What Are the Benefits of a Sonos Wireless Sound System?
Transform the Soundscape of Your New York City Property
Everyone loves to listen to their favorite music. And when you get to stream it on a high-quality, wireless sound system like Sonos, it’s even better. But integrating a Sonos system is about more than just placing a Play:1 on your bookshelf and calling it a day; your home deserves better than that. In this blog, we’ll explore some other benefits of integrating one of the world’s leading wireless audio company’s product into your spaces. Read on to learn more.
The Sonos App
One of the best things about Sonos is how easy it is to use. If you’re looking for a simple way to organize and access your favorite music, you can do it with the Sonos app. Stream from any of the premium, lossless services like Spotify or Tidal to listen to thousands of high-quality audio tracks, or access your own vast library of content stored on an at-home server. The app makes it easy while also providing you with the details of the song, artist, album and more.
Plus, the app integrates with larger smart home systems. That way, you can use the same device and app that you use for your light, shading, security system and more to command your Sonos speakers. Stream music and affect other areas of your smart home simultaneously with a single touch on your smartphone or tablet.
Sonos offers unique ways to enjoy your system. One is complete zonal control directly from your app. Want to stream one playlist in the living room while a different one plays in the kitchen? Sonos makes it possible. You can quickly select different playlists directly from the app.
And if you’re worried about the kinds of sound quality you’re receiving, Sonos has you covered. Their TruPlay technology helps calibrate the speakers for any listening space. It doesn’t matter if you have a dedicated listening room or you’ve just set up a speaker in the bathroom – you can count on optimal performance in any area.
Sonos is for much more that streaming music: you can use their products for a variety of purposes, including in your home theater. The Play:5 is designed with this kind of variety in mind, and when you combine it with the Playbar or Playbase you have a worthy surround sound system without the hassle of heavy installation.
However, if you’re interested in upgrading your wireless system to a hardwired one, you can still maintain many of the benefits of Sonos. With the Sonos Connect, you can enjoy the high-quality of control that Sonos offers while also experiencing the reliability of a hardwired system. You don’t even have to use Sonos speakers.
Ready to hear some awesome wireless audio in your New York City home? Contact House Systems today!