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Do I need a ZP90 anymore?

  • 27 May 2019
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Originally I had a ZP 90 for my old HiFi receiver. I no longer have my hi-fi receiver. Now I just want to stream music from my Nas drive or via the Internet. Yesterday my ZP 90 died. I think I read somewhere that I can use one of my Sonos speakers as a new Wi-Fi streamer. Is this true? My play five speaker first generation is near my network switch. Can I use it as a streamer? Or do I have to replace my ZP 90?
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Best answer by John B 27 May 2019, 23:44

Hi. You can wire any speaker so as to run SonosNet. Although that does not really have anything to do with 'wifi streamers'.

In fact, you may not need to wire anything. You certainly don't need a ZP90.

This article may help.

https://support.sonos.com/s/article/3235?language=en_US
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Hi. You can wire any speaker so as to run SonosNet. Although that does not really have anything to do with 'wifi streamers'.

In fact, you may not need to wire anything. You certainly don't need a ZP90.

This article may help.

https://support.sonos.com/s/article/3235?language=en_US
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If you can wire Ethernet to your Play 5 you'll never notice the ZP is gone. I really like Boost mode over WiFi as it bypasses so many sources of frustration.

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