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Converting existing 5.1 architectural to Sonos

  • 8 April 2024
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I have a 5.1 system with 3 in ceiling channels R-Center-Left architectural and 2 book shelf surrounds. The current amp is a Sony DA4ES from back in 2000. I also have a set of patio outdoor speakers. 
 

I would like to update and gain wireless functionality and still have all the current functions. Suggestions on how to convert? 

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Best answer by Airgetlam 8 April 2024, 02:22

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Unfortunately , Sonos has no way to drive all three front speakers you have. 

I gathered that after looking at their hardware. Might look at a blended solution. 

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You can add a Sonos Port to an available RCA or optical port on your Sony to stream Sonos music to it.

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