Reddit Reddit reviews Sonos Connect - Wireless Home Audio Receiver Component for Streaming Music - White

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Sonos Connect - Wireless Home Audio Receiver Component for Streaming Music - White
The simple streaming update to your stereo or receiver. Add connect to stream with your existing stereo then easily expand your Sonos system to more roomsEnjoy music, podcasts, audiobooks, and internet radio with your amplified audio equipment. You can also stream vinyl, CDs, and stored audio files to Sonos speakers in other rooms of your homeThe Sonos app brings all your streaming services together, so you can get to the music you want quicker and control the sound in every roomUse the line in to connect your turntable, or play music straight from a friend's phone on your stereo. Auto-switching 100-240 V, 50-60 hertz AC universal input
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14 Reddit comments about Sonos Connect - Wireless Home Audio Receiver Component for Streaming Music - White:

u/sud0code · 4 pointsr/sonos

In the US, you can get it on Amazon now for $256 in warehouse deals with 20% off.

u/[deleted] · 4 pointsr/cableporn
u/Omariscomingyo · 3 pointsr/audiophile

You could buy this. I'm assuming you are using a regular DAC and not a receiver/home theater pre/pro with streaming capability.

u/ocinn · 2 pointsr/BudgetAudiophile

This is what I mean by a speaker selector. Yes it's expensive, but it is cheaper than getting a 20 channel power amp (non existent) and 10 seperate volume control knobs.

I prefer vintage speakers, but they can be a pain (expensive) to up-keep. New speakers generally have better value and more features.

You can either staple the wire along the bottom of the wall of your room or you can have someone install it in-wall. For wireless, you could get the Sonos speakers. This would probably add up to more than the amp+speaker selector + speakers. But it is wireless and easier to work with.

I would reccomend getting either a Bluetooth receiver or a Sonos connect. The only advantage the Sonos connect has is the Sonos software and a bigger range.

For speakers, dirt cheap, I would reccomend the Micca MB42X. Cheap, reliable and they sound pretty great.

You can also get outdoor speakers for the outdoor areas. So if you have 2 outdoor areas, buy either 1 pair (1 speaker per area, mono) or 2 pairs (2 speakers per area)

If you really want even cheaper the Dayton B652 Air is a good choice.

For amps, the Behringer A500 will give you 500watts of sweet sound. That's 25watts a speaker. Okay.

The Behringer iNuke 1000,3000,6000 will give you 50, 150, 300 watts a speaker. Honestly I would get the iNuke DSP1000.

You need these cables:

x2: comes out of iNuke, wire speaker wire to the connector and then to the switcher.

IIF YOU GET ALL OF THE SAME SPEAKER, YOU CAN SKIP THE SPEAKER SELECTOR WITH VOLUME CONTROL. just get one with switching. The only reason to have volume control is if you are using different speakers.

u/Elorie · 2 pointsr/raisedbyborderlines

I'd like to say 'my FOO, whole and healthy', but the fact is I don't want them anymore. Until they see they have issues, it's too difficult to be around.

But this year I'm truly happy to have my husband whole and safe. The weekend before Christmas last year he almost died in a car accident and spent the holiday in the hospital. My parents lack of support during this made me decide it was time for NC.

But without them, then I can have stuff like this instead.

u/bilged · 2 pointsr/htpc

The sonos connect is what you're looking for. It can play music off a shared drive, internet radio, Pandora, etc, all controllable with your phone over wifi. You can also add additional units in the future and they talk to each other allowing to you play separate or synced zones. Its expensive but worth it IMO.

The cheaper option is almost as good if you're only looking to play your own music collection and internet radio (no Pandora, spotify, etc). That is you get a computer running Logitech squeezebox server and a software player and plug that in to the receiver as a source. Its free other than the computer. Also controllable via android/iOS app. Squeezebox will download metadata, coverart, etc and is a decent alternative to sonos.

u/yllanos · 1 pointr/sonos

I think the only way to go wireless from SONOS system is getting a Connect, a Steelseries Siberia 800 (or similar) and (optionally) this switch It will be expensive, though

u/adamdaviddoyle · 1 pointr/sonos

a ZP90 is the sonos connect right?

Also, my Sony has a single RCA input. Would I just use a Y adapter for the RW RCA output on the Connect to the single RCA input on the Sony?

u/rtechie1 · 1 pointr/TechnologyProTips

There's a better solution, but it's really expensive: Buy 2 SONOS Connect Receivers. That's $700, but it works better than Bluetooth.

If you're willing to use different headphones you can look into the Turtle Beach wireless headsets in my post above.

u/counttheshadows · 1 pointr/gadgets

well, sonos would be rad if you want music through the whole house and outside. it would pull your music through wireless off the computer.

you could just get a receiver that has a second zone, and that would control the outside area if you wanted the ability to play music outside while watching tv inside.

as for the outdoor speakers you can use what you want. most outdoor ones are waterproof. some people prefer the rock ones cause they arent as noticeable, but other ones would better IMHO.

u/sticky_bidon · 1 pointr/hometheater

Dang - so 4 of these $350 boxes?

This wouldn't be an option?

Can you recommend an AV receiver?

u/bryan7675 · 1 pointr/askanelectrician

Basic option

Sonos connect price $349

Niles 2 channel amp Price $342

Niles 4 channel speaker selector Price $260

Total $951. This is a basic setup will have one source to all rooms, which can be controlled via the speaker selector/volume control with impedance matching. So you can have music only in one room, and up to 4 rooms. Each room will have different volume; but the same music.

Impedance matching is important when driving more than 1 pair of speakers from a single amplifier.