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  • 26 November 2017
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In the Wall where my tv is, i have 3 integrated loudspeakers. I Can buy a unit for the 2 sidespeakers but how Can i set the system up for home theatre using the existing center speaker.
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Best answer by Airgetlam 26 November 2017, 22:28

Sonos does not have a device that will separate the three front channels (Left, Center, Right) into three discrete signals. The only supported devices are the PLAYBAR and PLAYBASE, both of which contain all three in a single soundbar.

If you have an A/V receiver, you could, with enough money, get a CONNECT:AMP for each channel, and run it that way, but it would be hideously expensive, and clunky.
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Sonos does not have a device that will separate the three front channels (Left, Center, Right) into three discrete signals. The only supported devices are the PLAYBAR and PLAYBASE, both of which contain all three in a single soundbar.

If you have an A/V receiver, you could, with enough money, get a CONNECT:AMP for each channel, and run it that way, but it would be hideously expensive, and clunky.
I guess then the soundsystem in my extra tv room will not be sonos then. It will be better with a 5.1 reciever. That is to bad as I have Sonos in the rest of the House. But thank you for the information.