I am considering added a sonos system to an airplane hangar that only has power and no hard wired internet connection. After a bit of research it seems I can do it with a Travel router with the speakers attached to the router with an ethernet cable. However, I have no experience doing this and have a few questions and concerns.
I dont have an unlimited plan but think it still should be OK since I am not there more than one day a week anyhow. If the speakers are attached to the wireless network on the travel router and I am streaming music, will I be double charged for data.. Ie both router and streaming music are eating data at the same time?
Does the Symfonisk need to be attached to the travel router with the cable and if I have 2 speakers do I need 2 cables? Or can it all be wireless?
Internet will be via a Verizon Hotspot and I will control it with my phone or a laptop.
Airplane hangar is about 1400 sq feet which is why I am looking at the sonos system versus using a few linked Bluetooth speakers. However, bluetooth is essentially free and easy to set up so may go that route if anyone has suggestions of a good set of speakers I can pair for stereo.
Also considering getting the Symfonisk speakers anyhow for the home as a first intro to Sonos and then wont have the hot spot issues... Or should it all not work out in the hangar, I can always install them in the house.
Open to any and all suggestions.