I have two TIC G3's 8 ohm amusement park type 360 degree speakers that are over 100 foot from the receiver. They get partially buried in the ground. My receiver is inside my living room with wires running outside around the pool.So............what speakers are you driving with the Denon?
What was the issue with getting the Sonos to work with your receivers? Don't you just plug the Sonos audio output (digital optical/coax or analog left/right) into your receiver and go? I have a Pioneer VSX-D307 receiver that I'm wondering if it will work with the Sonos Connect. What Denon amp did you get, the HEOS Amp? Is it compatible with Amazon Music?I ended up selling my brand new Sonos as I couldn't get it to work with any receivers (either my 5 yo Pioneer or my brand new Denon). The Sonos amp wasn't powerful enough for my outdoor speakers. The good news is that my new Denon was on sale at Best Buy and it streams flawlessly on its own, so I sold the Sonos. The Denon app on my phone allows me to have full control including turning it on and off which is nice.
I have an almost identical setup, except that there's also another dozen Sonos devices around my home. Love my Sonos.Ive just bought the following set up (work to commence this weekend)
Sonos connect amp and then wiring two bose freespace 51 and two polk atrium 6 speakers to it. Anyone have a similar set up or advice?
also, can someone confirm that I can hook the TV up to the sonos connect amp and play through the speakers. Pretty sure my wife will kill me if I spend any more $$$ on this project.