17 Oct Freedom of Music Choice with Sonos
You’re hanging out on your patio in the summer, a cold drink in your hand, when you get the urge to listen to a favorite old song from your high school days. In the old days fulfilling this simple desire required a lot of legwork; going inside the house and digging out the CD and playing it on your home stereo – assuming you actually owned the CD. Now imagine if all you had to do is pull out your iPhone, Android Phone, iPad, or other digital device, and stream your tunes from Rhapsody music or iTunes to play instantly from the internet. Well, you don’t have to imagine any longer, because you can satisfy your musical listening whims and a whole lot more with a Sonos whole home music system.
Now picture the holiday season: You’re sitting by the fireplace drinking hot chocolate with that special someone and you both want to hear a song to complete the mood but you do not have a specific artist or song in mind. No problem with the Sonos music system. You can do genre listening across most music services: Pick up the Sonos remote or your smart phone and access Sirius XM, Rhapsody, iTunes, or you own music library. That means you could be pleasantly surprised by hearing White Christmas, Auld Lang Syne or even the Hanukkah Song on your home stereo. It’s that easy.
Say that you live up in the hills or a remote location that always has trouble with AM reception when you want to listen to the baseball or football game on the radio. Well, Sonos has you covered. Because Sonos accesses the live, perfect Internet stream feed of those pesky AM stations from all around the globe. And maybe best of all, its free. Here at PAC-NJ, northern New Jersey’s source for top quality audio video equipment and home theater systems, we’ve been showing lots of customers how Sonos can change their enjoyment of music and broadcast audio. And we’re finding the message is getting great reception from our customers.