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beam + one Sl delay

  • 12 January 2022
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Hi, 

 

I have a Sonos beam on my TV, it’s work very well i’m very happy with it.

Few day ago i bought an Sonos One SL, i group it with my Beam. It’s Work well when play Spotify or radio sound. But when i play Netflix, Youtube, Playstation my Sonos One is directly 2 second late from my Beam.

My Beam is connected on internet by an Ethernet cable directly on my rooter

 

I tried to reboot all my stuff, connect/unconnect, looking in App nothing fixe it.

In the futur i would like to complet my setup with a second Sonos One Sl for a surrounding sound, but if there is always 2 second offset with my beam is a big problem.


Any idea how to keep my One and Beam together ?

 

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Best answer by GuitarSuperstar 12 January 2022, 20:07

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If you are grouping the One SL (or any Sonos speaker) with the Beam while playing TV audio, you will always experience a slight audio delay from the grouped speaker. Although a two-second delay is longer than normal. Normal delay is 70ms. Unfortunately, there isn’t anything you can do about it.

But if you add a pair of One SLs as surrounds to the Beam, you will not experience any delays when streaming music or playing TV audio.

Ok Thank you for your answer.