Set up your Sonos Era 300

  • Mobile device required
  • Sonos S2 required

This article will help you get started with setting up your Sonos Era 300. You can find more information on product features and specs on Era 300’s product page.

Before you start

  • Place your Era 300 in your desired location and connect it to power.
  • Download the Sonos S2 app for iOS or Android. The app will guide you through the set up process.
  • Era 300 must be set up on a WiFi network before it can be used as a Bluetooth speaker.

Set up a new Sonos system with Era 300

  1. Open the Sonos app for iOS or Android.
  2. Tap Set up a new system, then create or sign in to your Sonos account.
  3. Tap Add on the popup showing your Sonos product.
  4. Follow the steps in the app to set up your Era 300 and add your music and voice services.

Add Era 300 to your existing Sonos system

  1. Open the Sonos app for iOS or Android.
  2. From the Settings tab, tap System > Add Product.
  3. Follow the steps in the app to connect Era 300 to your Sonos system.

Problems during setup?

If your Era 300 is having trouble connecting during setup, check our “Product not found” article for some help.

Additional details

  • Your Era 300 can stream Dolby Atmos Music from supported streaming services that have been added to your Sonos system. Learn more about supported streaming services in our Dolby Atmos Music article.
  • Once set up and connected to WiFi, you can switch your Era 300 over to Bluetooth mode at any time. See our article on pairing Era 300 with Bluetooth devices for more information.
  • Era 300 features a USB-C port on the back which can be used with the Sonos Line-In Adapter or the Sonos Combo Adapter. Both adapters allow you to connect a 3.5mm audio cable to your Era 300 for audio Line-In. The Combo Adapter offers an Ethernet port for wiring your Era 300 to the network.

Still need help?

Our technicians can help over the phone or with a live chat. You can also ask questions and find answers with other Sonos owners in our Sonos Community.