"Streaming whole house audio has never easier"5.0 starson by cstar9999
Pros: Easy setup, infinite choices for music, great sound quality, great versatility, sleek minimalistic appearance.
Cons: Somewhat high initial upfront cost. The amps get a little warm.
Summary: The major grip people have with Sonos is the expense and while on paper that may seem like a hard pill to swallow, in reality the difference may not be so stark, especially for a whole house audio setup. If you want to run a whole house audio system, you can easily expect to spend $1000 or more to get up and running and you won't have anywhere near the versatily or ease of setup as you do with Sonos. I have 4 Connect:Amps and 1 Connect driving our 5 zone home audio. Total setup time took less than 1/2 hr. No need to hire an A/V pro to setup.
My wife was skeptical at first given the up front cost but now all she does is rave to me about how this was the best decision we made regarding our new house. She uses it everyday. We use it at night when we go to sleep, we use it to wake up to in the morning, during parties, drinking coffee and reading the news, etc... Everyone is so amazed that we can control everything with the touch of our smartphones.
Sonos also opened up our world to the infinite number of music choices out there. That is how we learned about sites like Songza, Wolfgang Vault, MOG, iHeart Radio etc...The best thing is we can continue to expand the system with Play3 and Play5 systems (for kids or guest rooms for example).
If you can afford it, I think it is worth the little extra cost. The great thing is, you can design your Sonos system however you want with the various components to meet your needs and budget.
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