Reviews and Problems with Sonos Connect:Amp / ZonePlayer 120
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18 September 2012
Summary: The Sonos Connect:Amp isn't cheap, but it's a no-compromise all-in-one digital music system that's perfect for people who are serious about digital music — and about cloud-based music services in particular.
Pros: Superb sound quality, Access to cloud music services, Uses any iOS device or Android smartphone as a remote, Has a line in for connecting a TV or DVD player
Cons: Need to have separate speakers and a tablet or smartphone, Doesn't support iTunes Match, Need a hard-wired connection or the AU$49 wireless Sonos Bridge accessory to connect to other Sonos products
Summary: If you already own a Sonos system, the new Zone Players offer no compelling reason to upgrade, unless you have significant range problems. But for new buyers, the updated hardware should make the system even more reliable, especially in large homes.
Excerpt: In early 2005 Sonos introduced the basic building block of its multiroom digital music system: the Sonos ZonePlayer 100, a combination digital music streamer and amplifier. Since that time, the ZP100 has gained lots of new capabilities through software updates, but the hardware itself didn't change.
Summary: Sonos er en av de ledende produsentene innen trådløse lydanlegg. Grunnen til det er ikke vanskelig å forstå, for Connect:Amp er som en drøm å bruke og støtter de mest populære musikktjenestene.