Trying to clarify something here: I know that plugging a network cable into one of my Sonos speakers creates Sonosnet that all of my speakers will connect to instead of my WiFi network. Assuming all speakers are not too far apart and already have decent WiFi coverage, does a Boost add anything to this? Put another way, does plugging a network cable into a speaker basically do what a Boost does and create a mesh network between all the speakers?
I’m asking because I have a paired set of Sonos One SLs and one of them keeps dropping out, even in a wired configuration and even though the speakers are only at opposite ends of the room (about 20-feet apart and line of sight, no obstructions). I’m not sure a Boost would help if my speakers are already in a wired configuration.