I keep receiving network connection speed insufficient to maintain playback buffer
Music is playing intermittently though... how can I solve - don't want to use cable as this defeats the purpose ... have tried moving bridge - doesn't work.
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Check to make sure your speakers aren't near some other device that might be generating a signal. Sonos reps point to web cams, baby monitors, and some wireless phones. Remember, the actual "smarts" of the Sonos system is in the speakers, not in the controller, so if your speakers are getting the interference, that's when you'll get that error.
Finally, if you're running your system completely on your wifi, give some consideration to switching over to using SonosNet, which would require having one device (speaker, Connect, or Boost) wired directly to your router with an ethernet cable. This will remove the Sonos traffic from your wifi, and put it onto its own network. You can then choose which channel it should be broadcasting on as well, which should be not the same one as your current wifi.
Oh, and post the number of the diagnostic here. I'm willing to bet that the Sonos folks get a lot of them every day, and if you don't tell them what number to be looking at, you may not get a reply.