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HI all! :D Thanks so much in advance for your advice! Another Noob question! 1. i'm really excited to be on the verge of buying a playbar/ sub for my home thats being renovated at the moment. With a single component required to be connected to the router, can that single component be the sub or does it have to be the player? 2. Should i wait abit longer for a new edition of the playbar? Many thanks!! Dave
Hi, I own the Playbar and for my living room it is a wonderful device. I also have a TV in my office and space is rather confined. Placing the TV on top of a sound stand/pedestal would solve the space issue. Would Sonos issue a compact Player or stand/pedestal in the future?
I was over on the B & H Photo web site and I was looking at the SONOS Subwoofer. It indicated that the Sub now includes "Integrated SONOSNet 2.0 Extender". I then when to the SONOS website and see no reference to this "New" stuff. I also noticed on the B&H site that they had discontinued Subs. Could someone please explain what changed and why the new is better?
Hello I am helping a friend set up Sonos in his vacation home. I've set up Sonos many times before (simple), but his particulars are stumping us. Here are the specifics: he has two homes next to each other, and they share an internet connection. Home 1 has the main internet pipe coming in, and then running through a router/firewall (Airport Extreme if it matters). Home 2 has an ethernet cable running from Home 1's Airport Extreme to its own router (Airport Express). Each of the wireless networks use different SSIDs etc, but obviously sharing the same network (and DHCP etc). What we are trying to do is to create separate system for Home 2, so that if someone is renting it down there, they don't also see the other sonos products on Home 1's network. As it is now, when you join a mobile device to Sonos anywhere in home 1 or 2, you see all 6 sonos products. We'd like Home 2 to see only their zones and Home 1 to see only theirs. I contend that the only way to do this is via
Our router was moved to a closet, so I can't plug my Sonos Connect to it as well as keep it connected to my analog receiver and speakers. What do I need to connect to a network? Is the Bridge still my best option or are there other options?
Hello fellow Sonos users, My wife & I are working on remodeling the basement and are at the budgetary phase. My wish to is to add another pair in the house of PlayBar & Sub. The room will primarily used by teens (not us - we want to have some peace & quiet!) and if we can't budget the PB+Sub I'll be looking for plan B. Please don't hate me: anyone has a suggestion for a soundbar + wireless sub and maybe 2 more wireless speakers to make a 5.1 setup? Was looking a Vizio, pricing is appealing ($500 for a 5.1 kit) but what about sound, will I cry my price difference away in regret? Same idea with Sony, Polk and other vendors. Damn why did Sonos make sure a good product? :cool: Looking for advice & guidance, thanks in advance!
Hello - I have a connect amp & I have it connected to my turntable and it plays my vinyl through my Sonos speakers wonderfully. My question is previously I had my turntable running through Altec lansing speakers & sub system. I am wondering if I can connect those to my connect amp & utilize them for both Sonos and turntable listening. It seems obvious that this is possible but the cords for the Altecs are more of a computer speaker nature rather than traditional speaker wire so I am unsure where to plug them into to configure it right. Any guidance or feedback is greatly appreciated. Tom
Hi Sonos, firstly "I LOVE MY SONOS SPEAKERS"! However I appear to have lost some of the small rubber feet from the Play 3 speakers I have. Please could you let me know where I can purchase some, as the SONOS rep at my local John Lewis does not know where I can. P.S. My favourite are the Play 1's - sleek and powerful
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