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Sonos PLAY:1 Compact Wireless Smart Speaker for Streaming Music (Black)

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SONOS PLAY:1 Compact Smart Speaker for Streaming Music (Black)

Customer Reviews

I really like it

70 people found this helpful.
 on December 16, 2016
By Z
I must’ve read about 250 reviews on the Sonos products to include the Play 1s and the Playbar/sub/5.1 system. I know all of the criticism about the lack of an HDMI input and the lack of DTS support and I absolutely agree with those criticisms. There isn’t any reason not to support the best formats on the market. That being said, I bought the Sonos Playbar, Sub and two Play 1s after going through three Sony playbar/sub combos and the Yamaha 203. Understand, I downgraded from a 7.1 system anchored by an Onkyo AV receiver, two Bose floor speakers and a set of Energy 5s + subwoofer. I simply got sick of the wires and wanted a clean look and decided to go with a playbar. After trying the four other systems and not being really impressed with the sound of any of them, I decided to roll the dice on the Sonos with the desire being 1) good sound and 2) wireless as much as possible. I wasn’t concerned in the least with all of the hoopla about connectivity with streaming services etc…

Put my sound system back in the game

 on October 9, 2017
By Professoriat
As music migrated to digital and I migrated into multi-room living quarters, my overall sound scenario had degraded badly. Sonos to the rescue! Incredibly easy to set up (takes just minutes from my iPhone or iPad) and easy to use (adjust sound room by room at a touch), expandable, fabulous fidelity … couldn’t be better. I’m back to loving music! Perhaps my only complaint is that the system is capable of playing so loudly, that it’s more difficult than I’d like it to be to make small volume adjustments at the lower end of the scale.

We love our Sonos Speakers

 on August 2, 2017
By Brandon
We love our Sonos Speakers. This makes the third one that we have in the house. I love how they can be group together, or play individually. It streams music from most of the major providers and it seems like more are added regularly. These speakers are top notch and give Bose a run for their money. They are cheaper than Bose but pricer than other brands, however the sound quality is not lacking. They sound great. My one and only complaint about it is I wish there was Airplay compatibility just to simplify the process of playing music stored on my phone. We do subscribe to Apple Music so we can play music to the Sonos system through the Apple Music connection. Airplay would make it that much easier! But don’t let that discourage you from buying one of these. These are fantastic especially given the small size.

Great little speaker; even greater as a stereo pair.

2 people found this helpful.
 on December 30, 2014
By Alan-NYC
I have owned many speakers in my day from Pioneer to Alison to Polk and and many others. I decided to order the Sonos Play:1 simply not to have to turn on my receiver which is located inconveniently away from the area where I wanted to listen to music, the radio, etc.(although I have speakers connected to the receiver in that location). The area where the speaker was to be located is in a modestly sized dining room. Setting it up using my iPhone with the Sonos app was a breeze. I was almost immediately able to play anything from my iPhone, where most of my music is stored these days, my favorite radio stations and my Sirius XM account stations.

Sonos far Sonos Good

One person found this helpful.
 on June 28, 2016
By K. Biegler
So far so good … the only thing I would suggest to people complaining about connection and set up issues is this … I bought a refurbished open box Amazon inspected version, it looks unused and brand new. I was frustrated when set up wouldn’t recognize my network. Went to the Sonos site reviewed troubleshooting and then searched and found instructions to do a factory reset then reloaded the app on my Ipad and set up was quick an effortless. The Trueplay feature was something I was skeptical about but wow does it deliver. Using this in a room with vaulted ceilings set up on the top of the wall dividing the kitchen, living room and dining area and it’s a floor filler. TuneIn and RadioPup loaded with local, regional and some old fave radio stations from across country. Well still have our music room with our 250 watt floor speakers etc but this is really a great alternative for casual listening and nice to have an option to expand it in the future.

I love Sonos

One person found this helpful.
 on July 5, 2016
By Juan Lopez
It’s coming in today but I already have 7 Sonos speakers. This will be my second to last one. Once I finish a bar in my basement I will add the final Sonos speaker.

Great whole house speakers

One person found this helpful.
 on May 31, 2017
By Troy
I can’t wait for the promised Alexa integration with Sonos and for Sonos to get Audible working again. Right now we use a pair of Play 1s in my wife’s sewing Room, a single Play 1 in our bedroom, and living room, and a Play 3 in our family room. They all sound great with our music collection, Spotify, or Pandora.

Very easy set up from iPad or iPhone

One person found this helpful.
 on March 19, 2017
By Meesh
Got two. On in living room and one in bedroom. Can play radio stations at same time in both rooms or can play different stations in each room. Haven’t tried enhancing sound in one room with two speakers, but looking forward to it. Very easy set up from iPad or iPhone. Great to enjoy streaming radio stations from internet or through TuneIn on the Sonos app, or other music apps like pandora, Sirius or iheart radio. Working on diving out how to listen to podcasts. Fun, fun, fun.

Great speakers!

 on January 13, 2017
By Family Man
Sonos was recommended by an audiophile buddy of mine and I was looking to upgrade from my current bluetooth speaker with a dedicated (ie: not portable but better sounding) system…enter Sonos.

House full of music!

 on August 12, 2017
By AzGal
I bought a PLAY:1 because I was looking for a suitable wireless speaker. I was so impressed with the first unit that I now have Sonos in every room of the house! The investment was worth it, the music sound throughout the house is amazing: extremely dynamic with plenty of bass response and excellent mid and high range. The PLAY:1 is the perfect size for a bedroom or small space and provides a very deep and full sound. For larger spaces the PLAY:3 or PLAY:5 are the better choice depending on the size of the room.

 

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