posted on Thursday, 26th July 2012 by Steve May
Installing a SONOS wireless mesh audio network just became a lot more interesting following the release of a series of dedicated brackets from Flexson. The Computers Unlimited brand has produced a range of wall-mounts for SONOS Play:3, Play:5, Connect, Connect Amp and Bridge units. Prices start at just £20.
Designed and built in Britain, the brackets offer a host of mounting possibilities and are a cosmetic match for the popular audio system, with a choice of black or white finishes where appropriate. Offering tilt and swivel functionality, they can be used in landscape or portrait mode. The steel brackets also sport flexible-fit cable covers.
"Many thousands of homes now have SONOS systems," says Tony Jones, business manager at Computers Unlimited. "These new Flexson brackets allow all those users to free up valuable space and perfectly position their sound." He adds that integrators will find them quick, and simple to fit.
SONOS has become the defacto standard in multi-room wireless music systems, and continues to generate word of mouth recommendations from users. The company recently expanded its range with a subwoofer, imaginatively called the Sub. The 16kg wireless bass box, finished in gloss black, retails for £599. A matt version is due October, priced at £499.
The Flexson SONOS bracket range:
Flexson SONOS Play:3 bracket (£35), available in gloss white and black finishes. Features landscape or portrait orientation with a 60-degree swivel and 25-degree tilt.
Flexson SONOS Play:5 bracket (£50), gloss white and black finishes. Features a 60-degree swivel and 25-degree tilt.
Flexson Connect Amp bracket (£35), available in gloss white only; Features accessible controls and an optional-fit cable cover.
Flexson Connect bracket (£30), available in gloss white only, with accessible controls and optional cable fit cover.
Flexson Bridge bracket (£20), available in gloss white finish. Variable orientation.
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