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Sonos duplicated rooms

  • 6 April 2023
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Hi, I have recently moved house and had to reconfigure my system. 

For some reason, Sonos has duplicated my 'Dining Room' so now I have three 'Dining Rooms', each with a separate component (see image). 

Is there a simple way to remove the duplicates and just have one Dining room with all the components in? 

Thanks 

 

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Best answer by controlav 6 April 2023, 14:35

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Just rename each speaker to whatever you want. Sonos doesn’t care about duplicated names (it uses unique ids to tell them apart), but it confuses humans. Once renamed, then Group them together (or Pair them if you want stereo pairs). Paired devices will show as a single “room”, Groups will show as “coordinator+X” where X is the number of linked devices.