Question

Sonos Bridge or Sonos Boost

  • 23 November 2016
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Hi,

What are the differences between Sonos Bridge and Sonos Boost ?
It seems that Boost is more recent that Bridge, but Bridge can still be found on the market.
Both have the role of creating a specific Sonos WiFi network, isn't it ?
So are there any difference in ...
- Supported WiFi bands ?
- Power ?
- Any other difference ?

Thanks in advance,
Phil

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The Boost has the equivalent of Wireless N, the Bridge Wireless B. The Boost also has MIMO technology, so the antennas are better, making the range greater and less prone to interference.

You may be interested in this thread from when the Boost first appeared on the market:

https://en.community.sonos.com/components-228996/meet-boost-41851
The Boost has the equivalent of Wireless N, the Bridge Wireless B. The Boost also has MIMO technology, so the antennas are better, making the range greater and less prone to interference.

You may be interested in this thread from when the Boost first appeared on the market:

https://en.community.sonos.com/components-228996/meet-boost-41851



Thanks jgatie,

I could find useful informations in the topic " Meet Boost ".
In fact, the purchase price of the Bridge is way cheaper (half) than the Boost, but now I understand well why Boost is better.

Regards,
Phil
Glad to be of help.

PS - Note my typo above, it should say "Boost has the equivalent of Wireless N, the Bridge Wireless G." Slippery fingers.