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Old Feb 25th, 2005, 04:43 AM
davidwilkie davidwilkie is offline
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Default How to integrate existing A/V system?

The Sonos Zone Player is a solution for rooms where you do not already have an audio system, but how about, for example, integrating a home audio system that already exists? No way am I going to ditch my high-end NAD system and connect the speakers in my family room to a Zone Player, especially since they are also used for watching video, listenting to radio, CDs, etc.

Is there a way to get a line-level output from a Sonos system, e.g., connect Sonos to line-level input RCA jacks on my home theater system?

If so, it's a great solution; if not, a major shortcoming most audio enthusiasts will have a hard time accepting.
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Old Feb 25th, 2005, 07:26 AM
leeg leeg is offline
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Yes, you can u8se the ZP line out into your existing system.

I already have analog wiring to various rooms -- I plugged a ZP into that distribution box. It gives me great control through the Controller, though sends the same tunes to each room. I'll add individual Zps to room where it is likely that individual music will be desired.

But if you have wiring in place, you can use one ZP to great advantage.
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