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More than 2 Ones for my Beam and Sub

  • 1 March 2021
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Hi,

Sure this will be an easy one, and thanks in advance for the info.…

I recently bought a beam, 2 x ones (will get the sub soon)

 

I have one “one” in the lounge, other on the kitchen bar, as open plan / linked rooms….I like hearing the TV whilst prepping dinner, but I am going to put the kitchen one in the lounge so the surround is being utilized and sounds better. But here’s the question…..

I want to buy another “one” for the kitchen, but will I be able to listen / hear the TV output even though it won’t be part of the beam 5.1 surround set up?

 

Thank you in advance.

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Best answer by GuitarSuperstar 1 March 2021, 07:14

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No, the One will be associated with the “Kitchen” while the Beam/Sub/Ones will be associated with the “Lounge” You will then group both rooms together. 

Thank you very much. 
 

I am sure I can handle the very slight delay.

 

do you mean group as “one room” then?

Userlevel 7

Yes, you can “group” the new One in the kitchen with the Beam/Sub/Ones and the TV audio will play out of all of your speakers. You may experience a very slight audio delay out of the One in the kitchen though.