I believe there may be a bit of a wireless interference issue, but I wanted to ask a few questions before I address it.
I have a playbar setup in the living room, some other zones, and a CONNECT:AMP powering some outdoor speakers. The setup has no issue at all when playing music in any zone and any group combinations. The playbar plays tv audio without issue.
Where I run into issues, is when I want to group the outdoor zone and living room zone to play tv audio. Living room audio is still good, but the outdoor zone cuts in and out. I honestly done much testing playing tv audio in the other zones. As well, I don't recall having issues with this until recently, though I don't know that I've used it this way too much.
I suspect wireless interference because I have installed a new router recently, as well as some wireless cameras. The amp is the farthest away from the BOOST. Still I would expect the interference to occur for all sources, not just tv. Then again, perhaps other sources can buffer better, while the line in source really cannot. Not sure. It's also a little strange as I have BOOST, wireless base station for cameras, and a couple smart hubs all in the same shelf on a closet...and they don't seem to bother each other.
So I could mess with the router and boost setting as sonos recommends. I could also look into hardwiring the amp directly to the router (not really a problem), but I didn't want to do that if this sounds like a different issue. Networking issues are not my cup of tea.
Is this something that would show up on a diagnostic?