Introducing an Even Simpler Sonos

Posted on September 2nd, 2014 by Sonos Staff in News

Sonos 5.1

Just start with a speaker. Everything we do is built on the belief that listening to your music at home should be as easy as possible without compromising on our legendary sound quality. Through software, we are able to continuously improve Sonos – making it easier, faster and more flexible for all, including those unboxing Sonos […]

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Our Kind of Holiday: #VinylRecordDay

Posted on August 12th, 2014 by Sonos Staff in Events, Music In Culture, Music On Sonos

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Vinyl Record Day (not to be confused with Record Store Day, April 20th) is upon us and what a better way to celebrate than with a loving reminder that your turntable and heirloom LPs can live quite happily with your Sonos system, as these users can attest: [Follow #VinylOnSonos on Instagram to see other great […]

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Hear, See, and Feel Sound at the Algo-Rhythms Exhibition

Posted on August 7th, 2014 by Sonos Staff in Events, Sonos Studio

Algo-Rhythms Art + Music Exhibition at Sonos Studio Los Angeles

Since its inception, software has been changing the way we experience music. And while some artists have strived to help keep music at the center of that experience, others have incorporated music and software to create an entirely new experience altogether. Algo-Rhythms, the newest exhibition at the Sonos Studio in Los Angeles, brings together a […]

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Discontinued Support for iOS 4 and 5

Posted on July 15th, 2014 by Sonos Staff in News

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By Andrew Schulert, VP, Quality  Today we informed a group of our owners using our controller app on older versions of iOS to let them know that – in the near future – these devices would no longer work with their system. This includes the first generation iPad, iPhone 3G, and second and third generations of […]

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Algo-Rhythms Exhibition at Sonos Studio

Posted on July 11th, 2014 by Sonos Staff in News, Sonos Stories

Algo-Rhythm Exhibition at Sonos Studio

Music is a multi-sensory experience. That’s part of its power, part of what makes it hard to explain or even replicate. But how is our experience of music and the space in which we experience it changing, now that technology permeates our everyday lives? How have the visual and visceral arts embraced these changes? The […]

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