Sonos Port Audio Streamer

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Sonos Port Audio Streamer
Key Features
  • Connect Legacy Devices to a Sonos System
  • Wi-Fi & Ethernet Connectivity
  • Stereo RCA Audio Input
  • Digital Coaxial and Stereo RCA Outputs
Integrate your legacy stereo equipment into your Sonos ecosystem with the Sonos Port Audio Streamer. It has a stereo RCA audio input for your compatible record player, CD player, or other audio source, and connects to your network via Ethernet or Wi-Fi to enable streaming to your Sonos speakers on the same network. A digital coaxial and stereo RCA audio output let you pass audio through to connected equipment and stream from other Sonos sources. You can control audio playback via the Sonos app or AirPlay 2 with compatible devices.
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HTS and ECCN code for this product?

HTS and ECCN code for this product?
Asked by: Joseph
That information would only be available after purchase. You can check with Customer Service by using your order number after purchase.
Answered by: David
Date published: 2023-08-03

We use Sonos beam with Samsung TV. Have two ...

We use Sonos beam with Samsung TV. Have two older, wired speakers we'd like to add as surrounds. Will this Port create that connection? Is an amp/receiver needed to power the speakers?
Asked by: Yee-Ping
You would need the Sonos amp for your particular set up since your speakers require power.
Answered by: Bennie
Date published: 2020-11-09

Can I use the sonos Port to replace my 4 yr old ...

Can I use the sonos Port to replace my 4 yr old Russound system? my hone has 8 zones so I was wondering If i need a Port for each zone.
Asked by: Dave
Yes you will be able to connect the Sonos Port to your Russound system. You just need to have a stereo pair of inputs and outputs on your sound system. You do not need a Sonos Port for each zone. Once you have 1 Sonos Port connected, you will be able to output audio from your Russound system into the Sonos Port and wireless to other Sonos speakers in the house. Or you can output streaming audio content from the Sonos port into your Russound system and therefore into your existing zones.
Answered by: David
Date published: 2022-11-09
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