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Pair two SONOS Beam (front and back in a room) ?

  • 24 June 2018
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Is it possible / does it make any sense to combine two Beams in the front and back of a room?
Maybe even in a room without a TV?
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Best answer by ratty 24 June 2018, 13:08

Two Beams front and back, grouped, makes no sense unless you just want a broad wash of sound from all directions. If you were to sit facing the front Beam, the channels of the one behind you would be the wrong way round.
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Is it possible / does it make any sense to combine two Beams in the front and back of a room?
Maybe even in a room without a TV?

Grouping two Beams together is possible, however, bonding them as a stereo pair is not.
Two Beams front and back, grouped, makes no sense unless you just want a broad wash of sound from all directions. If you were to sit facing the front Beam, the channels of the one behind you would be the wrong way round.