Connect Port to your traditional audio equipment to stream music, radio, audiobooks, and more from all your favorite services. Control is easy with the Sonos app and Apple AirPlay 2. Expand your sound system any time by adding Sonos speakers around your home. Everything works together over WiFi.
Stream all your favorites
Enjoy music, podcasts, audiobooks, and internet radio with your amplified audio equipment. You can also stream vinyl, CDs, and stored audio files to Sonos speakers in other rooms of your home.
Apple AirPlay 2 on Sonos
Stream sound directly from your iPhone or iPad and ask Siri to play Apple Music
Line-in and play
Use the line-in to connect your phone or another device to your stereo.
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Use the Sonos app to adjust bass, treble and loudness to optimise sound performance.
Stereo or dual mono sound
Connect to WiFi with any 802.11a/b/g/n 2.4 or 5 GHz broadcast-capable router.
Connect one end of a digital coax cable to the digital output and connect the other end to a digital coax input on your amplifier or receiver.
Analogue RCA inputs allow you to connect an audio device, such as a turntable or CD player, using an auxiliary cable.
Automatic 12V Trigger
This turns on your amplifier so you don't need an additional remote.
10/100 port for hardwiring to your router
100-240V 50/60Hz internal power supply
1.4 GHz A-53
Apple AirPlay 2
Works with AirPlay 2 on Apple devices iOS 11.4 and higher
Height: 41 mm
Width: 138 mm
Depth: 138 mm
Light on the product indicates connection status.
The latest generation of the Sonos app running on a compatible device
Nearby electrical outlet
How does Port differ from Amp?
While both Port and Amp offer streaming capabilities and allow you to incorporate wired speakers in your 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 active speakers.
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 open the Sonos app and go select Line-in from the Browse menu.
Do I need Port to create a Sonos system?
No. Sonos wireless speakers, such as Sonos One or Beam, can connect directly to the Sonos system over WiFi without Port.
Overall sound quality depends on the internal components of your speakers, but Port’s new digital-to-analogue converter (DAC) ensures that any streamed audio is as clear as possible.
Does Port have touch controls?
Port is typically connected to a stereo or receiver with volume controls. To avoid two separate volume adjustments for the same system and to keep control as easy as possible, Port does not have touch controls.
Port is not designed to be used with a TV. Port has an analogue audio input, which you technically could wire into a TV to stream audio to any Sonos component or speaker. That said, the line-in isn't designed for use with a TV and will result in some latency or lip sync issues while the audio is converted from analogue to digital. Products with digital connections, such as Amp, Arc and Beam, are recommended for use with a TV.
How can I use Port without hardwired speakers?
Port’s RCA input can connect turntables, CD players, iPods, DACs and other audio devices, allowing you to stream vinyl, CDs and locally stored audio files to wireless Sonos speakers throughout your home.
Port supports voice control when connected to a voice-enabled device, such as Sonos One, Amazon Echo Dot or Google Nest.