2nd question... suppose, I also want to connect wireless microphones to my Sonos Speakers for home karaoke system. Would I then need a Sonos Connect Amp in place of the Sonos Connect to connect BOTH the Teac TN-300 record player and the wireless microphones?
Best answer by Airgetlam
Second question is much more problematic. Sonos has a 70ms delay on all analog inputs. So any microphones that are connected (and honestly, your turntable as well) will suffer a slight delay, which makes using the Sonos system as Karaoke extraordinarily challenging. Like singing in a stadium, where the speakers are echoing behind what you're singing. And since you can only be playing one input at a time, how would you get both the microphone and something else at the same time?
And the CONNECT:AMP is designed to power speakers (hence the AMP in its name), so it is basically a CONNECT with the addition of power so that it can push a non0-Sonos set of speakers.