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19 December 2012 at 16 h 49 min #361
SWYH recognised my Sonos but when I try to stream nothing happens.
I run Windows 7 64 bit.
Any suggestions? Cheers!23 December 2012 at 17 h 36 min #370
Hi suselko,Have you tested the PCM/L16 format from the SWYH settings?Another user of SWYH has already reported to me that SWYH doesn’t work on a Sonos ZP120. May be a problem because the audio stream has a variable bit rate (CBR).Regards,
12 July 2013 at 20 h 37 min #3404
I got the app working with the Sonos Play:3 and Sonos Play:5, haven’t tested it on any other Sonos systems though. Please check this topic: http://www.streamwhatyouhear.com/forums/topic/sonos-is-supported/
Hope this will work for you!29 October 2013 at 16 h 01 min #3862
Well it kind of works with http streaming, but with a big dealy in sound vs. video (Youtube).
Has any gotten DLNA to work with Sonos ?
Jesoer8 July 2016 at 2 h 51 min #11874
I recommend an iphone / ipad app that can play YouTube via Sonos: SonosTube.
It is the only app in Apple App Store to play YouTube via Sonos.
SonosTube can play video on your iPhone / iPad, meanwhile, play audio on your Sonos speakers.8 July 2016 at 12 h 03 min #11875
Keep getting the message from SONOS that the file is not right codeded. Anyone managed to solve this problem?
I used the http live stream, with a specific http port. (5901, 8080).26 February 2017 at 13 h 16 min #12063
I spent half an hour to configure SWYH to play to my Sonos. I finally made it work but it seems SWYH has problems with identifying the IP address of the PC. I needed to run ipconfig command to see what is really my IP, and then replaced the incorrect IP shown by SWYH (under Tools / HTTP Live streaming) with the correct IP. Only then the streaming started working.