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The Sonos Store officially opens July 19 at 101 Greene Street in New York's SoHo neighborhood.

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As you might expect, the interior of the store reflects the company's design philosophy.

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Ode to the company's Play:5 speaker.

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There are several listening rooms with different themes but all shaped the same.

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The store is equipped with various cool design touches, such as a bronzed turntable.

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Play:3 sculpture.

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Inside one of the listening rooms, where you can test out the company's various speakers.

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One wall resembles a museum.

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Heading down to lounge space in the basement.

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The wall of speakers actually has only seven working Sonos speakers. The rest is sound dampening material.

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Lounge area.

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Wall of speakers from below.

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The retro room shows that Sonos products do work with legacy audio products.

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Listen spot.

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Come visit.

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