Have you ever visited a friend whose house was wired with speakers in every room and admired that he or she could listen to music in any room? You can have that too, without paying an expensive installer to run wires through the walls of your house.
We're excited to offer a lucky winner a free Sonos wireless music streaming system worth over $700 that includes two Play:3 all-in-one speaker/players and a Sonos bridge to connect your system to your home network (see below to enter). This is no tinny-toy audio system. Sonos is considered to be the highest quality music streaming system of its kind.
The Sonos wireless music streaming system is a set of players/speakers that can play music from Internet services like Spotify, MOG, Rhapsody, Pandora (and many more). It can stream music from your computer's Windows Media Center or iTunes music libraries. And when connected to any device via its auxiliary line-in port—from an MP3 player, iPod, laptop, or a CD player (with adapter cables)—it can stream sound to the rest of the Sonos players/speakers.
The Play:3 speaker/players can be placed in one room for stereo sound or placed in separate rooms to listen to music around the house. Sonos has a variety of players to add to your Sonos system, and it's as easy as pressing a button on the new speaker or player.
A Sonos app for smartphones and tablets makes it really easy to choose music and control playback from anywhere in the home. Create a playlist of your favorite music with songs that are streamed from different sources—a couple of songs in Spotify, in Rhapsody, and some from your iTunes library.
If you've always wanted whole home music without having to hire an installer to lay wire and speakers in every room, Sonos is a great solution. Read more about Sonos in my article about the Sonos music streaming whole home alternative.