Everyone comes to this community to get information on how to get the best performance out of their Sonos speaker system. However, there are very (and I mean very) few threads that start with “I just want to tell you how great my Sonos sounds and here’s why”.
That’s OK…because this community exists to share ideas on what works, what does not and help resolve issues of all sorts. It serves as a venue to vent frustrations and/or utter discuss with Sonos. One member offered to send a video of them burning their Sonos gear as the ultimate expression of their level of dissatisfaction. Thankfully, posts to that extreme are very, very rare.😜
However, after all is said and done most want to know how their system should sound. The recuring answer in this community; regardless of whether or not you have an iOS device to use TruePlay, is to “trust your ears”. If it sounds good to you then your system is properly setup/tuned”. That’s parallel to saying “beauty is in the eye of the beholder”. Although, IMO ugly is ugly; no matter how you spin it. But...hey…I’m just an old fart from the “baby boomer” era. 😂
All jokes aside, I want to leave you with one more colloquialism; as it relates to your Sonos speaker system metaphorically speaking, “the best sounding speaker(s) are the ones you don’t see”.
That’s all. Enjoy your Sonos!
Edit: Sorry if the title of this post led you to believe it was going to provide a “silver bullet” (so to speak) on the proper set up of your Sonos. If anything maybe you had a good laugh!😅