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Avoid SonosNet if one unit has to be wired

  • 20 April 2022
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I have a SonosAmp with a fried wireless card and accordingly has to be hardwired. Once I hardwire it, Sonos defaults to SonosNet. However, due to the layout of my home/speaker locations, SonosNet actually leads to worse performance (I have a big physical gap between sonos speakers) as compared to wifi which has better overall coverage. Is it possible to force Sonos to use wifi, even if one of the units is hardwired? I’d like to avoid buying a Boost. 

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Best answer by Airgetlam 20 April 2022, 19:36

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Turn off the “radio” on that wired device.