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SONOS BRIDGE Instant Set-up Solution for SONOS Wireless Network (BR100)

SONOS BRIDGE Instant Set-up Solution for SONOS Wireless Network (BR100)



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The instant setup solution for your Sonos delivers deep, crystal clear HiFi sound.

Connect the BRIDGE to your router and all Sonos players can go anywhere and work wirelessly. It’s the ideal solution for setting up Sonos when your router isn’t in a room where you want music. With Sonos experience your favorite music from the only wireless music system that combines warm, full-bodied sound with a powerful wireless network 100 percent devoted to streaming HiFi sound without dropouts.


Once the BRIDGE is connected to your router and your Sonos wireless network is set up, you can add Sonos players wirelessly wherever you want music.


The BRIDGE has a two-port Ethernet switch to bring standard Internet connectivity to your set-top box, DVR, PC, Game Console, or NAS drive.

Humidity resistant to operate flawlessly in high-humidity environments, such as in a bathroom with a running shower.

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Play Anything

Hardware and software custom-designed by Sonos to produce rich, powerful HiFi sound that’s crystal clear at any volume.

Any Device

Play music from any device stored on your Android* smartphone or tablet, iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch wirelessly to your Sonos system.

Control Every Room

Play the same song in every room, in perfect sync– or play different music in every room–from any source.

*Music downloaded through Google Play must still be synced to your computer.


1. Connect Home Network Wirelessly connect your Sonos speaker to a BRIDGE or another Sonos device. Or you can connect your Sonos speaker directly to your home internet router.


2. Plug In Your Speaker To get started, plug the Sonos speaker in to the nearest power outlet.


3. Get The Sonos App The Sonos Controller App lets you connect and configure new devices, including the Sonos speaker. You can download the app for Android, iPhone, iPad, Mac, PC.

What’s in the box:
  • AC Power Cord
  • Ethernet Cable
  • Warranty and Regulatory Booklet
  • Quickstart Guide
What you need:
  • Broadband internet connection
  • One Sonos component wired to router
  • Sonos Controller App downloaded to one of the following platforms (to setup the system and control music streaming services;system requirements subject to change): Windows XP SP3, Macintosh OSX (10.6 or higher) iOS 4.0 or later. Android 2.1 or later
Detailed Specifications:
Power Supply

AC 120/240V, 50-60Hz, auto-switchable

Connect Button

Automatic wired or wireless setup of the Sonos System

Front Panel Light

Indicates BRIDGE status and Mute status

Dimensions (H x W x D)

1.61 x 4.33 x 4.33 in. (41 x 110 x 110 mm)


0.59 lb (270 gr)

Operating Temperature

32°F to 104°F (0°C to 40°C)

Storage Temperature

4°F to 158°F (-20°C to 70°C)

Product Finish

White / high-quality polycarbonate material

Technology Comparison Chart
Key Features SONOS HiFi Airplay Bluetooth
Expandable, multi-room sound system
Dedicated wireless network for no stutters, stops, or drops
Combine music from your MP3’s, music services, and internet radio
Independent room control
Synchronized songs in every room
Greater than 30ft wireless range
Flexible wireless control from multiple devices (iOS, android)
Play iTunes direct from your iOS device
Play music stored on your Android smartphone or tablet

  • Connects to your router so Sonos players can go anywhere in your home
  • Only required if your router is not in a place where you want to put a Sonos player
  • Extends the wireless range of your Sonos system
  • The Sonos system allows you to stream your music wirelessly to Sonos speakers throughout your home

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What customers say about SONOS BRIDGE Instant Set-up Solution for SONOS Wireless Network (BR100)?

  1. 131 of 138 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A Bold New Way to Listen to Music, July 13, 2010
    Matthew Schenker (Western Massachusetts) –

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    A few months ago, I decided to upgrade my music system. I began looking at CD “jukeboxes” that could load my entire collection. Along the way, I discovered the world of wireless music systems, and began researching them. Sonos seemed to be well-received, so I finally made the decision to purchase a ZoneBridge and a ZonePlayer 120. This setup has fulfilled every expectation I had for a new music system, and more. It’s an easy and pleasant way to listen to music you already own, and to discover new music.

    Below is my review of all the main benefits I see to this amazing system.

    1. System Setup
    Sonos offers many hardware options, but they all have a few things in common. A Sonos ZoneBridge connects to your computer – it “indexes” music on your hard drive and connects to the Internet for music services (more on that later), then it beams all this to a ZonePlayer, which is hooked up to speakers somewhere else in your home. It creates a wireless network dedicated just to music and does not interfere with other wireless devices. You can add more ZonePlayers, and they all pick up the same wireless signal and allow you to listen to your collection in multiple locations throughout your home.

    The ZonePlayer 120 has standard jacks for directly connecting speakers. You can also hook up an ethernet cable, if you want to stream music through a wire instead of using the wireless signal. Finally, the ZonePlayer 120 allows you to connect an analog device using standard RCA cables. For my setup, I just hooked up two speakers.

    To get ready for this system, you must rip all your physical CDs into a music library. This is the most time-consuming part of the process. But there is nothing unusual here. You can use iTunes to rip CDs into your library, just as you normally would. To get the best sound quality from the Sonos system, you should rip everything using “Apple lossless” format (instead of MP3). This is really easy to do in iTunes. Lossless is not required (you can use MP3s if you want) , but it’s better because you’ll get CD-quality sound.

    After you rip all your CDs into an iTunes library, you run the Sonos “Desktop Controller,” which comes free with Sonos systems. This is one of the easiest and most intuitive software applications I’ve ever used. Just tell it to set up your music library. It finds your iTunes collection and “indexes” it in the Sonos system. Depending on the size of your collection, this may take a little while. With my collection of about 400 CDs, indexing takes about three minutes.

    After that, there is an automated process where the software “locates” your ZoneBridge and ZonePlayer. On your computer screen, it literally shows a picture of the devices with arrows pointing at the buttons you need to press. In less than five minutes (seriously) the Sonos Desktop Controller can have the whole system done and ready to go.

    Other than that, you just decide whether you want to use one of Sonos’ remote controllers, or get the free Sonos app which runs on the iPhone or iPod Touch. I use the free app, and it it works great: I turn on the iPod Touch, click the “Sonos” icon, then scan my entire music collection and play anything, within a few seconds.

    2. The Listening Experience
    Of course, easy set up does not matter if the system doesn’t sound good. Well, Sonos sounds great. The music that plays through the ZonePlayer is CD quality (remember to rip in Apple lossless format). It’s as simple as that.

    There is about a three-second wait time when you first click on the icon on your controller, as the Sonos systems starts up. But after that, you can run through your collection without delay. I like how my music collection is suddenly organized alphabetically by artist, album, or track names. If you’re like me and have a large collection, this indexing of your music is itself a great improvement over looking through hundreds of CDs for the one you want! Of course, the accuracy of your index relies on the album and artist data you provide when ripping your CDs into your iTunes library.

    Once the music starts to play, it just works. I’ve never had interruptions due to wireless connection problems. While the music plays, you see album artwork on your controller, plus the standard play/pause/forward/rewind functions we’re all accustomed to. You can also create playlists.

    3. Music Discovery
    Of course, having your entire music collection easily accessible is great. But the Sonos system goes much further. I was pleasantly surprised after I started using my Sonos system to see some excellent music discovery options I had not known about before.

    Through the Sonos system, you can access Pandora (the free Internet radio service) and play it through your stereo speakers.

    You can also access radio stations from around the world and play them…

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  2. 47 of 53 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Good for extending Sonos system. Also works as a wired access point for wifi network., January 17, 2010
    dblhoya (Washington, DC) –

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    I initially bought this because my router and my stereo were on opposite sides of my living room. It worked great and didn’t take up much room at all. After I moved, I was able to attach one of the ZonePlayers directly to the stereo, and I discovered I could use the ZoneBridge as an access point to provide wired ethernet ports at the other end of my house from my wireless router. I have a wired network printer that I can now put anywhere I want and use over the wireless network. Considering the price of other products designed specifically for this purpose, it’s actually a pretty good deal for that as well! Since other reviews make it clear that it works well for its intended function, I thought I would mention this unexpected bonus feature.

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  3. 66 of 78 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Limited wireless range, September 12, 2010
    Cosmic Renardo (Zurich, Switzerland) –

    This review is from: SONOS BRIDGE Instant Set-up Solution for SONOS Wireless Network (BR100) (Electronics)

    I bought a bridge and a player in order to play my iTunes music library from my computer (which is in a basement office) to powered speakers set up on our outdoor patio. The actual distance between the bridge/router and the player is maybe 30 meters but I live in Switzerland where houses typically have brick or concrete internal walls. The wireless signal reached the outdoor player at first but dropped out after a few minutes. After that, the player couldn’t be located on the system. I tried moving it around to places where it might better “see” the signal but with no effect. I brought it inside to the living room and it worked only if the player was right beside an open door. Here the distance from the bridge is maybe 20 meters. If I put it beside my stereo in order to use my stereo’s speakers, it’s invisible, I assume because the stereo is in a corner of the room that creates a “shadow” where the wireless can’t reach. So I guess I’ll have to wire up a network connection to the player and forget about the wireless, which is why I bought the system in the first place.

    Also, to connect computer speakers to a Sonos player requires a special cinch adapter that you need to buy separately. That was not really explained anywhere on the website.

    After reading a lot of the positive reviews and visiting the company website, I was under the impression that the Sonos wireless system was somehow more powerful than the wireless signal in my existing system. But I would say it’s actually a weaker signal, since I can easily use my laptop wirelessly on my balcony but the Sonos system doesn’t transmit that far.

    So take all the “easiest to use” stuff with a grain of salt. Once again, if you’re not a real techie, these solutions are rarely as easy to use as many claim, in my opinion. And to those hoping to have wireless connectivity in a building with thick walls, be forewarned that you may need to invest additional money either in an extra bridge unit or forget about wireless and go for a wired solution using network cables.

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  4. Hello

    Here is a DVR that will work perfectly for you.


    Most DVR’s and cameras don’t have the ability to view from your i-phone, and you cant just download generic software all DVR’s and cameras uses different encryption , software, and compression so you cant use another companies software to view another manufactures DVR.

    You want a DVR that has an app specifically designed to work with it like the one I am suggesting below.

    What you want is a DVR a DVR converts analog cameras and as well as storing images on site allows you to distribute video over LAN and WAN networks. (internet and network) this way you have both on site storage and recording at your house.

    A good Analog DVR will do what you are looking for and not only display them but record them as well they will also allow you to view them over the internet from a Iphone or laptop.

    X4S Remote Accessibility
    View all your cameras instantly and remotely, and configure the DVR through internet using eitherbusiness in real time from anywhere in the world. MAC or PC platforms (smart phones too). This allows you to manage your

    Many people have a misconception that IP has Superior scalability then Analog but with the advancements with DVR’s this simply isn’t true, you cn do up to 16,000 cameras each camera could even be from a different DVR and a different site.

    And when you are using the internet to connect multiple sites together analog transmits over the internet faster with less latency using less bandwidth allowing you not only to view and monitor a situation real time but also effective control PTZ cameras.

    What is the Advantage of IP?
    Many of the so called advantages of IP simply don’t hold water in the real world, IP is mainly Hype and marketing and outside of a few niche applications such as 1 or 2 camera installs, where MP cameras are needed or large scale wireless projects which represent about 2% of the total CCTV market, IP has very few advantages compared to analog based on performance, cost and reliability. (yet all companies touting IP will often use MP cameras to demonstrate the advantages of IP)

    IP video is more about marketing then it is about performance as larger companies like Bosch pelco Honeywell axis can change for both hardware and software and once you use there cameras you have to keep using there cameras unlike analog.

    Also IP sounds great, plug and play, Better image quality, use existing infrastructure, who wouldn’t want that unfortunately this is often not the case.

    IP cameras are based on CMOS
    Analog cameras are based on CCD (usually)

    A CMOS sensor is constructed using a array of pixels, but unlike CCD’s CMOS do not have a capacitor to store the charge for each pixel.The rows of pixels are activated sequentially rather then individually

    In short unless you have perfect lighting a good CCD camera will outperform an equivalent CMOS camera.

    File Size:
    The smaller the files size the more images that are able to be sent and the faster they can be processed improving both FPS and speed. File size is the heart of any DVR and goes far beyond just its streaming capabilities as it also determines the recoding storage time, how much you can back up at once, how fast it renders and searches video.

    IP cameras have up to a 5X larger file size then analog cameras. (at same resolution) I have seen MP cameras that on 2MP resolution are over 300X (%3000) larger then our X3 DVR on a CIF image. This is an extreme case but generally speaking IP cameras have a much larger file size.

    Most routers and switches are not designed to handle IP cameras they have enough bandwidth but they are not able to process the amounts of commands. (9 IP cameras 30FP is 230 instructions per second) standard routers have enough bandwidth (up to 1GB) but cant handle the amount of tasks (instructions) so frames get dropped latency is introduced and the effectiveness of other devices such as POS, printers and dats storage can be affected and compromised.

    Don’t get me wrong there are some brutal analog cameras and DVR out there but If you see a good D1 resolution image such as Ascendents Hardware compressed you will not be so quick to join the IP bandwagon.

    IP is a young and emerging technology and I have no doubt that in the future it will outperform analog cameras but its not a mature technology yet. Once we start to get standard IP platforms, get rid of license fees’ and existing networks have larger bandwidths then IP video will be a good solution, but until then analog is the way to go.

    Make sure you get good cameras as well, Ascendent has the best IR outdoor cameras on the market and are about %50 less then Bosch while offering triple the distance.


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