Sonos and iTunes

I have the Sonos Connect and a Bridge connected to a NAS drive (LG 2TB). Everything is working perfectly. I connected both units with ethernet cables as I had them run anyway to my rack. I go analogue out to my multi Channel Cary Amp to play music outdoors and I go digital to my Theta Pre/Pro to play music on my main stereo when I am too lazy to pop a CD into my player. I use the Sonos App on my droid phone to play all my music. My wife and daughter just love the Sonos App on their iPhones they are always changing my music selections the little brats! Perhaps I gave them too much power.

As I do not have any experience with iTunes I’d like to help my daughter play her songs from iTunes (Not from her hard drive) through the Sonos. Can someone please give me step by step instructions on how to do this? I have read the instructions on the Sonos site but i just don’t get it.

Thanks you very much!
Suggest you take a look on the Sonos forum. Everything you need should be there.

Good luck.
I'm suspecting by now you have discovered that the new sonos software allows anyone with the sonos ap on their smart phone to play music off their phone on your system. Pretty cool.......they must have been listening to you in July
use musconv tool to transfer music files from one platform to other such as amazon music to spotify, tidal to spotify, amazon music to google play music and more -
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As I know, iTune music is in AAC codec and M4A format, you may not enjoy iTunes songs on sonos. I'd suggest you to convert iTunes music to mp3, then you will be able to able to enjoy it on sonos. 

Sonos Connect has very high jitter to be feeding to a DAC:

Synchro-Mesh can reduce this to 7psec, lower than ANY CD transport.  You want Sonos to sound better than a CD player? The Synchro-Mesh can do this.

Steve N.

Empirical Audio

Why don't you stream from Amazon Prime?  SQ is excellent and no DRM.
Apple Music Converter Mac is the tool for me to convert purchased iTunes music from M4P to MP3. Since all Apple music are encrypted with fairplay DRM protection, it can be played on Apple devices only. Fortunately, now you can use this DRM removal tool to remove DRM protection and convert music to MP3, WAV, FLAC, M4A, M4B, AAC, etc at faster speed without hampering the quality. After conversion, it will be much easier for you to play all Apple music on any devices freely. 
Well, you can try Tunelf Audio Converter to convert iTunes music from a protected format to a common MP3 or other audio formats that are supported by Sonos. After that, you can easily transfer all these iTunes songs to Sonos for playing easily. I've used this tool for several months and it worked well. The output quality is almost the same as the original ones. Still quite happy with it.