What Sonos does well is multi room audio and convenience. The price you pay is to do that, rather than speaker quality. Sonos does a more high end speaker (the Five) but you can definitely get better sound for the same money with a regular speaker.DjSingh wrote: ↑ Thanks bud, that helps a lot… and sorry guys if im taking this thread off topic but i have two more questions
First is sonos vs reciever/ bookshelf speaker …..lots of people are talking about using sonos speakers as 7.1and 9.1 setups… looking at the prices of the sonos….. sonos wont be cheap setting 7.1 up…. But is it way better in terms of sound when setting up a nice prof. Receiver(denon/onkyo) ofcourse marrantz will alone cost a lot & bookshelf or tower speakers (polk audio/ klipsh)
Second question is like @Lebon1 said above…
Sonos creating the own mesh…. Right now i have dumb-speakers in everyrooom connected via 2nd gen airport express on wofi so i can play music via airplay2 . But sometimes the music skips… and some days its perfect … is there a way airport express does something like that so i can hookup one airport express to my router (wired) and they use their own mesh and also i’ll be able to play music from my phone.
Sonos will not do a 7.1 or 9.1 setup. At best, it can do an Atmos/5.1.2 system with a Sonos soundbar (some people find this acceptable, others less so - I’m not getting into that minefield lol).
I don’t believe the Airports have any mesh capabilities, such a shame Apple left this space.