Sonos has introduced its new PLAY:3 HiFi system, a compact, wireless streaming media HiFi system which has been designed to stream music wirelessly in any room of your home.
Sonos has equipped this device with three Class-D digital amplifiers and three drivers, a tweeter and two 3-inch mid-range in order to provide crisp and clear sound in any room. There's also a passive, rear-firing bass radiator for rich sound.
Sonos PLAY:3 can connect to the Internet and offer its users access to over 100,000 radio stations and podcasts. You will be able to playback your entire music collection stored on a remote computer or NAS. There is support for almost all popular music streaming services where you can access and even download media. You'll get access to services such as Last.fm, Napster, Rhapsody, TuneIn and many others.
The Sonos PLAY:3 brings wireless music in any room and is compatible with other Sonos products. You have the option of acquiring another product called SONOS BRIDGE, which can be connected to your router so you can use your Sonos devices wirelessly.
You will also be able to remote control your Sonos player by installing the free App for Android, iPhone and iPad. There is also a free Sonos Controller application for both PC and MAC.
The Sonos PLAY:3 is available right now for $299.
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