Setup: 6 Sonos Connects in a central location, stacked right next to each other, connected to amplifiers so that speaker wire is run to different rooms in the house. There is a Boost plugged into the router to create a Sonos-only network.
Why would a Boost make sense in this case, when they're all right next to the router and have two ethernet ports? It'd be easy to daisy chain them together with ethernet cables, and then you wouldn't have yet another wireless network.
I've read elsewhere on this forum that having multiple Connects should yield multiple options for Line-In. With this setup, none of the Line-In inputs show up, even when a signal is being sent to the RCA jacks. Could the instaler have disabled them somehow?
Thank you for your help, I'm likely to end up being the first number that my folks call for tech support, so I want to make sure that I understand all this as well as possible.
Best answer by Stanley_4
On the line-in issue, that seems odd. Maybe plug in a line-in cable and try power cycling the Connect?