Sonos Architectural Now Available

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Available today, experience all around sound with Sonos Architectural by Sonance, a collection of installed wired speakers optimized for the new Sonos Amp. In-Ceiling and In-Wall are now available, bringing new and exciting options for customizing your home's sound.

These speakers are the result of collaboration between Sonos and Sonance to make architectural sound smarter and more connected through software, providing a complete solution for professionally installed sound. When you pair Sonos Architectural speakers with Amp, you unlock all the benefits of the Sonos system: including Trueplay (for the In-Ceiling and In-Wall speakers), Apple AirPlay 2, multi-room playback, voice control with Alexa (and Google Assistant later this year), and more, all in a regularly updating and easy-to-use system that works with all your favorite streaming services.

Sonos In-Wall by Sonance

In-Wall speakers offer the benefits of flush mounting, low profile design and Trueplay when used with a Sonos Amp. Built to be placed into the wall, you can mount these on either side of a TV or other room feature, for focused listening, experience bold, immersive sound for TV and more.

Sonos In-Ceiling by Sonance

Along with the In-Wall speakers, In-Ceiling speakers, bring flush mounting, low profile design, and Trueplay when used with a Sonos Amp. Enjoy crystal clear sound for comfortable ambient listening from anywhere in the room.

Sonos Outdoor by Sonance

Enjoy rich sound outside the home with installed wired speakers. These speakers are able to stand up to the elements while broadcasting great sound outdoors. Pair them with the Sonos Amp to unlock their full potential. Find out more and sign up for notifications here.

In-Wall and In-Ceiling speakers are available now in the Americas, Australia, and New Zealand, and will be available in the rest of the world in March. The Outdoor speaker model is coming soon worldwide.

In the case of three, they’d all be a single “zone” or “room” in Sonos parlance, all playing the same thing at the same time. If you wanted to have different things playing, one in each “zone/room”, you’d need three different Amps.

Thanks! Appreciate the info.  Let me rephrase.  I understand using the three in a group in the Sonos app. but I am trying to understand how three pairs can be physically wired to the Sonos Amp when the Amp only has inputs for one pair of wired speakers, specifically if trying to set up a 4.0 or 5.1 set up for home theatre.  

per the website.

“How many pairs of speakers can be installed together on a single Sonos Amp?

The Sonos Amp has been designed to power up to three pairs of Sonos Architectural speakers on a single Sonos Amp.“

Thanks again!

You connect three wires to a single terminal, wrapping the wires together?