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Sonos Bundle 250 Music Player - BU250

Abt Model: BU250 | UPC Code: 180501001284
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Includes The ZonePlayer 90, ZonePlayer 120 And Controller 200/ SonosNet 2.0 Wireless Mesh Network Technology/ Play Music Stored On Up To 16 PCs, Macs Or Network Attached Storage/ Sonos Controller For iPhone/ Wake Up To Music/ Easy Internet Connectivity
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Sonos Bundle 250 Music Player - BU250

The Sonos Bundle 250 gives you everything you need to wirelessly play music in two rooms of your house. And with SonosNet’s superior wireless range, no room is out of reach. Just connect the ZonePlayer 90 (ZP90) to your home theater or stereo and place the ZonePlayer 120 (ZP120) with built-in amplifier in any room where you want music. Connect one ZonePlayer or ZoneBridge (sold separately) to your network and all the rest work wirelessly. For the ultimate in convenience, choose the Sonos Bundle 250 with Loudspeakers and you’ll also have a pair of powerful bookshelf speakers to attach to your ZP120.

To start playing music, just grab the full-color wireless Controller and simply pick a room, pick a song and touch play. With the Controller in hand you’ll have instant access to your entire music library, plus thousands of Internet radio stations, and the most popular online music services to play all over the house. When you want to play more music in more rooms, just add ZonePlayers and Controllers to your heart’s content.

Convenient & cost-effective way to get started
In one convenient package you’ll have everything you need to play and control music in two rooms of your house. In addition to the Sonos Controller, complete with Charging Cradle, we included both of our ZonePlayers, one amplified and one not, so you can add music to rooms with and without existing audio equipment. And, as an added incentive, we’ve made the price of a bundle almost 17% less than the sum of the individual products.

Best-in-class wireless technology for multi-room music
Sonos brings great sounding music wirelessly to any room in your house, without a big wiring project. SonosNet 2.0, our latest wireless mesh network technology, provides double the wireless range for whole-house coverage, ensures synchronous music playback, and avoids sources of wireless interference. Which means the music gets to all the right rooms — near or far — at exactly the right time.

Instant access to endless music
Sonos liberates the music on your computer and the Internet so you can play it all, all over the house. With the touch of a finger you can find and play songs from your personal music library stored on your computer, plus thousands of free Internet radio stations. And Sonos works seamlessly with the most popular music services so you can stream millions of songs and stations from the Internet to the rooms of your choice. You can even connect ZonePlayers to your favorite audio source such as an iPod or CD player and listen throughout your house.

Simple setup and expansion
Setting up Sonos is incredibly easy. No technical or wiring expertise required. And no need to break through walls or re-wire your entire house. All you need is a high-speed Internet connection and a router to get started. One ZonePlayer or ZoneBridge in your system must be connected to the router and all the rest will work wirelessly. Add more ZonePlayers and Controllers without adding wires.

Control your music and rooms any way you want
Sonos gives you the freedom to control your system however you want — with the dedicated Sonos Controller, Sonos Controller for iPhone or Sonos Controller for Mac or PC. Use one Controller for the entire house or mix and match Controllers for the ultimate in flexibility.

New features and music services with automatic updates
Unlike most other consumer electronic products, the entire Sonos system keeps getting better even after you buy it. With free automatic software updates you’ll always have the newest features and music services to enjoy. Just register your system and Sonos will automatically notify you when software updates are available. Simply press one button and your system updates itself.


ZonePlayer 120: Powerful digital amplifier delivers audiophile-quality sound to any room

  • Built-in, powerful digital amplifier
    • Powers large or small speakers with 55W per channel.
  • Class-D amplifier
    • State of the art, great sounding amplifier is small, lightweight and very energy efficient.
  • Radiant cooling
    • Operates silently — all you hear is the music, as the amplifier is kept cool by the aluminum casing, not by a noisy fan.
  • Tone and volume controls adjustable for each zone
    • Optimize sound performance for each zone using zone-specific bass, treble, balance, and loudness controls. Adjust volume by individual zone or by groups of zones.
  • Subwoofer output with automatic crossover
  • When adding a subwoofer, the ZP120 automatically adjusts the output to send the low frequencies to the subwoofer and the high frequencies to the speaker.

ZonePlayer 90: Fits into your favorite audio system

  • Connects to a home theater system or external amplifier
  • Seamlessly integrates your home theater system and other audio devices into your Sonos Multi-
  • Room Music System.
  • Analog and digital audio output
  • Enjoy superior audio quality with analog, optical and coaxial digital audio outputs engineered for premium performance. Fixed or variable audio output options provide flexible volume control.
  • Tone and volume controls adjustable for each zone
  • Optimize sound performance for each zone using zone-specific bass, treble, balance, and loudness controls. Adjust volume by individual zone or by groups of zones.

Controller: Wireless, multi-room control from the palm of your hand

  • Integrated, multi-room control
  • Control what music is playing in every room in your house, from anywhere in your house.
  • Controllers aren’t tied to a specific ZonePlayer, so you can use any Controller to control the music and the volume in all your rooms. Everything about the Controller – from the touch screen display to the dedicated buttons – is carefully designed to make finding and playing your music a snap.
  • Get in touch with your music
  • Scroll through your music library and radio stations with a flick of your finger. View album art while browsing. Play, pause, skip or rewind with a simple touch. All thanks to the high-quality, fast-responding, capacitive glass touch screen.
  • Search
  • Instantly find an artist, song, radio station or radio show by typing on the on-screen keyboard.
  • Matches appear as you type, so you can start playing your music super fast.
  • See what’s playing anywhere in your house
  • The Now Playing screen gives you a detailed view of what’s playing, complete with full-color album art, elapsed time of a song and more. Press the Zones button to see an overview of what’s playing in each room of the house. Group your zones together or play different songs in different rooms – without interrupting music playback.

Wireless, multi-room music with SonosNet 2.0

  • Built-in wireless capability
    • ZonePlayers can go anywhere, delivering music to any room in your house, wirelessly. ZonePlayers and Controllers establish their own secure wireless mesh network that delivers the extensive range and superior performance you need to get music all over your house.
  • NOTE: To get started, you must connect either a ZonePlayer or ZoneBridge to your home network using a standard Ethernet cable.
  • SonosNet 2.0 wireless mesh network technology
    • Doubles the wireless range of previous ZonePlayers, provides whole-house coverage, ensures synchronous music playback, and avoids sources of wireless interference.
      • Works between any mix of ZP90s and ZP120s
      • Compatible with all previous generations of Sonos ZonePlayers, Controllers, and ZoneBridges
  • Listen to the same song in multiple rooms, perfectly synchronized
    • Play the same song in different rooms, simultaneously, without echoes or delays. Add or drop rooms from your zone grouping and still be in sync.
  • Listen to different songs in different rooms, simultaneously
    • Tune in to an Internet radio station in the bedroom, stream a music service in the kitchen and play a song from your music library in the living room — simultaneously.

Instant access to endless music

  • Liberate the music on your computer and enjoy it in every room
    • Sonos can play music stored on up to 16 PCs, Macs or NAS (Network Attached Storage) devices on your home network, supporting the most popular audio formats, including MP3s and iTunes®.
  • Enjoy computer-free music playback
    • Get instant access to millions of songs and thousands of radio stations — without ripping, downloading or turning on a computer. Sonos connects directly to these services over the Internet and then streams the music to the rooms of your choice.
  • Pre-loaded Internet radio stations — free of charge
    • Sonos includes more than 25,000 radio stations, shows and podcasts – all for free. And you can tune in without turning on your computer. Browse for stations or type in specific call letters or a radio host you love.
  • Get endless music from the most popular online music services
    • Sonos works seamlessly with Deezer,, Napster®, Pandora®, Rhapsody®, SIRIUS® Internet Radio, and downloads from any service offering DRM-free tracks. (Service availability varies by region. Click here to see the music services that work with Sonos in your area.)
  • Play music or audio from MP3 players, CD players, TV, DVD, VCR, and radio throughout the house
    • ZonePlayers have audio input with digital encoding so you can connect to an external audio source (such as an iPod, CD player, TV, DVD, VCR, or radio) and play music or audio on all ZonePlayers in the system.

Simple setup and expansion

  • Simple setup
    • No technical or wireless expertise required. Put ZonePlayers in all the rooms where you want music. The Sonos System Setup software provides simple on-screen prompts. With the touch of a few buttons, you’ll be playing music all over the house in minutes.
  • Expandable system design
    • Expand your music system room by room. Add new ZonePlayers with the press of a single button.

Control your music and rooms any way you want

  • Dedicated Sonos Controller
    • Wirelessly and instantly control all your music and rooms at the touch of finger. Dedicated Mute, Volume and Zones buttons give you immediate access to the functions you use most. Plus, the instant on feature and super long battery life mean your Controller is always ready to play music.
  • Sonos Controller for iPhone
    • Turn any iPhone or iPod touch into a full-fledged Sonos Controller. Download the app for free on the iTunes App Store.
  • Sonos Controller for Mac or PC
    • Turn any Mac or PC desktop or laptop computer in your house, into a Controller for your Sonos system. The software is included for free with every ZonePlayer

Automatic software updates: Sonos keeps getting better

  • New features and music services delivered automatically — and for free
    • The Sonos system keeps getting better over time with new features and music services. Once you register your system, Sonos will automatically notify you when software updates are available. Simply touch a button and your system updates itself.

Other cool features

  • Wake up to music
    • Set the alarm and wake up to your favorite music or Internet radio station in one room, or all over the house. Just hit snooze to get a few minutes more sleep. Fall asleep to soothing music with the sleep timer.
  • Easy Internet connectivity for other products in your house
    • Each ZonePlayer has a two-port Ethernet switch to bring standard Internet connectivity to your set-top box, DVR, PC, game console or NAS drive.

Approximate Dimensions:

  • ZP120:
    • Height: 3.5"
    • Width: 7.3"
    • Depth: 8.15"
  • ZP90:
    • Height: 2.9"
    • Width: 5.4"
    • Depth: 5.5"
  • CR200:
    • Height: 2.9"
    • Width: 4.5"
    • Depth: 0.7"
  • CR200 Cradle:
    • Height: 3.2"
    • Width: 3.0"
    • Depth: 2.4"

Approximate Weight:

  • ZP120: 5.1 lbs
  • ZP90: 1.54 lbs
  • CR200: 0.42 lbs
  • CR200 Cradle: 0.37 lbs
  • Total: 7.43 lbs
  • Shipping: 12 lbs
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Sonos Bundle 250 Music Player

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  • Easy to set up (4)
  • Good audio (4)
  • Intuitive controls (4)


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Better Quality Than Even Apple!


from Marathon, FL

About Me Practical

Verified Buyer


  • Clear Sound
  • Easy To Set Up
  • Good Remote
  • Intuitive Controls


  • NONE

Best Uses

  • Larger Rooms
  • Smaller Rooms

Comments about Sonos Bundle 250 Music Player:

I use a Sonos ZoneBridge hardwired to my router to access the Internet. I power two sets of in-wall speakers (kitchen & small living room) with ONE (yes, one!) ZP120, I use a ZP90 with an old Apple iPod Hi-Fi in one bedroom, another ZP90 with a Bose Wave in second bedroom, & a third ZP90 with an old Sony shelf system in the third bedroom. I have two iTunes libraries, one on a NAS (here I keep >100 GB of Podcasts), and a second on my laptop, in which I keep my music and Audible audiobooks. I keep an iPod Touch synced with the laptop library, so that when the laptop is turned off, I can use the Touch docked in its Sonos dock as the source library for music and books. The Touch also functions as a controller by the downloaded (free) Sonos app. The Sonos controller software, whether on the laptop, Mac, iPod Touch, or the Sonos Controller 200, has no trouble pulling from the different libraries, each on their different physical sources. I play audiobooks and podcasts throughout the house so that I can move from room to room without missing a word. And every word is as clear as a bell! Then, when my husband wants to hear internet radio (usually BBC) in the bedroom, my daughter wants Pandora in hers, and I listen to my Audible books or Podcast in the kitchen, we each get exactly what we want without missing a beat! All with exceptional sound quality. BUT BEST OF ALL, when my overly complex network (24 port switch off a wireless router, off a Comcast modem) has a hard time negotiating thru multiple security layers to my Podcast library on the NAS, support walks me through the process of getting all the gadgets talking to one another again. When it's more than I can handle, their software can take over my pc to straighten out even the worst network glitches! And it's NEVER their equipment that's at fault, and yet they support me. THEY SUPPORT ME NO MATTER HOW LONG AGO I BOUGHT THEIR EQUIPMENT, AND NO MATTER WHETHER IT'S THEIR EQUIPMENT AT FAULT OR SOME OTHERS!!! I wish Microsoft and Apple would learn something about customer support from this company. The quality of their products is overshadowed by nothing, except possibly, their support team's excellent attitude and proficiency! Best products I've EVER bought, bar none.

  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

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Easy Peasy


from Oak Park, IL

About Me Tech Savvy

Verified Reviewer


  • Clear Sound
  • Easy To Set Up
  • Good Remote
  • Intuitive Controls


    Best Uses

    • Larger Rooms
    • Living Room
    • Smaller Rooms

    Comments about Sonos Bundle 250 Music Player:

    I researched the Sonos system for a long time. I compared it to other wireless music systems since wired systems were going to be impractical for our aged home.

    I consider myself very tech savvy, so it does not mean much to say this system was easy to set up. Having said that, it really was truly easy to set up. Out of the box, you hook up the Zoneplayer (or Zonebridge, which is NOT included in the BU250 package) to your router with a standard cat5 cable. You install the software, which was very straight forward. The software tells you when to link the Zoneplayer to your network. It was recognized instantly. After a quick software update (which was prompted by the software), I told the Sonos system where to find my music. All my music is on a NAS, but it could have been on any computer, really. After I updated the controller software, which took about 2-3 minutes wirelessly, I was playing music in my kitchen. I placed another Zoneplayer in the garage, which was about 50 feet away. This zoneplayer picked up the wireless signal, and I was playing music in my back yard shortly thereafter.

    Honestly, the hardest part about setting up this system was running the cat5 through the ceiling and wall so I could have my Zoneplayer in a more useful location. I also had to wire my garage and install speakers there, so that added time and a little sweat in the 90-degree weather. Of course, this has nothing to do with Sonos.

    The BU250 comes with a controller, Zoneplayer 120 (ZP120), Zoneplayer 90 (ZP90), a 3.5 to RCA input cable, RCA to RCA cable, flat cat5 cable (10 feet?), power cables, manual, and software.

    The ZP120 contains an amplifier, so you can hook it directly up to speakers. It has optical and RCA outputs as well as a subwoofer output. The unit has two speaker connectors, but you can hook up 4 speakers (as I did) if the resistance matches. There are two ethernet ports on the unit. The unit is solid, but not heavy.

    The ZP90 does not contain an amplifier, so it needs to be connected directly to a receiver via the included (or add-on) RCA cable. The included cable works just fine. The ZP90 is also fairly solid, but I am less sure that it would survive a fall when compared to the ZP120.

    The included ethernet cable probably works fine, but I threw it out since I was wiring my basement.

    The controller is very intuitive and similar to an iPod. It fits nicely in my hand. The battery is rechargeable, and there is a docking station. The controller itself is very slick and does not disappoint. The controller has a touchscreen and my music collection is fully available through it, including artwork. I can access Pandora. I can access local and internet radio (listened to Radio Kerry in Ireland for a while). I can access all my Zoneplayers, link them, or pause them all.

    The software was easy to install. It practically did everything other than suggest a location for the music.

    I am very pleased with this system. I would definitely buy it again, and I probably will buy additional Zoneplayers when I consider other rooms that need music.

    The price is a bit high for this type of system, and that was a drawback for me since similar systems are much less. However, Sonos truly was plug-n-play and worked like a charm. The forums on the website are full of people ready to help and offer advice. I guess you get what you pay for. But, I take off 0.5 stars in my unvalidated scale of worthiness.

    There is an app for the iPhone that works just like the controller; however, there is no similar app for Android capable phones. I consider that a drawback for us Google lovers. I hear there is one in the making.

    Also, one final word of caution that I found out late in the research and I am glad I did find this out. THERE MUST BE A SONOS UNIT OF SOME SORT HARDWIRED TO THE ROUTER! This can be a Zoneplayer or a Zonebridge ($100, sold separately). This is why I was threading cat5 through the ceiling and walls so my Zoneplayer could be in a more optimal location. If you don't plan on wiring your home with extended cable, you should invest the $100 in the Zonebridge so that you can connect this unit to your router and setup the wireless network. This is found in the Sonos documentation, but it wasn't quite so clear to me when I was doing my initial investigation. Minus 0.25 stars on the worthiness scale.

    A very minor issue is that by design these units work instantly when accessed by the controller or your desktop software. Therefore, you can't turn the Zoneplayers off. You have to unplug them. They are always on and when idle use up energy. Very little, but still using. That's not very environmental. There should be an option to turn off the units when not in use. I don't think you would upset many people at all by having this option. Minus 0.25 points.

    Other than that, I have no gripes. (I do have to buy a network switch now since I had to disconnect my network printer so I could hook up my Sonos system, but maybe I'll now save paper...)

    4/5 stars, because nothing really is ever perfect. I am sure that as time goes on, problems will reveal themselves. However, I am *really* happy with this system.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


    SONOS: New version is worth every dollar


    from Rochester NY

    About Me Audiophile, Practical, Tech Savvy

    Verified Buyer


    • Clear Sound
    • Easy To Set Up
    • Intuitive Controls
    • Small Profile


      Best Uses

      • Any where you want music

      Comments about Sonos Bundle 250 Music Player:

      I was amazed on day 1. The new SONOS bundle was almost too easy to set up. In 5 minutes I had a player in place with my stereo. In 10 minutes I had loaded the software on my PC. 2 minutes to "link" the two and I had music! ALL my music files, Radio from everywhere in the world including local - it's been 30 days and we're still in awe!

      Service and delivery comments:

      ABT has been great - good price, FAST delivery, and good communications!


      Whole family loves it


      from San Francisco, CA

      Verified Buyer


      • Clear Sound
      • Easy To Set Up
      • Intuitive Controls


      • Cost

      Best Uses

        Comments about Sonos Bundle 250 Music Player:

        Has lived up to expectations. As a family, we are listening to more music (and hopefully watching less TV). Wife and kids love the easy to use remote. Accesses music stored on a NAS, but the internet music services (pandora, napster, internet radio) really round out the offerings.

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