If you own the Sonos speaker system, you’re probably in love with it. However, the one downside to this sound system is that it’s not equipped with Bluetooth streaming. Thankfully, Boy Genius Report has found an affordable accessory that fixes this issue. Find out more from BGR and shop below:
What’s the one thing everyone wishes Sonos would add to its best-in-class wireless music system? Yup, it’s obviously Bluetooth streaming. Sonos supports more streaming music sources than any other wireless speaker system on the market, but the lack of Bluetooth means there are some music sources that will never be supported. Well, they’ll never be supported unless you buy this simple $30 accessory, that it. With the AUKEY Bluetooth Transmitter and Receiver, you can plug it into the aux-in jack on your Sonos Play:5, Sonos Connect, or Sonos Connect:Amp to instantly add Bluetooth music streaming support to every speaker of your Sonos system.
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It’s designed with a helpful transmitter mode feature, which wirelessly streams audio from even non-Bluetooth TV, home stereo systems, or CD players to your Bluetooth headphones or speakers. Alternatively, you can switch the gadget to receiver mode, which wirelessly streams audio from your Bluetooth-enabled phone, tablet, or computer to your wired stereo, speakers, or headphones.
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