If you’re in the market for a wireless speaker system for your home or business, the versatility of a Sonos system makes it an excellent choice for virtually any setup. You can incorporate Sonos soundbars, subwoofers, speakers both large and small, and more. Sonos offers brilliant, clear, detailed sound so that you not only hear your music, but you also feel it.

Sonos Soundbars, Subwoofers, and More

The flexibility of a Sonos system offers an array of possibilities. Choose whichever components you want, to create a custom sound system that streams to any (or every) room in your home or business. You stream different content to different rooms and you can group rooms together into “zones.” Play a different song in every room, and use your phone, tablet, Mac, or PC to control it all with ease!
Sonos wireless speakers only need to be connected to a power source to create a “Sonoset” custom Wi-Fi network. Sonos can stream almost anything—Apple Music, Amazon, Pandora, Google Play, and more. Add “Playbar,” a soundbar, which lets you build a custom home theater system. You can add more speakers at any time. Configurations can include up to 32 components.

Merge Sonos Soundbars and Speakers With Existing Equipment

With Sonos, there’s no need to start all over. Sonos is compatible with most traditional sound systems and merges almost seamlessly into your current setup. “Sonos Connect” converts your traditional setup into a wireless sound system by connecting to your existing receiver, allowing streaming to your soundbar or other speakers.
Another innovative and convenient option is “Connect: Amp,” which acts as a receiver so that you can connect your new Sonos soundbars or speakers to your existing system without the use of a stand-alone amp.

Can Sonos Replace My Existing Home Theater System?

Although Sonos can be easily integrated with almost any current home theater system, it can definitely be a convenient, streamlined replacement. Many users love the simplicity and prefer to get everything all at once. All you need is a Sonos soundbar and some speakers—a typical configuration includes the Sonos Playbar, Sonos Sub, and two Sonos Play:1s—and you’re ready to go with 5.1 surround.

Content Sources

If you can stream it on your phone, you can stream it to your Sonos soundbar and other speakers—music, podcasts, whatever you want. Simply go to “Add Services” in the Sonos Controller app to find Spotify, Apple Music, SoundCloud, Google Play, and other supported services.
Whether you’re using an iPhone or iPad, Android phone or tablet, Mac, or Windows PC, Sonos soundbars and speakers are compatible with any computer, tablet, or phone that uses the Sonos Controller app over Wi-Fi. At your next party, everyone can be a DJ!

Tampa and Tarpon Springs Sonos Provider

To learn more about the Sonos wireless-connected speaker system, or to get a free quote on a specific system configuration—Sonos soundbar, sub, and more—call High-Definition Audio/Video (HDAV) today. We have two convenient Florida locations. Get in touch with us in Tarpon Springs at 727-736-4328 or Tampa at 813-321-3110.