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post #1 of 2 Old 03-08-2013, 08:57 AM - Thread Starter
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I'm thinking of buying the new SONOS Playbar and will also need the SONOS Bridge. I currently have an Apple Time Machine that is connected to my Comcast cable modem through an ethernet cable. I currently use just the TV's built-in speakers. Does anyone know if the SONOS Bridge will work properly if I connect it to the Time Capsule with an ethernet cable?

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Are you using the Time Capsule as your router? If so, then your Sonos system will work properly. One Sonos component must be hard-wired to your home network. If you can hard-wire the Playbar to your network you won't need the bridge.

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