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Android has no way to adjust individual speaker volume

  • 8 June 2019
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How did SONOS miss this basic function?

I don't like my speaker setup on 5.1 surround sound because the rear speaker volume is too low relative to the playbar and subwoofer.

I would like to turn up the volume on ONLY selected speaker(s) and cannot.

Even my factory car radio has a FADE function.

Why doesn't my $2,000 Sonos Surround sound offer such basic functionality?
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Best answer by nik9669a 8 June 2019, 22:37

Why spend $2,000 on a system and not read the setup guides?

https://support.sonos.com/s/article/2927?language=en_US

clearly shows how to do what you’re saying is lacking.
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I've responded to your other post about this, and given you directions on how to do so.
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Why spend $2,000 on a system and not read the setup guides?

https://support.sonos.com/s/article/2927?language=en_US

clearly shows how to do what you’re saying is lacking.
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Thank you, I have read the article before and again just now. Although it refers to the "Advanced Audio -> Surround Settings" (which are found levels deep into the menu), it has no means to adjust individual speaker volume, which is the crux of this topic.

If I am wrong, would you please quote for me what I seem to be missing.

The "best" answer to the the question of "How to change individual speaker volume" is "You cannot."

I don't like my speaker setup on 5.1 surround sound because the rear speaker volume is too low relative to the playbar and subwoofer.

That was what you said was the issue and it can be changed

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