If you want to be able to play music all around your home but don't want unsightly wires everywhere, Sonos claims to have the system for you.

The ZonePlayer line-up allows you to wirelessly control tunes in every room, and the company has just added two new models to its range.

First up is the (non amplified) ZP 90, which connects to existing home theater amplifiers.

It is an upgrade of the ZP 80, but now features SonosNet 2.0, which combines MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output) antennas with Sonos' existing mesh network.

The new ZP120 is Sonos' main amplified unit, which also includes SonosNet 2.0, but is smaller, lighter and more powerful than its predecessor - the ZP 100.

The manufacturer adds that SonosNet 2.0, which comes with both of the new models, doubles the wireless range of the Sonos Multi-Room Music System.

The extended range works between any mix of ZP120s and ZP90s and is compatible with all previous generations of Sonos ZonePlayers, Controllers and ZoneBridges.

The ZP120 will retail for £349 ($499) while the ZP90 will be priced £249 ($349).