Building a whole-home audio system piece by piece? Using the Sonos Play:5 or the Bose SoundTouch 30 as the first building blocks is a great idea, but which one is best for you?
If you're hoping to connect a Sonos One speaker to your TV, you're going to be disappointed. That is, unless you have an Apple TV.
There isn't an auxiliary out on the Sonos One, but there's still a way you can use one with your device anyway. Here's how.
If you’re looking at getting a Sonos speaker, you have a several choices in front of you. Here’s which one you should get.
The Sonos One and the Amazon Echo are both great voice-controlled speakers. If you need a little help deciding which one to get, I've got your back.
If you have a TV made in the last 10 years or so, chances are that the Sonos Beam will work with it.
The Sonos Beam is a fantastic Alexa-enable soundbar for your small to mid-size room, but do you need a Sonos Sub with it?
Your TV will need to have either an HDMI-ARC port or optical audio port in order to connect to the Sonos Beam
Looking to implement some Sonos magic into your existing speaker system? Here are your choices, though we think the Sonos Amp is the best option.
Unfortunately, the Sonos Beam doesn't support Dolby Atmos. But if you want a soundbar that does for the same price, you're in luck.
Though AirPlay 2 is only supported in four Sonos speakers, you can still use it with older Sonos speakers if you have at least one AirPlay 2 enabled Sonos Speaker.
If you have an Apple TV and you're wondering whether you should get a Sonos One to go with it, I've got good news.
You can’t start Apple Music playlists with Alexa just yet, but you can cheat by using the Sonos app and voice commands.
Apple’s HomePod has a silicone base, which can stain certain wood furniture. (As can the Sonos One.) Here’s how to keep that from happening.
The Sonos Play:1 speaker can play songs from services like Apple Music, Spotify, and Amazon Music Unlimited.
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