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Reliability

  • 5 August 2019
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I have had my Sonos system for about 5 years now and have enjoyed it--until recently.
It seems that every time I want to listen to music there is always some kind of issue that
can only be fixed by rebooting everything. This is not what I signed up for.
I used to brag about my system to all who visited but not now.
Get your act together!!!!!!

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I have had my Sonos system for about 5 years now and have enjoyed it--until recently.
It seems that every time I want to listen to music there is always some kind of issue that
can only be fixed by rebooting everything. This is not what I signed up for.
I used to brag about my system to all who visited but not now.
Get your act together!!!!!!


Yes, get your act together. Check your network, check for duplicate op addresses, check for Wi-fi interference... Most problems seem to stem from those issues.
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Since you apparently just wanted to rant at Sonos and don't want a solution to your issues you could have saved the rest of us the effort and time of reading your post by contacting Sonos via e-mail, addresses on the contact page.

If you change your mind about getting your gear working post back some information about your setup and what is happening and the community volunteers here will see if we can help, one of the Sonos folks might even respond.

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