Our Kind of Holiday: #VinylRecordDay

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

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 setups]

On a day like today we like to put all vinyl vs. digital debates aside. Sonos is here as an impartial partner to help you enjoy the music you love, more and more. It seems only fitting that we share with you a few of our favorite vinyl records in photo form, since streaming them on a day celebrating vinyl seems inherently wrong. The following are photos from folks who are enjoying the glory of analog in every room, wirelessly.

If you’re not yet enjoying vinyl on Sonos, you can check out this: official how-to on connecting your turntable as well as any other line-in components.

Or if you’re more into six-second how-tos, we highly recommend this.

For the record: Why do you love listening to vinyl on Sonos?

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

  • Mbj130

    HI. I don’t understand what you are describing. Ithink you ae saying that I can play mnusic thorugh my Sonos system by following your directions. But my Sonos components do not have the inputs that are in your pictures. What am I missing?

    Mbj130

    • http://www.sonos.com/support Sonos Support Team

      Hello Mbj130,

      Some of our devices such as the: PLAYBAR (optical only), PLAY:5, CONNECT and CONNECT:AMP have line-in options. You would plug your Vinyl player into the back of of the available line-in’s.
      Take a look at this page for more info on our line-in options: https://sonos.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/1091/kw/line-in