Must have app for Sonos :: SonoSequencr

by Volker Weber

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SonoSequencr is an amazing app that lets you automate sequences in your Sonos household. It is like Scenes in Homekit. Group a number of speakers, set the volume, then play a certain programme.

It also lets you work around arbitrary limitations that Sonos has set. Example: you cannot pair a Sonos One with a Sonos Play:1 since Sonos has deemed them to be different speakers. If you want to add stereo and Alexa to a room, you have to buy two new players. Well, SonoSequencr fixes that problem. It lets you (stereo-)pair One and Play:1. Hint: the pairing process asks you which one the left speaker is. This will be the master speaker in this stereo pair. Always select the One and not the Play:1.

SonoSequencr is designed by a developer. Not exactly pretty, but very useful

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Comments

... Fanke für den Tipp... und frohe Weihnachten!

Potaczek Paul, 2017-12-25 18:30

... Danke natürlich;-)

Potaczek Paul, 2017-12-25 18:31

That's what I'm going to tell prospective clients from now on: I'm not exactly pretty, but very useful :-)

Richard Schwartz, 2017-12-26 15:49

I’d actually bought the app based on a few a Sonos forum suggestions but never got round to trying it. That for the reminder that this may indeed fix the issue that I commented on on your other Sonos post.

Darren Duke, 2017-12-27 00:23

Gekauft. Danke für den Rat!

Armin Roth, 2017-12-30 19:34

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