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«November 2015 ©2004-2015 by Sonos, Inc. All rights reserved. Sonos PLAY:3® The PLAY:3 is the most versatile Sonos wireless speaker that lets you ...»

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November 2015 ©2004-2015 by Sonos, Inc. All rights reserved.

Sonos PLAY:3® The PLAY:3 is the most versatile Sonos wireless speaker that lets you use any Sonos controller to control and enjoy all the music you want all over your home (see “The Sonos App” for more information).

• Three custom-designed drivers (two mid-range and one tweeter), each with a dedicated amplifier.

• Position vertically or horizontally—software automatically adjusts the sound to ensure best performance.

• Works seamlessly with the complete range of Sonos products.

New to Sonos?

It takes just a few steps to get your Sonos system up and running—simply follow the setup instructions packaged with your PLAY:3. Once you’ve got it set up, you can add additional Sonos products any time.

Adding to an existing Sonos system?

Sonos can be easily expanded room by room. You can turn directly to “Adding to an Existing Sonos System” if you are adding a PLAY:3 to an existing Sonos system.

2 Product Guide Your Home Network To access music services, Internet radio, and any digital music stored on your computer or Network-Attached

Storage (NAS) device, your home network must meet the following requirements:

Home network requirements Note: Your network must have a high-speed Internet connection, as the Sonos system is designed to provide you with free, online software updates. Your Sonos system must be registered to receive these updates so be sure to register during the setup process. We do not share your e-mail address with other companies.

• High-speed DSL/Cable modem, or fiber-to-the-home broadband connection for proper playback of Internet-based music services. (If your Internet service provider only offers Satellite Internet access, you may experience playback issues due to fluctuating download rates.)

• If your modem is not a modem/router combination and you want to take advantage of Sonos' automatic online updates, or stream music from an Internet-based music service, you must install a router in your home network. If you do not have a router, purchase and install one before proceeding. If you are going to use the Sonos Controller App on an Android™ or iOS device, or you are setting up Sonos wirelessly, you will need a wireless router. Please visit our website at http://faq.sonos.com/apps for more information.

Note: Sonos communicates over a 2.4GHz home network supporting 802.11  b/g/n wireless technology. 5GHz networks are not supported in a completely wireless Sonos setup.

• Connect a Sonos BRIDGE, BOOST™ or player to your router if:

• You have a larger home where the WiFi performance isn’t reliable and you want to strengthen the wireless performance of your Sonos system.

• Your WiFi network is already in high demand with streaming video and web surfing and you want to create a separate wireless network exclusively for your Sonos speakers.

• Your home network is 5GHz only (not switchable to 2.4GHz).

• For best results, you should connect the computer or NAS drive that contains your personal music library collection to your home network router using an Ethernet cable.

Sonos PLAY:3

The Sonos App

You can use the free Sonos app with any compatible device, including:

• Sonos app (Android)—Android 2.2 and higher; certain features require later versions. (Standard wireless setup is only supported on Android 2.3 or 4.0 and higher.) Touch the Play Store or Market button on your Android device to download the free Sonos app from Google Play.

• Sonos app (iOS)—iPhone, iPad and iPod touch running iOS 7.0 and higher; certain features may require later versions. Touch the App Store button on your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad to download the free Sonos app, or download the application from iTunes®. (If you download from iTunes, you will need to sync before you see the Sonos logo display on your device.)





• Sonos app (PC)—Windows® XP SP3 and higher; certain features require later versions. (Standard wireless setup is only supported on Windows 7 and higher.)  Download from our website at www.sonos.com/support/downloads.

• Sonos app (Mac)—Macintosh® OS X 10.7 and higher  Download from our website at www.sonos.com/support/downloads.

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PLAY:3 Back Threaded mounting hole The Sonos PLAY:3 has an integrated mounting hole on the back of the unit so 1/4 inch  it can be wall-mounted if desired (mounting bracket not included.) See “Wall 20-thread Mounting the PLAY:3” for more information.

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Selecting a Location You can locate the Sonos PLAY:3 just about anywhere. Its compact size makes it easy to place the PLAY:3 on

the kitchen counter, or take it out to the patio with you. For maximum enjoyment, we have a few guidelines:

• The PLAY:3 can be positioned either horizontally or vertically to accommodate the desired space—the EQ (audio equalization) will automatically adjust to create the best possible sound when the orientation is changed.

• The PLAY:3 is designed to work well even when placed next to a wall or other surface. For optimum performance, maintaining more than 1 inch (2.5 cm) clearance around the back of the unit is recommended.

• Care should be taken if placing the Sonos PLAY:3 close to an older CRT (cathode ray tube) television. If you notice any discoloration or distortion of your picture quality, simply move the PLAY:3 further from the television.

• The PLAY:3 is not water-resistant. Don’t leave it outside during a rain storm or position it near water.

Wall Mounting the PLAY:3

The Sonos PLAY:3 has a standard 1/4”-20 threaded mounting socket. If desired, you can easily wall mount your PLAY:3 using a suitable mounting bracket (not included). Simply choose a location that’s close to an electrical outlet, taking care to avoid heat, steam, dripping water or hidden wiring, and follow the instructions included with the mounting bracket.

Note: Be sure the wall mount bracket you purchase will support at least 10lbs. (4.5 kgs).

Sonos PLAY:3

Adding to an Existing Sonos System Once you’ve got your Sonos music system set up, you can easily add more Sonos products any time (up to 32).

If your house has structured (built-in) network wiring, you can make a wired connection to the new Sonos product(s). If you don’t have structured network wiring, our built-in wireless technology is ideal for you.

1. Select a location for your PLAY:3 (see “Selecting a Location” for optimal placement guidelines.)

2. Attach the power cord to the PLAY:3, and apply power. Be sure to push the power cord firmly into the back of the PLAY:3 until it is flush with the back of the unit.

Note: If you want to make a wired connection, connect a standard Ethernet cable from your router or another Sonos product (or a live network wall plate if you have built-in wiring) to an Ethernet switch connection on the back of the new Sonos product.

3. Choose one of the following options:

• Using a handheld Sonos controller: Select Add a Player or SUB from the Settings menu and follow the on-screen prompts to add this product to your Sonos system.

• Using the Sonos Controller for Mac or PC: Select Add a Player or SUB from the Manage menu and follow the prompts to add this product to your Sonos system.

Thick walls, 2.4 GHz cordless telephones, or the presence of other wireless devices can interfere with or block the wireless network signals from your Sonos system. If you experience difficulty after positioning a Sonos product, try one or more of the following resolutions—relocate the Sonos product; change the wireless channel your music system is operating on; connect a Sonos product to your router if your setup is currently wireless. See “Basic Troubleshooting” for additional information.

Tuning the Sound For Your Room (Trueplay™) While you can locate Sonos speakers just about anywhere, the size and shape of your room and the objects in it can distort your speaker’s sound. To ensure a speaker sounds right no matter where you place it, Sonos speakers include Trueplay. If you have an iPhone (4S or later), iPad, or iPod Touch running iOS7 or higher, you can use Trueplay tuning to make every Sonos speaker sound right for the room and true to the music.

Sonos uses your iOS device’s microphone to measure acoustic distortion in the room and then Trueplay adapts your Sonos speaker's sound for its position in the room.

1. Select Settings - Room Settings.

2. Select the room your speaker is located in.

3. Select Trueplay Tuning and follow the on-screen prompts.

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Creating a Stereo Pair The stereo pair setting allows you to group two PLAY:1s, PLAY:3s or PLAY:5®s in the same room to create a wider stereo experience. In this configuration, one unit serves as the left channel and the other serves as the right channel. You cannot create a mixed stereo pair—the Sonos products in the stereo pair must be the same.  If you would like to add surround speakers to a PLAYBAR configuration, see “Adding Surround Speakers” instead.

Optimum placement information

• When creating a stereo pair, it is best to place the two Sonos products 8 to 10 feet away from each other.

• Your favorite listening position should be 8 to 12 feet from the paired Sonos products. Less distance will increase bass, more distance will improve stereo imaging.

Note: The stereo pair setting is for use with PLAY:1, PLAY:3 and PLAY:5 units only. You cannot create a mixed stereo pair—both Sonos products in the stereo pair must be the same.

Using the Sonos app on a mobile device

1. Select Settings - Room Settings.

2. Select a PLAY:3 to pair.

3. Select Create Stereo Pair, and follow the prompts to set up the stereo pair.

Sonos PLAY:3

To separate a stereo pair:

1. Select Settings - Room Settings.

2. Select the stereo pair you wish to separate (the stereo pair appears with L + R in the room name.)

3. Select Separate Stereo Pair.

Using the Sonos app on a Mac or PC

1. Choose one of the following:

• Using your PC, select Settings from the Manage menu.

• Using your Mac, select Preferences - Room Settings from the Sonos menu.

2. Select a PLAY:3 you want to pair from the Room Settings for drop-down list.

3. Click Create Stereo Pair and follow the prompts to set up the stereo pair.

To separate a stereo pair:

1. Choose one of the following:

• Using your PC, select Settings from the Manage menu.

• Using your Mac, select Preferences - Room Settings from the Sonos menu.

2. Select the Sonos stereo pair you wish to separate from the Room Settings for drop-down (the stereo pair will appear with L + R in the room name).

3. On the Basic tab, click Separate Stereo Pair.

Adding Surround Speakers You can easily pair two PLAY:1, PLAY:3 or PLAY:5 (gen2) speakers with a PLAYBAR to function as left and right surround channels in your Sonos surround sound experience. You can either configure surround speakers during the setup process, or follow the steps below to add them.

• Make sure the Sonos products are the same—you cannot combine a PLAY:1 and a PLAY:3 to function as surround speakers.

• Be sure to follow these instructions to set up your surround speakers. Do not create a room group or stereo pair as these will not achieve the left and right surround channel functionality.

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4. Select Next to drop the surround sound speakers from your surround system. If these were newly purchased PLAY:3s they will appear as Unused on the Rooms menu. If these PLAY:3s existed in your household previously, they revert back to their previous state.

You can now move them to another room for individual use.

Changing the surround settings The default setting is determined by the calibration process. If you wish to make a change, you can follow the steps below.

1. From the Settings menu, select Room Settings.

2. Select the room the PLAYBAR and surround speakers are located in. It appears as Room (+LS+RS) on the Room Settings menu.

3. Select Advanced Audio - Surround Settings.

4. Choose one of the following:

• Surrounds: Choose On or Off to turn the sound from the surround speakers on and off.

• Surround Level Adjustment: Drag your finger across the slider to increase or decrease the volume of the surround speakers.



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