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Sonos Boost The Wi Fi Extension For Uninterrupted Listening White

4.1
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Description

  • Not required to set up your Sonos wireless speaker
  • Provides a solution for homes where Wi-Fi doesn't reach all rooms
  • Plugs into your Wi-Fi router to create a dedicated wireless network for your Sonos system
  • Offers twice the power as Bridge, with broadcast power comparable to enterprise-grade Wi-Fi routers
  • Two 10/100 Mbps Ethernet ports to Connect to a wired home network and bring standard Internet Connectivity to other devices

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Customer Reviews

STOP! Read this, and then install, if swapping a Bridge for a Boost I found these instructions from a Sonos user on Sonos Support, followed them, and had a perfect install. You would do well to do the same:"The order in which you replace your wired Bridge with your new Boost is really important. To avoid wiping out all of the work you've done to make your Sonos system uniquely yours, perform the steps below. BTW, the same process works if you're replacing your wired Bridge with another wired Bridge.Some users will end up physically swapping their Bridge out with the Boost in the wrong order, then erroneously setting up their Sonos system once again from scratch - thinking that's what they're supposed to do, performing button presses on their speakers, adding room names back - unaware of the ramifications. Don't do it that way or you'll lose all of your personalized Sonos settings. Gone will be your favorite radio stations, you'll have to add you music subscription information back in from scratch, you'll even have to set up your music library again.In order to maintain your existing room names, music subscriptions, custom radio stations and Sonos favorites, do this:1) Do Not unplug your Bridge from power or the router just yet. Your Sonos system should be exactly how it normally is, with the Bridge wired to your router.2) Plug the power into the Boost, give it around 30 seconds to boot up. You'll see the blinking green light on it. This indicates it is a new component that has not yet been added to your Sonos system. Don't wire it to your router yet. Wireless is fine at the moment.3) Go into the Sonos software and choose the option to add the Boost. On a PC or Mac, it's under Manage > Add a Bridge or Boost. On a iPhone or tablet, it's under Settings > Add a Bridge or Boost.You'll then be presented with the options Wired to Your Router and Use Somewhere Else. Either choice is OK, just don't wire it to your router when prompted to. Sonos will see the button press and add the Boost. The LED on the Boost will stop blinking green and go to solid white when it has been added successfully.4) Finally, physically swap the Bridge with the Boost. You're done, and your Sonos favorites, subscriptions, etc are still intact.You can always use the Bridge wirelessly as a signal booster for the Sonos components in a different area of your home. Use it to get a signal out to your garage, patio, pool, etc if you ever take a player outside to use for the day. It will be a good way of ensuring you won't get audio interruptions during an outdoor celebration. Just plug it into power on the inside wall that's closest to your outdoor area and you can leave it. Or store it with the power supply and bring it back out if the Boost ever malfunctions.The new Sonos software automatically gives the wired component root bridge status, so the Boost will become the root device in your Sonos system.You might be able to have the Boost wired in when adding it in the Sonos software, but err on the safe side by adding it wirelessly, then doing the swaperoo with the Bridge when complete. "Thanks to the Sonos user who posted this. 5The only real installation issue is making sure you have an extra power outlet Purchased this boost 585 days ago and just installed it now. Why? Thought it would be difficult and require a bunch of speaker resets, frustration, and cursing. Luckily though, the only real issue is making sure you have an extra outlet on your power supply (this Boost took that valuable last plug. uh-oh!).At the time of purchase, something was going on with Sonos and our speakers would annoyingly cut out all the time.Ordered this Boost, threw it in a drawer (still in the box), and like magic, all my speakers started working again. Of course that would happen after handing over an extra $100 to Sonos. Naturally I forgot about the Boost until a few days ago when my living room Play:5 kept crapping out on us. (We have three Play:1 s, a Play:3, a Play:5, and a Soundbar)Now that the Boost is installed, of the 5 minutes of music I ve listened to, there hasn t been any drops. Time will tell though. Will update if our music starts cutting out again.Is this product for you? Might be a good purchase if you own a ton of electronics pulling WiFi, have an extra $100 of disposable income, and are easily enraged when your music stops mid song... 5Does exactly what it's suppsoed to do... don't listen to the reviews stating otherwise. It's just a fact that consumer grade WiFi routers will die and changing all your devices over to a new network can be horrific. We have Sonos speakers throughout the house and didn't want to lose all our settings, playlists, etc by having to re-setup each device when we replaced our router. I added a boost so that all the speakers were on their one network and when we swapped routers all we had to do was plug the cable into the new one and boom ... all done. 5Aggravating - speakers disappear. Horrible customer service. Sonos has the best speakers, but their customer service is the worst!!! We have three speakers and a beam sound bar that worked fine in the old house. In the new house the speakers would just disappear. Sometimes while they were playing music. I was told that since the new house is a little more spread out, we needed the boost. After installing the boost we had the same issue. Every great product sometimes has problems, but when we tried to call customer service to fix the issue we can never get anyone on the phone. They say to search their FAQs online but nothing fits our problems. Every time we call customer support a recording tells us that the wait will be longer than 30 minutes. When we called the first time, we were on hold for 30 minutes when they just hung up on us. 1Great addition to my Sonos System I was about ready to return my initial Sonos system. I had all sorts of problems with drop outs with the back speakers and the subwoofer. I ended up purchasing the BOOST and it made a world of difference. Everything works as expected and the quality of the whole system is unbelievable. If you have many barriers in your home that might reduce the quality of your wireless signal, go and purchase this product. I found that the "extenders" used by many wireless products simply don't work well with Sonos. Just get this product and call it good. 5BEST SONOS UPDATE EVER! My Sonos Bridge died after 14 years of service. I called Sonos and they instructed me how to update my software to eliminate the Bridge and run the system on Wi-Fi. Unfortunately, my Sonos controllers would not work, so I purchased the Boost. What a great product. My entire Sonos system now responds instantly to any command from any room. For 14 years I learned to accept a slight delay in the system when entering commands. This product eliminates that issue. I highly recommend this to anyone still using a Bridge with Controllers. If you don't use the Controller, you can just go with Wi-Fi and your phone or tablet. Either way, you will be thrilled. 5Caused more hassle and headaches Purchased Boost Feb 2018 as a recommendation from Sonos (I have two Play 1 in separate rooms, and Play 3 on outdoor patio, and Entertainment Set with Playbase) ina 1400 square foot house. Since putting it together in Febraury I have had to work with Sonos numerous times because I always had to unplug or reset the boost or router.Finally my umpteenth call to Sonos Help the guy said try not using the Boost. AND THAT DID IT!! I never needed the Boost he said, and it was causing me more headaches than needed. Now am trying to work with Sonos on a refund or exchange and so far not working out very good...I have a $100 worthless Boost. 1So far so good The Sonos system is great, but because my cable modem, wireless router, and Sonos Bridge are on a different floor of the house from my Sonos speakers, the signal would drop out frequently. As soon as the Boost was released, I decided to spend the $99 to cure the weak signal. It worked. I set it up only today, but thus far, the music streams perfectly. And just like any other Sonos component, the setup is user-friendly and takes only a few minutes.UPDATE, January 24, 2015:Even with the Boost, Sonos is not foolproof. I still occasionally experience interruptions when Sonos plays my music library imported from iTunes. The fix is just to reboot my cable modem, router, and Boost, and then everything is fine. Boost is still way better than the Bridge. And if I'm listening to streaming services such as Pandora or Beats, Sonos works perfectly 100% of the time. 5It worked!! I have been using a Sonos system consisting of 6 play 1's and a bridge for several years. It has always sounded incredible and performed flawlessly. Several months ago, I agreed to become a beta tester for Sonos in their new Sonos/Alexa integration. Wow, what a mistake! Ever since my first download of beta software, I have experienced a very unstable system which is prone to dropping speakers off the system. For no apparent reason, they may, or may not, rejoin. My awesome system has become an aggravating, difficult to use, frustrating mess! I even went so far as to remove the new software and quit the beta test. That made no difference. So I moved the entire system to a different router with absolutely no performance improvement. I was at the end of my rope, and very unhappy after all the money I have spent on this system.Then, I read that some users, with complaints similar to mine, had solved the negative issues with a Sonia Boost. I figired it was worth one last try to fix my system. The Boost arrived today and I installed it per the instructions. Initially, it seemed to work just great. Then, all of the sudden, it dropped all but one of the speakers, exactly as I have been experiencing for months. I was really unhappy at this point. So I re-joined each speaker a second time. WOW!! Now everything is working perfectly. It has been up for 5 hours without any problem.It's a shame that you have to buy a $100 addition to your system to get it back to where it was for several years, but it works. I am guardedly optimistic that it is fixed and I have my wonderful system back. 5Inconsistent App Connections Finally Solved Network Infrastructure:Running Verizon FiOS, due to the structure of our house I have got a router and 2 network extenders.All Sonos equipment connecting to the router via WiFi.Sonos Equipment:One Play5One PlaybarProblem: I could not consistently access my Sonos equipment via the app throughout the house. For instance could be 5' from the Playbar, and App on iPhone wouldn't see it, but would find the Play5 10' away. App on iPad could find both at the same time. 24 hours later iPad might find the Playbar but not the Play5 and iPhone would find neither. Day after that totally different jumble of what could and could not be seen.Resetting the App, the router, etc. would not resolve the issue for any length of time. Clearly the combination of the router and replicators was at play.Solution: Frustrated beyond belief, I decided to give the Boost a try. Perfection! For 7 days now, no matter where I am in the house, the Apps on both my iPhone and iPad find both players without a hitch. 5
Sonos Boost   The Wi Fi Extension For Uninterrupted Listening   White

Sonos Boost The Wi Fi Extension For Uninterrupted Listening White

4.1
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€229,00
Sale price
€229,00
Regular price
€378,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€149,00)