Sanus Accessories Complement SonosOne & Sonos PLAY:1, PLAY:3 Powered Speakers
The newly announced Wireless Speaker Stand and Wireless Speaker Wall Mount products from Sanus support the installation of SonosOne, Sonos PLAY:1 and Sonos PLAY:3 powered speakers.
Designed to augment the new SonosOne powered smart speaker, as well as Sonos' PLAY:1 and PLAY:3 powered speakers, the latest products from Sanus enable integrators to reliably place Sonos products in non-traditional locations.
"Our goal was to find a way to safely, yet discreetly attach the SonosOne to our mount without a screw insert. Our product development team came up with several concepts, but the one we all fell in love with was InvisiGrip," states Mark Plummer, senior product manager, Sanus.
"It securely wraps around the speaker and essentially disappears as it blends in with the speaker, making sure the beautiful aesthetic and awesome acousics of the SonosOne are preserved."
Sanus Stands for Sonos Facilitate Speaker Integration
The Wireless Speaker Stand enables integrators to place Sonos speakers in a variety of locations.
Sanus says the Wireless Speaker Stand securely holds speakers at Sonos' recommended height for voice-activated interactions and the best possible soundstage dispersion. The 34-inch stand is said to promote even bass response throughout a home space regardless of where listeners sit.
The Wireless Speaker Wall Mount is an on-wall speaker integration solution that enables SonosOne, Sonos PLAY:1 and Sonos PLAY:3 to mount on wall surfaces that include drywall, wood studs and concrete.
According to the manufacturer, the Wireless Speaker Wall Mount installs into rooms such as bathrooms, kitchens and home entry ways and provides provisions for tilt and swivel.
Sanus points out the Wireless Speaker Wall Mount complements the voice control capabilities built into the SonosOne, and like the Wireless Speaker Stand, it utilizes InvisiGrip to securely hold Sonos powered speakers in place.
Both products setup and install within 15 minutes and are UL certified.
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