Sonos ONE Smart Speaker - Black

Sonos	One Smart Speaker - Black
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Boasting the same, brilliant, room-filling sound quality as the other Sonos speakers you know and love, the Sonos One steps things up a notch with future-ready voice control built in. So you can enjoy surprisingly rich music and audio now and eventually, control your wireless multi-room Sonos system with simple, intuitive voice controls.

Proven Design

The Sonos One has been built using the same blueprints of the Sonos PLAY:1. Featuring Class-D amps and custom drivers built specifically for the speakers unique acoustic design, resulting in rich, room-filling and balanced sound.

42 Streaming Services

Sonos now features up to 42 music and streaming services including Apple Music, Spotify, Google Play Music, Soundcloud and more. Sonos also provide software updates over time when new services are added to ensure existing speakers are able to access all of the latest services.

Multi-Room Listening

Like its predecessors, the Sonos One can connect via your Wi-Fi network to other Sonos speakers and products throughout your home. Allowing you to expand and modify your home audio system as you see fit. With the Sonos PLAYBAR, you can even set up a wireless home theatre system.

Customise Your Audio Setup

Create a wide spread stereo image with two Sonos Ones as a stereo pair, add rich, deep bass with the Sonos SUB, pair with your PLAYBAR or PLAYBASE for an epic home theatre surround sound experience without the hassle of speaker cables.

All Product Details
Brand Sonos
Product Type Smart Speaker
Model Number ONEG2AU1BLK
  • Ethernet Port
Height 161 mm
Width 120 mm
Depth 120 mm
Product Weight 1.85kg
Manufacturers 12 Months
Sonos ONE Smart Speaker - Black is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 8003.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Reason to avoid Sonos Sonos removed the "play from device" function in the Sonos app. That, and given that we have the Play:1, means we can no longer directly play music that is locally stored on our devices via our Sonos speakers (without some overly complicated, indirect route). While Sonos will never acknowledge it, we have no doubt this was a move to push its customers into purchasing new hardware, which supports AirPlay, using the ruse that the evolution of iOS renders the engineering of this function impossible. Not only has Apple disputed that claim, we aren't playing a game of, effectively, planned obsolescence to push customers into buying more of your hardware. Given that the ability to play locally stored music was the entire reason behind our purchase, we're off to another platform.
Date published: 2019-11-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Close to being real nice. I have several of the Amazon Echo throughout the house, I was hoping this would be a significantly better device. The day I receive the device I was eager to use it and connect it to my phone via Bluetooth, only to find that it does not allow for Bluetooth connection. Crazy. Also, it is next to impossible to get this thing to recognize my voice while playing a song, which is extremely frustrating. My Alexa devices are significantly better at hearing what I'm saying. It's true that the sound quality on this is better than the Amazon Alexa. With some tweaking this could be an awesome device. Unfortunately those couple problems don't make up for the superior sound. Fairly disappointed.
Date published: 2017-12-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I'm a sonos user for six years. It doesn't work Multiple sonos units simply don't work. I've been using it frustratingly for 6 years. I update my software regularly but rooms constantly drop out. It can't play bbc radio (support have been telling me for years they will fix it but it's the BBC's problem). Every time I go to relax and listen to something around the house something is wrong...rooms have disappeared. Being a bloke I then spend all evening trying (and again failing) to fix it. Then an hour during office hours on the phone to support. Fully tedious. It's a great idea but unlike a vintage car that lives on an AA van i can't sell it now. Buy a decent stereo and Bluetooth your phone into it!!
Date published: 2017-12-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not quite there yet... I have an ever growing Sonos system which I regularly use to move music around the house. I was very excited to add the Alexa voice control ability. But with the critical short fall (no voice activated grouping capability) I have to search for my phone to operate the system anyway. Alexa is nearly worthless to me without grouping. She is my first dissappointment from Sonos. Grouping has always been a prime selling point for Sonos. I'm disgusted that this wasn't included at roll out and concerned for the future of my system if this is lack of professionalism to be the new Sonos approach. Please repair it quickly to restore your good reputation.
Date published: 2017-11-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from If you already have Alexa, go with the Play1 First, this thing puts off great sound. It's amazing how it can fill a room, large or small. I'm very happy with the sound quality. That said, I already have a few Echo dots, this was kind of a bonus for another room. Alexa on the One is spotty to say the least. There are commands that you can do on the Dot that the One can't handle. I also find myself screaming at the thing if music is playing because the mic picks up so poorly. I have bought a few Play 1's since this purchase, and I wish I never bought the One to begin with. It's just not quite there yet and I'm not happy with it. Save yourself the hassle (and money!) and go with the Play 1!
Date published: 2018-01-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Thought it would be better... Still can't get the SONOS 1 to work with Alexa. It shows up in the Alexa App and every time I try to use Alexa she says I don't have those skills assigned, but I do because it works with all my other devices. It says to add it in the Alexa app, but it is already there. This is really frustrating. It can tell me the time and weather and that is about it. My news briefings don't work, my music apps like Spotify, Pandora, Sirius XM all don't work it is pretty useless to listen to music unless I use the Sonos App and try that, but it constantly skips music and doesn't work that well. Really disappoined in this SONOS product. The help online and in the app are useless.
Date published: 2018-09-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Unacceptable Customer Treatment: Avoid Sonos products! I bought a set of Play:1 speakers so I could wirelessly play my iTunes music from my iPhone, as well as streaming services, and it all worked brilliantly, at first. Then, without any notice to users that I'm aware of, Sonos sneakily disabled the AirPlay functionality on the Play:1 for some reason (but it's still available on other models??). When you call customer service, the "solution" they offer is a complicated workaround like using Google Play Music. Or they recommend pay services which, of course, they do accommodate. I would never have bought these speakers if I had known I couldn't stream my iTunes music to them.
Date published: 2020-01-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from tricky set up, but worth it! It took three evenings to figure out the problem with set up. All emails must be the same, your amazon account, your alexa app and the sonos app. If any of those vary, you will not get Alexa to stream music, although she can tell you the weather and keep your grocery list! Once we figured out the problem, we could not change the email address on the alexa app, so had to uninstall it and then reinstall it. it is crazy confusing and we were on the verge of giving up, but finally resolved it and it sounds amazing. Happy to have hung in there. Sonos needs to work on this, less determined people will give up.
Date published: 2017-12-07
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