# Sonos --- ##### [[User Guide|Roon User Guide]] > [[Audio|Audio]] > Sonos # Using Sonos in Roon ## Basics Sonos hardware is now fully supported in Roon! Roon should work with all Sonos hardware. As new devices reach the market, small adjustments may needed so if you are having trouble with a particular Sonos device, please visit our community site and [let us know](https://community.roonlabs.com/t/im-having-a-problem-with-roon-where-do-i-report-it/2185/5). ## Sound Quality Sonos devices accept up to 48kHz/16bit audio. When playing high resolution content you may see format conversions in Roon's [[Signal Path]], like this one: <img src='http://roon-kb.s3.amazonaws.com/042f8156-24f7-4867-830c-ef23677d66b3.png'/> ## Setup If you have Sonos zones on the same network as your Roon Core, you should be able to see them in the Audio tab of Settings, under the "Networked" section. <img src='http://roon-kb.s3.amazonaws.com/e003d8d0-ca90-481b-a193-48bc2c35af09.png'/> Just enable the device (or devices) you want to use, select them in the [[Zone Picker|Zone]], and and play some music! Roon understands Sonos stereo pairs and will only play to the master device in each pair. However, it's not currently possible to add or remove devices from stereo pairs through Roon. While you can use Roon's DSP engine with Sonos devices, it's not currently possible to adjust Sonos devices' built-in equalizer settings through Roon. ### Grouped Playback Sonos Zones can be "grouped" to play the same content, but Sonos zones can only be grouped with other Sonos zones. ### Sonos Apps Note that at this time you won't see any information about what you're listening to in the Sonos app. When Roon is playing to Sonos, _Now Playing_ information is only available in the Roon app. Volume control will work in the Sonos app, but pressing transport controls in the Sonos app will cause playback to stop.
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