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I'd imagine there would be lip-sync issues unless you wire it up.

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Yeah, it doesn't work due to the slight delay which also renders the unit tricky to use with decks.

The Playbar is their solution for TV.

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Well uthe doidy fuckers. If the play bar works I wonder what is different? Obviously done it on purpose. Which is a bit offside if you ask me.

Part of the problem

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Dermo wrote:

Well uthe doidy fuckers.

Think Dermo's just had a stroke..

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elrobertos wrote:

Yeah, it doesn't work due to the slight delay which also renders the unit tricky to use with decks.

The Playbar is their solution for TV.

I'd expect people that have Playbar have it wired to the tele.

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That Sonos Soundbar and Sub is £1200 sheets, blimey.

Also didn't realise Sonos limit your music collection to 65,000 tracks, Dermo will have to delete his Sasha folder (if he hasn't already)

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My advice is to give this Sonos soundbar a massive swerve.

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I'm gonna get a Yamaha soundbar when I get round to it.

Why would Sonos limit the number of tracks?

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B&W Panorama 2 is the way forward chaps.

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Big Fella wrote:

Also didn't realise Sonos limit your music collection to 65,000 tracks

Which is the equivalent to a 3 hour Ricky Ryan set.

Keep it FLAC. Say NO to variable bit rates.

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Big Fella wrote:

B&W Panorama 2 is the way forward chaps.

Not according to What HiFi it isn't.