OK, seriously now. I love my Sonos System.
I have it literally (almost) everywhere. 3 Playbars, 3 Subs, 2 Play 5's, 3 Play 3's, and about a dozen Play 1's - and a couple of Alexa pucks besides. I am a Sonos Beta tester and refer Sonos to anyone who will listen (pun intended).
I have a large covered Florida lanai, pool, outdoor kitchen, TV, fire pit - the whole deal. Well, half the deal anyway because I am still dragging a Play 5 outside and plugging it in every time I go out there. #AnnoyedAF.
You keep introducing new stuff - Play 1's with Alexa built in, Play 1's with new colors, now a turn-table.
But what gives on an outdoor speaker?
I will guarantee you that there are more people who want an outdoor speaker than there are people who still have vinyl albums in their garage/basement/attic/anywhere.
AND - PLEASE - before you start responding - Please don't tell me to connect a Sonos amp to some other company's inferior "almost as good as" speakers.
If I wanted speakers from another company I wouldn't have spent almost $10,000 on Sonos speakers and put them literally everywhere in my home - well almost - not outside obviously.
Why would I throw some inferior speakers into the mix?
How difficult could it possibly be to stop painting Play 1's for a minute and make a darn outdoor speaker? Bose does it - other companies do it - why can't you?
Do you need a hand? Are you short staffed? Or short sighted? I know for a fact that an outdoor speaker would fly off the shelf, so let's get this going, ok?
Is there a plan to introduce an outdoor speaker in the future?