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Spotify Now Available on OPPO Sonica Wi-Fi Speakers

Spotify Now Available on OPPO Sonica Wi-Fi Speakers

Spotify Premium subscribers can listen to any song in the Spotify catalog on Sonica

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OPPO Digital today announced that Spotify Premium subscribers can now listen to their music on Sonica Wi-Fi speakers.

Sonica is an elegant and powerful Wi-Fi speaker designed with state of the art technology delivering unbeatable sound quality in a compact package. With the addition of the Spotify Connect support, customers can effortlessly transfer and control their listening experience from the Spotify app to Sonica — just select Sonica from the list of available devices within the Spotify app. If you don't have Spotify Premium, new users can try Spotify Premium free for 30 days by visiting: www.spotify.com/premium.

Spotify is all the music you’ll ever need. Millions of songs available instantly. Just search for the music you love, or let Spotify play you something great. Spotify works on your phone, tablet, computer and home speakers. So you’ll always have the perfect soundtrack for whatever you’re doing.

Sonica comes equipped with Wi-Fi, AirPlay and Bluetooth capabilities, and the companion smartphone and tablet app makes it easy to manage multiple speakers on the same network. Sonica is expertly tuned for a deep, pure, and engaging sound that can be further optimized with for different room sizes, speaker locations, and listening preferences using the Sonica app.

Sonica is available in black or silver color for $299 at oppodigital.com and authorized OPPO resellers. For more information, visit www.oppodigital.com/sonica.

About OPPO Digital

Based in the heart of Silicon Valley, OPPO Digital designs and markets high quality digital electronics that deliver style, performance, innovation, and value to A/V enthusiasts and savvy consumers alike. The company's attention to core product performance and strong customer focus distinguishes it from traditional consumer-electronics brands.

 

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