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Music production

  • 8 February 2020
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So I was wanting to get into music production on my computer and I was hoping to use my play 5s for that. I know they can't hook up to my computer directly but if I got something like https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/Scarlet2i2G3--focusrite-scarlett-2i2-3rd-gen-usb-audio-interface?gclsrc=aw.ds&&mrkgcl=28&mrkgadid=3343941294&product_id=Scarlet2i2G3&campaigntype=shopping&campaign=aaShopping%2520-%2520SKU%2520-%2520Studio%2520%26%2520Recording&adgroup=Audio%2520Interfaces%2520-%2520Focusrite%2520-%2520scarlet2i2g3&placement=google&creative=359712374850&device=m&matchtype=&network=g&gclid=Cj0KCQiA7OnxBRCNARIsAIW53B87AeiYAcchSbZYM6DHwVkg5wdYZMVMFVjR8ExWHScNrbbMRutba_kaAjQuEALw_wcB then would the play 5s work? 

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Best answer by Airgetlam 8 February 2020, 23:26

Any device that has a line level output can be connected to the line in on a PLAY:5, since there is no way for the speaker to know what is connected. All it cares about is if it is indeed line level, and analog. 

Note that any analog input to the Sonos ecosystem is subject to the minimum of a 75 ms delay, and can be more, depending on how you set up the line in’s settings. 

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Any device that has a line level output can be connected to the line in on a PLAY:5, since there is no way for the speaker to know what is connected. All it cares about is if it is indeed line level, and analog. 

Note that any analog input to the Sonos ecosystem is subject to the minimum of a 75 ms delay, and can be more, depending on how you set up the line in’s settings. 

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