Hi all, I have recently purchased a new Sonos five and a beam 2nd gen… They sound amazing so that’s a great start! I want to create a stereo sound so I am thinking of buying either two of the Sonos ones, or purchased another Sonos five. What I am wanting to know is, if I was to purchase the two Sonos ones, could I group them in a way that allows me to stream music from the Sonos five and the two Sonos ones.. I would ideally have the two Sonos ones on opposing sides of the room to create a wide stereo sound. Or, because I am grouping this with a single Sonos five, do they all play in mono and I do not get a stereo effect from the two Sonos ones?? If that’s the case, would the recommendation be that I simply buy another Sonos five, and create my stereo sound that way? I could then also link those two Sonos fives to my beam, for a surroundsound whilst watching movies.. I would appreciate any input. I also have my record player connected to the sonos 5 with rca cable into the AUX. I can get it to play into the beam, not in left/right channels obviously… So again I would love to know if it was possible to have the record player plugged into the Sonos five, and playing from that whilst also playing in stereo left and right to the pair of Sonos ones?? I don’t think it is capable of this somehow.. Would love some suggestions to help and Newby out!
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