Hi, this thread seems to match my problem but none of the answers specifically address it. I've been using two Play 1 speakers for a couple months with no issues but now one of them has stopped working. Solid white light is on. I've tried reconnecting multiple times and unplugging the network along with both speakers to no avail. Jul 02, · Read our review of the Sonos Play 1. My Wi-Fi still isn’t working (and I don’t mind getting technical) When you set up a Sonos speaker in your home, it should automatically receive an IP Author: Hannah Davies. All articles (27) Help Setting up (2) Can't connect to my speaker (4) Audio Interruptions (1) Music Library troubleshooting (5) Music Service troubleshooting (2) Home Theater troubleshooting (6) Updating Sonos (1). Nov 11, · Hey everyone, first time poster. I have a sonos system (2 play 1, sub, sound bar) thats hooked up to my ST hub. For the last year its been working great as speakers for notifications, but it just stopped this week. Feb 19, · Check to make sure that the IP address that shows up on the device matches the IP address from the Sonos Play:1 speaker. If the IP address is not the same, proceed with the following steps. First, power all devices off which should include the Sonos Speaker, router, and device (phone, tablet, or computer).Author: Patty.
Sonos has made a handy list of firewalls, so choose yours and follow the instructions provided to configure your firewall to work with your speaker. Hi BellaPosh, Please make sure that your speaker's power cord is fully inserted. Accept cookies Cookie settings. I've tried reconnecting multiple times and unplugging the network along with both speakers to no avail. There is a link to the guide that demonstrates how to do this below.
Weak signal or bad connection can be caused by interference such as walls or magnetic devices. Send Back to overview. Username or e-mail. Bad IP address. If the IP address is not the same, proceed with the following steps. Faulty Power Adapter.
Everything was working well until the update. Basic Functional. Check to make sure the power adapter is plugged in. Hi Colio87, Usually this kind of behavior is caused by wireless interference or a networking issue. You can find the MAC address on the bottom of your speaker listed as the serial number. Once all devices have been shut off, power on the router then the Sonos speaker. I'll be able to take a look at the signal strength between your devices to determine if distance is an issue. Login Log in. Beyond me!