I’ve seemed to run into a pickle. I bought a Sonos Play 1 and a Sonos One with Alexa for my surround sound theater system with my Playbar. Yet, when I go to set up the surround sound, the two seem to be incomparable to create a system together in that way.
Has anyone else experienced this and is there a work around? I’m unsure why Sonos would make it so this wasn’t possible with the unnecessary of having two Alexa speakers in one room.
Best answer by Airgetlam29 April 2018, 15:39
Indeed, the speakers are dissimilar enough internally that Sonos did not choose to allow them to be paired, despite the physical size similarity. I’d recommend looking for an app called Sonosequencr, which apparently allows you to do so. There are many other threads on this concern.
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