For a sane, music-loving American, that's a reasonable sum to allocate to buying a really good record player, way better than the ones you'll find at big box stores or, God help us, Urban Outfitters. With its hefty steel platter, carbon-fiber arm, and Ortofon 2M Red cartridge, it made for an effective combination with my friend's Bellari outboard phono preamp and Audioengine powered speakers. This compact system filled his small New York City apartment in a pleasingly fleshed-out and satisfying way, whether playing Stevie Wonder or Sibelius. As Coates told me, this was a totally different beast. Setup I probably shouldn't admit this, but for me the fussiness and tedium of setting up a turntable rank somewhere between scrubbing a bathtub and doing taxes.
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How to Turn Your Home Stereo Into a Sonos Wireless System
Sonos has been synonymous with wireless speakers for more than a decade. The company basically invented the multi-room category of home audio, starting as a software company in the early s before integrating its Wi-Fi-enabled network into hardware a few years later. Its first amplifier which became the Connect:Amp and subsequent speakers were great, but the real beauty of Sonos was its ecosystem of audio products that made listening to music at home really easy. Anybody could pick up their phone and stream music to a Sonos speaker. The Sonos niche has always been multi-room audio.