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  • 11 September 2019
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Hi
I want to switch to a sonos music system for my house but I still want to listen to vinyl.
Is this possible and if it's possible what device would be good for me?
And is this expensive?
kind regrets
Jeff
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Best answer by jgatie 11 September 2019, 14:35

You would need a Sonos device that has a Line-In. These are the Amp, the Connect (soon to be replaced by the Port) and the Play:5.

The Amp powers passive 3rd party speakers.
The Connect/Port is for connecting to 3rd party amplifiers/receivers.
The Play:5 is Sonos' top of the line speaker.
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You would need a Sonos device that has a Line-In. These are the Amp, the Connect (soon to be replaced by the Port) and the Play:5.

The Amp powers passive 3rd party speakers.
The Connect/Port is for connecting to 3rd party amplifiers/receivers.
The Play:5 is Sonos' top of the line speaker.
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You would need one of the devices that has an Aux input. That would be the Connect (about to be discontinued), Port, Sonos Amp, and Play:5. You can get more details and pricing on this website. In all cases, you'd need a phono pre-amp if your turntable doesn't already have that.
Thanks melvimbe and jgatie for the info!

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