Sonos Play:1 – Compact Wireless Home Smart Speaker for Streaming Music. Works with Alexa. (Black)

November 22, 2018 - Comment

Voice ControlYes Alexa built in Voice ControlWhen connected to Alexa device Voice ControlWhen connected to Alexa device Drivers2 Drivers2 Drivers6 Line-inNo Line-inNo Line-inYes Multiple orientationsNo Multiple orientationsNo Multiple orientationsYes Wall mountableYes Wall mountableYes Wall mountableYes Product Features Mini but Mighty. Fits in any space. Operating systems for stored files windows xp sp3 and higher, macintosh

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(as of July 23, 2019 3:47 am EDT - Details)

Voice Control
Yes Alexa built in

Voice Control
When connected to Alexa device

Voice Control
When connected to Alexa device

Drivers
2

Drivers
2

Drivers
6

Line-in
No

Line-in
No

Line-in
Yes

Multiple orientations
No

Multiple orientations
No

Multiple orientations
Yes

Wall mountable
Yes

Wall mountable
Yes

Wall mountable
Yes

Product Features

  • Mini but Mighty. Fits in any space. Operating systems for stored files windows xp sp3 and higher, macintosh os x 10.6 or later and nas devices supporting cifs
  • Connect your Play:1 to any Amazon Echo or Alexa-enabled devic. Wireless connectivity connects to home wifi network with any 802.11 b/g/n, 3×3 mimo dual-band 2.4 ghz 5 ghz router
  • Play different songs in different rooms at the same time. Or, pump one song in perfect sync, throughout your home.
  • Set-up in five minutes using your home Wi-Fi. Easily expand your home audio system over time by adding wireless speakers to additional rooms whenever you’re ready.
  • Wirelessly Stream all your favorite music services like Amazon Music, Pandora, Apple Music, and Spotify.
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Comments

Anonymous says:

No longer the great option it used to be. The sound quality is great, but I can no longer recommend the system based on the software that is required to control the speakers. The latest versions of the software, which are updated whether you want them or not, are unattractive and buggy. Sonos’ attempt to ‘improve’ the user experience has led to my speakers being linked to an account at sonos.com. No adding or changing the system without internet access to that account. I bought these so I could mostly play music on my computers and should not be forced to use sonos.com or new unnecessary updates all the time.Their new user agreement also says they can track all my activity or if I don’t accept the agreement, I don’t have access to use my own speakers! I’m not sure they need that and frankly I am tired of companies saying they need to track my online activities. If there is a clear reason and they tell me before purchase, that is one thing. However, after the fact, don’t change the agreement to force this…

Anonymous says:

Please fix your software!!! I’m losing patience with Sonos. I’ve built out a pretty extensive system (eight play-1’s, one play-5, one sound bar, one sub) and have historically been a huge advocate; however, the recent Sonos app update has been terrible. Now (since the update), I have to unplug my Sonos controller and wait awhile for a reboot. This has become so irritating that I’m beginning to regret my purchase of the inexplicably expensive Sonos components. Sonos has been (and should be) “plug and play”, but it’s definitely not. Moreover, the new app interface took a long time to get familiar with and I don’t see that it’s improved in any way (and it’s very buggy). For someone who’s been an early adopter and evangelist of Sonos, I need you guys to get your act together. My wife is so irritated with the Sonos network that she doesn’t even use it anymore, she just plays music from a stand-alone Amazon Echo. Please fix your software!!!

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