- I have an old play 5 1st gen which I have now put on a separate s1 systems - tick - job done. dead easy to set up.
- 1 have a beam and two 1 sl’s in my bar which are now on the S2 systems - tick job done - dead easy to set up.
- I have been given a Roam for my birthday - hurrah!?? No… not hurrah. can i connect the roam? no!!! i need to change my sky router settings - I have sky-q as well. I - like most - are not proficient in the way of IT and the mere thought of twiddling with the internet settings leaves me cold...
- And quiet frankly - for an off the shelf consumer product you should not need to delve into the wizardry and witchcraft of the IT specialist.
- I did however delves into the dark arts - If i try and separate the 2.45ghz and the 5 ghz sync as requested then the rest of the tinterweb is up and down like a yo-yo. the rest of the ‘try this’ pointers I could not even fathom so left them as they were.
- I put it back the way it was and closed the coffin lid - never going there again.
- So, I have a doorstop that I cannot connect to my sonos system, or as a result cannot connect to bluetooth. irrespective of the the amount of pressings, pushings and proddings I may do.
You should not need to be an it geek to be able to connect an off the shelf product. May I employ the services of a specialist and charge Sonos for the their services? No sale literature I perused highlighted the possible requirement for such specialist?
May someone within this hive-mind point me somewhere other than drop kicking it into the river?
You may gather from my tone that I’m less than impressed - having been such a sonos fan and advocate over the years it does leave me it a tad grumpy
Best answer by Corry PView original