Onkyo said theywould release their list of onkyo and pioneer receivers that work with sonos and they did.
I haven't looked at these to see the price range or features. For those that must have atmos and Sonos whole home audio, this might be your solution.
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I posted a thread also seeking recommendations of suitable speakers to go with a sonos friendly Onkyo rveiver.
Here is what Onkyo list on their site for playing music via Sonos
When set up, a user will be able to play music via the Sonos app and the Pioneer or Onkyo component will…
1) Automatically wake up
2) Automatically switch to the right input connection
3) Allow the user to select the volume level via the Sonos app
4) Play the chosen music
would it also do the following after the music is turned off?
1) automatically switch to the previous input
2) put the receiver to sleep
If the receiver can auto sense an input, you wouldn't have to have a default input. And i'd rather it go in sleep mode after a set time of no activity then shut off immediately.
I have looked at some of the prices for these receivers and haven't seen one under $500 yet. Notworth it for my purposes. Hopefully some cheaper options will come soon.
and can they confirm if it possible to get synchronization in any mode that will output to the subwoofer, if so what modes work.
The Sonos update will only be applied to 2018 models and models that carry over multiple years like the TX-RZ3100, TX-RZ1100 and TX-RZ920.