Sonos version 8.5 is now available, bringing some minor bug fixes and reliability improvements to Sonos. As part of this update, Sonos CR100 controllers will no longer connect with Sonos systems. Learn more at sonos.com/cr100.
Yeah, it's unbelievable that sometimes one still has to use their fingertips in order to control Sonos. It's a cruel world out there. (Sorry couldn't resist.)
Hi Ryan,You wrote “As part of this update...”. Can you share the other part of this update?Thanks!
Yes, but the $49 Roav VIVA isn't a sophisticated multi-room system, is it?
But I cannot see how any of these normal "house keeping" items would have necessitated the demise of the CR100.There must be something more surely?
Looking forward to the Sonos One - Google Assistant integration!
Most of the changes in this update aren't readily visible aside from the CR100, unless you were experiencing one of the bugs that was fixed.
So there still isn’t an option to have different volumes in different zones for alarms? FFS, how difficult is it to implement? I (and others) have been asking for this for years.
The one fix I’ve noticed, is improvement to the 'detect new sesion' feature, as it now maintains existing room groupings when the screen pops up.
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