Touch for small adjustments or touch and hold to quickly change the volume:
Note: You can also use the Sonos app or your TV remote.
Touch to play or pause audio.
Note: You can’t skip forward or go back when listening to a radio station.
Displays the product's connection to WiFi, indicates when the volume is muted, and signals errors. Learn more
Press to connect during setup.
AC power (mains) input
Use only the supplied power cord (using a third-party power cord will void your warranty).
Use to connect the soundbar to your TV.
Use an Ethernet cable if you want to connect to a router, computer, or network-attached storage (NAS) device (optional).
You can wall mount Ray above or below your TV, or place it in or on a TV stand.
You can secure the soundbar to a wall with a compatible wall mount. We recommend the custom-designed Sonos Ray Wall Mount (sold separately). See Wall mount for more information.
Connect the power cord and plug in the soundbar.
Note: Use only the supplied power cord (using a third-party power cord will void your warranty).
Remove the protective cap, then connect the optical cable (included) to the optical port on the back of your soundbar.
Remove the protective cap, then connect the optical cable to your TV's optical digital OUT port.
TV Dialog Sync
If the TV audio is out of sync with the video, you can adjust the audio delay (lip sync) in your room’s settings. Learn more
Group Audio Delay
If you notice audio issues when playing to a group, you can adjust this setting. Learn more
TV Autoplay—if music or other content is playing when you turn on your TV, the audio automatically switches to TV audio (default). If you don’t want this to happen, turn off TV Autoplay in your room’s settings.
Ungroup on Autoplay—if your home theater speaker is grouped with other products when you turn on the TV, it automatically drops from the group (default). If you don’t want this to happen, turn off Ungroup on Autoplay in your room’s settings.
Makes TV dialog easier to hear. Learn more
Enhances quiet sounds and reduces the intensity of loud sounds. Turn on to reduce the volume while still experiencing proper balance and range. Learn more
Allow an IR remote to control Sonos.
Remote Control Setup
During setup, you’ll program a remote control. You can program a different remote control any time. Learn more
It’s easy to turn two Sonos speakers (same model), or a Sonos Amp and your favorite non-Sonos speakers, into separate right and left channels for your home theater.
Note: If you group the rooms or create a stereo pair instead, you won't have surround sound.
During setup, surround sound is optimized for your room. These settings are adjustable:
Turn surround sound On or Off.
Adjust surround volume for TV audio.
Adjust surround volume for music.
Ambient (subtle) or Full (louder, full range). Doesn't apply to Dolby Atmos Music playback.
Every room is different. Trueplay tuning measures how sound reflects off walls, furnishings, and other surfaces in a room, then fine tunes your Sonos speaker to make sure it sounds great no matter where you've placed it.
Trueplay works on iOS mobile devices running iOS 8 or later. During tuning, you'll move around the room holding your mobile device.
Portable Sonos products like Sonos Roam and Move can tune themselves automatically. Auto Trueplay uses your speaker’s microphone to detect the environment and make periodic tuning adjustments so you get great sound wherever your speaker is and whatever you're listening to.
Go to > System, and select your portable speaker to turn on auto Trueplay.
You can customize Sonos products for your surroundings. Go to > System and select a product.
If you move your speaker to a new room, you can change its name in Settings.
Turn off WiFi
(not available for Sonos Era 100, Era 300, or portable products)
You can turn off your speaker’s WiFi when it’s connected to your network with an Ethernet cable. This reduces power consumption and can improve connectivity for wired speakers.
Note: WiFi is turned off for Era 100 and Era 300 when you connect a Sonos Combo Adapter using the Ethernet cable.
Sonos products ship with preset equalization settings. You can change the sound settings (bass, treble, or loudness) to suit your personal preferences. Learn more
Trueplay adapts the sound for your surroundings and content. Portable products can tune themselves automatically. Learn more
You can set a maximum volume for each room. Learn more
Displays the speaker’s connection to WiFi, indicates when the volume is muted, and signals errors. Learn more
Note: If the light is distracting, you can turn it off in Settings.
You can disable the touch control on your speaker. You may want to do this to prevent a child or curious pet from accidentally adjusting playback or volume. Learn more
(portable products only)
To save battery life, you can set your portable speaker to power off automatically instead of going to sleep. It won't appear in the Sonos app until it’s powered back on.
(Sonos products with line-in capability)
When a projector, turntable, stereo, or other audio device is connected to a Sonos product, you can adjust these line-in settings:
Find the perfect accessory for your Sonos system—tailored to perfectly fit your Sonos products.
For a full selection of Sonos-compatible stands, wall mounts, chargers and cables, see Accessories on our website.
Use the Ray wall mount kit (sold separately, available at sonos.com). It’s designed for mounting on a flat wall.
|Wall mount||Pre-drill||Use wall anchors||Use screws|
1/8” / 3mm bit
Drywall (no stud)
5/16” / 8mm bit
Hard wallboard or double board
5/16” / 8mm bit
5/16” / 8mm bit
Concrete or brick
5/16” / 8mm bit
If your TV is wall-mounted, align the top edge of the bracket with the bottom of your TV, leaving at least 2.5 inches (mm) between them.
Mark the screw locations and remove the bracket.
If you’re using wall anchors, use a 5/16" drill bit to drill pilot holes, starting with the hole on the left. Then insert the wall anchors. Don’t use wall anchors if you’re drilling into wood or plastic. See Wall mounting information.
Position the wall mount bracket over the screw locations, using a level to confirm accuracy. Use a Phillips-head screwdriver or a power drill to screw the bracket to the wall, making sure the center notch is pointing up.
Using a Phillips head screwdriver, fasten the 2 attachment screws to the back of the soundbar, making sure they are fully tightened.
Remove the protective cap from the optical cable, then connect the power and optical cables to the back of the soundbar.
Slide the soundbar down so the attachment screws fit into the slots on the wall bracket.
Four Class-D digital amplifiers.
Two full-range woofers ensure you’ll hear the faithful playback of mid-range vocal frequencies plus deep, rich bass.
Two tweeters create a crisp and clear high-frequency response.
Two micro ports with proprietary anti-distortion technology.
Use the Sonos app to adjust bass, treble, and loudness.
Set up and control with the latest generation of the Sonos app.
Apple AirPlay 2
Works with AirPlay 2 on apples devices iOS 11.4 and higher.
Dynamically tunes the speaker to the unique acoustics of the room or area (iOS device required).
Turn on this home theater setting in the Sonos app to make TV dialogue even clearer.
Turn on this home theater setting to reduce the intensity of loud TV sound effects.
TV with optical digital audio output, broadband internet, and the Sonos app.
Dimensions (H x W x D)
2.79 x 22.00 x 3.74 in (71 x 559 x 95mm)
4.29 lb (1.95 kg)
Speaker status light
Displays the speaker’s connection to WiFi, indicates when the volume is muted, and signals errors.
32°F to 104° F (0° C to 40° C)
-4°F to 122° F (-20° C to 50° C)
Use your IR (infrared-enabled) TV remote control, touch controls or the Sonos app.
Quad Core; 1.4 GHz A-53
1 GB SDRAM; 4GB NV
M5 threaded mounting socket
POWER & CONNECTIVITY
Auto-switching 100-240 V, 50-60 Hz 2.0A AC universal input.
Connects to WiFi network with any 802.11b/g/n, 2.4 GHz broadcast-capable router.
Use the included optical cable to connect the soundbar to your TV's optical digital audio output.
One port for hardwiring to your router (optional).
Syncs with your TV remote for streamlined control.
Connects to TV with optical cable. Plays sources connected to the TV, including cable boxes and game consoles.