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.
12V trigger turns on your stereo or receiver automatically when a signal is sent so there are no extra steps or remote needed.
EQ your sound
Adjustable bass and treble controls to optimise sound performance. Adjust volume by individual room or by groups of rooms.
Capacitive touch controls for volume up/down, previous/next track, and play/pause. LED indicates Sonos component status and mute status.
Dimensions & Weight
H x W x D 41 x 138 x 138 mm
Power & Networking
Power supply Auto-switching 100-240 V, 50-60 Hz AC universal input
Wifi, not Bluetooth
Connects to your home WiFi network with any 802.11b/g, 2.4 GHz broadcast-capable router.
Two 10/100 Mbps Ethernet ports. Wire directly to your router if WiFi is unreliable.
Audio line-in to bring your record player, CD player, or other audio source into the Sonos ecosystem.
Audio line-out through either analogue (RCA) or digital (coaxial) for connecting amplified audio equipment.
I purchased the Sonos Port to connect my Hi-Fi system (KEF speakers and a Yamaha amp in the living room) to the Sonos system (Sonos Ones in all the other rooms). The Port does this job dependably. In fact, I haven't even wired it up to my router, as the wireless signal is more than up to the task. That said, I believe the Port is about $200 too expensive for what it does, which is a very simple job. But I suppose that is the price of entry, as once you are in the Sonos ecosystem, everything works very reliably and smoothly.
Thank you for your review C.R, glad that the Port suits you and now you are able to control your systems in your home easily with the Sonos app and all its features! :)
Sonos Port – wonderful addition!
Just purchased a Sonos Port from TC Acoustic.
1. Delivery was fast and good.
2. Now my Living, Master & Study Rooms can all jump onto this Sonos multi-room system.
3. Port has even enhanced the sound quality of my bookshelf speakers in the Living Room!!
WOW Germaine, so glad that now you can easily control every room using your Sonos app! We totally agree that Sonos is #BestBuy
Frequently Asked Questions
How is Port different from Connect?
Port is the successor to Connect, delivering richer sound and extending Sonos’s sound platform to your traditional home audio equipment. Port includes an updated digital-to-analogue converter for clearly detailed sound and a 12V trigger, which automatically turns on your amplifier in order to more reliably initiate playback. Port also allows you to control content using Apple AirPlay 2 and features a versatile design compatible with a standard AV rack.
Can I use my voice to control Port?
Port supports voice control with either Amazon Alexa or the Google Assistant when connected to a voice-enabled device, such as Sonos One, Beam, Amazon Echo Dot, or Google Home, over WiFi.
What’s the difference between Port and Amp?
Whilst both Port and Amp offer streaming capabilities and allow you to bring your wired speakers into the Sonos system, the main difference between the products is amplification. Amp powers passive speakers, such as in-wall or in-ceiling speakers. Port cannot power audio equipment, which means it requires either a powered amplifier or powered speakers.
If I don't use hardwired speakers, how else can I use Port?
Port’s RCA input can connect turntables, CD players, iPods, DACs, and other audio devices, allowing you to steam vinyl, CDs, and locally-stored audio files to wireless Sonos speakers throughout your home.
What do I need to use Port with a turntable?
You'll need a turntable with a phono preamp as well as speakers. Plug in a standard audio-in connection to the back of Port. Then, in the Sonos app, go to Browse and select Line-in to control the sound.