: Gene S. from Wisconsin  
I LOVE SONOS! We started with a Play 5 and have added several other units. Now I'm using the Connect to tie in to some built-in speakers. The only downside is I keep spending more and more $$$ because I want more SONOS.


 
Awsome! February-22-15
Reviewer: Mark from Virginia  
Best music streaming device ever. Must have. Also pay for a subscription to Spotify with the Sonos.


 
February-20-15
Reviewer: Anonymous person from Ruckersville, VA  
This small device is perfect for your odd shaped room.  Allowed us to connect the Play 1's and Sound Bar for a wireless system.  Looks and sounds great


 
great product February-15-15
Reviewer: Jon from California  
This product was perfect for my needs.  In fact, I liked the first so much, I bought another so that I could separately control certain zones in my house.  I have an eight zone amp with wired connections to speakers in various zones in my house.  

I have a very long house, so I need a wireless router and wireless access point to provide full coverage.  I had some issues controlling the Sonos Connect from the access point -- the Connect would periodically just "disappear" from the network.  Sonos tech support was very patient (escalated to the highest level tech), but ultimately was unable to solve my issue.  

Subsequently, after swapping the location of my router and access point, the system is now stable.  Now the Connect joins the network via the access point and the dhcp router is at the far end of the house.  I think this works because the Connect must now continually renew its IP lease via the access point to the router.  In my prior configuration, I think the Connect got "lazy," since it was connected directly to the dhcp router, at which point the access point could no longer find it ... as I told Sonos tech support, that's just my theory, but it works.


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Sonos CONNECT CAD $399.99