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Will Boost help speakers from cutting out?

  • 19 January 2019
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I have one Play 5 plugged into an airport extreme via Miniphone along with two Play 1's on the opposite side of the same room. In the evenings we get what seems to be a great deal of interference from the 30 other wifi signals that show up since I am in an old NYC apt building.
I find if I go on the desktop app and unsync and sync the three speakers it will help with the skipping, echoing,ect. But this ends up needing to be done every 30min-1hr.
Will Boost aid with this issue? Everything would be in the same room within 20ft from one another.
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Best answer by Stanley_4 21 January 2019, 02:48

Send in a diagnostic and contact Sonos support to see what they think: https://twitter.com/sonossupport

The Boost is very similar to the other Sonos devices as far as the radio goes so I wouldn't think it would be a big help but I don't do Apple and don't recognize your network gear.
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Send in a diagnostic and contact Sonos support to see what they think: https://twitter.com/sonossupport

The Boost is very similar to the other Sonos devices as far as the radio goes so I wouldn't think it would be a big help but I don't do Apple and don't recognize your network gear.