I'm in the process of mulling over a bathroom renovation. One thing I cannot get a satisfactory answer to is the ability to control audio in the bathroom. (set-up is to be ceiling speakers with a ZP100 in the loft). I realise the Sonos controller is 'splash-proof' but i'd rather not have such an item in the bathroom.
I'm currently in a hotel and have found what I think is my ideal solution - although i'm hoping somehow, it can be compatible with the Sonos.
Inside the bathroom is a small waterproof socket with 4 buttons 'On', 'Off', 'Vol +' and 'Vol -'. these have the ability to control the hifi within the main room of the suite.
Ideally, such a switch located in the bathroom would remove the need for the Controller in the bathroom as a playlist/radio could be started outside and once in the bathroom the speakers could be turned 'On' and the volume adjusted according to the background noise (shower/bath running etc...). The 'On/Off' switch is not required, its the volume i'm more interested in.
(one of my [more-mental] ideas is to keep an eye out on the like of Ebay for a faulty (Preferably screen broken, i.e something 'superficial' ) controller and butcher this into a flush wall mount) There must be a better solution that this?!
ANyone have any idea's how this can be achieved? ANY ideas would be much appreciated.