I am building a multiroom set up through our house using 3 Sonos AMPs and existing wired passive ceiling speakers and bookshelf speakers. Using the Sonos Amp for what it was intended to be used for is working very well.
We also host live music gigs at home and it would be great to be able to connect our analogue wireless microphone system into the line-in on the Sonos AMP, to then amplify the sound out to our wired ceiling speakers. No streaming required.
I tried this last week and the latency made it unusable for live music, even with uncompressed line-in on the Sonos AMP.
I understand from other threads and the help pages that this is because the AMP uses buffering to help with reliable streaming to wireless speakers and causes a delay of around 75ms.
Last week I hooked up the wireless microphone system to the line-in on an old school HiFi A/V receiver / amplifier, connected to the same ceiling speakers and achieved undetectable latency. However as we are moving to a Sonos multiroom set up it would be nice to avoid the need to keep switching amps when doing live gigs.
Would it be possible to have a setting where buffering was disabled, specifically to for this purpose? Or does anyone else on here have a workaround for this problem?