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Sonos Announces Multi-Room Music System for $999


The Sonos ZonePlayer 80 Bundle Transforms Stereo and More into a Wireless, Multi-Room Digital Music System with Full-color Wireless Controller

Sonos, Inc., the developer of wireless multi-room music systems for the digital home, today announced the immediate availability of the Sonos ZonePlayer 80 Bundle (ZP80 Bundle), an innovative way to turn your favorite audio equipment into a wireless, multi-room digital music system. The new bundle offering extends the Sonos Digital Music System family of products and includes two incredibly compact Sonos ZonePlayer 80s (ZP80s) and a Sonos Controller.

The suggested retail price of the Sonos ZP80 Bundle is $999, and is now available for purchase at authorized Sonos dealers including, Magnolia Audio Video, Tweeter and more, or directly from Sonos at or 1.800.680.2345.

The brand new ZP80 Bundle lets you play all your digital music, all over your house, on all your current audio equipment — your home theater, stereo, powered speakers, premium table top radio such as a Bose Wave radio, and more. By simply connecting a ZP80 to any amplified audio device in any room, that device is instantly and seamlessly part of a wireless, multi-room digital music system. Plus, you can wirelessly control all your music from the palm of your hand with the industry’s only full-color wireless Controller.

Because all products in the Sonos Digital Music System are designed to work together, you can combine the ZP80 Bundle or individual ZP80s with the Sonos ZonePlayer 100 (ZP100) with built-in amplifier for true multi-room music in up to 32 rooms.

“Music lovers have often asked Sonos to help them connect the stereo they love to our award-winning digital music system,” said John MacFarlane, founder and chief executive officer, Sonos. “With the ZP80 Bundle that’s now possible–and all for just $999.”

The amazingly compact ZP80 has digital (optical and coaxial) and analog outputs to deliver superior sound to every room. It also includes auto-sensing line-in connectors that can digitally encode any line-in source. This allows Sonos users to connect an external audio source, such as an Apple iPod, a CD player or satellite radio, to any ZonePlayer and to listen to that music on all the other ZonePlayers in the house.

For complete technical specifications of the new Sonos ZP80 Bundle, please visit

The Sonos ZP80 Bundle retails for $999 / €1,149.00 (including VAT) / £779.00 (including VAT). The ZP80 retails for $349.00 / €399.00 (including VAT) / £269.00 (including VAT) each. The ZP80 and ZP80 Bundle will be available in Europe by the end of April.

The Sonos Digital Music System lets you play all your digital music, all over your house–from the bedroom to the backyard–and control it all from the palm of your hand. It’s the first wireless, multi-room digital music system of its kind and it’s going to change the way you listen to music at home. With the full-color Sonos Controller in hand, your entire digital music collection, Internet radio, the Rhapsody Online Music Service and content, are at your fingertips. And with Sonos ZonePlayers in all the rooms where you want music, you can simply pick a room, pick a song and hit play.

For a demonstration of the Sonos Digital Music System, please visit

To learn more about Sonos, to locate an authorized Sonos dealer in your area or to place an order, please visit

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About Sonos, Inc.
Sonos is the developer of wireless multi-room music systems for the digital home. The award-winning Sonos Digital Music System is available direct from Sonos or at more than 500 retailers and custom integrators in North America. Sonos is a privately-held company, headquartered in Santa Barbara, CA with offices in Cambridge, MA and Hilversum, Netherlands. To find out more about the company or the Sonos Digital Music System, please visit:

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