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What Sonos should you buy? Ask here and find out from happy Sonos owners which Sonos products will best suit your needs.
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Hi everyoneI have a complete Sonos surround sound system set up but I would like to get a pair of floor stands for my One speakers, which are currently sitting on a table and a bookshelf at two different corners of the room.I’ve been searching online as to which ones to buy and I can see Sonos sell two types. The Sanus floor stands at £99 and then the more expensive One stands at £249, which is quite a jump from the cheaper stands. Then there are even cheaper imitations on various sites, which I don’t think I want to buy.So really my questions is, out of the two official Sonos stands, which one should I buy? Are the more expensive stands really worth the £249 and what makes them stand out (no pun intended 😂) to the Sanus version? If you own a pair of these, which one did you buy and are you pleased with them? Many thanks
Hey guys truly supernew to this forum. But i throw out a question. I’m building and extension and want to have nice sound in the rooms. Thinking ceiling speakers in the rooms and a woffer and a bar in the livingroom to make the movies come to life. Using the ceiling ones as back speakers. Any toughts? Thanks!
Have a amp and cd player with decks in our dining room at the moment.. but would love a way to hear this in other rooms .. and replace the current alexa speakers .. Is it possible to plug something in to my amp that will let me broadcast to a Sonos speaker? Sorry if this is non technical and clumsily written
I am moving into a new home. I would like a speaker out side-not wired in but would like to leave it outside. Inside I would like a speaker in the kitchen, master bath, art room and living room. Sometimes I will want them all playing at the same time and other times just in one area. What are your recommendations. Thanks.
Hey all! I’m wanting to remove some clutter and am thinking about mounting my one SL’s to the wall. I was curious if anyone had tinkered with some of the mounts. Ive been seeing people say really good things about the Flexon. I love the Sonos mounts due to the design and magnetic ball on the back. However the sanus mounts look for appealing as well. Anyone got any experience with one or both or all three?
I have an LG OLED55CXPUA TV and I'm using the Beam as my audio device. It works perfectly thru the ARC HDMI port of my TV. However, I want to extract either optical or analog audio using a HDMI Audio extractor and feed the HDMI thru to the Beam. However I can't get any audio thru to the Beam or out of the optical or analog outputs. Does anyone know a brand or model of an extractor that will work? thks/Roger
Already have 2 Sonos subs (Think Gen2) hooked up in two separate rooms, can I add a 3rd Sonos sub to the system (ideally new Gen 3 sub)? Want to do another another room with Arc and Sub, but can’t find anything that says this is possible or not possible. Want to avoid the amp and 3rd party sub if possible. Thanks
I’d like to add occasional music capability to a fairly large (450 sq ft) room, 15’ x 30’. It would likely only be occasionally used. Does anyone have any thoughts on a Playbar vs. a pair of Play 3 speakers connected in stereo?(We have a pair of connected Play 5’s in a smaller room that are used daily, the primarily listening space, and a Playbar connected to a television in a medium sized room that’s used for both music and the TV.)Thank you!
I am building out a home network and Sonos solution at the same time. I am planning on having a couple of amps wired via ethernet in a closet, but I also want to add one by our pool area. The SonosNet wifi definitely won’t reach there, but our home internet will, which would mean I’d need to go with a wireless setup, right? If that’s the case, will ethernet work on the ones inside the closet despite being in a wireless setup?
hiI need speakers for a rooom 5 meters lenght and 4.5 meters wide and 2.88 height but it is unable to wire to source (wireless data connection required. Whether it's bluetooth, wifi or any other technology) Allows power supply (no batteries required). • Must give good audio throughout the room
Hello,I currently own sonos arc connected to tv and play 3. I am looking to get the pro-ject T1 phono turntable and wanted to find out the best way to connect to current sonos that i have. Would i need to just get a sonos port to make this work or should i trade in the play 3 for FIVE?Thanks
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