My Sonos System is of a moderate size. I live in a smallish flat/apartment. No speaker is more than four to five metres to the most distant one.
Downstairs I have in the living room- Stereo play 1s, a connect to "wire in" a CD Player and Record Player. The connect is wired by Ethernet to the router, so Sonos Net is in operation.
In the kitchen there is a Play 3.
Climb seven stairs and there is a Stereo Play 1 in the Office and a Connect Amp- the Amp has a CD Player Radio, a Record Player and speaker wires that run into the Bathroom to run the two smallish speakers. In the bedroom, I have a pair of stereo Play 1s.
The best I can achieve is the system running without drop outs for 5 days at maximum. This is with all speakers grouped and playing the same source. This morning and yesterday afternoon I have had constant drop outs- but Saturday and yesterday morning it worked without problem- and I have made no changes to the system.
I've changed wifi channels, I've added and taken out a Boost (that just made things worse), I've relocated speakers.
Now downstairs tends to have better wifi. I've always struggled with wifi up the massive set of seven steps. Even mobile phone signals are variable- upstairs, no signal. Downstairs perfect reception.
Walls are concrete.70s bodge job built. Houses to the left and right, Nothing in front and behind woodland and an open field. I'm not rural, this is South London.
This morning I've grouped the downstairs speakers separately to the upstairs speakers, but made them play the same source. I'm not tempting fate, I hope- no drop puts so far but not sure if that's just luck.
I've submitted many diagnostics in the past. I've followed all the suggestions. I regularly check the Sonos Matrix- this tends to tell me what I already know- that the speakers upstairs have the weakest signal.
I'm at a loss to know what else to do. I love Sonos when it works, I wouldn't have spent so much money on it if I didn't. But when you are told that Sonosnet will create a really strong system and you are still struggling to have a day without dropouts, you start to get a little frustrated.
I'd welcome any suggestions- I'm not a technical numpty- I've just run out of ideas and patience.