• 26 September 2013
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A portable Bluetooth receiver would be a great addition to your product line.

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Userlevel 2
I fully agree on this! I cant be a difficult thing to build into one of their sonos connect..
A portable Bluetooth receiver would be a great addition to your product line.

Yes, litlle Sonos BT device and Sonos Sound level controler, network plugged on one of any speaker !!!
Userlevel 1
Still going with this BT thing? My god
Userlevel 7
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There are many Bluetooth dongles out there that can be plugged into a Sonos Play:5 or Connect/Connect:Amp if Bluetooth (horrible way to stream) is actually needed for some reason.
Userlevel 2
I agree there are many Bluetooth dongles. And YES actually excellent Bleutooth receivers offering first in class streaming & audio quality equipped with aptX® technology and digital optical audio output compatible with iPhone, Android phone, iPad, Mac & PCs

aptX technology and

I recently bought a Marmitec Bluetooth Music Receivers ,BoomBoom 90 or my Son, hooked it up to a PLAY:5 allowing him to stream his favorite songs, playlist via Sonos speakers

Disappointed to see Sonos staying behind the curve not adding bleutooth capabilities into its speakers where other top-brands do offer bleutooth support.
Why forcing customer to buy-install dongles using Play:5 or ZP90 3.5" audio jack as inputs. We live in 2016 not the ´90ties