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Hi all,Today we announce the Sub Mini, the wireless subwoofer that sets a new standard in its category for powerful, balanced bass. Available in matte black and white, Sub Mini will be available globally starting October 6.Sonos Sub Mini Small but Mighty: Sub Mini Boosts Bass Across Movies, Music, Gaming and MoreBass without the Buzzkill: Dual custom woofers and advanced processing generate deep, dynamic low end with no buzz or rattle, helping you feel more immersed in every scene and song. Within the acoustically sealed cabinet, both woofers face inward to create a force-canceling effect that neutralizes distortion. Balanced Sound: Advanced digital signal processing maximizes bass response and reproduces the full-toned low frequencies expected from a much larger subwoofer, allowing paired speakers like Beam, Ray, One, or One SL to focus on more mid-range and high frequencies for a richer, more powerful sound experience all around.Pairs Well With…: Drum up the drama in every movie scen
Until earlier today I was able to connect Apple TV to any Airplay enabled Sonos product by swiping down in whatever I was watching on Apple TV to bring up ATV Audio menu to Sonos. The Apple remote then controlled volume, pause etc etc. As of this afternoon, the Sonos products have disappeared on the Apple drop down Audio menu. Any ideas as to what might have changed? This has been working perfectly for the last 2 years! Has there been a falling out b/t Sonos and Apple?
Getting my money’s worth today …. third post 😀Have a sub that I’ve owned since new (think a gen 2) and has worked perfectly to date.But I did a few component move arounds and this one previously doing duty in the kitchen was moved to the hall ….. the kitchen redecoration lent itself to a new Gen 3 in white.Came to connect it up just and it works but dropped in and out on initial playback then dropped out altogether when I moved it to its side. I reset it and added it again upright and seems be working fine now. But I wondered if it was good practice put it on its side or if there was a sensor that cut it out when not upright?Reason to put it on side was purely cosmetic as it fitted under a footstool. That proved to be also a bad idea on a wood floor as the limited time it has sat there, it sustained surface scratches. But surprised it prove be a problem operationally on it’s side …. or am I convincing myself of mixed facts/circumstances?Nothing unusual about the unit save to say that
I just migrated to a new MacBook and am downloading software. I went to download the Sonos app for Mac and saw that there are other (pay) apps available - Remote for Sonos, Switch for Sonos, Soro for Sonos, Audio Cast for Sonos. I have (unfortunately) two PlayBars and 5 Play:1 speakers. I know there are a lot of posts about how rotten the Sonos for Mac app is and I agree.Does anyone have experience with these apps (or others)? I wish I could “try before I buy” but it’s not an options. Reviews seem to be good? Thanks! As a complete aside and simple rant, because Sonos’s screwed us with their policy on “older” speakers that are 2-4 years old, I’m planning to go 3rd party as I can afford it to replace the Play:1’s. I’ll keep the PlayBars - we don’t really use them for music. I have zero interest in smart speakers unless the listening ability can be turned off. Just had to say!
I just moved homes, and we have ATT Fiber WIFI. When I go to connect my Playbar to WIFI as we did in our previous home, I get an error once I enter the WIFI password. I plan to swtich the route to 2.4ghz tonight to see if that will solve the issue, but I wanted to see if there were any alternative suggestions. I am unable to hardwire the Playbar, so in an attempt to alleviate the connectivity issues I purchased a Sonos Boost so I could run everything through the Sonosnet. The issue, however, is that with the Sonos app not able to connect to the WIFI, the functionality of the app is limited, including the ability to add a Boost. This has become endlessly frustrating, so I wanted to see if there were any solutions that I haven’t thought of yet. I appreciate it in advance!
I have a simple question: I would like to know which TV is best for our sonos system. I have a TCL, who has problems with lip sync. And it's time to get a new tv. I would really like to get some opinions based on your usage please? My system is simple, Sonos Beam gen 1, pair of Sonos play 1. And I'm going to buy a mini Sub. Possibly I will sell the beam, to get a Beam gen. 2 with Dolby Atmos, so it would be nice to have a TV with Atmos too. Thanks
Anyone else experiencing the same issue? Multichannel PCM 5.1 blanks out for a second every 1-2 minutes. I don’t think it’s a bandwidth issue as it works flawlessly with Multichannel PCM 7.1 (thorough test) and Dolby TrueHD Atmos (quick test). And it may have been caused by the Sonos 14.10 update. Setup is PS5→ LG C1→ Beam 2 (via earc). 2 weeks ago before the 14.10 update, I watched a bluray film wherein I had my PS5 transcode the DTS-HD MA 5.1 audio to Multichannel PCM 5.1 (as the C1 does not support DTS) and had no issues. Earlier today, I played a bluray film for the first time in 2 weeks and I encountered consistent audio dropouts every 1-2 minutes. It had the same setup where DTS-HD MA 5.1 → Multichannel PCM 5.1. I tested other bluray discs including the one I watched 2 weeks ago and they all now have the same issue. Curiously, I’ve been gaming heavily on my PS5 the past two 2 weeks and haven’t had any audio issues. Then I realized that I’ve been using Multichannel PCM 7.1 when ga
I finally got the chance to tinker around with 14.16 today. I have an Arc plus Sub Gen 2. Oddly enough, when I turn TruePlay OFF it totally neuters the bass on my system. When it is on it sounds powerful and authoritative, more so than before. I was not prompted to re-run TruePlay as others were upon downloading 14.16. Has anyone else noticed more pronounced bass with 14.16 with TruePlay ON as opposed to the other way around (the “work around”)? Specifically, has anyone else noticed better bass with Arc plus Sub Gen 2 when running 14.16?
Hi, sorry for the noob question... totally new to Sonos (yesterday) and trying to get everything sorted in the app.I have a lot of tracks in playlists in my YT library that I now want to stream on Sonos. I've set up all my other streaming services successfully...but not YT.I've linked and authorized through Sonos app and YT, but when I access YT in the Sonos app I get the message 'Unable to browse music'.I've deleted and started again...no difference.I've re-authorized...no difference.Any suggestions for a fix before I ditch the Sonos app (on day 2 😂!) and buy a Bluetooth receiver.Many thanksRob
Hello all, please bear with my lack of knowledge in this area but I am looking for some advice on my home set up. I have recently started work on extending the rear of my house and have bought 4 x Sonance ceiling speakers and a Sonos Amp. We have also been looking at acquiring a Sonos Beam (gen1) and was wondering how this all comes together.The (albeit simple) plan below shows the set up that I have in mind, but the complication is the soundbar that I would like to add to the equation. If I add the soundbar, how is it connected to the TV Arc if the Amp is already connecting to that? Secondly, can I control the outputs through the app (i.e shut off the kitchen speakers if listening to music in the living room? (for instance)Thirdly, if I play the PS5 through the TV, would sound come through the soundbar and also through the ceiling speakers?Like I said, this is very new to me and the house is very much a building site still, so I have no way of testing it (which is how I tend to learn
14.16 is released, any luck in improvement?
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