What you should know about our new privacy statement

What you should know about our new Privacy Statement

Next week, we’ll be introducing some important updates to our privacy statement. Sonos owners and anyone who visits our website will be asked to acknowledge this new policy when we update our software and systems in the coming days.

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Happy Birthday to the Sonos store!

Happy Birthday to the Sonos store!

Last weekend, our flagship store in New York turned one and some of the hottest names in music came out to help us celebrate. Partnering with the good folks at Pitchfork, we hosted a weekend-long radio broadcast, live from the Greene Street store – cramming the likes of Flatbush Zombies, Alvvays and DJ Shadow into our state-of-the-art listening rooms. And if this sounds like no ordinary first birthday party, that’s because the Sonos store is no ordinary kind of retail store. In fact, it’s anything but.

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To have and to hold – listening to vinyl with Sonos

Listening to Vinyl with Sonos

With vinyl stronger than ever, we’ve made it simple to hook up your turntable to your Sonos system and listen out loud to all the records you love.

Once connected, you can enjoy the best of all worlds. Whether spinning or streaming, you can listen to all your music, all in one place, and go fill your home with sound.

Here’s how…

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Hate photos. Love Vicky Grout.

Hate photos. Love Vicky Grout.

One prevailing theme throughout Vicky Grout's photos is capturing off-guard moments. On surface-level, grime exhibits hype, often violent storytelling, and guarded mistrust of glossy London, but the genre itself has distinct humour, self-awareness, warmth, and self-deprecation. Vicky manages to catch all of it in her images, humanising grime in ways that most media outlets tend to ignore.

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Why Sonos fights for net neutrality

Sonos was born to a free and open Internet, we have built our business around it, and thrived as a part of it. Net neutrality is the cornerstone of this concept. It gives everyone - big or small, well known or unknown - an equal opportunity to participate in the world's biggest and most active…

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Anna Goepfert’s Wearable Art from Liljevalchs Museum to Solange

Nadine Goepfert’s Wearable Art – Inside Her Berlin Studio

Our visit to Nadine Goepfert’s home marks the continuation of our special collaboration between Sonos and Freunde von Freunden. We’re on a mission to celebrate the joy of listening out loud, waking up the silent home, and inspiring creativity in every facet of our lives.

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Inside Huang’s World – food, cultural identity and the art of hosting

Inside Huang’s World – food, cultural identity and the art of hosting

As he prepares to launch his sophomore series of Huang’s World on Viceland, Eddie Huang became our latest chef to host a Playlist Potluck for Sonos. No stranger to our screens already, Eddie’s already broken boundaries with his ABC sitcom Fresh Off the Boat and looks to take his latest show to the…

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Our Sonos App has a new Help & Tips section

Our Sonos App has a new Help & Tips section

Get the most from your Sonos.  We have updated our app with a handy Help & Tips section. It’s a small change, but one that’ll make a big difference – helping you and your family get more from your home sound system and use it in ways you never knew possible.

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Food, Folk and Fatherhood with My Morning Jacket’s Patrick Hallahan

Food, Folk and Fatherhood with My Morning Jacket’s Patrick Hallahan

The kitchen of the Hallahans’ beautiful home in the Cherokee Gardens section of Louisville gets a lot of morning light. This is both by physical and by social design. In this room Patrick — a big teddy-bear of a man who rose to prominence as the drummer of My Morning Jacket, and whose new local culinary venture, Butchertown Grocery, has been hailed as one of America’s best new restaurants —creates sprawling meals for, and with, his family.

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Giles Martin remixes ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’

Giles Martin remixes ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’ for how we listen today

In June 1967, The Beatles released ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’ and nothing in music was quite the same again. At their creative peak the band created a counter-culture revolution across the globe, influencing everyone from Pink Floyd to Dr Dre to Frank Ocean. Fifty years on, the album’s been remixed for modern ears by Giles Martin – Sound Experience Leader at Sonos and son of George Martin, who produced the original recordings.

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Five Rooms, Five Designers: Sight Unseen at 101G

Five Rooms, Five Designers: Sight Unseen at 101G

When we first started imagining the space in the Sonos flagship store, we knew there was no way we could limit ourselves to just one design approach.

We wanted the in-store listening experience to be 100% true to the home experience—since every home looks and feels so different. Our solution for this was to design each of the store’s listening rooms to represent multiple styles of a home into one compact space.

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The rules of using Sonos at Work

Sonos at Work

At home, most of us have unrestrained control of our Sonos queue, but at the office it gets a bit more complicated and Sonos office etiquette is becoming a hot topic.

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Surprise, Surprise: The Brooklyn Home of Dimes’s Chef is As Gorgeous As Her Food

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Home Tour: Amee Allsop

A new home tour series, produced in partnership with Sonos and West Elm, sees architect Amee Allsop welcome us into her family's Brooklyn loft.

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Anthony Sperduti’s Art-Filled Hamptons Hideaway

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This Designer’s Manhattan Loft Is the Perfect New York/Scandinavian Hybrid

When Søren Rose first began toying with the idea of living in New York, the odds were seemingly stacked against him. His apartment back in Copenhagen was 6,000 square feet; no chance of that in Manhattan.

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