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It's a Snap ...


No, really, it is ...

Sonos is designed to work right out of the box. Of course, that's often easier said than done, but setting up the components and software is a fairly straightforward process, and shouldn't take more than half an hour, tops. But if you need advice or troubleshooting help, ask for it here.

Here's how to set up the equipment components:


Step one: Hook speakers up to your ZonePlayer. If you're using an amplified ZP100, these don't need to be powered speakers, and will attach with standard speaker wire. If you've got a ZP80, you'll need to attach speakers that have their own power system, or attach the unit to an amplifier or home entertainment system. Power up your ZonePlayer.

Step two: Connect your first ZonePlayer to your network. While Sonos is a wireless system, the initial network connection needs to be hardwired. Use a standard Ethernet cable to connect the ZonePlayer to your network's router.

Step three: Set up your system. Install your Sonos desktop software, and you'll be prompted to set up the rest of your system, including your ZonePlayers and Controller.

More info on installing Sonos software.


See also:

Sonos System Components

Sonos Setup and Use


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