Is the following setup possible with a single Sonos Amp? From press releases about the Amp I thought it was, but I find it strange that it's not mentioned in the online manual (https://www.sonos.com/support/en/sonos-user-guide/index.html#t=sonos-user-guide%2Famp%2Famp.htm
- TV connected to Sonos Amp via HDMI arc.
- Passive wired speakers connected to the Sonos Amp wired terminals, providing two front channels + phantom center.
- Sonos Sub connected to the sub terminal, providing the .1.
- Two Sonos wireless speakers connected wirelessly to the Amp, providing the rear channels.
I know is otherwise possible to get surround sound with two Amps or with a Playbar/Beam + Amp, but I would like to avoid that (both for price reasons and because I prefer rear speakers to be wireless, so as not to have visible cables through the room). So I was hyped on the possibility of the above setup. I hope it's possible even if it doesn't appear in the manual.
Also another question (secondary): the Amp's manual says "Your speakers’ power rating should be at least 125W for 8 ohm speakers". But I understand that connecting 80 W speakers should be OK as long as I don't crank up the Amp's volume too much, right? I understand that I could fry it if I set the volume to maximum, but I can just not do that.