Sonos Play 1 £134.10 with code 6 year Richer Sounds warranty
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Sonos Play 1 £134.10 with code 6 year Richer Sounds warranty

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Found 5th Apr
Sonos Play 1 £134.10 with 6 year Richer Sounds warranty

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Discount code is Sonos10
Sonos have just emailed out a 20% code. Might be able to use the same trick as last time.
Sorry what was the trick used last time
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sirdolan2 h, 8 m ago

Sonos have just emailed out a 20% code. Might be able to use the same …Sonos have just emailed out a 20% code. Might be able to use the same trick as last time.


Let me know if it does
Is the 20% code for current owners or subscribers?
What's the 20% discount code team?
Will this stereo play with a standard Sonos play 1?
sebstrobist10 m ago

Is the 20% code for current owners or subscribers?


I'd like to know this too. I have bought loads of Sonos kit over several years, but I've never received any sort of code from Sonos.
Edited by: "edanfalls" 5th Apr
eddiebaby4 h, 51 m ago

Sorry what was the trick used last time


Looks like Sonos offer 20% cashback on valid purchases (if you've been sent a unique claim code)
Vistrix5 m ago

Will this stereo play with a standard Sonos play 1?


This is also for a Play 1 so yes
I have an almost 20 yr old Nakamichi hi fi separates system, currently doing nothing because I blew my old Mission speakers up.
Is there anyway to connect these to an older type amp or are these Sonos just designed to work wirelessly or by Bluetooth?
1616french6 m ago

I have an almost 20 yr old Nakamichi hi fi separates system, currently …I have an almost 20 yr old Nakamichi hi fi separates system, currently doing nothing because I blew my old Mission speakers up.Is there anyway to connect these to an older type amp or are these Sonos just designed to work wirelessly or by Bluetooth?


They're wireless (not bluetooth) speakers, designed to play music from a music library on a PC or NAS, or from streaming services. Some Sonos devices - notably the Connect and Play:5 - do have line-in sockets so you can feed them from a traditional music system - typically from the Tape Out socket. The Play:1s don't have a line-in.

IMO you'd be better off getting a set of decent bookshelf speakers. You can get some great deals for £80-£200 which would doubtless sound better than these if connected to a decent hifi system.
Dodge621 h, 4 m ago

They're wireless (not bluetooth) speakers, designed to play music from a …They're wireless (not bluetooth) speakers, designed to play music from a music library on a PC or NAS, or from streaming services. Some Sonos devices - notably the Connect and Play:5 - do have line-in sockets so you can feed them from a traditional music system - typically from the Tape Out socket. The Play:1s don't have a line-in.IMO you'd be better off getting a set of decent bookshelf speakers. You can get some great deals for £80-£200 which would doubtless sound better than these if connected to a decent hifi system.


Just bought a 65" Hisense so I was hoping to use them for both the TV and Hi-fi.
Thanks anyway
1616french3 h, 30 m ago

I have an almost 20 yr old Nakamichi hi fi separates system, currently …I have an almost 20 yr old Nakamichi hi fi separates system, currently doing nothing because I blew my old Mission speakers up.Is there anyway to connect these to an older type amp or are these Sonos just designed to work wirelessly or by Bluetooth?


You could potentially use a Sonos Connect which would enable you to connect to the Sonos speakers.

it could however be a very expensive way of doing it but it means you old system won’t be obsolete, some blurb below

The Connect liberates the music on your computer and the Internet so you can play it all over the house. Wherever there’s a player, you can listen to your entire collection of iTunes music, plus thousands of free Internet radio stations. And it works seamlessly with the most popular music services so you can stream millions of songs and stations from the Internet to the rooms of your choice. You can even connect the Connect to your favourite audio source such as an iPod or CD player and listen on all the Sonos players throughout your house.
I've purchased a pair from Richer Sounds- will see if Sonos validate my 20% cash back
What's so special about these speakers? Why would one pay about £150 for one speaker?
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From_the_Midlands18 m ago

What's so special about these speakers? Why would one pay about £150 for …What's so special about these speakers? Why would one pay about £150 for one speaker?


I have only had one solo and the sound trumps anything I have heard from any small speaker. Apparently in stereo these are on another level
jobi59uk55 m ago

I have only had one solo and the sound trumps anything I have heard from …I have only had one solo and the sound trumps anything I have heard from any small speaker. Apparently in stereo these are on another level


I've got a pair of the Alexa ones, incredible sound.
From_the_Midlands1 h, 13 m ago

What's so special about these speakers? Why would one pay about £150 for …What's so special about these speakers? Why would one pay about £150 for one speaker?


Some speakers are £20,000......these are well worth the money, although a pair is a major step up
I managed to bag a free one last year from vodaphone then got another for £111 around the Xmas sales. Brilliant speakers, especially as a pair.
From_the_Midlands6 h, 36 m ago

What's so special about these speakers? Why would one pay about £150 for …What's so special about these speakers? Why would one pay about £150 for one speaker?


For the same reason that many people pay £300 for 2 speakers.
And often a lot more than £300 if you've got lots to spend on hi-fi.

The same argument goes for most things. Cars, TVs, mobile phones etc.

Personally I can never understand why some people will spend £700+ on a mobile phone and then replace it in a couple of years. Nuts!
From_the_Midlands12 h, 37 m ago

What's so special about these speakers? Why would one pay about £150 for …What's so special about these speakers? Why would one pay about £150 for one speaker?


The set up is modular so you can have one Sonos speaker if you like, or you can have a house full.

We have a Sonos One in the Study & Dressing Room, a Sonos Play 3 in the bedroom and a Sonos Play 5 in the kitchen and living room. These 5 speakers weren't cheap, but audio quality is great - not absolutely top of the line, but really good. The benefit however is they can be grouped and aligned so that when listening to music or an audio book, the music is continuous around the house. If I'm listening to a book I dont need to pause it while I go to the fridge downstairs as they are all playing the same source perfectly synced so the sound travels with me. Or if my partner is downstairs and I am upstairs we can group them into floors so we can listen independently. They also do sound bars and subs for TVs but we haven't bothered with these as we already have a surround sound setup, but these options are available for those that one one.

Previously we only had the larger speakers as I didnt think the One's had a lot of punch but now we've got one its not bad at all for a bedroom or smaller living room. Ideally though for me the Play 5's are the best ones, and can often pick them up on eBay for far cheaper than full retail price.

Worth getting a One while they are cheap and building up a system from there on in.
1616french20 h, 35 m ago

I have an almost 20 yr old Nakamichi hi fi separates system, currently …I have an almost 20 yr old Nakamichi hi fi separates system, currently doing nothing because I blew my old Mission speakers up.Is there anyway to connect these to an older type amp or are these Sonos just designed to work wirelessly or by Bluetooth?


Nakamichi! Do you have the Dragon?
neill.martin5th Apr

I've got a pair of the Alexa ones, incredible sound.


Do you need anything additionally to link them? A bridge? Thanks in advance
Code doesn't work. Has it expired?
adsthompson3 h, 54 m ago

Do you need anything additionally to link them? A bridge? Thanks in advance


Nothing at all, it recognises there are two on network and asks if you want to pair them in stereo , job done - absolutely love them, great sound.
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