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MOG and Sonos Get Together on a Wireless Music Home

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By: Spacelab Research Staff
May 26, 2011

Wireless music system maker Sonos has partnered with music service MOG to add the music service to its wireless multi-room music systems. The MOG music network will get in on the Sonos market, and Sonos will get in on the MOG music app. Sharing, see?

Not that the MOG service comes for free, it has the standard 14-day trial and then Sonos customers will have to sign on the the MOG $9.99 per month subscription plan. With it, users get interactive 320kbps audio streams, full album plays, customizable radio stations (either dedicated to an artist or mixed in with similar artists), playlists and a song library of 11 million songs.

"Our goal at Sonos is to provide music lovers with access to all the music on the planet," said John MacFarlane, CEO of Sonos.

The idea of a wireless system in your home seems interesting, as a way to get music in all places, with the experience of moving around your house with sound continuity. Sonos also just introduced a Sonos Controller for Android, which turns Android-based phones into a remote control for your music library. It's available now for free on the Android Market.

Tags: MOG, Sonos, Digital Music News
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