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  • 26 December 2017
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For Christmas I received a Play 5 and a Play 1. Before I open them I want to see what I can do to incorporate these into my existing system.
This is what I want to accomplish.
I have a Sony receiver that we use in our den. Connected to the receiver are our TV, Play Station, and iPod. We have 5 hardwire speakers and one wireless subwoofer connected to the receiver.
We use this for all our music when having parties using the iPod as the music source. I am wanted to still use this set up, but add wireless speakers in other rooms of the house, playing the same music.
I am not sure if the Play 5 can assist with this or I should look at maybe CONNECT and then replace the Play 5? I don’t want to have to have both the receiver and the hardwire setup in the same room as the Play 5.
Thanks for your help.
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Best answer by camillo777 26 December 2017, 19:45

You definitely need a connect so you can do both ways.
Sonos to current hardware and vice versa.

Play 5 has a line in but you are limited with the cabling.
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You definitely need a connect so you can do both ways.
Sonos to current hardware and vice versa.

Play 5 has a line in but you are limited with the cabling.