If the wireless performance of your Sonos system has been less than ideal, they have a fix in a new product called the Boost. The Boost creates a dedicated wireless network for your Sonos components rather than sharing one with you printer, your laptop, your tablet, your Xbox, and who knows what else. This, plus the three antennas, gives you up to 50% better wireless range and reduced interference.
The Sonos Boost is available worldwide for $99.
BOOST YOUR SIGNAL
Expand your wireless reach with our most powerful wireless accessory, available now for $99
No matter the strength of your Internet connection at home, rock-solid wireless is our standard. That’s why – alongside making Sonos even easier to get started last month with our new WiFi setup – we also introduced the SONOS BOOST.
Now available globally, BOOST is our most powerful wireless accessory, built to keep the music playing in even the most challenging WiFi conditions, no matter where you want to put a speaker in your home.
Similar to the BRIDGE ($49 USD), BOOST connects directly to your router to create a dedicated network, allowing all your Sonos speakers and components to talk to each other, with up to 50% greater wireless range.
In addition to expanding the reach of your system, BOOST’s three internal antennas help neutralize any interference from other consumer electronics that might typically cause dropouts.
While a wired connection to the router is optional for multi-room music listeners, those connecting speakers as part of a home theater setup need BOOST or BRIDGE (or another component wired to the router) to ensure your TV picture and sound stay perfectly in synch.
Starting today, BOOST is available for $99 USD on sonos.com and through select retailers. For more information on getting started with Sonos and determining the best setup for your home, visit: http://www.sonos.com/rock-solid-wireless.