i have 5 Zones 4 in-ceiling speakers and 1 outdoor speakers
all wires goes to equipment room i was about to install sonos but i still need FM stations
is there way to add fm radio to sonons and be able to change stations from iphone or any smart phone
also is there audio distribution system with FM tuner ??
You can sign up to RadioTime on a PC and stream FM for a few days, to see if it meets your needs, before buying anything.
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In that case, the Sonos Connect / Amp units have an analog audio input, so you can attach an FM tuner to one of them, and it will be available to any Sonos zone. No remote control of the tuner, however.
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A built in tuner would be nice for one reason, sports. You can't listen to games via the online version of the broadcasting radio station. I end up using a a small mp3 player, but that's just Fm. And I have to remember to turn it on/off. Some games are AM so that idea is limited. And I'm not buying a connect to plug into my receiver just for radio.
So the idea of having an actual tuner built in isn't so far fetched.
yeah, the Sonos Connect / Amp units have an analog audio input, so you can attach an FM tuner to one of them, and it will be available to any Sonos zone. No remote control of the tuner,[IMG]http://*******/OSI1pM[/IMG]thank you
If remote is very important to you there are receivers with pre outs that can be controlled by I phone etc.