Sonos PLAY:1 Compact Wireless Smart Speaker for Streaming Music (Black)

Sonos PLAY:1 Compact Wireless Smart Speaker for Streaming Music (Black)
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List Price: $199.99
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Average customer review:
(4.5 stars, based on 3147 reviews)

Product Details

  • Sales Rank: #127 in Speakers
  • Color: Black
  • Brand: Sonos
  • Model: PLAY1US1BLK
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: 6.36" h x 4.69" w x 4.69" l, 4.08 pounds
  • Networking: Wireless

Features

  • Mini but Mighty. Fits in any space, fills any room with surprisingly rich and powerful sound.
  • Play different songs in different rooms at the same time. Or, pump one song in perfect sync, throughout your home.
  • Set-up in five minutes using your home Wi-Fi. Easily expand your home audio system over time by adding wireless speakers to additional rooms whenever you're ready.
  • Wirelessly Stream all your favorite music services like Prime Music Unlimited, Pandora, Apple Music, and Spotify.
  • Perfect for home theater rears or a stereo pair. Wall mountable.

SONOS PLAY:1 Compact Smart Speaker for Streaming Music (Black)


Customer Reviews

Most helpful customer reviews

51 of 53 people found the following review helpful.
4I really like it
By Z
I must've read about 250 reviews on the Sonos products to include the Play 1s and the Playbar/sub/5.1 system. I know all of the criticism about the lack of an HDMI input and the lack of DTS support and I absolutely agree with those criticisms. There isn't any reason not to support the best formats on the market. That being said, I bought the Sonos Playbar, Sub and two Play 1s after going through three Sony playbar/sub combos and the Yamaha 203. Understand, I downgraded from a 7.1 system anchored by an Onkyo AV receiver, two Bose floor speakers and a set of Energy 5s + subwoofer. I simply got sick of the wires and wanted a clean look and decided to go with a playbar. After trying the four other systems and not being really impressed with the sound of any of them, I decided to roll the dice on the Sonos with the desire being 1) good sound and 2) wireless as much as possible. I wasn't concerned in the least with all of the hoopla about connectivity with streaming services etc...

So, I install the system on a newer LED tv that has a 5.1 pass through on the optical port and bam! I fall in love with THE SOUND. I get it. I'm not trying to compete with an audiophilic, perfect system nor do I care about specs as much as I do about liking what I hear. And the bottom line is that I really like what I hear. I get the full 5.1 out of the system and the Play 1s sound fantastic as the rear pair of the surround sound set up. They really do sound good. The playbar is a great anchor for the TV when it comes to dialogue and as it acts as a front pair and center speaker for the whole system during movies and music. I apologize to all of the purists out there, but I love the Sonos system.

Setup is just too stinking easy. Wow.

And the streaming piece that meant nothing to me.........well, I played around with Spotify Premiere and what can I tell you? I can watch a boring football game while hoping for something spectacular to occur and instantly switch to listening to any of my 35 kabillion songs while keeping the game on. If something groovy happens on the tube, I just switch the sound back to the TV. There is zero lag between the TV and the system or between any of the separate speakers. outstanding synch. And with version 7.0 of the Sonos app I can stream from the Spotify app instead of having to use the Sonos app. Sweet.

Why only four stars then? As mentioned at the start of this diatribe, Sonos needs to get off their elitist butts and add HDMI connectivity and support for DTS. It is a tough decision to spring this kind of scratch for a system that could be phenomenal "if only....". After reading through countless forum threads about the issue, it almost seems as if the Sonos team takes a certain pride in telling their paying faithful to shut up and colors they decide are in our best interest. Not cool.

All in all it's hard to criticize the Sonos Play 1 as I have it set up in conjunction with the playbar and the sub. But it's expensive and technologically crippled for no apparent reason. I would recommend it if you can afford it, you aren't looking for audiophile ego strokes, you want to scrap the wires, and if you have a TV that passes the full 5.1 through the optical port.

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
5Wow!!!
By JS
I have to admit, I am a picky person when it comes to speakers. I've had brands at home and in my vehicles, such as the following: JBL, Bose, Definitive Technology, Klipsch, Harman Kardon, Infinity and Polk. In relation to a portable Bluetooth speaker, I've had Bose, Bowers and Wilkins, and JBL. Earlier this year, I purchased a Bose Soundlink Revolve. I decided to order three of the Sonos PLAY:1 speakers. My home is pretty open concept and small, so I put one in my dining room, office and master bedroom. Setting them up and tuning them is very simple. Eager to hit play, I had already somewhat made up my mind that these wouldn't pass my pickiness. I was VERY wrong. I am honestly speechless on how awesome the three of these sound. Truthfully, they're the best wireless speakers that I've ever owned. From the packaging, superb sound quality, to the setup process; Sonos definitely put copious amounts of time and effort to make such a stellar product. When I first started looking at multi room speakers, and decided on Sonos, I knew that eventually I would need to get the Sonos sub woofer. After owning these speakers for less than 24 hours, I placed the order for the sub last night. I'm super excited to hear what it sounds like. Buy their products, you won't be disappointed!!

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
5Love These Speakers
By David Barry Lane
These are so good I'm having having to sell all my old audio gear on eBay so I can buy more.

Just two Play 1's setup in stereo is all I need as these are great and I see no need for the sub at this time. I just wish there was a easier way to hook them up to the tv but once the ebay sales pick up I'm going to invest in the Playbase because I love the new TV stand from Sanus that has been released to work with the Playbase and it has optical input for the TV.

I even am ditching the Bose Soundtouch 300 Soundbar that I previously purchased. Don't get me wrong the Bose is a great soundbar for watching movies if thats all you use it for, but the Sonos line of speakers seems more geared to music and that is equally important to me.

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