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Sonos AMP humidity resistance

  • 22 April 2019
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Hi,

I'm looking to replace my existing swimming pool amp with a sonos amp.

As of today i have been unable to find any operating ratings for the sonos amp.

Andy advice would be appreciated and if there's a good way to reduce humidity can you please advise?
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Best answer by melvimbe 22 April 2019, 14:20

The best advice is to keep the inside your home, with the speaker wiring going out through the attic or something similar. If that's not possible, the product below has been used by others around here.

http://www.altelix.com/Audio-Video-Enclosures-for-SONOS-Apple-Amazon-s/88224.htm

I wouldn't leave the amp outdoors on a permanent basis without any sort of protection.
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The best advice is to keep the inside your home, with the speaker wiring going out through the attic or something similar. If that's not possible, the product below has been used by others around here.

http://www.altelix.com/Audio-Video-Enclosures-for-SONOS-Apple-Amazon-s/88224.htm

I wouldn't leave the amp outdoors on a permanent basis without any sort of protection.
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The pool is indoors and the case wouldn't be useful in this situation.

Humidity resistant. Sonos to the best of my knowledge, advertises that the play 1 & play 5 (2nd gen) are humidity resistant. They also warn that the products mentioned, are not water proof.

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