Hi Everyone -
Tried to search the forum and either I was A) lazy and didn’t search very hard or long; B) no one has had this same issue; or C) no clear resolution.
So here is the issue - I have 4 Sonos amps with the Sonance architectural speakers. There are a total or 10 speakers in 4 “rooms” (one is outside, thus the quotes). I noticed the other day after Trueplay tuning them, that they are at different volumes. I have used the slider to adjust the volumes as needed, but to play the same source from all the speakers at the same perceptible volume, the sliders are not even close to being the same. I will discount the patio as those are at a different height, but the other 3 rooms have the speakers at the same height. With the sliders matching for the same volume on each in the app, standing directly under the speakers I hear the sound at different volumes. Is this something I am going to have to live with, or is this something that can be fixed? I want to be able to group them together but have them be all at the same slider volume and perceptible volume.
All speakers are wired with the same gauge wire and same connectors. The 3 sets in question have the AMP in the same location, stacked on one another.
Best answer by Kumar
Apart from that I see no reason - except the speaker wire thickness. If it is the same, and all amps are in one location, are you seeing lower sound levels from speakers in rooms that have a longer speaker cable run? If yes, a thicker wire is the correct fix, but there are workarounds...