reading up I can see that using a AMP for back speakers disables the sub output!
So I would need a Sonos SUB!
But if I use an AMP for my existing B&W back speakers would I still be able to use Trueplay and calibrate them to the ARC and SUB?
Or would two ONE SL be better?
I already have a old 5.1 wired surround setup in my living room!
and for music I would like to keep my bigger B&W 800 series front speakers but not sure that an extra AMP have the power to drive them… (I might miss my Center speaker? HTM1 ) Don’t know the quality of the ARC as Center?
The TV should be eARC compatible OLED77C9PLA
Also my Shield Pro should be able to transcode DTS?
But I have to make a decision to either go the SONOS way (User friendly and easy to use - no more HDMI inputs or buy a new surround receiver and some ceiling speakers also my TV is on a special mount where I pull the TV 65cm from the wall creating the perfect distance to the sitting position - So the ARC need to be mounted underneath the TV - seen some fittings available to do this..
looking forward to getting some feedback
ohh the room is not so big 4,6 x 4,6m and dedicated to music/TV but the ceiling is like an “envelope ceiling” or in English it’s have pointy center so that might effect the ARC?