Never miss a word. Fine-tuned with help from award-winning Hollywood sound engineers, Sonos Ray ensures you can always follow the story.
Tailor your home theater experience with the Sonos app
Turn on Speech Enhancement for even clearer dialogue when characters whisper or the music swells. Turn on Night Sound to reduce the intensity of loud effects when you don't want to disturb anyone else at home.
Go from unboxing to unbelievable sound in minutes. Just plug in the power cable, connect your TV, and open the Sonos app. It does most of the work for you.
Works with your TV
Connect Ray to virtually any TV, and use your existing remote to control the sound. For a next-level gaming setup, connect your PC.
TV or PC must have optical output.
Nothing gets in the way of your entertainment
The compact and understated design seamlessly blends into your home and won’t pull focus from what’s happening on screen.
Tuned to perfection
Trueplay tuning technology adapts the sound for the unique acoustics of your space so content always sounds just the way it should.
Supported iOS device required.
Brings the drama
Feel like you're at the center of it all. Split waveguides project sound from wall to wall, and advanced processing accurately positions elements in the room.
Stream your favorites from your favorites
When the TV is off, play music, radio, podcasts, and audiobooks from all your services over WiFi using the Sonos app, Apple AirPlay 2, Spotify Connect, and more.*
*Voice requires a compatible third-party device, such as Sonos One, Amazon Echo, or Google Nest Home. Availability varies by country and language.
No strings attached
Make game days, movie nights, and music more immersive when you add a pair of rear speakers for wireless surround sound.
Listen here, there, everywhere
Play your way with speakers in every room. Enjoy TV in the living room while you stream music in the bedroom, and group your system for whole-home listening.
Connects to your home WiFi network with any 802.11b/g, 2.4 GHz broadcast-capable router.
Equipped with 1 10/100 Mbps ethernet port. Wire directly to your router if WiFi is unreliable.
All Sonos speakers and components connect over WiFi so you can build the system you want. Put on a podcast in the bedroom while someone else watches TV in the living room, or group all your speakers to play music in sync.
Adjustable EQ settings in the app, including bass, treble, and loudness.
Speech Enhancement emphasises the frequencies of the human voice to clarify dialogue.
Night Sound reduces the intensity of loud sound effects.
Capacitive touch controls for volume up/down, previous/next track, and play/pause. LED indicates Sonos component status and mute status.
Dimensions and weight
Height: 2.79 in (71 mm) Width: 22 in (559 mm) Depth: 3.74 in (95 mm)
4.29 lb (1.95 kg)
Connect to your TV's optical port with the included cable.
Auto-switching 100-240 V, 50-60 Hz AC universal input.
Infrared (IR) receiver
Syncs the soundbar with your TV remote for streamlined control
Yes. We recommend using the Sonos Ray Wall Mount (Coming Soon).
What is the best placement for Ray?
All of the acoustic components face forward for maximum versatility. Ray can be mounted, placed on top of furniture, or tucked into an enclosed shelf of your TV stand. We recommend at least 5 mm of space between the edges and any surrounding surfaces.
Which Sonos speakers work as surrounds?
A matching pair of the following speakers will work as surrounds: Sonos One (including SL), Sonos Five, Play:1, Play:3, and Play:5 (Gen 2). You can also use Sonos Amp to power in-wall, in-ceiling, or other passive speakers as surrounds.
Can I connect a subwoofer to Ray?
Ray is compatible with all generations of Sonos Sub. The soundbar will not work with a third-party subwoofer.
How do I know if my TV has optical output?
Most TVs from major manufacturers have an optical connection. You should be able to find a port on the back of your TV labeled either Optical Audio, TOSLINK, Digital Audio Out, or something similar. This information should also be available in your TV's manual.
What's the difference between Optical and HDMI eARC?
Both optical and HDMI eARC connections transmit multi-channel audio from a TV to a soundbar.
Optical is available on most TVs and supports surround sound with up to 5.1 channels. Because this type of connection does not pass remote control commands, Ray receives volume and mute commands from a TV remote using IR (infrared) technology. Check the specifications of your TV model to confirm IR remote and optical capabilities.
HDMI eARC provides higher bandwidth and supports 7.1 channel surround sound as well as high-resolution formats, including Dolby Atmos and Dolby Digital Plus. This type of connection also uses CEC technology to pass remote control commands.
Can I stream using Bluetooth?
Ray does not have Bluetooth connectivity but streams audio content over your WiFi network. Internet access allows you to stream higher fidelity audio over greater distances, group or pair Sonos speakers, and more.
Can I use voice control with Ray?
You can use Sonos Voice Control, Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant with a compatible device, such as Sonos One, Amazon Echo Dot, or Google Nest Mini. While streaming with AirPlay 2, you can use Siri on your iOS device to control Apple Music.
Can I use the Sonos S1 Controller app with Ray?
Ray requires the latest generation of the Sonos app, Sonos S2.