Roam Interior


  • Sonos Roam

  • USB cable (3.9 ft/ 1.2 m)

  • Quickstart guide


  • Shadow Black, Lunar White (matte)

  • Auto calibration

  • Weight: 0.95 lb. (0.43 kg)

  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 6.61 x 2.44 x 2.36 in (168 x 62x 60 mm)

  • Compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant

  • Connects via Wifi and Bluetooth

  • Humidity Resistant: The Sonos Move meets IP56 water and dust resistance levels. Just don’t leave it out in a soaking rainstorm. It is not waterproof or water-resistant!

  • Plays up to 10hours on a single charge

  • Waterproof: can be submerged 1 meter for up to 30 minutes


  • Power Supply

  • Strong Wifi Connection

  • Sonos App

  • Sonos Account

  • Amazon Alexa Account


Step 1

Select a location.The Sonos One speaker can be placed just about anywhere in a room space. It sounds great even when placed next to a wall or shelf.

Note: For best performance, leave at least 1" (2.5 cm) space around the back of the speaker.

Step 2

Insert the charging cable into an adapter and then plug the power cord to a working power supply socket.

Step 3

Insert the other end of the power cord into the speaker. You should see a white light at the top of the speaker, this means that the speaker is powered up and ready for use.

Status LED Lights 



Solid White

The Sonos product is powered up and functioning properly.

No Light

This means that the Sonos product is not powered on. Make sure that the power cable is fully inserted into the Sonos product as well as a working socket. If you have a portable Sonos speaker, turn it back on using the power button or by placing it on the charging base.

Flashing White

The Sonos product is booting up after being plugged into power. The status light will also flash white while it’s waiting to connect to the network.

Solid Green

The Sonos product is muted. You can increase the volume using the Sonos app or the volume controls on the product itself.

Flashing Green

The Sonos product is powered on and ready to be set up. It has not yet been configured or connected to a Sonos system.

If your Sonos product is not brand new, a flashing green light means that the product was reset and is ready to be set up.

Solid Orange

During setup, a solid orange light means that the Sonos product was not able to complete the setup process. You can clear this state by rebooting your Sonos product.  

A solid orange light can also mean that the Sonos product is overheating. Turn off your Sonos product and allow it to cool down before attempting to power it back on.

Flashing Orange

During setup, the status light will flash orange while the Sonos product is establishing a connection.

The status light may flash orange rapidly after you press the Play/Pause button on a Sonos product. This means that there’s nothing in the playback queue or nothing was played recently. If this happens, use the Sonos app to start playing something instead.

Flashing Orange and White

The status light will flash orange and white when your Sonos product is updating.

If you’re resetting your Sonos product, the status light will flash orange and white while the reset is in process.

In rare cases, a flashing orange and white status light indicates a fault condition. 

Flashing Red

A new (or reset) Sonos product will show a flashing red light if it is not set up within 30 minutes of powering on. Clear this state by rebooting your Sonos product.

Flashing White and Red

The Sonos product failed to update. Reboot your Sonos product and attempt to update the product again. 

Flashing Blue

The portable Sonos product is in Bluetooth pairing mode and is available to connect with a device via Bluetooth.

Solid Blue

The portable Sonos product is connected with a device in Bluetooth mode. Note that the light will remain solid blue even if the Sonos product loses connection to the device.

Flashing Red, White, Orange and Green

The Sonos product is in a hardware diagnostic mode. You can clear this by pressing the product’sJoin button. If your product doesn’t have a Join button, you can press the  Play/Pause.

Microphone Light Status

No Light 

The microphone on the Sonos product is disabled. Voice assistants and automatic Trueplay™ are unavailable.

Solid White

The microphone is enabled.

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