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Sonos System becomes undiscoverable every so often
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If this is really an accurate picture of how the units are connecting then it's asking for trouble. The answer to @JohnB's query about WM parameters should shed some light.

Does playing vinyl records through Connect actually work? Or should I return my Connect
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The Connect is fine. Your local wireless network is not. (Broadband speed has nothing to do with it at all.) Uncompressed Line-In imposes stringent demands in terms of bandwidth and latency. Submit a...

How do I log out of a house system I no longer use iPhone and Android
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No need to factory reset. To change the account that a system is registered to: From the More tab, tap Settings > Account Settings > Transfer Sonos to a new account

ASUS AiMesh Setup with Sonos

Sonos only has a chance to work satisfactorily in WiFi ('wireless') mode on a meshed WiFi if the user has control over the 2.4GHz channels used by the mesh nodes, and can configure them all onto the s...

Reducing delay of tv sound
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For the /support/review URL? No it doesn't matter which, but it must be a player not a Boost/Bridge.

Extended Stand-By for Sonos

In fact there's a Wake on Wireless LAN specification, but it's not widely supported.

Reducing delay of tv sound
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Alternatively submit a diagnostic, note the reference number, and consult Sonos Support. They'd have access to the same data, and much more.

Reducing delay of tv sound
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Hmm, it's conceivable you might have hit the 'complex circumstances' referred to above. I suggest we take a quick peek in the only user-accessible part of the system diagnostics, in order to verify th...

Reducing delay of tv sound
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If a unit is physically wired to the network then it will prefer that connection, not SonosNet. (There are complex circumstances where this may not be the case, but unless you have managed Ethernet sw...

Reducing delay of tv sound
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No. As I said, to the router they will all appear to be wired, even if they're wireless on SonosNet. The router knows nothing about SonosNet. It's internal to the Sonos system.

Reducing delay of tv sound
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Whoa. Your Sonos units are only all wired if there's an Ethernet cable going to each of them. If only some of them are wired, the system will be operating on its own SonosNet wireless, but because th...

Reducing delay of tv sound
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Not directly. If you were operating Sonos wirelessly I might have suggested looking at channel allocations, to see if performance could be improved, but you said everything was wired. In that case Unc...

Beam and Samsung TV audio sync issues
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Yes it will support DD. You can always check what the Beam's receiving, by looking in Settings/About My Sonos System.

Beam and Samsung TV audio sync issues
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I would also try experimenting with optical output from the TV, via the Beam's optical-to-HDMI dongle. If that Samsung's anything like mine the optical can be moved forward somewhat -- i.e. ahead of t...

Reducing delay of tv sound
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It doesn't matter whether you're on wired or wireless. On an asynchronous network such as Ethernet or WiFi Sonos has to apply a bit of buffering to ensure that the streams don't drop out. Using Line-...

My Netgear Router Has Started Freezing Since SONOS Attached

Aha. That's reassuring confirmation. I use a Netgear R7000 which I've had for some years but it's never displayed such behaviour. ASUS is generally well regarded, if potentially more pricey than TP-L...

My Netgear Router Has Started Freezing Since SONOS Attached

Yet when you had the router => Boost => switch => PCs arrangement the Sonos system carried on working. It's almost as if the bogus "DoS attacks" alarm has resulted in the router taking a disliking to...

Suggested feature: Dynamic TuneIn syncing

"How quaint" (Scotty, when confronted by a keyboard in Star Trek IV)

Removing room in app

The baton has passed to Edward R. https://en.community.sonos.com/ask-a-question-228987/how-do-i-delete-a-room-6818434?postid=16320369

How does the sub actually change your setup?

Adding a Sub will relieve the main speaker(s) of the lower bass frequencies. As a general rule the main speaker(s) then sounds better as it can concentrate on the mid/upper range. If you are able to...

how do i delete a room
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Edward, go here for this whole, strange, saga,

Bad network connection, skipping line in

There's a less well-known trick. Set the 'Line-In Source Name' to Airplay Device (you can overtype it later). This configures the buffer to 500ms, even with compression set to Uncompressed. It can som...

Suggested feature: Dynamic TuneIn syncing

Press and hold the play button on the second speaker. It will group with the one that's already playing. Press and hold again to ungroup.

ZP100 Dropping From Network
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When the ZP100 goes missing, press the play/pause button and note what the status LED does. This is a standard 'higher brain function' test. If there's no response from the status LED then it could be...

Wired Playbar + Sub + Connect:AMP Surrounds = Living Room & Living Room 2....?

Fair enough. They've closed off that URL. In that case push the Play/Pause and Vol+ buttons simultaneously. It does the same thing.

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