New to Sonos? Here are some quick notes to help you get started.
Step 1: Get set upFirst off, let’s get those players installed. This FAQ has it pretty well covered. Especially the video here:
There are two different ways to connect Sonos to your network, they're called BOOST setup and Standard Setup. A BOOST setup means one Sonos device is wired to the network, it doesn’t need to be a BOOST and you don’t need to have a BOOST at all to do this.
A standard setup means that Sonos is connecting right to your wireless network directly, no wired connection enabled. Please note that if you’re using a Standard Setup, your wireless network needs to be strong and reliable. Also, the Ethernet ports on Sonos players aren’t active in this setup unless wired into the network.
Step 2: Play some music
Start with some radioUse TuneIn Radio on Sonos to play your favorite radio stations or find new ones from around the world. Learn more about TuneIn on Sonos here.
Add a music serviceLink your Sonos players to your favorite music services with our app with the steps here. You won’t need to have your phone on and tied up to play music on Sonos. It won’t stop when you get a call. And if you start music and leave the house, it’ll just keep on playing until someone tells it to stop.
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