Question

Grouping


Why do my speakers in group when not in use needing me to re group each time I turn them back on ?

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Sonos devices aren't intended to be repeatedly turned off, so temporary arrangements such as grouping are held in ram which is cleared when powered off.
thank for your response..when i say turn off i don't mean power down from the plug ,i mean turn the music off . when turning back on later that day i have to re group the rooms as it only comes back on in one .
You have network issues then. If I have a set of rooms grouped they stay grouped until either I switch them off or I ungroup them deliberately. Loss of communication between Sonos devices is the only other reason for players to ungroup.
Ok thanks , I think it's my BT router then as its a multi channel thing, and seems to be trying to be to clever but not working.
Probably network related (my AP switches off/on every night for a few hours and in the morning any grouping I previously did is disband). Anyway, Sonos need to work on this grouping thing because it's just ridiculous how dumb current system is.
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ccalboni wrote:

Probably network related (my AP switches off/on every night for a few hours and in the morning any grouping I previously did is disband). Anyway, Sonos need to work on this grouping thing because it's just ridiculous how dumb current system is.



I agree. Groups should remained grouped. How hard is it for the players or system to "remember"

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