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Want to buy Sonos home theater but have several questions

So, I would like to setup an Sonos home theater (Beam, Sub and two Ones). But I have questions about wifi connectivity

-If internet is down, would I still hear sound from all the speakers and sub from my Tv?

-If internet is down, can I play Spotify music from my phone to the Ones?

-Is there any delay in audio due to wireless connection?

-Is there DTS support? Info about this is very confusing, some says yes, other no.

-Can I use only the Ones to play music, and the whole setup to play movies? Or I need to use all the speakers on all cases?

Thank you very much!

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Re: Want to buy Sonos home theater but have several questions

Hello, khantisek, 


Thanks for reaching out to us on Best Buy Forums. For these types of questions, we would recommend that you speak to our sales agents who are more knowledgeable regarding these specific products. You can reach them at (888) BEST BUY or (888) 237-8289 or by using our Chat Now feature here



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Re: Want to buy Sonos home theater but have several questions

Bluetooth has nothing to do with the internet its only a wireless transmission signal that communicates with all of your devices. I am not sure how Pandora works but many music services such as Apple Music do have offline capabilities if you're streaming from a device such as a tablet or a cell phone but if it's built into the TV I don't know how that works as I would imagine its streaming only on those platforms. 


The audio should be able to stream as intended but all devices you purchase need to be able to decode the audio signals to provide the sound you want. 


While the chat option has been a helpful suggestion, visiting a local Best Buy in your area to try  out some audio would be the best way to get a good feel for these devices and your audio preferences. Better to hear in person. 

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