I have a rather dated Sonos system (the original ZP80’s!), which I decommissioned years ago, after they output full-volume “digital noise” when I inadvertently played a higher-than-supported bitrate, and which blew up my very expensive Wilson Audio tweeters.
I have a large collection of high-bitrate files, and while I don’t expect them to play on Sonos, it obviously would have been a lot better if the Sonos gear muted the high-bitrate audio, rather than outputting the incredibly harsh/shrill/loud tweeter-destroying signal that it did.
I know I could always set up a second audio library - deleting all high-bitrate material - but that seems like a less-then-ideal solution.
Does Sonos gear still behave in this fashion? I am interested in upgrading to the new Sonos Ports, but I’m not willing to risk further damage to my high-end system.
Thanks for any insights ...