I then run a line in to my TV to be able to listen to it on my SONOS system. (predominantly in the living room)
A certain times the audio suffers the stuttering and drop outs when watching the TV (everything works perfectly when streaming music to any room)
I have purchase a BOOST to sort this issue out once and for all, but I was wondering if anyone can let me if i need to plug both the BOOST & CONNECT into my router?
Or does the BOOST go into the router and the CONNECT plugs into the BOOST....
Best answer by ratty
By the way, when grouping rooms together you would have seen more reliable results by starting with the CONNECT and adding rooms to it. This would have minimised the amount of traffic load on SonosNet.
To your specific query: only one component needs to be wired. Try with just the BOOST cabled to the router. Be sure to add the BOOST before unwiring the CONNECT.
Make sure you have at least 0.5m / 2' between the router and BOOST. Also check your SonosNet channel doesn't overlap with the router WiFi. Fix the router on 1, 6 or 11 -- at least 5 channels away from SonosNet -- and be sure you don't use a 40MHz width channel for 2.4GHz WiFi.