Sonos and Sonance has announced their new series of in-wall, in-ceiling, and weatherproof outdoor speakers. The set of speakers called Sonos Architectural. These speakers are purposely designed to work with the Sonos Amp for built-in whole-home streaming audio. Sonance has been designing visually modest architectural speakers since 1983, while Sonos paved the way for multi-room wireless home audio back in 2003.
Both the companies teamed up to provide top outdoor speakers. These speakers have qualities of both the companies. The first Sonos architectural speakers will work with Sonos Amp
These outdoor speakers, the first expressly built for Sonos, feature a weatherproof design for year-round sound outside the home. They have been designed to resist humidity, heat, water, salt spray, UV rays, and freezing temperatures. The in-wall and in-ceiling series features have different shapes that can be decorated to disappear into your home. The speakers can be by design tuned to the room and its furnishings using Sonos True-play after first being wired back to a Sonos Amp.
It consists of three speakers; all these three speakers are 8-ohm, with two-way models. They are equipped with 1-inch pivoting polyurethane dome ferrofluid-cooled tweeters and 6.5-inch pivoting injection-molded polypropylene woofers.
The power-handling uniqueness of the line shows that they were designed to be paired with the Sonos Amp: 5 watts minimum, 130 watts maximum. The Sonos Amp is equipped with custom banana plugs that can handle 10- to 18AWG speaker wire. Sonos says each Amp is capable of driving up to three pairs of Sonos Architectural by Sonance speakers.
By all the features it shows that the Sonos Architectural has support for AirPlay 2, the Sonos app, and hundreds of compatible streaming services. These services are like Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Google Play Music, SoundCloud, Deezer, Tidal, and YouTube Music. Sonos says that up to three pairs of Architectural by Sonance speakers can be powered by a single Sonos Amp.