What is a Sonos Boost?
The Sonos Boost is a device that creates a separate Wi-Fi network for connecting your Sonos speakers.
- You can plug a Sonos Boost into your Wi-Fi router, and it'll make a new network without traffic from any other devices.
- If your Sonos devices often skip or play out-of-sync with each other, you might want to consider setting up a Sonos Boost network.
The Sonos Boost is a Sonos Bridge alternative that promises to upgrade your wireless network in hopes of improving your Sonos system set-up.
For starters, the Boost will expand the reach of your multi-room audio system.
The Boost connects directly to your home router and sets up a dedicated network for your Sonos wares to link up through.
Sonos reckons its new kit can extend your wireless range by up to 50 per cent.
“No matter the strength of your internet connection at home, rock-solid wireless is our standard,” Sonos explained.
“That’s why – alongside making Sonos even easier to get started last month with our new Wi-Fi setup – we also introduced the Sonos Boost.”
The Boost also comes packing three antennas that help reduce interference from other wireless tech you might have around the house.
If your Sonos sound system is already working fine and dandy then you won’t need this, but if your Bridge isn’t re-routing seamless audio to your Sonos products then you might find the Boost quite useful.
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