Can the Amp and Connect be told to output mono rather than stereo? Using with mono ceiling speakers in bathroom and kitchen.
Single ceiling speakers (already bought) being used in the bathroom and kitchen. I need to sum the stereo signal for those, as I listen to a lot of soul which is 'dual mono' i.e. drums on left, everything else on right. Can the output be set to mono?
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I had another customer, yesterday who wanted better 'wireless' speakers than PLAY:5. The Play:5s are great value for money, but my customer wanted something better. 2 Connect Amps bi-amping a pair of nice mid-priced speakers could have suited him down to the ground. It's worth noting that my 'L-or-R mono option' is already offered as 'create a stereo pair' in the PLAY: products (L+R is in the PLAY:1). But stereo-pair Connect:Amps? Please?
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Not so hard because you would not use a sonos amp in this situation. You would use a connect and you can simply use RCA Y cables to make it mono then hook it up to the appropriate amp for whole house audio. The sonsos amp units are not made for audio distribution, but single rooms with stereo speakers.
"RCA Y cables to make it mono"....Good way to damage your unit. Sonos needs to make mono available in their software. It's that simple. All these other "solutions" are half-baked and a source of future problems, never mind extra cost. I can't believe there isn't even a reply from someone at sonos on this thread. Especially with at least two dealers chiming in.
"RCA Y cables to make it mono".... LOL... Good way to damage your unit. Sonos needs to make mono available in their software. It's that simple. All these other "solutions" are half-baked and a source of future problems, never mind extra cost. I can't believe there isn't even a reply from someone at sonos on this thread. Especially with at least two dealers chiming in.
I'm using the mono-mixer as well.. It works .. you do loose about 30% of power but for these smaller rooms it doesn't really matter unless you were planning to blast the music. I need 3 more mono-mixers!! I wish they would just add a software toggle for MONO!! This is ridiculous.