What moron in Marketing came up with the concept that, moving forward, all new Sonos hardware would be Sonos 2 compatible only? It had to be Marketing, because no Tech weenie would ever do this.
I have Sonos speakers throughout my house, 10 separate devices in all working seamlessly to provide high quality tunes in every room and outside. But today, I purchased a Sonos Roam, only to find out that it was incompatible with my existing Sonos 1 system, and if I moved forward, I would be forced to have 2 separate Sonos 1 and 2 systems, neither of which will talk to each other, on my network.
If my existing Playbar, which is paired with 2 ea S1 speakers dies, and I have to replace, am I out of luck? I am not about to replace all my hardware, which would require a considerable investomet, for a mediocre outside speaker.
Just f-ing unbelievable.