I and hoping to get some clarification on the set up of the Sonos sounds system in the living room as I am building a new house.
the living room is around 10m by 7m with 3m height.
there will be a TV on one of the walls. I am hoping that I could have a TV connected to Sonos amp via HDMI. Then a single Sonos Amp can be connected to 4 in ceiling speakers. It looks to me that as long as each speaker is at most 8 Ohms, it is ok.
the purpose of sound system is to listen to music and watch some TV. I am not after some elaborate home theatre set up
I am also hoping NOT to use any sound bar including ARC
my questions are;
- I intend to use four Sonos in ceiling speakers , which I understand is 8ohm. Can someone confirm that it is, hence, ok to connect 4 such speakers to a single Sonos amp?
- In Sonos website, it looks like you can connect such speakers in parallel to the two channels. See this link .(https://support.sonos.com/en-au/article/connect-four-speakers-to-your-amp-or-connect-amp). It scares me to connect speakers in parallel in case it burns the amp. Have anyone done this and willing to share experience or photos?
- is my set up feasible? Ie a TV connected to Sonos amp in the same room via HDMI cable. Then subsequently the Sonos amp is connected to 4 Sonos in ceiling speakers?
- Ang particular recommendation in positions of in ceiling speakers? I found this Sonos manual. Is this manual good enough? https://www.sonos.com/pdfs/productguides/en-us/sonos_in_ceiling_by_sonance.pdf