Best answer by Chris
1) I'm currently building a new house and play on having two TVs each with its own Playbar and two Play 1 or Play 3 speakers, then a Connect Amp wired to outdoor speakers. I have the ability (now) to wire any or all of these devices via Ethernet back to their own Ethernet switches and ultimately the router. Based on what I've read, the BOOST configuration is generally superior to regular WiFi, in which case I will plan on wiring at least one device via Ethernet to create a BOOST network. Is there a benefit in connecting more than one, or ALL of the Sonos devices via hard-wired Ethernet vs a single device?
Depends really on distance. I would say best case is to never have any unit more than 30ft from another. If you have a longer span between units then possible wiring the further unit would help. Some routers though can have issues with more then one hooked to router (stop issues) but that is rare.View original
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