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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.
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.
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.
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.
Play music from any device stored on your Android* smartphone or tablet, iPhone, iPad and iPod touch wirelessly to your Sonos system.
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.
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.
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|
*system requirements subject to change
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.
Auto detecting RCA type, 80Hz crossover
Spring binding posts (in North America the CONNECT:AMP has the combined spring binding post / banana jack connectors)
Optimize sound performance using zone-specific bass, treble, balance, and loudness controls.
AC 120/240V, 50-60Hz, auto-switchable
Volume and Mute
Indicate CONNECT:AMP status and Mute status
3.50 x 7.28 x 8.15 in. (89 x 185 x 207 mm)
5.1 lb (2.3 kg)
32°F to 104°F (0°C to 40°C)
Anodized precision-machined extrusion aluminum case
Sonos System Software supports : Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, and Swedish.
As at June 2015 you can not get the new BBC streams on Sonos equipment. They have not been available this year at all. Read morePublished 1 month ago by nevalti
This functions reasonably well for streaming local content. However, streaming of BBC radio stations is currently broken. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Peter Knight
I own a lot of sonos products. 4* play 1s. 2* subs. 2 play bars. I bought the connect amp as I purchased a new set of bowers and Wilkins 685 s2 speakers. Read morePublished 2 months ago by DEAN
super-easy to set up and a great sound through my speakers. love this techPublished 3 months ago by Simon Jones
I've got my Connect Amp wired to a pair of Mission 774 floorstanding speakers and ethernet cabled to my router. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Olly
My old hifi system CD player died so, since all my music is now on my NAS servers and I was forever hooking up a tablet/laptop to the aux input to play stuff - when I couldn't find... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Greyowl