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Latency with aux in with SONOS FIVE

  • 5 January 2021
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Hello,

 

I’m DJing with a DDJ 1000 and i’m interested in buying a SONOS FIVE for my small living room. My main need is to have no latency. I saw that the SONOS FIVE has a AUX IN, but I also heard that the SONOS FIVE has a 70ms latency with its Wi-Fi connection.

 

Is it possible to confirm to me that with the AUX IN, there is no latency ?
 

Thanking you in advance for your answer !

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Best answer by ratty 5 January 2021, 12:00

There is always latency, for any Line-In. The minimum is about 75ms. Sonos is a multiroom networked system which requires some latency to ensure dropout-free synchronised play.

Yours is not the first such enquiry about a DJ type of use case. I’m afraid Sonos is not a suitable product for this.

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There is always latency, for any Line-In. The minimum is about 75ms. Sonos is a multiroom networked system which requires some latency to ensure dropout-free synchronised play.

Yours is not the first such enquiry about a DJ type of use case. I’m afraid Sonos is not a suitable product for this.

There is always latency, for any Line-In. The minimum is about 75ms. Sonos is a multiroom networked system which requires some latency to ensure dropout-free synchronised play.

Yours is not the first such enquiry about a DJ type of use case. I’m afraid Sonos is not a suitable product for this.

Ok I understand, thank you for your answer.

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