I’ve done some searching and just wanted validate if I’m correct in my thinking. We are doing a full reno and I’m looking to put Sonos In-Ceiling into our main floor. I was curious on the following:
I understand that I can put 6 Architect speakers connected to ONE Sonos AMP. I know that those 3 pairs/6 speakers can only play ONE source of music. With this setup, however, can I independently control the volume to different zones?
For context. I have an open concept first floor. I wanted to put one pair in the kitchen, one pair in the living room and one pair in the dining room ceilings. I’m trying to figure out how I can (Most cost effectively) control those 3 rooms volume independently...ideally from the app, like I do my Sonos 1’s. I’m ok with the fact I can only play one source of music from this setup.
It seems like I can’t control volume independently between the 3 pairs without installing a analog dial on the wall. I’m hoping I’m wrong.
Thank you in advance.
Best answer by GuitarSuperstarView original