AirPlay 2 is Here: 5 Things Your Sonos System Can Do Now

The arrival of AirPlay 2 on Sonos opens your home sound system up to a whole new world of listening possibilities – and way more.

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Sonos Beam is the Smart, Compact Soundbar for Your TV (and Everything Else)

Our new smart speaker packs room-filling sound, voice control, new features, and access to more content than ever into a surprisingly compact size.

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How Sonos and IKEA Plan to Furnish Homes Through Sound And Design

During this year’s Democratic Design Days event, IKEA unveiled early prototypes of SYMFONISK, our upcoming collaboration aimed at coordinating sound and design in the home. Here’s what inspired the project and how we hope to enhance listening and life, at home.

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Can House Music Help Disrupt Mass Incarceration?

It might sound far-fetched, but this is what Bring Down the Walls, a month-long project by led New York arts nonprofit Creative Time, aims to do. One part social justice workshop, one part dance club, and one part concept album, the initiative takes a hard look at criminal justice issues through the lens of house music.

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Artists at Play: In the Studio With 44flavours

For Sebastian Bagge and Julio Rölle–better known as as the Berlin-based art duo 44 Flavours–creativity begins and ends with fun. Eclectic, idiosyncratic, chaotic yet skilfully composed and playful. These words are more typically used by music critics…

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The Royal Wedding Playlist: Which Songs Will Make The Cut?

In the last six months leading up to the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, tabloids and social media have buzzed with speculation about every matrimonial detail. What flowers will they choose? Which tiara will she wear? Will the cake really be banana flavored? Who will design the…

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Mette Hay on Designing A Sense of Home With Sound And Colour

When Mette and Rolf Hay first visited their summer home on the Danish coast, it was love at first sight. Today, the co-founders of trailblazing design brand HAY (producers of a wide range of products like stationery, storage, tableware, and textiles) come here for cosy holidays with family and…

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Inside David Bowie’s Berlin: How The City Transformed His Music

Inside David Bowie's Berlin: How The City Transformed His Music If it weren’t for Berlin, David Bowie’s music would not have been the same. The years Bowie spent living there starting in the late 1970s had a transforming effect, not just on the artist himself, but also the songs he went…

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In The Studio With Gonzo Illustrator Ralph Steadman

Ralph Steadman is the anarchic artist behind some of the most memorable illustrations of the 20th century and beyond. He’s also drawn to music: Besides honing his amateur trumpet skills, Steadman has produced his own record and has designed numerous original album covers. A selection of Steadman’s work is now on display in “Gonzo Notes,” in the Sonos stores in London and New York.…

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An Update on Speaker Support For AirPlay 2

An Update on Sonos Speaker Support For AirPlay 2 Last October we shared that we would be bringing Apple AirPlay 2 to Sonos. With AirPlay 2 you can play any sound from an iPhone or iPad, or Mac computer – including YouTube videos and Netflix movies – on Sonos speakers throughout the house. You will also be able to ask any Siri-enabled device to control Apple Music on Sonos speakers.   We’re…

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When Did Smart Homes Get Dumb?

Who doesn’t want a Smart Home? Sounds so good. It’s still your home, but smarter.I have to admit, I never thought my house was dull or bland to begin with. It has everything I love inside: from my husband and child, to my clever dog (seriously she’s great) to my favourite music on demand and instant access to some of the most incredible cultural moments happening anywhere. If you step…

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We’re Updating the Sonos Privacy Statement

We’re Updating the Sonos Privacy StatementApril 24, 2018 We’ve recently added some further detail and simplified the language in our Privacy Statement, making it easier for you to understand what data we collect, how we use it and your rights to manage that information. These updates reflect the high standards set by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Passed in the European Union,…

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