Music subscription service Rdio recently took its 8 million song library beyond the desktop and mobile sphere with an integration with Sonos’s wireless multi-room music system.
We first heard about this partnership at this year’s CES, and now Rdio is live on the music system.
The Sonos S5 system — which we introduced you to back in June — works as a speaker for all music in the cloud. It can play music from your iTunes, as well as services like Pandora, Rhapsody, Napster, SIRIUS, Last.fm and a ton of radio stations and podcasts. One can use a smartphone or iPad to control the whole shebang — for around $400 per room.
Now, Rdio, a super social music subscription service that lets you follow friends and listen to music on demand, is part of the Sonos stable (at least for users in the U.S. and Canada). Rdio on Sonos costs $9.99 per month.
We got the chance to play around with a Sonos music system and its newly minted Rdio integration. Check out the video above for a sneak peek!
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