The Sonos BOOST wireless bridge helps make sure that weak Wi-Fi never gets in the way of your Sonos music. Some homes just don’t get good Wi-Fi. Others have so many wireless devices vying for bandwidth they can bog down the network, and make everything sluggish. Still others struggle when they’re asked to broadcast signals to remote rooms. If any of these Wi-Fi issues sound familiar, BOOST can help your Sonos system stream music flawlessly.
Simple, one-button setup
Creates a separate, dedicated wireless network for your Sonos system
Eliminates interference from other wireless devices
Streams music wirelessly with superior reliability
Three internal antennas broadcast in all directions—even through walls and ceilings
Control with the free Sonos Controller app on your iPhone and iPad
What’s in the Box
AC power cord
Quick start guide
Power Source: AC
Height: 1.3 in./3.3 cm
Length: 4.5 in./11.5 cm
Width: 4.5 in./11.5 cm
Weight: 6.74 oz./191 g
Operating System: OS X v10.9 and later, Windows 7 and later, iOS 8.0 and later, Android 4.0 and later, NAS devices supporting CIFS
Mfr. Part Number: BOOSTUS1
UPC or EAN No.: 878269000853
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Warranty: One year
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Answers from the community
Can my Time Capsule serve the same purpose as this? If not what does this offer that I can't get with my Time Capsule?
- Asked by Michelle T from YPSILANTI
- on Oct 14, 2016
Can I get Local FM stations on the Sonos Boost?
- Asked by Mark M from Fortuna
- on Oct 5, 2016
No. This product is meant to create a wireless mesh network specifically for Sonos speakers. It help No. This product is meant to create a wireless mesh network specifically for Sonos speakers. It helps in home environments where an existing Wi-Fi connection may not adequately connect all Sonos speakers. It has the advantage of cutting out most wireless interference for a better connection. Sonos itself offers select FM stations through music sources available within the Sonos application.
- Answered by Thomas L from Portland
- on Oct 31, 2016
Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
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