Summary: Straight forward to install and set up, and recognised my network-stored music files. Very disappointing control software on iPad - large empty spaces for album covers (I have .wav and .flac files), not enough room for album names, not configurable.
Summary: This is a pretty good product. It does what is says it will and does it well. The price seems pretty high though and one of the reasons that I gave it the rating that I did. Overall I do not regret the decision to buy the product and will look at buying more in the future. Especially if Sonos will come up with an outdoor speaker or wireless speaker of some kind that is battery powered. Please do this SONOS!
Summary: Does what it says- enables me to control my music through my stereo from my phone which is great. Drawback is seems to lack power. I have to turn the volume on my stereo and on the Sonos controller way higher than I ought to.
Summary: The strongest attraction of a Sonos Connect was the prospect of dynamic playlists. However, the software proved incapable of importing the metadata from iTunes. Most of my music is in .wav format, so the metadata resides in iTunes. The Sonos software doesn't access this - instead I get an endless jumble of tracks starting with '01', '02' etc. Very disappointing - the assertions that Sonos is compatible with iTunes libraries appear to be incorrect in this respect.