The Sonos Play:3
The Sonos Play:3 has generated a fair amount of buzz prior to its release. Now the new generation has landed, reviewers and users alike have been increasingly impressed with the consideration Sonos have invested in making far reaching improvements.
Unless you want to connect up to 32 devices the price won’t put you off. Compared to the Play:5, the wireless system is entirely affordable. For most of us, a lottery win was mandatory before purchasing a decent HiFi but thanks to sensible pricing from Sonos, the device is just as accessible as the music.
Your Sonos purchase is also an exclusive invitation to endless amounts of preloaded Internet radio stations. Through a Bluetooth connection you can connect your own phone or MP3 player letting you play your own music effortlessly. The option to extend your music library almost infinitely through wireless streaming services such as Napster or Spotify is an electrifying prospect.
The Sonos Play:3 is equipped with a three driver speaker system, three digital amps, one tweeter, two mid-range drivers and one bass radiator to ensure superb sound quality.
This all sounds very complicated but set-up and use could not be easier. You just connect your MP3 player with a few clicks of a button and then you’re ready to go. There is also opportunity to expand your Sonos collection, adding more speakers without any complicated installation or further set-up. Check the promotional video to see exactly how easy it is to get connected here.
So if you’re not persuaded yet read some of these reviews and you soon will be!
‘The Sonos wireless music system is great. It allows you to stream music from the Internet be it Spotify tracks, the radio, or your own collection, in multiple rooms at the same time all controlled by your iPhone, iPad, Android smartphone or a dedicated controller.’
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‘The beauty of the Sonos system is that you can start with one speaker attached wirelessly to the Sonos Bridge (which, in turn, is attached to your router by Ethernet cable), and later add more to the system in different rooms – as many speakers as you like up to 32 (in case you happen to live in a palace).’
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‘Of course, all this is well and good, but with audio equipment it’s sound quality that’s really important. Fortunately, with the Play:3 there’s nothing to worry about at all. As with all other Sonos components, the Play:3 is reassuringly heavy, backing up the gorgeous exterior (available in black or white) that shouts this is a well-made product.’
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