Surround Sound with Connect:Amp no longer working

  • 5 October 2017
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Yes i was watching Directv Now that is only stereo. i will run the diagnostic with another app that runs dts
New diagnostic 1111073516
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If you go into sonos app. settings... room settings for playbar...advanced audio. Set mode to Full (not ambient) for surrounds. When play sonos music do you get full stereo sound out of the ceiling speakers?
Surrounds have been on full, I didn’t have to change that and no sound. Diagnostic while playing is 1385415222
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I assume you have tried rebooting the connect:amp and router.
Yes that is correct, not sure I have ever had anything come from the amp once it was set up as rears. Ideas?
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What happens if you remove it from being surrounds and olay to it as a normal zone.
I do not have an option to remove the rears from my room settings. How else can I do this?
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Go to settings...room settings....choose playbar room.... remove surrounds from here
I do not have that option available.
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Sounds to me like they aren’t even attached to your system. What happens if you try to add them as new zone.
I removed the rears from my system through the web app, played music through them while separated, added them back to my Playbar and got the same result. I attached what I see where I cannot remove the RS and LS from the system like I can the Sub. I had no issue adding the rears back to my system. Thoughts?
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Your having some signal trouble. Is there a way you can plug one Sonos speaker into your router?
I removed the rears from my system through the web app, played music through them while separated, added them back to my Playbar and got the same result. I attached what I see where I cannot remove the RS and LS from the system like I can the Sub. I had no issue adding the rears back to my system. Thoughts?

I've run into this today. Also looking for a solution. Playbar and connect:amp for rears, no sub. Using the boost and disabled wifi on bar, amp..
I've run into this today. Also looking for a solution. Playbar and connect:amp for rears, no sub. Using the boost and disabled wifi on bar, amp..
Then you should as a first enable WiFi again.
Thanks for the quick reply. I'll put that on the list of things to try when I get back there and will respond back here when I've sorted it. Enabling wifi is quick too.
Hi, I’m having a similar issue. Playbar connected to LAN, Bridge connected to LAN, Connect Amp (surrounds) connected to LAN. Lost the pairing between the connect amp and the playbar. Unable to reconnect. System info shows that I’m in boost mode but no sound from surrounds and get “speaker missing” message when attempting to calibrate room. Diagnostics number is 1285031318. Thanks in advance for the help.
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Try unplugging the Bridge and give the system a few minutes to stabilize and try using it again, the Bridge power supply goes iffy causing many odd problems so taking it out of the picture often helps.

A replacement power supply is cheap either locally or off Amazon if one is needed.

Long weekend for the Sonos folks so response here may be slow.
Hi, I’m having a similar issue. Playbar connected to LAN, Bridge connected to LAN, Connect Amp (surrounds) connected to LAN. Lost the pairing between the connect amp and the playbar. Unable to reconnect. System info shows that I’m in boost mode but no sound from surrounds and get “speaker missing” message when attempting to calibrate room. Diagnostics number is 1285031318. Thanks in advance for the help.

Tried rebooting Bridge but that didn’t work. Thanks so much for the advice, though. How long does it usually take for Sonos to respond to a Diagnosis submission?