It is times like when Wesley Snipes, after an argument with her on screen girlfriend Sanaa Lathan, gently puts the needle to the slowly spinning record in their dimly lit apartment and Donny Hathaway’s Giving Up, accompanied by the signature sound of the vinyl long play (LP) come through your speakers that you appreciate the song a little bit more.
Consuming musical art pieces has always been more than just about the sound but it includes ambiance, intimate company of a friend or two that can and are willing to be taught or relate at the same level if not offer more insight. The sound system, quality, forms a largesse part of the art and listener’s experience.
From the days of the gold plated gramophone, the multiple CD loaders the cool head and earphones of Walkman.
We now experience music through streaming which usually means music through communication devices such as cell phones and laptops. This may be convenient but fall far from holistic. Until now!
As a software-driven audio company, Sonos creates technology that celebrates sound, continuously refines the listening experience, and connects listeners and creators.
Fine-tuned by Oscar- and Grammy-winners
Sonos balances the science of sound with creative input from renowned producers, mixers, and artists, including Rick Rubin, Chris Jenkins, Manny Marroquin, Emily Lazar, Tom Elmhirst, Noah Goldstein, and Nigel Godrich. Working with Sound Experience Leader Giles Martin, they provide feedback throughout the product development process to ensure our speakers preserve the emotional intent of their work.
The DS4 wireless bookshelf speakers offer a sleek, contemporary design with an incredible acoustic performance. Wrapped in a white or black stitched leatherette, these speakers accent any home décor.
Bluetooth® wireless technology
Stereo analog input
USB charging port