I currently have a small setup comprising of 3 Play:1's and a connect:amp. These are complimented by a Sonos Boost.
I am not tech savvy and seek some clarification. I have setup my bridge in th eoofice which is connected to my modem router via an ethernet switch.
The Connect:amp is in the lounge room and is connected via ethernet.
The play:1's are all setup as wireless around different locations of my house.
The boost sits next to one of the Play:1's and is connected wirelessly.
The entire system seems to work fine with the occasional drop out.
I recently purchased the TP Link Deco mesh system which made me pull my hair out as I could not get Sonos to work, and if it did, only 1 play:1 was showing, not four. At this time, I unplugged the mesh system and reverted to my Belkin range extender's network and I have all products working.
Should I have the boost connected via ethernet to gain better communication with all speakers, or is this setup suitable?
I have read on other forums that you should not have more than 1 sonos connected via ethernet.
Appreciate any help or clarification.
Best answer by mickeyg04