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SONOS PLAY:1 Smart Wireless Speaker, White
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- Mini: Fits in any space, fills any room
- Rich sound despite its size. Humidity resistant
- Also works as a Sonos home cinema rear speaker
- Connect your Play:1 to any Amazon Echo or Alexa-enabled device, then just ask for the music you love
- Trueplay tuning: For the best sound possible, wherever you place your speaker
- Wall mountable with compatible third party accessories, WiFi Connects to your home WiFi network with any 802.11b/g, 2.4 GHz broadcast-capable router for uninterrupted wireless streaming
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|Item Dimensions||6.36 x 4.71 x 4.71 cm||12 x 12 x 16.2 cm||11.97 x 11.97 x 16.15 cm||50 x 31 x 29 cm||11.97 x 11.97 x 16.15 cm||8.19 x 8.19 x 15.2 cm|
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|Special Feature||Wireless||—||Tweeter||Wireless||Tweeter||Hands Free Functionality; Bluetooth Pairing|
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Colour Name: White | Style Name: PLAY:1 Speaker | Configuration: Without Accessories
Stream music wirelessly throughout your home with the Sonos PLAY:1 - the smallest of the Sonos range. The PLAY:1 delivers powerful audio that can fit anywhere. Featuring a pair of class-D digital amplifiers, one to power the tweeter and one to power the 3.5" woofer, the PLAY:1 delivers a highly accurate audio reproduction. Rich with deep bass and crystal clear highs, the stylish PLAY:1 may be diminutive but don't let its compact size fool you, it delivers a surprisingly full, detailed and hugely enjoyable sound wherever you choose to locate it.
1 SONOS PLAY:1 in White
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I was initially a bit disappointed with the software. I expected it to function like any regular bluetooth speaker, where all sound would be piped wirelessly to the device. Instead, playing music meant going through the dedicated Sonos app, where a list of pre-approved apps and integrations were awaiting my choice. This meant I couldn't just, say, hit 'play' on a Youtube video and get the sound to come out. It doesn't work like that. Sound is synchronised (perfectly, I might add) through Sonos servers, using a clever orchestration of local software, firmware built into the speaker, and the Sonos service itself. It's really very clever, but the downside is that sound that has no discernible 'source' URI cannot be controlled remotely so you're limited to just the apps it supports.
In practice, this isn't a problem. Since purchasing the device, the Sonos app has grown leaps and bounds. I've been a frequent member of the Sonos Beta Program, and was able to try the 'deeper' Spotify integration early on (initially, one had to use the Sonos app to play Spotify tracks, which was quite a fiddly process and didn't use the native UI.) Nowadays, everyone gets it as standard, and within Spotify you can simply select Sonos as the source speaker and stay within the Spotify app, either on mobile or through a laptop/desktop device. This is my primary use of the Sonos, although there are plenty of other apps (and now, Alexa too) that you'll almost certainly find that what you want to use them for, is supported.
Where this device really shines, is when paired with a second speaker in a stereo or multi-room setup. I spent the first month listening to music in mono, which, albeit a rich and satisfying sound, lacked depth/direction. When I sprung for a second Sonos to act as a sibling to the first, the experience was stepped up to a whole other level. The sound is so crisp and clear, and not at all distorted even at maximum levels. It's just pure, beautiful noise - the kind that could keep me in a permanent feud with neighbours if I'm not careful!
Pairing with other speakers is trivial, and you can elect to join an existing 'room' or speaker group, or to pair as a stereo combo with another device. I've done both. When in stereo mode, the music is PERFECTLY in sync. There's some seriously impressive tech at play to handle the complexity of data flying back and forth between devices (all of which are individually connected to your router wirelessly, and receive their own data packets of music), and sound in step. This is irrespective of where placed versus your router; Sonos take care of the nitty-gritty details like handling packet losses, different connection speeds, etc. Very clever stuff.
Or, you can elect to have the speaker act as its own group, which then makes it easy to choose, say, to push music through to your kitchen or bedroom from the same app.
Very happy with the quality all-round -- the sound, the build, the reliability, there's just no faulting anything. I also find these very stylish in almost any setting (I opted for the white, which looks nice even surrounded by the all-black periphery of devices in vicinity of my speakers.) and plan on adding to my Sonos collection during the next sale, to push sound to even more rooms. Best speakers I've ever owned.
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I bought two PLAY 1's and when paired together in stereo mode you more or less have the sound quality equivalent to that of a good mid-range amplifier and speaker setup. I’ve been using my speakers for four months and unlike with Bluetooth, I’ve not had a single dropout. Music is seamlessly streamed over my Wi-Fi and it sounds fabulously clear.
They’re heavy and very well built and they ooze quality and understated style, with some basic control buttons on top of each speaker. There is no 3.5mm input and it does not have Bluetooth functionality. Setup is straightforward and it’s all done via the recently overhauled app.
There are lots of music services available to add. Amazon Music, Google Play Music, Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer, Tidal, TuneIn Radio and loads more that I've never heard of. The ones I use integrate perfectly.
The app is easy and intuitive to use and when installed on a device it acts like a remote control. It allows you to add 'Favourites' (playlists, songs, radio stations, artists, etc), control room settings if you have multiple Sonos speakers, adjust the EQ, Add or Remove services, set alarms and all sorts of other things that you can tailor to your exact personal preference. Both the Apple and Android apps occasionally lag. I can also control my speakers from my Windows 10 PC.
Finding and playing back music is a breeze. If I search for an Artist, Album, Track, etc it shows results from the various providers I’ve added (Google Play Music, Amazon Music and Spotify) as well as from my Network Attached Storage (when it’s switched on) and the particular device I’m using. I can then add tracks from all of those sources into a playlist if I want and the speakers play it back seamlessly.
Sonos are going to face competition from Apple and Google with their forthcoming Wi-Fi speakers but in the meantime, I highly recommend the Sonos PLAY 1 speakers.
Update 18/10/17: Amazon Alexa - It is now possible to connect Sonos speakers wirelessly to an Amazon Echo or Echo Dot.
I bought this to replace my parents old stereo after being impressed at how good the sound quality is. Sadly there are now a number of companies selling audio kit that, frankly is massively overrated and overpriced(beats and bose come to mind) However this doesn't follow suit.
The sound quality is good and especially for a speaker this size is very powerful without distorting as you turn the volume up. The bass is also surprisingly powerful but well balanced so it's never got that muddyness to it.
The SONOS mobile app is pretty good for listening to radio stations and you can use it to pick up most stations, Radio 2 and 4 in my parents case. There is an option to load Spotify via this app also but I am unsure why as it's pretty clunky compared to just opening Spotify itself.
Either way it's easy to use, and whilst my parents were initially dubious of the SONOS vs their old stereo they are now happily using it daily
For a lot of people I think this could quite happily replace an existing stereo setup and it's considerably smaller, to the point where you could unplug it and move it from room to room, or as I'm sure SONOS would prefer buy multiple speakers for each room. Although to be fair they have made it intuitive to setup multiple speakers.
The only real downside to wireless speakers like this is they are likely to be pretty useless if you live somewhere with an unreliable internet connection. If you are the sort of person that prefers the fidelity of CDs and Vinyl over MP3s and streaming services I doubt you are reading this review anyway :)