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Sonos ZonePlayer 90 (ZP90)


$384.00 Released April, 2005

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Initial setup is quick and easy - software component provides simple navigation of compatible devices and content types. IPhone app peripheral further simplifies operations - combines remote controllability with audio streaming. Works very well with all leading radio applications - Rhapsody, Pandora and Last.fm are seamlessly integrated.

The Cons:Radio support is somewhat limited - locational requirement limits the number of natively supported stations to local broadcasters only. Must be hard-wired to existing home network - causes many user disadvantages not experienced with units from Squeezebox and Netgear. May be difficult to fully sync with iTunes - DRM-protected music limits the amount of material that can be sent across a network.

Sonos' ZonePlayer ZP90 is a small-size media player meant to be used in conjunction with a wide-array of audio equipment. The ZonePlayer ZP90 connects through wireless technology to almost any amplified audio device and features a wide signal range.

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It comes equipped with digital and analog output and a Sonos Desktop Controller for simple set-up and access. The ZP90 also hosts automatic updates for new music services and essential features. The main difference the next generation Sonos players have over their predecessors is improved wireless technology that doubles the range.

Features:

  • Small size
  • Wi-fi technology
  • Wide signal range
  • Digital and analog output
  • Sonos Desktop Controller
  • Automatic music service and feature updates

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    Initial setup is quick and easy - software component provides simple navigation of compatible devices and content types

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    iPhone app peripheral further simplifies operations - combines remote controllability with audio streaming

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    Works very well with all leading radio applications - Rhapsody, Pandora and Last.fm are seamlessly integrated

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    Streaming quality is consistent and reliable - reliable internet connection provides long-lasting playback with little to no intermittence

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    Radio support is somewhat limited - locational requirement limits the number of natively supported stations to local broadcasters only

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    Must be hard-wired to existing home network - causes many user disadvantages not experienced with units from Squeezebox and Netgear

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    May be difficult to fully sync with iTunes - DRM-protected music limits the amount of material that can be sent across a network

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