Feb 09, 2017 08:48PM CET
Right now we don't support Sonos Speakers natively but you might be able to connect Pacemaker to these if you use a 3.5mm jack cable from your device or if your speakers allow you to send all audio from your iOS device using AirPlay. Sonos have a guide explaining how you might be able to use AirPlay here: http://www.sonos.com/en-gb/airplay
Kristian Schmidt Bertelsen
Jul 09, 2017 06:22PM CEST
ever since spotify worked on your sonos loudspeakers with a by passing of the sonos app it has been great... but we are still waiting for greater era to come.. when you can have a solid home party with pacemaker direct to the sonos speakers.. do the programming.. get the job done.. it feels unsatisfying that this hasn't been done Looong time ago. Remember that we have paid for the app. I am sure somebody will do it sooner or later and then you will have lost your pole position!!!
Nov 17, 2017 09:24PM CET
Thanks for showing support for this. This is something still on our radar and we appreciate the support shown by the community. Right now, we don't have anything specific to announce but we really like the idea.
Feb 10, 2018 12:04PM CET
Thanks for the feedback. We're looking into Sonos support still. To add this kind of functionality means we would need to work directly with Sonos to make this possible. Hopefully in the future we'll have more to share about this.