I have an Amazon Echo Dot and a Sonos Play 1 speaker.
My Echo Dot is linked with the Sonos speaker with the Sonos skill on Alexa.
I have opened a subscription to Amazon Unlimited Music on my Echo Dot only - single device subscription.
I can stream Amazon Unlimited Music (Playlists, tracks, albums etc) to my Echo Dot, playing through its own speaker / through a Bluetooth connected speaker / through a cable connected speaker.
I can stream my Amazon on-line 'My Music Library' (ie music which I have purchased from Amazon) to all of these AND to my Sonos speaker.
I can't stream any Amazon Unlimited Music to my Sonos speaker, even though I have a subscription service.
I cannot understand why I can play this music service on any speaker other than the Sonos..! I have raised this with Amazon customer services but have so far failed to get them to even understand what I'm talking about..!
Has anybody tried this service in this way.?. Seems like the perfect way to stream music at a reasonable cost but I would like it through the Sonos for sound quality
Best answer by Dom1da
i am afraid you need an Amazon Music Unlimited Individual subscription to play on sonos Play:1 as well as echo dot.
as your subscription only allows you to play on one Amazon echo dot and no other Amazon devices and you can't stream to sonos speakers ether.