This may be the most convoluted question of all time, so please bear with me, and answer as if you’re talking to a rather dull five-year-old, which you essentially are, though I’m actually in my 50s:
I have two Sonos Ones, which were set up as a stereo pair at my old house; we have since moved, and got a Sonos Beam, primarily for the big new TV, and I also have a third, new Sonos One.
Ideal situation: I would like to have each of the three Sonos Ones in a different room (so no longer a stereo pair, which sounds really bad now, having one in two different rooms in stereo). The Beam works fine for the TV, but I would like to be able to play music out of it as well at times, i.e. essentially having four different speakers.
How do I get there from here? The two I’ve already set up are 1) in stereo and 2) calibrated for rooms in our previous house, which have much different dimensions than the rooms in the new place. So I assume I need to somehow wipe them clean and then start from scratch as if I had three new Ones?
Is it even possible to set it all up so the Beam defaults to being the TV speaker (as it currently is), but somehow I can switch it to music so it plays the same tunes as the other three Ones at times?
Hopefully this makes sense...basically, I want/need to go from one pair of Ones, set up in stereo, to three Ones in three different rooms, so no more stereo, plus loop in the Beam that I’ve set up for the TV (in yet another room) so I can have a four-speaker set-up throughout the new house.
Just trying to type this all gives me a headache...anyone who can actually give me a clear answer (or point me to a source that can help me to this) will be thanked profusely and rewarded if it all possible! Thanks so much in advance for any assistance...
Best answer by GuitarSuperstarView original