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Adding Sonos Play 3 to existing Speakers

  • 9 December 2018
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My existing system consists of 2 Sonos Play 1 (L&R) in a room called "Patio". I have successfully added my new Play 3 to my account, but I am having issues using it with my existing configuration. I was hoping to add it to the room "Patio" and have all 3 speakers playing at the same time.

Any assistance is greatly appreciated.
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Best answer by Legnum Nick 9 December 2018, 13:23

Call it "Patio Play 3" and group it with "Patio".

You can't bond it with a stereo pair that already exists and I am not sure it is sensible even if it is possible to have two zones with the same name. Therefore, call it something different and group the zones - you will get the same music in perfect sync.
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Call it "Patio Play 3" and group it with "Patio".

You can't bond it with a stereo pair that already exists and I am not sure it is sensible even if it is possible to have two zones with the same name. Therefore, call it something different and group the zones - you will get the same music in perfect sync.
Legnum Nick, thank you for your reply. I was unaware of the group feature, once i created the group, the music played on all the speakers.