Looking to use Amazon Echo to control Sonos Amp (and/or Sonos 5) via Alexa. I believe the Echo can be connected to the Sonos equipment by wire or wirelessly.
- Is there some advantages to using a 3.5mm to RCA (Amp) (or 3.5mm (Five)) cable to connect the output from the Echo to the input of the Sonos device (to have it play on the Sonos) vs setting up an Alexa Group to play the sound from the Echo to the Sonos?
- Would the sound when using a cable be better/worse quality compared to the wireless setup (for streaming music for example)?
- Overall, what would be the preferred way -- Wired or Wireless? (The devices will be close enough together that either way can be accomplished.)
Thanks for your support.
Best answer by melvimbeView original