Hmmm, audio streaming is catching on these days as the amount of content available gets more and more by the minute, not to mention the easy availability of hardware. After all, streaming audio from one room to another also helps save costs in a household, since you no longer need to purchase separate audio playback units or devices for individual rooms. Sonos knows this, and plans to leverage on such an idea in the form of the Sonos Wireless Dock, which otherwise goes by its model number WD100. This will function as an accessory to the award-winning Sonos Multi-Room Music System, letting you play all of your favorite music from an iPod or iPhone in every room of the house. Let us see what the Sonos Wireless Dock offers in the extended post.
Available from the end of next month onwards for $119, the Sonos Wireless Dock is certainly worth looking into. According to Phil Abram, President, Sonos, Inc., “The Sonos Wireless Dock is the perfect accessory for our music loving customers who own an iPod or iPhone and want to enjoy the music stored on them in any or every room of the home. This new dock reinforces our mission to provide our customers with access to all of the music on the planet, including everything available on an iPod and iPhone in the home.”
Capable of accessing virtually all of your digital music collection that is stored on an iPhone or iPod, the Sonos Wireless Dock will be able to send those sans wires to other Sonos ZonePlayers all throughout your entire home. Of course, before it is played, all music will be converted to analog so that your ears are guaranteed the best possible audio quality. Just how many iDevices would the Sonos Wireless Dock be compatible with? Well, they are the iPod touch (1st, 2nd, and 3rd generation), iPod classic, iPod nano (3rd, 4th, and 5th generation), iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G and iPhone, and has also gone through the Apple certification process to meet Apple performance standards.