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July 20, 2005

Sonos Update Adds Support for Podcasting

ecoustics: Sonos released Version 1.2 today, which includes a Desktop Controller for the Mac, giving users full control over the Sonos Digital Music System from a Mac desktop - compatible with Apple Mac OSX 10.3 and 10.4. The software update also adds support for the latest Apple iTunes 4.9 release, allowing iTunes users to access their music collections, podcasts and iTunes playlists on the Sonos system. Support for Windows Media Audio (WMA) Internet radio stations is included as well...That all sounds cool to me....Now, if only they could get Apple to allow iTunes files encoded with Fairplay to play on the system too :)

"Sonos' mission is to bring the joy of multi-room digital music to as many people as possible," said John MacFarlane, CEO, Sonos, Inc. "With the additional control and content features we have introduced, more digital music lovers, including Mac users and Internet radio fans, can get the most out of their Sonos system."

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