St. Louisans Keep Your Classical Music with a Sonos ZonePlayer

At the very end of the premiere of Beethoven’s ninth symphony he had to be turned around to see the thunderous applause behind him and he wept from the reaction. For those who do not know, Beethoven was deaf for a large part of his composing career and never heard many of his greatest works. While St. Louis is not deaf, we did lose our only classical music station KFUO when it was sold and changed formats to JOY FM, leaving a void in classical music lovers’ hearts across the area. Like Beethoven, beautiful classical music is still around us, we just can’t hear it on the AM/FM dial. To help we have a solution, it’s called a Sonos ZonePlayer. This all-in-one home audio system uses your home Internet system to pick up online radio stations. In fact it’s pre-loaded with over 25,000 stations and is capable of streaming Napster, Pandora, Rhapsody and SIRIUS. Or for those with an extensive classical music collection, it can play music directly off your computer or MP3 player. A Sonos ZonePlayer requires no installation, and can go anywhere in your home, bringing music to any room in your house wirelessly. Sonos ZonePlayers deliver unmatched audio quality making hisses, crackles and hums a thing of the past, music is without delays and heard with perfect clarity. For all of you loyal KFUO listeners, this is a solution that can give you back the wide variety of music only a radio station can offer. Don’t be left like Beethoven, unable to hear some off the world’s greatest classical music and crying while others enjoy...