Sonos dropping support for most of my stuff

bdavis466

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Aug 4, 2014
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San Clemente, CA
I wonder if this whole thing was just a marketing scam. It doesn't take a genius in any industry to anticipate what the public response would be after an announcement like that...

My guess is they come up with a "miracle" to allow the old and new to coexist together... anything for their loyal customers
 
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setsailsoon

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Remember the good old days when your "ecosytem" consisted of this particular receiver, that particular amp and those particular speakers all made by different folks and the "system" all coexisted just fine?
That was a long time ago

 

jimim

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Jun 20, 2016
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I always tell everyone. Dump the money on the amps. It’s a 1 and done. I’m an ati fanboy. Can’t beat a 20 year warranty and built in the USA.
 

Brentr

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Oct 18, 2009
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Jacksonville, FL
That is the reason why I have separate AV systems. Good old school stuff. I have a Yamaha Adventage RX-860 for my patio?pool area and a separate Yamaha Adventage RX-780 for my living room. I had considered Sonos however it is very expensive :cheers: