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Sonos AMP and a mixer set up

  • 8 June 2021
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I wondered if people have experience with a similar set up.

 

I plan to have 2 turntables and a mixer for DJing. From the mixer to the Sonos amp with phono leads which powers 2 ceiling speakers. 

 

The question is before I set this all up is if I am not pushing the sound to a multiroom set up and just going via the amp to the speakers will there be a delay? Obviously the sound through the headphones and the speakers would need to match. Lot of money to spend as a test!

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Best answer by Ken_Griffiths 8 June 2021, 13:58

Yes, expect to hear an audio delay of around 75ms, or more, as Sonos has that level of buffering for line-in/multiroom playback anyway (whether you decide to group speakers, or NOT). It’s not the type of system to use for mixing, or DJing either for that matter.

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Yes, expect to hear an audio delay of around 75ms, or more, as Sonos has that level of buffering for line-in/multiroom playback anyway (whether you decide to group speakers, or NOT). It’s not the type of system to use for mixing, or DJing either for that matter.

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