This topic provided a solution for my problems (basically reboot my entire system and components, independently, in a specific order: https://en.community.sonos.com/troubleshooting-228999/speaker-and-connection-problems-6807105
But now I have further questions.
System: a Sonos One, a Sonos One SL, a Play 3. I recently removed the soon-to-be-obsolete Bridge and connected all via WifI. None is wired to the router. My system worked fine with the bridge but when I removed it, I started having issues with speakers disappearing and reappearing. I did the process described above and all is well so far.
- Am I going to have repeat this process from time to time?
- Could a Boost provide some of the same stability as the old Bridge seemed to have? Could it prevent having to fool around with rebooting all my components? I don’t have issues with Wifi coverage -- at least I don’t think so, I can stream TV in all the same locations, and my other devices show 80-100% signal in all places. I rarely use more than 1 device and a phone on Wifi at the same time (unless 3 speakers at the same time take a toll). I think the Boost might provide better stability -- but will it really?