Multi-Room Music System, BU250 Multiroom Music System

Enjoying the music files from the PC or networked hard drive at any place of the house can be done through the wireless networking capability of the BU250 Multiroom Music System. It is the best in its class of wireless technology for multi-room music. It comes with two Sonos ZonePlayers and one Sonos Controller. The Sonos Controller is a wireless handheld controller that presents a 3.5 inch full color LCD screen with adjustable direct LED backlight. This controller has the capacity to control up to16 devices in the home. It facilitates an instant access and easy browsing of PC music library as well as providing access to more than 25,000 free Internet radio stations and the most popular online music services to play. With the Sonos Controller, one can have an independent control of each ZonePlayer. Listening music all over your house from an IPod or CD is likewise possible by simply connecting the ZonePlayers to favorite audio sources. This connection is done by simply connecting the ZonePlayer 90 (ZP90) to the home theater or stereo and put ZonePlayer 120 (ZP120) with built-in amplifier to any place convenient for the user.

Obviously, the two Sonos ZonePlayers have different functions. The Sonos ZonePlayer 90 allows playing of all desired music through any audio equipment like home theater receiver, stereo system, powered speakers and more. On the other hand, the Sonos ZonePlayer is an advanced digital amplifier that is able to deliver quality sound. Considering that the amplifier is built-in, connection to stereo for music playback is no longer needed. Music playback can be fully enjoyed by simply connecting the ZP 120 to the computer and excellent choice of speakers. Both Sonos ZonePlayers have superb wireless range such that no room in the house can be out of reach.

Posted 2010-09-10 and updated on Sep 30, 2010 10:27pm by richard opinion

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