Sonos Playbar - Soundbar D
THE SOUNDBAR FOR MUSIC STREAMING LOVERS.
Nine speakers are better than one
Your TV and home cinema content has never sounded as good as with the Sonos PLAYBAR, complementing HD television screens with detailed, goosebump-raising hi-fi sound with Dolby Digital to ensure you never miss a word, note or onscreen event.
Nine speakers radiate powerful bass tones, sculpted mid-range and scintillating high frequencies in a wireless, easy-to-use soundbar that wirelessly streams content for a compact home sound experience like no other.
Featuring six midrange speakers and angled left and right tweeters for optimum clarity, each speaker is driven by a Class D amplifier ensuring stunningly balanced sound output. There's even a Night Mode that boosts clarity at lower volume levels – perfect for listening to subtle dialogue when you're up after hours.
Fill any room in your house with larger-than-life, theatre-quality sound. Not just convenient and great-sounding, the PLAYBAR uses automatic equalisation to independently and intelligently adjust to the sonic differences between different programmes - feel the impact of booming action flicks, take in every detail with stunningly intimate dialogue reproduction and bask in waves of gorgeous live concert sound, as they were intended.
You can even add a subwoofer to create a 3.1 home theatre setup, or a sub and a stereo pair of Sonos PLAY 3s for an incredible compact 5.1 system – how's that for flexible?
All the music in the world – in one place
This standalone, all-in-one sound system enables you to wirelessly stream any music in the world – be it songs from your iTunes library, online music services such as Spotify and Napster, and over 100,000 free internet radio stations, shows and podcasts.
Access millions of songs and thousands of radio stations instantly without needing to rip CDs, download files or even turn on your computer. The Sonos PLAYBAR Speaker connects straight to these services over the internet, streaming the music to any room in your house.
Easy setup for full control – your way
PLAYBAR connects to your TV with a single optical cable and also plays everything that's connected to the TV, from satellite boxes to Blu-ray players and game consoles. If it's hooked up to your HD TV, this sound bar will play it.
You can control the sound bar's volume and mute using your existing TV, satellite or universal remote - and for streaming music, you can download the free Sonos Controller Apps for smartphone, tablet or computer.
Because it's all enclosed in a single streamlined design, the Sonos Wireless Soundbar is incredibly flexible, giving you multiple positioning options and allowing nearly any orientation for any room and TV or home cinema setup. Place it above or beneath your TV on a table or console, or mount it flush with the wall.
You'll be able to expand your Sonos PLAYBAR Sound System through your entire house, playing music wirelessly in any room by adding another Sonos player wherever you need to create the ultimate music system.
Best of all, there's no rewiring required – with its simple two-cable setup, just plug the device in to a power outlet, connect the PLAYBAR (or Sonos Bridge) to your wireless router using the included Ethernet cable and link all your Sonos players wirelessly with one touch.
Play music stored on your iPhone, iPad, PC, Mac or NAS (Network Attached Storage) wirelessly, and the soundbar supports the most popular audio formats, from iTunes to MP3.
Sonos works seamlessly with music services like Spotify®, Last.fm, Rdio®, Napster®, TuneIn Internet Radio, Wolfgang's Vault®, and downloads from any service offering DRM-free tracks.
The Sonos Wireless Speaker System keeps getting better over time as new features and music services are developed and added.
Once you've registered your music system, Sonos will automatically notify you when software updates become available. Then all you need do is press one button and your system will update itself.
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Frequently Asked Questions and Answers
Can I plug a turntable into my Sonos System?
A turntable can be connected to a Sonos Play:5, Connect or Connect Amp provided it either has a built in Phono PreAmplifier or you have an external Phono Pre-Amplifier connected in line between the Turntable & the Sonos component. Please Contact us if you require additional help with this option.
What does 5.1 and 7.2 mean?
5.1 refers to the configuration of a surround sound speakers with the first number being the amount of speakers and the second number being how many subwoofers. 5 usually means a left, right, centre and two rear speakers. The .1 or .2 simply means one or two subwoofers. 7 would include extra speakers at the rear. You may now also see a third digit in this format which refers to overhead speakers, for example 5.1.4 would indicate 5 speakers around the room, 1 subwoofer & 4 overhead speakers. The total number of speakers you can have in your setup will depend in how many channels of amplification are available in your amplifier.
What do I need to run a Sonos system?
You will need Internet Access & a WiFi router to connect your Sonos device to your network. To control the system you will also need to download the Sonos App. This is available for Apple & Android touchscreen devices as well as Windows-PCs & Mac computers.
What audio formats does Sonos support?
Sonos supports the following formats up to 16-Bit 48kHz except where otherwise indicated: Supported via streaming & PC storage: MP3
What streaming services does Sonos Support?
Sonos supports the following services: Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon Music, YouTube Music, Google Play, SoundCloud, Deezer, TuneIn, Tidal, napster, NTS, 7digital, Absolute Radio, Anghami, Audible, Audiobooks.com, Bandcamp, Calm, CalmRadio, CBC Radio & Music, Classical Archives, Dar FM, deliver.media, FIT Radio, focus at will, Gaana, Global Player, Hearts of Space, Hit Network, hotelradio, Hype Machine, IDAGIO, KISS, LivePhish, Mixcloud, Mood:Mix, murfie, My Cloud Home, myTuner Radio, Nugs.net, Plex, Pocket Casts, qobuz, ARTRADIO, radio.net, radionomy, Radioplayer, radiopup, RauteMusik.FM, Red Bull Radio, RUSC, saavn, Soundmachine, Soundry, Soundsuit.fm, Spreaker, Stingray Music, Stitcher, storePlay, Sveriges, Tribe of Noise, Triple M, Wolfgang's Music, Worldwide FM* Availability of services will depend on your location. Some services may require a subscription fee. List accurate at Feb 2019. Services may be added or removed without notice.
Should I hard wire my Sonos system or use WiFi?
In most regular sized properties running your system on WiFi should provide adequate performance. However, in larger properties, commercial properties, & properties with thick walls it is recommended to hard-wire your Sonos components to your network for a reliable performance. As a general guide, if you have trouble accessing your WiFi in certain areas of your property then hard wiring your system is recommended.
What is a Sonos Boost & when do I need one?
Sonos Boost is a product designed to plug into your router to create a secondary WiFi channel dedicated to your Sonos system. This provides the extra bandwidth & speed that may be required for larger Sonos systems. If you have a Sonos 5.1 system or are experiencing dropout then a Sonos Boost is recomended. Alternatively hard wiring just one Sonos component to your network will have the same effect & allow you to configure a boosted system.
Does Sonos support Bluetooth?
Sonos does not support Bluetooth. Music can only be delivered via a Wifi or Ethernet based connection
Are Sonos components compatible with Alexa?
Yes, all Sonos devices can be controlled via Alexa by adding the Sonos skill to your Alexa app. Some newer Sonos models such as the Sonos Beam and Sonos One speakers also have an Alexa assistant built in.
Does Sonos support AirPlay?
The following Sonos speakers support Airplay 2 - One / Beam / Playbase / Play 5 (Gen2) - Playback can also be grouped from one of these speakers to another Sonos speaker that does not support Airplay.
Can I use a Sonos Amp or Connect Amp to drive rear surround speakers?
The Sonos Amp and Connect amp can be used to drive rear surround speakers when paired to a Sonos soundbar product such as the Sonos Beam, Playbase, or Playbar.
Can I use a third party subwoofer with my Sonos system?
Third party subwoofers can only be connected to Sonos amplifier products such as the Sonos Amp or Connect Amp.
Does Sonos Support Google Assist?
Support for Google assist is currently undergoing development with support only available in some geographical locations. UK support is expected before the end of 2019.