Hello, I recently purchased an apartment which came with a defunct Bose Satellite system. Because I wasn’t sure if I wanted to purchase a replacement subwoofer for the old Bose, I ended up stuck in this gray area. I separately bought a Beam to amplify my TV audio. Fine. I can access it from my Mac and have been playing music out of it, as well. The apartment has a wide open “loft,” which I use as an office. There’s another office on the other side of my bedroom, as well. The Beam is fine when I’m downstairs near it. Upstairs, I have to turn it up unnecessarily loud. I have a Yamaha Receiver Amp but I’m not sure I want to remove the satellite speakers and replace them with a 2 channel setup in both the living and the back office. Or ditch the receiver setup entirely. Looking at what Sonos (and others) offer with the One SL remote speakers, and my lack of knowledge about what center or back speakers can do, my question is: If I place a One SL in my office and the office in the back room, is the sound emitted from the remote One SLs the exact stereo sound as the Beam or do they provide a different channel breakup of the music? As in a center speaker. My immediate purpose is to bring the Beam sound closer to me but do the SLs only offer a stereo sound that center or back speakers provide? Or are they a repeat of the Beam audio?
There’s a lot of stupidity and lack of knowledge of current stereo setups in my question. I hope I’ve explained myself well. Thank you in advance.