Designed for use with a ZonePlayer multi-room system, the WD100 iPod/iPhone dock sends music wirelessly around the house. Slap in your iPod or iPhone and it will stream tracks to different Sonos Zoneplayers around the home. They will convert the tunes to analogue, meaning sound quality is top notch, not only that of course, Spotify streaming is heaven sent.
Priced at $119/£99 and available from next month, what are you waiting for?
The key to designing a music system that plays music all over the house is having a wireless network that works all over the house. That’s why Sonos created a wireless mesh network called SonosNet to deliver the range and performance required of a multi-room music system. When you need to stream music wirelessly, the network you use really matters. When a network is overloaded or stretched to its limits, you hear echoes and delays from room to room, and your Internet speed can be sluggish. Not so with Sonos.
Sonos chose a mesh network because a traditional network with a central hub relaying all the traffic didn’t provide the house-wide coverage we wanted. What’s more, access point networks were plagued by performance issues. SonosNet changes all that — providing the extensive range and superior performance you need to enjoy music in every room without requiring a massive wiring remodel.