Sonos Bridge

/ Updated: 5 August 2008, 4:52 pm AEST

The Sonos Bridge (formerly known as the ZoneBridge or ZoneBridge BR100) is a wireless bridge that works with all Sonos audio products, including the Sonos Play:3, Sonos Play:5, Sonos ZonePlayer 90, or Sonos ZonePlayer 120. The $49 unit (formerly $99) doesn't have any audio outputs; instead, it's just designed to pass wireless signals between those aforementioned Sonos systems. In that regard, it can be used to fill in "dead spaces" in a home's Sonos setup. The Sonos Bridge has two Ethernet ports: they can be used to interface with your home network (the Sonos system requires one wired connection), or as a wireless-to-Ethernet bridge for other nonwireless products on your home network (such as an old Xbox 360, TiVo, Slingbox, or Blu-ray player).

To see how the Sonos Bridge can be used to interface with a full Sonos system, read the review of the Sonos Digital Music System BU250.

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Sonos Bridge

Part Number: BR100

Visit manufacturer site for details.

Quick Specifications See All

  • Regional specs shown for US. AU specs are unavailable.

  • Color light gray
  • Type none
  • Weight 9.52 oz
  • Compliant Standards FCC Part 15
    ICES-003
    R&TTE
    RSS-102
    RSS-210
  • Type Drivers & Utilities
  • OS Required Apple MacOS X 10.3
    Microsoft Windows Vista
    Microsoft Windows XP SP2
  • Type none
  • Connectivity Technology wireless