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Sonos can now run without a bridge

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Greg1489090435    0
Greg1489090435

Seems like if you already own the bridge, removing it puts all traffic over your wifi instead of sonosnet.   Might be the better option to leave it if you already own it. 

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schoondoggy    588
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Seems like if you already own the bridge, removing it puts all traffic over your wifi instead of sonosnet.   Might be the better option to leave it if you already own it. 

I would leave it in if you already have one. 

I think this is more about reducing the cost of entry. Now you can just buy a speaker to get started.

If you have Sonos in several rooms, the Sonosnet mesh has the potential to give better coverage than Wi-Fi.

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Greg1489090435    0
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Perhaps I just always bought at the right time, but they always gave me a free bridge when I bought a sonos.  so i have 2 unopened bridges.  I guess I thought they were always free? 

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schoondoggy    588
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I have several as well. They did charge for them, but every time I bought they were part of a free bundle.

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zibaji    0
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I wish they shall build landscape / outdoor amplified speakers

 

 

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