The Sonos niche has always been multi-room audio. You could group any number of Sonos speakers together, provided they were all connected to the same Wi-Fi network, and have them all playing the same soundtrack throughout the house. Or a different song could be playing on each speaker. It was all controlled through an app on your phone, too. Read more at Gear PatrolHERE.
It was all controlled through an app on your phone, too. The other big selling point of Sonos was its speakers were — and still are — essentially future-proof. They were infinitely updatable, via software patches, so when you purchased a Sonos speaker, you knew you’d have it for years to come.