Sonos Enters The World Of Architectural Audio

The architectural category is a new arena for Sonos, but it makes sense that when they decided to enter it, they would do it right. They are looking to build on their historically strong Connect and Connect:Amp products – which powered other manufacturers speakers up ’till now, to now offer a truly complete acoustic solution for your home.  Architectural speakers are a growing segment of the market, and to stand out Sonos had to do their homework.

With a shared commitment to superior sound and great design, Sonos and Sonance partnered on a collection of architectural passive speakers optimized for the new Sonos Amp. Sonos Architectural by Sonance includes in-ceiling, in-wall, and outdoor speakers designed to disappear into any space while providing crystal clear sound, even coverage, high-quality performance, and ease of use.   The creation and engineering of speakers for a specific amplifier is a great first step to creating transformative sound experiences for the home and beyond. Add to that the unique Sonos Trueplay™ feature, which allows you to calibrate the listening environment with the speakers and an app on your phone and you have a truly new offering. This Customized Sound calibration accounts for the size, construction, and furnishings of the room where the speakers are placed and automatically adjusts the EQ for the best possible sound.

Showing off the quality of the amp, just one Sonos Amp can power up to three pairs of Sonos Architectural speakers, for greater sound coverage and more immersive listening. The Sonos Amp allows you to stream all your favorite services and music stored on local devices. Control is simple with the Sonos app, AirPlay 2, and voice control with smart devices. If you already have a Sonos product, simply put it’s like building Sonos all-in-one speakers right into the wall or ceiling.

Spring is fast approaching. If you have a multi-room project in the planning stages, drop by today to get your free pre-wire plan and pre-order your new Sonos Architectural speaker system!

 

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