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Sonos CONNECT:AMP - The Wireless Hi-Fi (formerly ZP120)

by Sonos
37 customer reviews
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RRP: £399.99
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  • Turn your wired speakers into a music streaming system
  • Wireless, easy to set up music player
  • Play alone, or link to other Sonos music players in your home
  • Control everything from your smartphone or tablet
  • 2 Year warranty included
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 10 x 10 cm ; 2.3 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 3.1 Kg
  • Item model number: ZP120
  • ASIN: B001G7PLT6
  • Date first available at 16 Sept. 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,562 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description


Turn any speakers into a music streaming Sonos system.

If you want to stream all the music on earth to your favorite pair of speakers, this is the Sonos player for you. Just attach CONNECT:AMP to bookshelf, floor-standing, outdoor, or in-ceiling speakers and blast a world of music to any room. No receiver needed.

CONNECT:AMP - Turn any speakers into a music streaming Sonos system.


With the CONNECT:AMP you can turn any speakers into a Sonos system in minutes. Add as many Sonos players as you want throughout your home. Wirelessly. Play different songs in every room or the same song everywhere, in perfect sync.

Fill Your Home With Music


Powerful Class-D digital amplifier provides 55W per channel for audiophile quality sound.

When adding a subwoofer, CONNECT:AMP automatically adjusts the output to send the low frequencies to the subwoofer and the high frequencies to the speaker.

Adjustable bass and treble controls for optimal sound performance.

Sonos Design


Play Anything

A single app lets you play your entire music library, stream all of your favorite Music Services and tune in to more than 100,000 Internet Radio stations and podcasts.

Any Device

Play music from any device stored on your Android* smartphone or tablet, iPhone, iPad and iPod touch wirelessly to your Sonos system.

Control Every Room

Play the same song in every room, in perfect sync—or play different music in every room—from any source.

*Music services availability varies by region.
*Music downloaded through Google Play must still be synced to your computer.

Easy To Control


What you need: meet the BRIDGE

One Sonos component must be connected to your router using a standard Ethernet cable.

The Sonos BRIDGE is perfect for setting up Sonos when your router isn't in a room where you want music.

1. Connect the BRIDGE to your router.*

2. Attach the CONNECT:AMP to speakers and place in any room to connect wirelessly.

3. Choose a controller and download the free Sonos App.


*You can also connect the CONNECT:AMP directly to your router if it's in the same room where you want music or your house is wired for the Internet.


Whether you're adding on or starting from scratch, Sonos has a speaker for everyone and every room.

Music Where You Want It

Learn More:

Sonos CONNECT & CONNECT:AMP Comparison Chart

CONNECT for home theater or stereo
CONNECT:AMP for your favorite speakers
Connects to any amplified audio device - home theater, stereo, powered speakers Connects to any speakers - bookshelf, floor-standing, outdoor, or in-ceiling
Digital and analog outputs for superior sound Built-in Class-D amplifier with 55W per channel
Control the volume using your Sonos Controller App or audio equipment Automatically senses when used with a subwoofer adjusts the output

What you need:

  • Speakers
  • Broadband internet connection
  • One Sonos component wired to router
  • To setup the system and control music streaming services download the Sonos Controller App to one of the following platforms*:
      Windows XP SP3
      Macintosh OSX (10.6 or higher)
      iOS 4.0 or later.
      Android 2.1 or later

*system requirements subject to change

Detailed Specifications

Audio Specifications
Line-in connections

Auto-detecting analog (RCA)


Class-D. Rated output 110W RMS (2x55W continuous average power into 8 ohms, THD+N<0.02%) with both channels driven, 22Hz-20KHZ-AES17 measurement bandwidth.

Subwoofer Out

Auto detecting RCA type, 80Hz crossover

Speaker Connections

Spring binding posts (in North America the CONNECT:AMP has the combined spring binding post / banana jack connectors)

Adjustable Tone And Volume Controls

Optimize sound performance using zone-specific bass, treble, balance, and loudness controls.

General Specifications
Power Supply

AC 120/240V, 50-60Hz, auto-switchable

Front-Panel Buttons

Volume and Mute

Front-Panel Lights

Indicate CONNECT:AMP status and Mute status

Dimensions (H x W x D)

3.50 x 7.28 x 8.15 in. (89 x 185 x 207 mm)


5.1 lb (2.3 kg)

Operating Temperature

32°F to 104°F (0°C to 40°C)

Product Finish

Anodized precision-machined extrusion aluminum case

Multi-Language Support

Sonos System Software supports : Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, and Swedish.

Box Contains

  • 1 ZonePlayer 120
  • Set-up guide
  • CD-Rom
  • Flat, flexible Ethernet cable
  • Power Cord

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    Customer Reviews

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    27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Paul Swinfield on 9 Nov. 2010
    As a background, I have some neglected record decks and little else. I looked around for a system where I could listen to the the Radio, listen to my encoded music /digital media and play my records. So I bought the Sonos 120 and some Monitor Audio BX2's. I plugged it all together, turned on my laptop and 3 minutes later was playing my records via the selectable line in. Sonos detected my laptop, I allowed it to search it and bingo, all my music stored on there was indexed for playback. I logged in via the Sonos Controller software - its really easy to do, and bought Spotify Premium the sound quality (320kbs) is cracking. I now use my iPhone, using the Sonos App, to control everything including setting the Alarm function so I wake up to my favorite Radio station. Its cracking it really is. Im glad I got the 120 and separate speakers, it sounds so much better than the small all in one system and the BX2's are a perfect match.
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    18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Mr Andrew C Cushing on 13 Jan. 2012
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    I bought the ZP120 to add to my current system of 5 sonos units and a NAS hard drive. I've had sonos in my house for about 5 years now and I'm just bursting with love for it. It always works all the time (well maybe one or two calls to sonos helpdesk when I've had issues, but they're great as well - anyone who has a cynical view of telephone / web helpdesks should get in touch with the sonos one to restore their faith in humanity / electronic goods.)

    I realise I probably sound like one of those wierdos who queues up outside the apple store for 2 days, but I'm not. I have many products I just live with or even hate, and I am generally very cynical about brand loyalty.

    Sonos is great. Very robust and stupidity tolerant (dont try shorting out the speaker terminals, but I have "a friend" who did and when "he " turned it off and back on again it was fine). Dropped the controller in the sink full of water - got away with that as well!

    Sound quality is great ( depends on quality of muisic and speakers obviously) but Sonos isn't the weak link.
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Charles on 29 April 2014
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    I purchased this with a combination of Kef R100 speakers, and I must say I am very pleased with the quality of the sound. The Sonos system is very practical, works well, though I used it wired, haven't tried it wireless. I set it up with music stored on a NAS, spotify and it also comes with access to all sort of radio stations. I also put a couple of Sonos Play speakers in other rooms, which is practical when roaming between rooms but the sound quality is nowhere near the sound from the Kef. So highly recommend the Connect:Amp. The only regret I have is that it doesn't allow you to play music straight from a PC, you have to either share that music as a NAS, or connect the PC to the Connect:Amp with a jack cable, which is what I ended up doing and is working well.

    [update] after a year the device started showing two problems: it would stall during the playback of an mp3 (1h podcasts), and the connectivity between this device and other sonos becomes unstable. The devices ungroup regularly or fail to find each others. This is on a wired network with cables that I checked, so I believe it is a software issue. But a rather annoying one.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ianm on 3 April 2013
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    it's solid and very well made.
    the speaker connections hold the bare wire firmly in place with spring loaded clips.
    it's also very quiet, the solid aluminium casing deals with heat dissipation, thus cutting out the need for a noisy fan.
    once setup, you don't need it to be in sight. just in a ventilated space (I have mine out of sight on top of a kitchen cabinet).
    only the speakers need to be visible (better if ceiling mounted, or high up pointing down).

    it's very simple to set up, and add to your current system. within the controller software you can add another device, then when prompted (you have 2minutes to do it) push the volume up and mute button together for a second, then it connects up using your existing home wifi.
    if you don't have wifi, you can plug in network cables, but that just defeats the object of a wireless speaker system in the house.
    the 50w per channel is more than enough for a modest pair of speakers. even at half volume my 40w speakers can deafen in a room 5x5m and 2.5m high.

    I was expecting it to be a bit smaller - - must've mixed up the dimensions with the CONNECT or BRIDGE.
    still, no matter.
    despite the pictures (even on the manufacturers site), it's almost as big as the PLAY:3 speakers, just so you are aware.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 18 Dec. 2013
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    This is the original Sonos product and is truly a ground breaking product.
    What makes Sonos revolutionary is the complete focus on internet audio that includes at least three areas of excellence; delivering high quality audio; sourcing network based music; seamless control
    Firstly Sonos is an audio product and spends a significant amount of time on sound quality of their product. While not being an expert on this I'll highlight one example that shows the levels of dedication they instil into their product. When you have two Sonos boxes around the house, they measure 'ping' response times between them and then factor in a delay in sound being produced at the master Sonos box so that the audio output at the two Sonos boxes is synchronised down to the millisecond level. Similar levels of attention to detail abound in the product and make it an excellent audio device.
    The real excellence of the product though comes in how it sources neworked audio. Whether this is from a local computer, or NAS, internet radio, or internet music service such as Spotify, Rhapsody or many others. You have access to more music than you ever have had below at the touch of a button. I'd strongly recommend people try out a free trial Spotify or similar service to see what the experience is like.
    The last revolutionary aspect though is the level of control you can have over the Sonos box. Control apps available on any tablet device allow you to control audio around the house at the touch of a button. Prior to the arrival of Sonos people would spend serious money getting control systems installed all of which are made redundant by app level control.
    Absolutely fantastic product if you can afford it.
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