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  • 13 August 2019
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Hallo,
Ik heb een Bram een play 1 en een symphonike boekenplank van Ikea. Deze wil ik graag in een surround koppelen. Waarom kan dit niet? Komt deze optie er nog?

Met vriendelijke groet,
Mark Kraan
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Best answer by Airgetlam 13 August 2019, 22:07

You've posted in the English speaking area of the forum, so I'll reply in English.

There's no expectation that Sonos will ever allow two different speakers to pair. You can certainly group them as two separate rooms, but pairing them as stereo speakers, or setting them up as surrounds will require two of the same kind. i.e. two PLAY:1s, two Sonos Ones, two IKEA Symfoniks.
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You've posted in the English speaking area of the forum, so I'll reply in English.

There's no expectation that Sonos will ever allow two different speakers to pair. You can certainly group them as two separate rooms, but pairing them as stereo speakers, or setting them up as surrounds will require two of the same kind. i.e. two PLAY:1s, two Sonos Ones, two IKEA Symfoniks.
Oké, sorry this was my first time here. Thanks for your answer!
No worries. There is a Swedish subsection of the forum, but when you're posting, it's not as easily found.

You're most welcome. 🙂
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No worries. There is a Swedish subsection of the forum, but when you're posting, it's not as easily found.

You're most welcome. :)


Lol, it's Dutch ;)

https://nl.community.sonos.com
I thought the word Svenska meant Swedish?

https://en.community.sonos.com/sonos-svenska-forum-229098
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It does, but OP posted in Dutch not Swedish 😛
Interesting. Google translate told me it was Swedish.

Neither Dutch nor Swedish are languages I’m familiar with.

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