EXPIRED: Review of SONOS PLAY:3 Sound System and Bridge

Have you ever wanted big sound from a speaker, but think that traditional home stereo systems seem impractical or look odd in your living space?  I'd love to tell you about a new sound option that I recently tested from SONOS.  It's small, practical, and super powerful!

The SONOS PLAY:3 is portable enough to take anywhere (a bedroom, the patio, your office), but can stay put, as well.  In fact, it's easy to hook up several units in different rooms of the home.  The included software allows them to operate as separate speakers, or in unison for BIG sound! It comes in black or white, and doesn't require you to hook it up to any wires to operate (except for the power cord).

But how do you connect it to your music library and online accounts with Rhapsody and other services?  Simply install the Bridge unit to wirelessly stream your music options directly to the device.  It connects directly to your router via the included ethernet cable.  You can even use your PC or mobile device to change settings on your unit.  (I did some work at my desk recently, and was able to shuffle play lists, adjust volume, and even pause my streaming services from the software's dashboard.)  You don't need a remote, and the software takes just minutes to install and customize.

I'm no audiophile, but I loved how the sound traveled through our living space effortlessly via the PLAY:3.  As a connected family who loves their gadgets, we found this plug-and-play product to be worth the hype.  I'm considering getting one for my husband as a "sorry I missed getting you anything good for Father's Day" gift.

(And don't just take my word for it.  This product got AMAZING reviews on Amazon.  It's a well-liked product for a good reason!)

Wanna Save?
 For a very limited time (through Sunday, June 23rd), buy the SONOS PLAY:3 and get a free Bridge (valued at $99) and 90 Days of Rhapsody service.  You can find it at select online retailers, including Amazon!

*Loaner unit received to test.  Opinions are 100% my own. Affiliate links may be used in this post.