expired $50 off Sonos Play Speakers - Sonos Play:1 for $249, Play:3 for $398, Play:5 for $699 @ JB Hi-Fi (Instant Deals Members)

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$50 off Sonos Play Speaker. Best value is the Sonos Play:1 speaker for $249 after coupon. For the others, I'd go with the Myer deal as it's 15% off.

Sonos Play:1 for $249 (16.7% off)
Sonos Play:3 for $398 (11.1% off)
Sonos Play:5 for $699 (6.7% off)

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Offer ends Sunday 26th June 2016

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  • +2 votes

    Hey there Takamine, my code is identical to yours so they're not unique! Obviously wont work with two in the cart however I wonder if it works with two separate purchases?! Anyone know or willing to test it? Could just create another account I suppose. Hmmm.

  • +1 vote

    Love my Sonos Play:1, and these don't often get discounted much. Great deal! Might just pick up another…

  • +2 votes

    Good deal on Play:1 but Play:3 & Play:5 appear to be cheaper at Myer if you are wanting those.

    • +3 votes

      And the Play:3 and Play:5 sound incredible.

      There's a local coffee shop running a Play5 by itself, and it knocks curios off the walls.
      Its also incredibly clear, and thanks to its whole 'unique port design' it fills the room.

      I used to sell these; I HATED selling them, because I'm a diy nerd and was building my own home distributed audio system for cheaper….
      Now they're more affordable, its getting harder to ignore.

  • +2 votes

    I've got four Play 1s dotted around the house (downstairs area, upstairs lounge, kitchen and bedroom). Ideally want to end up with a pair of 1s and a Playbar in the lounge at some point.

    Love them. Great sound for the size, works great alone or in pairs, and the app is absolutely great.

    Highly recommended, particularly as they a) don't come on sale much (grabbed my four Play 1s as the pairs were on special last Christmas) and b) are modular - you can easily reposition them around the house and change their usage (ie: single or paired, part of a surround setup or not, etc).

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      Don't forget that they also seamlessly integrate with the other higher-end SONOS components too like the CONNECT & CONNECT:AMP. As a very long time SONOS user I only own a few 'PLAY' speakers but most of my system is made up of 'CONNECT' devices (previously known as 'ZonePlayers'). Buy a decent Home Theatre system with high-end speakers then just connect a 'CONNECT' to one of the Receivers inputs and enjoy SONOS through your huge system whihc would run rings around a SoundBar type setup… but of course only if that's what you're after. So many solutions for so many different needs.

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        So you felt okay after you paid $500+ for your Connects, which are basically a play:1 without the amp or driver?

        • +2 votes

          Absolutely. I actually paid over twice that back in 2007 when they were first released then less and less as the years went by. Competitors came & went but SONOS was never defeated and in most aspects they still aren't… they're still the only easy, off-the-shelf solution for true multi-zoning. If you just want wireless speakers then there are many other products that can do that for way less. If you want earth shattering sound then there are other products that can do that and for most people you wouldn't have to pay anywhere near as much. For absolute audiophile grade sound there are thousands of other products that can do that too but for my needs (true 2-way multizoning of multiple vintage Hifi systems) they're absolutely spot-on. Best thing is that all my SONOS devices (except for the now antiquated wireless remote controls) are still working perfectly… nearly 10 years later!

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          @SteveAndBelle: glad you like them :)

          I sold mine because I couldn't get over the feeling of being violated.

          Still came out $400 in front after I bought my Chromecast audio.

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          @bejahi: Absolutely. Chromecast Audios are friggin' amazing. I bought a couple when they were first released just to test them out and have even used one in a project. They are amazingly good value and sound just as good as the SONOS when put through the same Amp & Speakers in an A-B shootout BUT they still can't offer the ultimate multizone flexibility of the SONOS system. Each to their own and those who don't plan to build a true multizone system are paying for smarts they don't need if they go for a SONOS product but for me SONOS is still King. You can even send audio back through the SONOS system using a 'CONNECT' device and this is great as it allows me to distribute the TV or Reel to Reel or the Turntable through to any other Zone or all zones. Don't do that all the time but it's so handy when I want to.

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        Did you have any sync problems between the Connect and the Sonos speakers? I'm considering this kind of setup myself, but have noted the Sonos gear doesn't have any delay setting.

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          Nope however the zones are all large enough and the speakers far enough away from each other that if there were any delays issues it really isn't noticeable anyway.

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    nice reduction

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    Anyone tried whether this code works on other products?

  • +1 vote

    PSA: They don't have airplay and are annoying to use when you just want to "play" what ever it is you are listening to, IE direct from Spotify, audible ect ect.

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      Well, not natively but it's possible.

      I stream podcasts from Pocket Casts on my HTC M9 to my Play:1

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      use airsonos, can send airplay to any sonos device, I run it on a raspberry pi among other things I got running all the time.
      I got around 8 Sonos devices and they all works

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    How does this compare to the UE Megaboom?

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      No competition, Sonos is in a class of it's own. I have five play 1's scattered all over my house and the sound is awesome. $200 is a good deal.

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        It's can connect to each other by wireless ? So if I buy 2 , put one in living room and one in bedroom, It will play the same time ?

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          Yes you can play two rooms at the same time with the same track or different tracks and it's very easy.

        • +2 votes

          Yes however even an inexpensive Chromecast Audio can do that and you can simply connect them to existing Hifi gear or decent yet inexpensive computer speakers.

          As JTTheMan says above, the SONOS Play:1 will do that plus have the ability to play different tracks on each device at different volumes but it extends for further than that too in that you can play different music from completely different sources on each device (ie. one from a local NAS and the other from a streaming service) but taking it even further they also allow 'grouping' so if you have more than two SONOS devices you could group some together say the Lounge, Kitchen & Deck for when you're entertaining but then group other zones together at the same time but playing something different eg. if the collective kids were in other areas of the house you could group a few nearby zones together to play music for them! This is proper multi-zoning and SONOS does it seamlessly and at the touch of a button or two. Of course you can also just gang two Play:1s together to form a stereo pair as well or add more to join them up as a full surround sound system.

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          @SteveAndBelle: thank so much for detail explanations

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        $249, not $200.

  • +1 vote

    i got my play 5 from jb hifi half a year ago for $600, didnt need any coupon. just walked in and asked them for the best price they could do.

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    If you have a Mac you can install airsonos. As long as your Mac is on the same wifi network and on, it will enable your phone to AirPlay to any speaker

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      Doesn't have to be a Mac, can run on any OS with a bit of setup, the main component is node.js
      I got it running on the Mac initially at first and it easy to setup but I dont want my Mac running all the time

      So I bought a Raspberry Pi and got it running under Linux so airplay is always available if I ever need to
      use it outside sonos app

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    This really interesting me, a lot ppl seem to recommended this one. I got myself JBL flip 2 before , the sound isn't bad . is this one way better in sound quality ? And is there any other advantage ?
    Thank

    • +1 vote

      Sonos is like apple, they are not the best speakers but you get decent sound and rock solid usability like iPhone or Mac Laptop
      Their Sonos apps is very good except to use Spotify and apple music etc.. you need premium subscription to those services

      They do have some very good freebie stream service like pandora, iheart Radio if you dont want to pay and also airsonos
      hack so you can use spotify free and airplay it ..

      You can also play music collection off your NAS or any storage device support SMB protocol (Windows and Most NAS)
      it can play lossless format like flac but not HD audio, Flac is good enough for me.

      I love mine sonos, I pretty much got rid of everything else and replace them with it, once you use it hard to go back to old way
      just like using smart phone then go back to non-smart phone.

      If you got a friend who has these setup have a go and try it
      if you like it then go and deck yourself out

    • +2 votes

      … and again, proper multi-zoning is still a big SONOS advantage when compared to other devices. If you don't need multi-zone flexibility then maybe consider saving some cash and buy something else… but the fact that the SONOS gear performs so well in nearly all other areas you may as well just go for it anyway as you may be able to utilise the multi-zoning at a later stage. My 2c.

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    Can I connect Sonos Play 1's to my LG Smart TV ?

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    Whoa! Frustratingly I couldn't post this as a deal as the seller is rated high enough plus after my purchase they only have 9 available but if anyone's willing to risk it there's an eBayer selling SONOS Subs for the crazy low price of $533.95 including Postage: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Brand-New-SONOS-SUBWOOFER-Wireles...

    Now the caveat! Alarm bells are definitely ringing as the seller only has 1 piece of Feedback plus the Spelling is questionable plus the Free Postage is based on a '500g Satchel' so I'm really not sure what's going to happen but I'm covered by PayPal so I can make a claim if need be. 'Too Good To Be True' I'd say but hey, you've got to be in it to win it ;) Fingers crossed…