sonos.pngWant to fill every room in your house with Pandora? We’ve partnered with an amazing company called Sonos to make that a reality. The Sonos team has take the Pandora Everywhere Platform and implemented a truly compelling “whole home” Pandora solution.
Right on the Sonos remote, you can access all your Pandora stations. While you’re listening, see the album art and information about the artist and song. With the press of a button you can pull up the Pandora options which let me bookmark the song or artist, or to find out why the Music Genome Project selected this particular song. Of course this is Pandora, so you can also rate songs, skip and pause.
You can also make new stations right from the Sonos remote as well as edit stations definitions — which for the first time lets me create complex station definitions right from the remote.
Pandora for Sonos is available today — all existing sonos customers will get a free software upgrade. There’s a 30 day free trial and then it’s just $3/month to subscribe.


  1. Mimzy
    June 06, 2007 at 10:35am
    Yo, Danny. ". . . go together like a southern black woman and A minor." ??? What kind of crap is that?
  2. Ben
    June 11, 2007 at 1:35pm
    Suggestion: Should be able to just play those songs/artists that we've specified. Then have an on/off switch to have suggested songs/artists from Pandora play. Then we could add the ones we like and shut off the suggestions for a while. I find myself rejecting songs one after another when I just want to listen for a while to the songs I've already approved. Make sense?
  3. Ieca Hunter
    June 12, 2007 at 7:23am
    I just fould out about Pandora and I love it with a passion. I can'tget enough of my favorite type of music all day long. Thank you so much!
  4. Layla
    November 28, 2007 at 8:38am
    The key of A minor I imagine.
  5. Chris Carlysle
    February 10, 2008 at 4:07pm
    I can't say enough about Pandora - I discovered Pandora in it's infant stages and have seen it all the way through (even when we thought internet radio was going to be shut down)! I subscribed to Napster's service at least 6 years until Pandora came along... you just cant beat it! For anyone seriously considering investing in the Sonos bundle (and believe me, I know it's an investment!) go for it! We have had our system since July of 2006 and had to buy additional zoneplayers to maximize it's effectiveness for the whole home wireless effect, but found it well worth the price to do so. Two thumbs for Pandora and Sonos!
  6. sheepdog
    April 21, 2009 at 9:59pm
    I've been using Sonos for 3 years and its awesome - totally worth the price. Just discovering pandora, which looks really cool too.
  7. Dave Brown
    February 18, 2010 at 9:07pm
    Any progress on letting us access Pandora One higher quality feeds on Sonos with our subscription? It's been quite a while since you introduced Pandora One.

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