Sonos

SONOS Boost

257 reviews$99

Not required to set up your Sonos wireless speaker

Provides a solution for homes where Wi-Fi doesn't reach all rooms

Plugs into your Wi-Fi router to create a dedicated wireless network for your Sonos system

Offers twice the power as BRIDGE, with broadcast power comparable to enterprise-grade Wi-Fi routers

BOOST provides enterprise-grade wireless performance for your Sonos system so you get unparalleled reliability in any situation. BOOST gets rid of interference while increasing range so you can stream, surf and game all you want without missing a beat - even in homes that are known to have wireless connectivity problems.

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  • SPECS
  • Released (Live)
    October 14, 2014
    (7 years ago)
    Wi-Fi
    Ethernet
    Power cable
    4.5 inches ('')
    4.5 inches ('')
    1.3 inches ('')
    0.42 pounds (lb)
    White

    + SONOS Boost
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  • REVIEWS
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    257 reviews
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  • LOWEST PRICE
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    Current Lowest $99.00 Dec 29, 2018
    Current Average $99.00 Dec 29, 2018
    Highest $99.00 Dec 29, 2018
    Lowest $88.00 Mar 10, 2017
  • COMPATIBILITIES / WORKS WITH
  • The SONOS Boost is not compatible / does not work with any other smart home products at moment.

  • APPS
  • ANSWERS
    • Q1: What is a SONOS Boost?

      The SONOS Boost is a:

    • Q2: What was the release/launch date of the SONOS Boost?

      The first generation of the SONOS Boost was launched on Tuesday, October 14, 2014, basically 1 year ago.

    • Q3: Where can I buy a SONOS Boost?

      Smart Home DB has identified the following online retailer via which the SONOS Boost can be purchased:


      Webshop Price Action
      Amazon $ 99.00 View
    • Q4: How do I install / setup the SONOS Boost myself?

    • Q5: Can I access/control/program the SONOS Boost via a mobile phone app?

      Yes, the SONOS Boost has the following mobile apps for Android and iOS:


    • Q6: Can I access/control/program the SONOS Boost via a web browser interface?

      No, the SONOS Boost has no web browser interface at the moment.


    • Q7: Does the SONOS Boost have an Android App?

      Yes, the SONOS Boost has the following Android App:

      In addition, the SONOS Boost also has an app for iOS:

    • Q8: Does the SONOS Boost have an iOS App?

      Yes, the SONOS Boost has the following iOS App:

      In addition, the SONOS Boost also has an app for Android:

    • Q9: Does the SONOS Boost have a Windows Phone App?

      No, unfortunately the SONOS Boost has no Windows Phone App at the moment.

      Please submit your email to be alerted when the Windows Phone App is officially released:

      Currently the SONOS Boost does have apps for Android and iOS:

    • Q10: Does the SONOS Boost have a Web Browser Interface?

      No, unfortunately the SONOS Boost has no Web Browser Interface at the moment.

      Please submit your email to be alerted when the Web Browser Interface is officially released:

      Currently the SONOS Boost does have apps for Android and iOS:

    • Q11: Does the SONOS Boost have a Windows / Desktop / PC App?

      No, unfortunately the SONOS Boost has no Windows / Desktop / PC App at the moment.

      Please submit your email to be alerted when the Windows / Desktop / PC App is officially released:

      Currently the SONOS Boost does have apps for Android and iOS:

    • Q12: Does the SONOS Boost require a monthly service fee?

      No, the SONOS Boost requires no monthly service fee.

    • Q13: Can I access the SONOS Boost remotely, even when I am not at home?

      No, the SONOS Boost does not facilitate remote access at the moment.

    • Q14: Does the SONOS Boost have an IFTTT Channel?

      No, the SONOS Boost has no IFTTT Channel at the moment.

    • Q15: Does the SONOS Boost save energy?

      No, the SONOS Boost does not save energy.

    • Q16: Does the SONOS Boost improve my health?

      No, the SONOS Boost does not improve your health.

    • Q17: Does the SONOS Boost improve my safety?

      No, the SONOS Boost does not improve your safety.

    • Q18: Is the SONOS Boost dependent on other hardware such as a gateway or hub?

      No, the SONOS Boost does not require any other hardware for proper product usability.

    • Q19: Which connectivity / radio protocols does the SONOS Boost support?

      The SONOS Boost supports the following connectivity / radio protocols:

      Wi-Fi
      Ethernet
    • Q20: Does the SONOS Boost support Wi-Fi connectivity?

      Yes, the SONOS Boost does support Wi-Fi connectivity by default as a stand-alone product.

      In addition, the SONOS Boost also supports the following connectivity / radio protocol:

      Ethernet
    • Q21: Does the SONOS Boost support ZigBee connectivity?

      No, unfortunately the SONOS Boost does not support ZigBee connectivity by default at the moment as a stand-alone product.

      Please submit your email to be alerted when ZigBee connectivity is officially integrated:

      Currently the SONOS Boost supports the following connectivity / radio protocols:

      Wi-Fi
      Ethernet
    • Q22: Does the SONOS Boost support Z-Wave US (908 MHz) connectivity?

      No, unfortunately the SONOS Boost does not support Z-Wave US (908 MHz) connectivity by default at the moment as a stand-alone product.

      Please submit your email to be alerted when Z-Wave US (908 MHz) connectivity is officially integrated:

      Currently the SONOS Boost supports the following connectivity / radio protocols:

      Wi-Fi
      Ethernet
    • Q23: Does the SONOS Boost support Z-Wave EU (868 MHz) connectivity?

      No, unfortunately the SONOS Boost does not support Z-Wave EU (868 MHz) connectivity by default at the moment as a stand-alone product.

      Please submit your email to be alerted when Z-Wave EU (868 MHz) connectivity is officially integrated:

      Currently the SONOS Boost supports the following connectivity / radio protocols:

      Wi-Fi
      Ethernet
    • Q24: Does the SONOS Boost support Z-Wave AU (921 MHz) connectivity?

      No, unfortunately the SONOS Boost does not support Z-Wave AU (921 MHz) connectivity by default at the moment as a stand-alone product.

      Please submit your email to be alerted when Z-Wave AU (921 MHz) connectivity is officially integrated:

      Currently the SONOS Boost supports the following connectivity / radio protocols:

      Wi-Fi
      Ethernet
    • Q25: Does the SONOS Boost support 6LoWPAN connectivity?

      No, unfortunately the SONOS Boost does not support 6LoWPAN connectivity by default at the moment as a stand-alone product.

      Please submit your email to be alerted when 6LoWPAN connectivity is officially integrated:

      Currently the SONOS Boost supports the following connectivity / radio protocols:

      Wi-Fi
      Ethernet
    • Q26: Does the SONOS Boost support Bluetooth connectivity?

      No, unfortunately the SONOS Boost does not support Bluetooth connectivity by default at the moment as a stand-alone product.

      Please submit your email to be alerted when Bluetooth connectivity is officially integrated:

      Currently the SONOS Boost supports the following connectivity / radio protocols:

      Wi-Fi
      Ethernet
    • Q27: Does the SONOS Boost support HomeKit connectivity?

      No, unfortunately the SONOS Boost does not support HomeKit connectivity by default at the moment as a stand-alone product.

      Please submit your email to be alerted when HomeKit connectivity is officially integrated:

      Currently the SONOS Boost supports the following connectivity / radio protocols:

      Wi-Fi
      Ethernet
    • Q28: Does the SONOS Boost support Thread connectivity?

      No, unfortunately the SONOS Boost does not support Thread connectivity by default at the moment as a stand-alone product.

      Please submit your email to be alerted when Thread connectivity is officially integrated:

      Currently the SONOS Boost supports the following connectivity / radio protocols:

      Wi-Fi
      Ethernet
    • Q29: Does the SONOS Boost support AllJoyn connectivity?

      No, unfortunately the SONOS Boost does not support AllJoyn connectivity by default at the moment as a stand-alone product.

      Please submit your email to be alerted when AllJoyn connectivity is officially integrated:

      Currently the SONOS Boost supports the following connectivity / radio protocols:

      Wi-Fi
      Ethernet
    • Q30: Does the SONOS Boost support Lutron Clear Connect connectivity?

      No, unfortunately the SONOS Boost does not support Lutron Clear Connect connectivity by default at the moment as a stand-alone product.

      Please submit your email to be alerted when Lutron Clear Connect connectivity is officially integrated:

      Currently the SONOS Boost supports the following connectivity / radio protocols:

      Wi-Fi
      Ethernet
    • Q31: Does the SONOS Boost support Infrared (IR) connectivity?

      No, unfortunately the SONOS Boost does not support Infrared (IR) connectivity by default at the moment as a stand-alone product.

      Please submit your email to be alerted when Infrared (IR) connectivity is officially integrated:

      Currently the SONOS Boost supports the following connectivity / radio protocols:

      Wi-Fi
      Ethernet
    • Q32: Does the SONOS Boost support 433 MHz connectivity?

      No, unfortunately the SONOS Boost does not support 433 MHz connectivity by default at the moment as a stand-alone product.

      Please submit your email to be alerted when 433 MHz connectivity is officially integrated:

      Currently the SONOS Boost supports the following connectivity / radio protocols:

      Wi-Fi
      Ethernet
    • Q33: Does the SONOS Boost support Ethernet connectivity?

      Yes, the SONOS Boost does support Ethernet connectivity by default as a stand-alone product.

      In addition, the SONOS Boost also supports the following connectivity / radio protocol:

      Wi-Fi
    • Q34: Does the SONOS Boost support X10 connectivity?

      No, unfortunately the SONOS Boost does not support X10 connectivity by default at the moment as a stand-alone product.

      Please submit your email to be alerted when X10 connectivity is officially integrated:

      Currently the SONOS Boost supports the following connectivity / radio protocols:

      Wi-Fi
      Ethernet
    • Q35: What type of power supply does the SONOS Boost use?

      The SONOS Boost uses a Power Cable/Adapter as power supply.

    • Q36: What are the dimensions (height / width / depth) of the SONOS Boost?

      4.5 inches ('') 11.4 centimeters (cm) 114 millimeters (mm)
      4.5 inches ('') 11.4 centimeters (cm) 114 millimeters (mm)
      1.3 inches ('') 3.3 centimeters (cm) 33 millimeters (mm)
    • Q37: What is the weight of the SONOS Boost?

      0.42 pounds (lb) 190 grams (g) 6.70 ounces (oz)
    • Q38: In which colors is the SONOS Boost available?

      White
    • Q39: What is in the box / the box content of a purchased SONOS Boost?

      • SONOS Boost
    • Q40: What is the Product ID of the SONOS Boost?

      BoostUS1

    • Q41: Where can I find troubleshooting / help support for the SONOS Boost?

    • Q42: What are the best alternatives to the SONOS Boost?

      In case you are considering an alternative to / similar product like the SONOS Boost, we recommend to review the following products:

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    • Q43: With which products is the SONOS Boost compatible / 'works with'?

      The SONOS Boost is not compatible / does not work with any other smart home products at the moment.

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