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USING THE SONOS AMP WITH OTHER SONOS SPEAKERS

  • 3 October 2019
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I HAVE EXISTING PASSIVE SPEAKERS ON OUR PATIO AND DECK IN THE BACKYARD AND I WANT TO ADD THE SONOS AMP TO POWER THEM BUT MY CONCERN IS IF I AM USING THE TV AS THE AUDIO INPUT TO SAY LISTEN TO A BASEBALL GAME OUTSIDE WILL THE SOUND COME THROUGH THE OTHER SONOS SPEAKERS I HAVE IN THE HOUSE? I HAVE THREE SONOS ONE'S THROUGHOUT THE HOUSE THAT I WOULD LIKE IT TO WORK WITH? I FEEL LIKE I AM OVERTHINKING THIS BUT THAT IS WHAT I USUALLY DO. I AM A RETIRED SOUND SYSTEM INSTALLER AND UNDERSTAND TECHNICAL TALK BUT THIS IS MAKING MY HEAD HURT THINKING ABOUT IT!! ANY HELP WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. 🎶🎵🎶
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Best answer by melvimbe 3 October 2019, 19:47

You will be able to group the amp with any combination of your other Sonos Ones to hear TV audio or music.
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You will be able to group the amp with any combination of your other Sonos Ones to hear TV audio or music.
Note that there is a slight delay between the "room" that is the TV input room, and any grouped rooms, of roughly 75ms.

Plus any additional delay caused by typing in all caps 🙂