Arc’s Stealth Superpower

Arc’s advanced internal components ensure that the listening experience when you step away from the screen is as dynamic and engaging as when you’re in front of it.

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Sub and Five:
Modern Interpretations. Original Artistry.

All our products are designed to look timeless, blending into the unique style of your home. But while aesthetics may endure, technology is constantly moving forward. With this in mind, we wanted to introduce you to the new Sonos Sub and Sonos Five in the architecturally significant Elliot House.

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What Sound Means “Sonos”? Philip Glass Had the Answer.

Coinciding with the launch of Sonos Radio, we are thrilled to reveal our new sonic branding. Composed by Philip Glass, iconic master of contemporary classical music, listeners can hear his original composition when tuning in to Sonos Radio. Here’s the story behind the sound.

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Your Social Life Is Now Streaming.
How Does It Sound?

Fitness classes. Concerts. Happy hours. Religious services. School. It’s all streaming now. Here’s how to use Beam to experience your social life with the sound it deserves.

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Home Office Help:
Using Sonos to Get Motivated, Stay Focused, and Be Productive

From flow-inducing soundtracks to using your voice assistant for hands-free help, here’s how to get to work when you’re at home with Sonos.

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What We Mean by Brilliant Sound

At Sonos, brilliant sound includes the technical smarts needed to easily listen to what you want, where you want, how you want. But it’s our commitment to how our speakers sound that truly defines our work.

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A letter from our CEO

All Sonos products will continue to work past May

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Software updates are ending for our oldest products

Starting in May 2020, some of our oldest products will no longer receive software updates or new features. We want to explain why and your options.

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Secrets of Nostalgia: Simple Ways to Warm Up Your Holidays

Enrich your holidays (now and in the future) by harnessing the benefits of nostalgia. Take a deep breath and learn how tuning into your five senses can make for a cozier, more connected holiday—one that looks, feels, smells, tastes, and sounds merry and bright.

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Soundtracking Sonos: Behind the Scenes with Our Head of Music

As Sonos’s Global Head of Music, Brian Beck meticulously unearths the ideal song or artist for our ads, events, curated playlists, and more. Find out how Brian stays plugged in to the latest music—as well as his three tips for creating great playlists.

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4 Ways to Haunt Your House with Sound

With Halloween approaching at a gallop, discover a few ways to heighten the fright-factor at your next Halloween party or haunted house using Move and the rest of your Sonos system.

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The Making of Move:
How We Made Our New
Portable Speaker Ready
for the Outdoors

Meet Sonos Mechanical Engineer Camille Zaba, one of the engineers who helped design and test Sonos Move, and see the rigorous testing process her team put the speaker through to ensure its durability for life outside the lab.

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