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I have just tried to set up my sonos roam, I have play one speakers in the rest of the house. It immediately asked for me to run an update which wouldnt run, there were no internet issues. eventually the device was not showing on the app at all.Error code 30 came up and we did everything to over come this via install app and chat bot but nothing worked. can anyone help?
Hi there, first time poster. I tried to find this question on the forum but couldn't find an answer. I have a Sonos One in my bedroom, I'd like my audio to play in the bathroom too with the Sonos Move being the safest speaker to leave in the bathroom. Is this possible? Can I broadcast my audio to both my Sonos One in the bedroom and Sonos Move in the bathroom? Thank you in advance!
Just purchased two items to start my Sonos journey, a Boost and one OneSL.Setting up (as a SonosNet) was straightforward – the information on the Sonos Support pages was most helpful and the technical answers to some questions in the Community were very informative. Today I’ve been able to link in my Brennan B2 and the whole system works like a dream – being able to choose music at one end of the house from the source at the other is superb! So to my query...Is there a way to mute the ‘beep’ every time you touch the volume control or play/pause on the OneSL? I just find it an annoyance, and unnecessary – the change in volume or start/stop playing is sufficient confirmation of the touch.Many thanks for any advice that can be given.
I have a long room in which I have two Play:1s set up as a stereo pair. I’d like to put another Play 1 in the room so that there is a L-R-L setup, with the R in the middle of the room. That way I have stereo sound on the left side of the room, and stereo sound on the right as well (albeit reversed). Is there a way to add a Play:1 as a left-only speaker? Whenever I set it up, it is only available as mono.
I have a Sonos Beam in my bedroom and for some reason it won't show on my Android device (despite signing out and rebooting the app) however on my IOS device i can see the beam and set it playing. It still isn't visible whilst playing on my android controller.
So I got a second Roam to enjoy the stereo greatness. Both are online and connected, paired in stereo. Only 1 speaker will play music at a time. If I turn off the speaker that works the other one suddenly works again. When they are both on the working speaker is playing in stereo but the other is silent. I have reset the speakers twice now, reset the router a few times, Uninstaller and reinstalled the app. I am wits end and completely bummed put with all of this. I worked for a bit and was amazing.... now not so much
I have read a few of the questions similar to my issue and tried a number of the recommended fixes, yet I cannot resolve my intermittent audio issues related exclusively to my “Line In” configuration, could use some brain muscle… I have 10 devices linked to my Sonos system along with multiple audio sources from which to hear the sweet sounds of Sonos in pretty much every room of my home. However, no matter where I access my “Line-In” source, I cannot solve this intermittent sound hiccup, going silent from a millisecond to a few seconds at most. Guaranteed to happen on any average 3.5 minute song as an example, and would expect 3-4, maybe more of these quick but painful black outs in this example, but nothing consistent to be clear. Here is the configuration for this source… I create hiking/travel trail review videos as a hobby and spend probably too much time on my PC (Windows 10 OS). I wanted a better audio sound than my PC speakers so I physically installed my Play 3 in the sam
Can Sonos Roam connect/disconnect to an already paired Bluetooth phone by google assistant voice command rather than manually connecting from phone's Bluetooth settings? I have a JBL Link which is a similar speaker and I just have to say - "Ok Google, connect phone" and it automatically connects to my phone. Does Roam have a similar feature?
Hey all, I’ve had the same problem since we bought our system. I unfortunately can not find the last post that helped us fix the problem. Our beam works fine, our ONE SL speakers do not play TV channel audios. They work fine with Apple Music/Spotify… will someone please advise how we can fix this? thanks in advance
I have two Sonos Roam speakers for my office and it's always just one speaker that will randomly stop the music and start back up a random amount of time later. I would have them either studio paired or just playing the same station on both speakers within like 15 feet of each other. Does anyone know why this would happen?
I have DALI Rubicon 2C wireless speakers. I bought a PORT so I could add them to my existing Sonos system. The connection to the speakers is intermittent - typically it drops after a couple of minutes.Are these speakers incompatable (they work fine with everything else!) Thanks
Originally with my Pro 6’s I had some WiFi issues, which ended up being caused by my wireless subwoofer (Sony HT-ST5000). I fixed it by locking my subwoofer to a single 5.2 ghz channel and turning on “secure link”. My theory at the time was that eero would learn that that particular channel was too noisy and not bother with it.Since the 6.2 update the same WiFi issues seem to have resurfaced, sometimes my connection is fine and other times I have incredibly slow speeds (sub 1mbps on a fiber connection 10 feet from the eero). My subwoofer is having intermittent connection issues too. Granted this could all be a coincidence, but it started happening the day 6.2 was installed on my network.Is anyone else experiencing anything similar?
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