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How do i connect sonos " control " to denon avr 300. Where are audio output on this denon?


The AVR-E300 doesn't have an audio output. It's a very basic AV receiver built down to a price.

Even if you has a better quality receiver, you still would only be able to port sound from analogue sources (ones connected via red & white RCA/phono) to the Sonos Connect for distribution around the rest of your home. AV receivers don't decode audio from HDMI sources to analogue stereo.

If you want to port sound, hook up a source direct to the Sonos Connect's audio input. Don't try going via the receiver.
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Sonos play 3 won't boot


If power cycling (pulling power and then putting it back in) does not resolve it, and the Mute button is not also blinking green when the status light is blinking white then it sounds like a bad player. Contact Sonos Support for options on replacement.

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Open sonos play 5


Okay, so I literally just took mine apart, a screw came out that was holding the subwoofer in place and it was causing horrible distortion and vibration.

First off there are a bunch of screws you need to remove, all phillips heads thank god. The front grill just needs a little bit of tender pulling, start at the seams on the sides and pry it out, its only held in there by some velcro material on the front and how tight the sides slide into the rest of the unit, so it shouldnt be too hard to remove. Once it's off you will see all of the screws that need to be pulled out, they are all the same length and there should be 6 of them.

After that you will need to flip the Play 5 upside down and pull off the rubber bottom plate, its held on with a tacky adhesive but its pretty easy to pull off. You will see that there are now a bunch more screws to undo at this point, including 2 stickers over two of the screws saying if you remove or break you void the warranty (Sonos warranty is 1 year, so if it's beyond that, go for it). You pull off those screws as well, pretty sure there are 6 of one size and 2 of a skinnier size. This will easily remove the bottom plate.

From there you can now access a few more screws that will then allow you into the system. I hope that this can help you fix it or you got brave and tried it yourself at this point.

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Turn off demo mode for sonos


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Is there any way to hook up a sonos zp120 to the bose 901's without using an amp


No speakers will run without an amp.

The Active Equalizer must be somehere in the Line Level path between any source and whatever amp is exclusively driving Bose 901's, which makes the ZP120 useless as a networked music delivery system becuase everything IT outputs would be 901-encoded - unless you had 901's in every room.

The Sonos neither knows nor cares what processes are applied to the signal before it arrives through the Line Level inputs but the digital audio/ethernet route lacks anywhere to insert ANY analog processing, so 901's will not work with the ZP120 if the music originates elsewhere.

I'm not so sure how the claimed 55 watts would work out for 901's. I'd take that specification with huge grain of salt as this unit only weighs about 5 lbs.

This link leads to the multi-lingual manual...

http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&cd=8&sqi=2&ved=0CF4QFjAH&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.abt.com%2Fdocuments%2F20166%2FZP120_Setup_Guide.pdf&rct=j&q=sonos%20zp120%20manual&ei=nwV7TpjcLumIsgKfm7WzDQ&usg=AFQjCNEp4MtETHn2IZLqk9fVXn4QPsV9iQ

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I have 5 zone player 120's (Sonos) and they get very hot and overheat. Any solutions? They are stacked on eachother in a cabinet


The units need to separated and moved out of the cabinet into an open area, with no obstructions to the chassis vents.

Dec 19, 2010 | Sonos Zoneplayer ZP120

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Sonos won't play when attached


Attach the analog RCA output of the Sonos to the CD input of your receiver. On the receiver select CD is the input. Now turn the volume up on both the Sonos and the Receiver. Dont forget to make sure some music is playing on the Sonos.
Good luck

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