Sonos - PLAY:1 Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music - White

Sonos PLAY:1 Wireless Speaker: Enjoy big audio from a compact system with the Sonos PLAY:1. This speaker's custom-tuned drivers and software deliver rich, powerful sound, while wireless streaming lets you enjoy your music in any room of your home.

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Overview

What's Included


  • Owner's manual
  • Power cord, flat Ethernet cable
  • SONOS PLAY:1 Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
99% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (8419 out of 8582)

Features


Integrated, multiroom control

If you have multiple Sonos music players, you can control what's playing in any room from anywhere in your house. You can use any Sonos Controller to control the music and the volume in all of your rooms.

Control your music from the palm of your hand

Download the free Sonos Controller app on your compatible smartphone, tablet, PC or Mac to search for songs and stations, choose music and control the volume on your Sonos PLAY:1 speaker.

Works with Amazon Alexa

Voice control your music by telling Amazon Alexa what to playWireless streaming lets you access all the music you love in one place


Enjoy your music library, radio stations and online services through the Sonos Controller app.

Play a different song in every room, at the same time

Tune in to an Internet radio station in the bedroom, stream a music service in the kitchen and play a song from your music library in the living room — simultaneously.

Stereo pair

If you purchase 2 PLAY:1 speakers, you can create separate left and right channels to generate bigger and deeper sound.

Rich, powerful sound

Includes a mid-woofer and a tweeter, each with a dedicated amplifier that deliver crystal-clear highs and deep, rolling lows for a dynamic sound experience.

Compact size for portability

The Sonos PLAY:1 speaker is portable and easy to move to the backyard, garage or any other room.

Humidity-resistant design

Withstands humid environments, such as in a bathroom with a running shower. (The PLAY:1 is not waterproof or water-resistant.)

Simple setup

Put your Sonos PLAY:1 speaker in any room where you want music and connect it to your home Wi-Fi network using the Sonos Controller app. With the touch of a few buttons, you're ready to enjoy Sonos wireless streaming.


Customer rating

4.8
99%
would recommend to a friend

Expert rating

4.3

Pros

Cons

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic Speaker!

    Posted
    RazorR
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    I bought the Play 5 as my first Sonos purchase, and absolutely loved it. Days later I found myself in the store purchasing two of these (Play 1 speakers) to add to my set. Within a week I ended up purchasing 2 of the Play 3 speakers as well as another Play 1, totaling my count to 6 speakers, (one Play 5, two Play 3s, and three Play 1 speakers!) At the start, I had 0 intention of buying so many speakers, especially because they seem pricey, however they are really priced well considering their features. The fact that they connect so easily to my home network, and the software is really easy to use, and I had no static or any issues with the wifi (they are crystal clear even at the loudest settings, and they stream instantly as if they are wired). Additionally, I was originally looking at Bose, but doing a side-by-side comparison in the store, I chose to invest in Sonos because I really didn't hear a difference, plus Sonos was less expensive, and the salesperson told me that the software interface is more user-friendly, which is great because I'm fairly tech-savvy but even the non-tech people in my family have been able to use this system with ease. At first, I thought it would be a set-back that you cannot stream via iTunes, or computer sounds, per say - you MUST use Sonos's app/program, therefore only songs loaded into Sonos's library can be played (as well as the multitude of free, actually extremely useful, streaming radio stations.) However, the program (for pc) and app operate very similarly to iTunes, so it's really intuitive to use. All I had to do is direct Sonos to my iTunes folder (or any other folder where your music is saved) and it saves it to it's library - it won't literally copy the files, so you don't need to worry about it taking up any extra space, it just looks in that directory. I have several wifi devices as well as computers and I can control all of the speakers from any of the devices (even multiple devices simultaneously) without any delay. I have a speaker in my basement, and the moment I click Play while being upstairs (2 stories up, but on the same network) it starts playing instantly, as if it were wired. Lastly, I added on a Seagate Central (NAS) hard drive to my network recently, and decided to move my music library to that wireless hard drive. I redirected Sonos to the folder on there and it works just as well as if it were on my computer - there's no difference...the actual benefit to this is that I don't need to leave a computer on to play from the Sonos. So now my set up can be easily controlled from a tablet, my phone, iPad, iPod touch...pretty much any device with Windows/Android/iOS without the need of accessing my PC. I have about 50 gbs of music and when adding to the Sonos app, it took about 5-10 minutes for it to load - but this is just an initial load to allow Sonos to read all of the album art, and build an index. From there everything else is instant. I tested it out by first only adding a few gigabytes and it took about 30 seconds to a minute to build the index - again this is only for the initial setup of the music directory. All in all I am thrilled with the entire Sonos speaker set, and definitely plan to add more in the near future because I have them all spread out throughout my house so that in times of a party, etc there is continuous flow of music and they are well hidden - at a mere fraction of the cost of what a piped-music system would cost! A final note I forgot to mention above is that all of the speakers can be controlled simultaneously as a group (where you can have them all set to the same volume, or even adjust each volume to different levels) or individually, simultaneously - meaning that from the app, I can play a different song on each speaker simultaneously - there's no sort of "log in" per speaker, each can be controlled on the fly. I definitely recommend any of the Sonos Play Speakers to everyone!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Easy to use, small, great sound quality for size

    Posted
    Pablo
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member
    • Top 500 ContributorTop 500 Contributor

    Let me start off by saying I have had my doubts about Sonos ever since they introduced their first network speaker. At the time, I thought that Bluetooth speakers would be the future as you could just take the speaker to any room you wanted. I didn't see the convenience in buying a speaker and having it sit there waiting for you to use it. But Sonos released speaker after speaker and update after update. Still, when the time came to buy a network speaker, I went with the Bose SoundTouch 10. It was the same price as the Play:1, sounds better, is about the same size, and Bose promised that they would add more music services (I use Google Music All Access and Apple Music) to their SoundTouch speakers. Fast forward a year later and Bose added Amazon music and Deezer while Sonos added more than a dozen music services and continues to add more. I sold my SoundTouch and invested in the Sonos Play:1, I definitely won't be going back to Bose. The Play:1 is extremely easy to setup, all I had to do was plug the speaker in, download the Sonos app, push two buttons at the same time on the speaker, and I was all set to go. I ended up plugging the speaker directly into one of my Wi-Fi stations. I have Google Wi-Fi and didn't want to slow the network down by having a 2.4GHz 802.11g device on it. I really wish Sonos would update their speakers to at least 2.4GHz 802.11n. It's ridiculous that a network device, in 2017, doesn't have 2.4GHz 802.11n let alone 802.11ac. But this can be overcome by plugging the speaker directly into your Wi-Fi router. It will then broadcast a Sonos Boost signal that all other Sonos speakers can connect to without slowing down your main Wi-Fi. The lack of more advanced Wi-Fi is one reason why I took one star off of my rating. The other is audio quality. Don't get me wrong, the audio quality for this is pretty good. It really is a small speaker and can really crank things out. It's a lot better than the built-in speakers with Google Home or Amazon Echo units. But, when compared to the SoundTouch 10, it lacks bass and the highs can be a bit harsh at times. But those are my only complaints. Sonos makes things dead simple with their app and there are tons of services they work with. I was able to add my Google Music and Apple Music accounts without issues. My wife was even able to add her Google Music and Apple Music accounts so that we can switch between the two from within the Sonos app. It's a great feature and means that you aren't tied to one account per service (especially since my wife and I listen to different music). The Sonos Play:1 is a great introduction to network speakers. It's dead simple to setup, offers good (but not great) room filling sound quality for its size, and odds are high it will work with your music service. I recommend either plugging at least one of these into your Wi-Fi router (especially if you have Google Wi-Fi as there are known issues when having Sonos speakers wirelessly connect to Google's mesh network) or buying a Sonos Boost accessory. Doing so will give you a large Sonos network all throughout your house allowing you to connect multiple speakers. I currently have three Play:1 speakers and a Playbase all connected together. I can play the same thing (even TV audio) across all of them or play different content on each one. Sonos did a great job making diminutive hardware that blends in (unless you get the white speaker). This is an easy recommendation for anyone who either wants to expand their Sonos network but doesn't need a larger speaker or they want to buy their first network speaker. Just be warned: these are addictive. It's easy to buy one after the other filling your whole house with audio.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Hands-down best sound, limited flexibility

    Posted
    chad2408m
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    This was my first dabbling in wireless speakers - I wanted something that sounded good at low volume (because I'm living in an apartment), didn't create a rats-nest of wires, and could be expanded into a more full set of speakers once I move out into a house. Note: I bought one speaker, liked it, then bought a second a day later to try it in stereo pair. You should definitely plan on buying two at some point, if not right away, because having two makes a huge difference in sound quality. I know that's obvious, but I think it's important to stress due to the price tag - these speakers only really shine once they are in a pair (and that's a $400 investment). First let me say, these speakers sound amazing. Crystal clear sound (bass too!), even at very low volume. They can get extremely loud as well, I've never turned them up past half-way because at that point the room is filled and my neighbors are probably putting in earplugs. After comparing these to other wifi speakers, I'm entirely convinced that they are the best sounding. They're also criminally easy to setup, and the packaging is great. Now as to why this is 4 and not 5 stars. The Sonos app (iOS) is actually really neat and connects to Pandora, TuneIn, Spotify and my music on device, which is great. It also has a queue feature which lets other people on my wifi to queue up songs to play next, which has been fun during parties. But not having native Bluetooth/AirPlay support has been more disappointing than I original thought it'd be. So many times I'll be watching a video on YouTube and think "Man, I'd love to hear this through my Sonos speakers right now". The bass is so clear and powerful that I'm also constantly wishing I could hook these up to my Desktop via a line-in to play FPS games too, which sadly I cannot. I've gotten over it now, but there was a lull a couple weeks after I got them where I really wanted to use them for everything, but couldn't. These speakers are meant for listening to music at the home, and they do that job great. You'll love the sound and the features the app brings to parties, but trust me when I say they'll leave you wanting more flexibility as well. Now, one thing worth mentioning is that I was torn between these speakers and the Bose SoundTouch 10 (or whatever the comparable model is). These speakers sounded and looked way better, but the SoundTouch had Airplay, Bluetooth and I think line-in. What pushed me to get these is that I also plan to get a new soundbar for my living room to replace the garbage one I'm using now, and I wanted to use the speakers I purchased as satellite speakers for surround. The Bose SoundTouch 10s don't connect to their sound bar product, but the Play:1s do connect to the PlayBar/PlayBase. I plan on purchasing the SoundBase at the end of the year and hooking that up into my living room at some point. Then I'll have an optical-in and can start using it with my desktop/TV for gaming and YouTube. Oh how that'll be nice :)

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Wireless Speaker for Home

    Posted
    Justin
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    Great sounding speaker for the size. Gets pretty loud and fills up a small to medium size room well. I have five Play1s in my house and 1 Play5. I was going back and forth between wireless speakers and bluetooth speakers for my new home. I liked the cordless freedom of bluetooth speakers but didn't want to have to turn on/off the speakers every time I started and stopped listening to music. I was also tempted by the flexibility of bluetooth speakers, being able to move them and take them anywhere if I wanted. However, at the end of day, I was buying the speakers for home use and my main goals were music playback throughout the house, sound quality, convenience, and stability. That's where the Sonos Ecosystem shines. You can easily group and ungroup your Sonos speakers to play the same music throughout the house or separate music from each speaker (I primarily use Spotify Premium to stream music), the speakers sound great for the size (I recommend two Play1s in a Stereo Pair if possible, but they sound very good by themselves as well), I don't have to fiddle with power switches every time I want to listen to music (majority of the time), and I haven't had any issues with music dropping or trouble streaming (in comparison, bluetooth range is very limiting and connection would go in and out often when moving throughout the house). The Sonos iOS app works pretty well, but I do have some annoyances. For example, I often switch rooms and want to move the music I'm listening to into the current room while stopping it in the other room; you have to open up the app, select the room dropdown, hit Group, choose the new room, then hit Done. While this can be done pretty easily, it becomes a bit cumbersome when you switch rooms frequently. Spotify Connect through the Spotify app has/had a great functionality where I could just hit the play/pause button on a speaker and it would switch the music over to that speaker/room. This worked great as I could just hit the button when I walked into a room. Unfortunately since then, I've had issues with the Spotify app and it constantly switches speakers and restarts songs. Hopefully they fix this soon with an app update. Until then, I've gone back to using the Sonos App, but like I mentioned, it's a bit cumbersome with how I like to manage music playback. Amazon Echo support is supposed to be coming out this year which could make things a lot easier if you have bought into the smart home route. Cons: -Need Wifi network - having a bluetooth option like the Bose Soundtouch would be nice -Portability not the best - somewhat heavy, has to be plugged in and needs wifi -Hardware buttons on speaker are very limited in functionality - imo they can incorporate more functionality with a future software update -Price - quite a bit more expensive than some bluetooth options, what you are really paying for is the Sonos Ecosystem and experience Overall I'm very satisfied with the Play1 speaker. I have one in my Master bedroom, one in my kitchen, one in my bathroom, two in a stereo pair in my office, and one Play5 in my family room. The Play5 hands down sounds much better (richer/fuller). However, for the price and size the Play1s are great for most applications and smaller/mid-sized rooms.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great sound and great utility.

    Posted
    Rhostam
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    I bought this unit as demo. I wanted to check out the sound. Why do such a thing for such an expensive device? Well, I also have bought into Samsung's SmartThings Home Automation/ Smart Home platform. I needed a compatible speaker so that I could do announcements for event based triggers. Seems expensive just for that purpose, but I figured this "demo" plus use in my home automation would be a good way to decide whether or not I want to continue to spend on this platform. I want to ultimately replace my tired small Sound Bar now that I've bought my first home and don't have to worry about apartment neighbors. I'd like something movable and flexible. This product seems to fit that bill nicely. PROS: - Great Sound. - Easy to setup provided you have supported devices to do it. - Works great with SmartThings (provided SmartThings itself is working LOL) - There is a good API. Since they won't be supporting Universal Windows Platform (a major CON), at least I can use TheHomeRemote to design a custom app to control my device (and potential expanded system). I will still likely need to keep a lousy Android phone around to do other admin stuff, however. I knew full well what to expect when I bought this unit. There are many limitations, but I wanted to see if I could live with them. Here are my perceived cons: CONS: - While WIFI mesh communication between units is great idea, I think I'd prefer still the option to stream to the "system" via Bluetooth. It's convenient, doesn't require a controller app, etc. I get it's not the same and certainly not what they intend, but it's how I feel. I don't want to ask friends and guests to install the controller app whenever they want to play some music, for ex. If not Bluetooth, then at least Line-In on all of their models to accommodate for this. - Controller app is required for basically everything. - Controller app(s) are rather cluttered and I don't believe is as smooth to navigate as it should be. - Controller app for Windows 10 (desktop/ mobile) is not in the works and is not being considered at-all at this time. This means if you're a Microsoft person, you better settle for Win32 or own an iPhone/Android device to do stuff. This is based on an official reply to community requests on forums 4/15/2016 see (https://en.community.sonos.com/controllers-software-228995/windows-10-controller-6730901/index9.html#post16005816) - With their somewhat recent reduction in workforce and refusal to support new and emerging OS (Windows 10, notably), I'm concerned that their refocused effort to compete with Amazon Echo (i.e. voice control) and the like, will mean a much quicker end to support for existing products. These are pretty expensive speakers to be worrying about support any time soon. I remember when I bought my first JamBox before they became big... not long after they became popular and decided to build bigger units, they just dropped support for updating my model (which was one of the selling points behind the unit for me in addition to super portable audio). I didn't cry too much, I got it a super promotional price at AT&T when they debuted. Final word: I'll be researching competing solutions before considering any additional buys into this platform. If you're an Apple/ Android user, however, this system does pump out some great sound.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Couldn't even set up Play1, extremely buggy!

    Posted
    skifool
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    I'm a fairly technical person. I've been in systems/networking for 15+ years. The initial QuickStart setup failed so I called SONOS customer support. It took ~45 minutes to get a support technician on the phone. He was good and a decent fellow, but the remediation protocol consisted of factory reset, power cycle, un-plug, replug ethernet, uninstall, re-install application on the phone, etc. Several iterations of each. This feels like not even a "beta" product, but more of an "alpha" product. FYI, the QuickStart setup instructions are a simple 1-pager, with no further details. That leads one to believe that either a) this is a dead-simple and flawless product to set up or b) they are being eco friendly and provide the actual instructions online. I found theory A to be absolutely false. They may have good instructions online, but I didn't easily find them by searching Sonos' support site. I let the support guy off the phone once I seemingly was able to connect to the Play:1 speaker, and I thought i was in the clear. But then, it prompted me to update the firmware (a 30+ minute process, which ultimately failed). Mind you, I have this speaker hard-wired (cat 5e ethernet cable that came with the speaker) into my router, so we can't blame 804.11/WIFI protocols for the update or setup failure (note, some WIFI is not supported, e.g. 5 Ghz bands). Here's the rest of the message that I emailed to SONOS support (which I NEVER received a reply from): setup did not complete successfully. Once I was able to connect to the Play:1, and label it as "living room", the controller application prompted me that the firmware on the Play:1 needed to be updated before first use. I went through the wizard to update the firmware on the Play:1, and it downloaded and started to update the firmware. After several minutes, it gave me a message "update failed" (or similar). I was not able to connect to the speaker again after multiple attempts. It is still ethernet-wired into my router at this point. I also re-enabled the legacy 2.4 wifi on my FIOS router and connected my iPHONE to that network, which the Play:1 is also hard-wired ethernet to that router. I went through the factory-reset and tried to connect and setup the Play:1 as a new device to no avail. Multiple resets later, I can't connect to the speaker at all. I'm really disappointed. Sonos had come highly recommended to me, but this device I got is a buggy piece of excrement. I'm not going to bother trying to configure the second Play:1 I bought, I'm just going to return them both to Best Buy.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    WIFI AUDIO/NOT BLUEPOOP

    Posted
    masterfacialblaster
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    For those of you that are technically challenged this is WIFI AUDIO!, not bluetooth! Bluetooth sounds like caka! You don't carry these around. They stay in the room they are meant to, plugged into power...They sound 1000% better than bluetooth.If you wan't bad sound and speakers to carry around go buy a redbox...still sounds bad, but better than the pill or the other garbage products out there... But the real reason to buy Sonos is to build an audio network. I have a 5 and 2 ones...I plan on getting another 5 and maybe some 3s, but the 1s are almost as good at the 3s for much less so probably not. You can take a 5 and play it horizontal for stereo or vertical with another 5 for stereo pair, but for now I have a 5 with two ones on top of the 5 and facing outward in my studio....THESE BLOW AWAY THE OLD NS-10s and BLOW AWAY GENELECS for the price for a home studio, No point in spending more....You can play something different on each one or pair 2 or pair 3 or how ever many you want....You can have a basic eq, and separate volumes for all... SOUND IS AMAZING!!! BUT IF YOU CAN AFFORD TO GET ONE OR TWO FOR EACH ROOM AND PAIR ALL YOU HAVE FULL HOME WIFI AUDIO!!!!! FRICKIN AMAZING!!!! I am unsure about the 3s....and the woofer is too expensive and is open and loose, ok for home theater but I got my Sonos system for music...same wit the bar, probably for home theater....I would get 5's and 1's and put them in as many rooms as possible and you will have one of the best sounding systems out there, maybe Macintosh will sound better, but has no networking features and Bose, and any bluetooth falls short on quality!!!! The are hard, not cloth and easy to clean check ou my setup. Its really meant to be spread out in different rooms, but man this stuff sounds good!!!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great sound. Great utility.

    Posted
    Rhostam
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    I bought this unit as demo. I wanted to check out the sound. Why do such a thing for such an expensive device? Well, I also have bought into Samsung's SmartThings Home Automation/ Smart Home platform. I needed a compatible speaker so that I could do announcements for event based triggers. Seems expensive just for that purpose, but I figured this "demo" plus use in my home automation would be a good way to decide whether or not I want to continue to spend on this platform. I want to ultimately replace my tired small Sound Bar now that I've bought my first home and don't have to worry about apartment neighbors. I'd like something movable and flexible. This product seems to fit that bill nicely. PROS: - Great Sound. - Easy to setup provided you have supported devices to do it. - Works great with SmartThings (provided SmartThings itself is working LOL) - There is a good API. Since they won't be supporting Universal Windows Platform (a major CON), at least I can use TheHomeRemote to design a custom app to control my device (and potential expanded system). I will still likely need to keep a lousy Android phone around to do other admin stuff, however. I knew full well what to expect when I bought this unit. There are many limitations, but I wanted to see if I could live with them. Here are my perceived cons: CONS: - While WIFI mesh communication between units is great idea, I think I'd prefer still the option to stream to the "system" via Bluetooth. It's convenient, doesn't require a controller app, etc. I get it's not the same and certainly not what they intend, but it's how I feel. I don't want to ask friends and guests to install the controller app whenever they want to play some music, for ex. If not Bluetooth, then at least Line-In on all of their models to accommodate for this. - Controller app is required for basically everything. - Controller app(s) are rather cluttered and I don't believe is as smooth to navigate as it should be. - Controller app for Windows 10 (desktop/ mobile) is not in the works and is not being considered at-all at this time. This means if you're a Microsoft person, you better settle for Win32 or own an iPhone/Android device to do stuff. This is based on an official reply to community requests on forums 4/15/2016 see (https://en.community.sonos.com/controllers-software-228995/windows-10-controller-6730901/index9.html#post16005816) - With their somewhat recent reduction in workforce and refusal to support new and emerging OS (Windows 10, notably), I'm concerned that their refocused effort to compete with Amazon Echo (i.e. voice control) and the like, will mean a much quicker end to support for existing products. These are pretty expensive speakers to be worrying about support any time soon. I remember when I bought my first JamBox before they became big... not long after they became popular and decided to build bigger units, they just dropped support for updating my model (which was one of the selling points behind the unit for me in addition to super portable audio). I didn't cry too much, I got it a super promotional price at AT&T when they debuted. Final word: I'll be researching competing solutions before considering further buy into this platform. If you're an Apple/ Android user, however, this system does pump out some great sound.

    I would recommend this to a friend

What experts are saying

Rating: 4.3 out of 5 stars with 36 reviews

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The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about size, design, usability and reliability. Editors have mixed opinions about price. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 92/100 = Excellent quality.
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