SOUND & VISION Festival - Sonos

Posted on 15th April, 2015

SOUND & VISION Festival - Sonos

What can you expect to see from Sonos at the upcoming SOUND & VISION Festival at AudioTrends, Melbourne May 29th - 31st?

The Sonos Wireless HiFi System needs little introduction. It delivers all the music on earth, in every room, with warm, full-bodied sound that’s crystal clear at any volume. Sonos can fill your home with music by combining HiFi sound and rock-solid wireless in a smart system that is easy to set-up, control and expand. 

With Sonos, you can enjoy access to different music sources from one app combined with complete multi-room capabilities so you can listen to your entire world of music in every room of your home.

For the upcoming festival, representatives will be on-hand to give a brief history of Sonos, run through the key features and benefits, along with demonstrating the Stereo PLAY:3 and SUB. There will be another brief presentation on the evolution of digital music from Sonos' perspective, and another demo of the CONNECT product.

Finally, each session will conclude with questions and answers from attendees.


The all-in-one Sonos player with big sound in a compact size. Stream all the music on earth wirelessly in any room.

  • $499 RRP


Soul-shaking sound. Heart-pounding design. One-button setup.

  • $1099 RRP


The Sonos player for the audio equipment you already own. Just hook up CONNECT to your stereo or home theatre and stream all the music on earth wirelessly in any room

  • $599 RRP

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