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  • Craig Whitaker

How Do I Play an External Device Though My Sonos System?

Many Sonos system owners often add an external device to their system such as a CD-Player or Turntable. An external source can be added to any Sonos device that has a line-in input. Sonos devices with a line-in input are Amp, Five, and Port. To play the external device in other rooms, first select the room in the Sonos app where you want to play the line in. Next select “Browse”, then select “Line in audio”. Press whatever line in device you wish to play. Please note on IOS or Mac Devices, “Browse” is called “Select a Music Source”. For help with designing your Sonos system schedule a free consultation by calling 888-775-2673or visiting our website @ www.wbsouth.com.

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