I've decided to switch my current audio system for a sonos multi-room setup, and I'm having a hard time deciding which speakers I need. Hoping some of you can chime in with some advice.
I'm hoping to fill my living room, kitchen, and another sitting room off the other side of my kitchen. The floor plan I want to fill makes an "L" shape...walk through back door of my house into the sitting room that opens into kitchen - turn right out of kitchen into main living room. Very open floor plan.
The sitting room measures 14x10 (feet).
Kitchen measures 20x10.
Living room measures 15x15.
My turntable/vinyl is in the sitting room. I'd like to be able to connect it to the Sonos system and play in multiple rooms. It's a solid 80s technics unit that is currently connected to a receiver and two floor speakers.
My tv is set up in the living room. I'd like to be able to play it through the Sonos system in that room and also be able to play music through the speakers in that room. Will that mean I definitely need the playbar and sub? I've heard mixed reviews about playing music through the playbar. I've also read about a slight delay between playbar play back and speakers in other rooms.
Right now I'm considering the play bar and sub in the living room (maybe a pair of play 1s), a play 5 in the kitchen, and a pair of play 3s in the sitting room. I know it's subjective, but I'd love some feedback on what speaker combinations you guys would use for these rooms. Sorry for such a long post, but I wanted to provide as much info as possible. Looking forward to hearing your opinions.