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A Projector, Apple TV, and Sonos Play:5 in Stereo: A Review
First of all, shoutout to u/kmclaughlin311 for hooking me up with another Play:5 via the Buy/Sell/Trade section. You are the man and I'll pay it forward!
I finally decided to bite the bullet and purchase a Play:5. The Fives were underwhelming on updates and virtually identical to the Play:5, so I decided to buy the previous gen. I went with the white one because it was open box and I didn't care about color. Open box deals on these are so, so worth it. $330.
I hate wires. Any time I can I will circumvent them, tuck them behind walls, and generally do whatever I can to never have to run wires or see wires. At first I thought I would run an HDMI cable to the projector (original idea) I just mounted on my ceiling and purchase a Beam or an Arc, but I had two problems. The first was that the dimensions of the room are 20x24. The seating arrangement is such that my couch is literally on one wall, and I have this beautiful giant blank white wall directly opposite to it. The projector was the best option without breaking the budget (under $1500 for the complete movie setup), and a 200 inch screen = pretty awesome when viewing from 23 feet away. The second is that I hate wires, and I did not want to fish an HDMI through the walls. So the soundbar was my least preferred option.
A coworker told me that the Play:5 was an AirPlay speaker, so maybe that would work with an Apple TV or something. But I didn't know how that would work with surround sound, and I held onto this notion that I HAD to have surround sound audio. I bought the first Play:5 to try it out and test the theory, thinking that maybe I could just get it and put it elsewhere if it sucked for this setup.
I did some research and the reviews on Apple TV and AirPlay to Sonos speakers are...not great. No one actually says that they recommend this setup, and there are also not a lot of people who want or need to do it. Discouraged by the reviews, I proceeded.
Having no familiarity with AppleTV, I finally figured out how to cast to the speaker and set a default speaker group on the AppleTV. I tried out my first movie: The Matrix. Wowowow. The Play:5 is such a competent speaker that I am not sure there's a task you can throw at the thing and have it flounder. The bass on that thing is phenomenal for such a compact device, so much so that I am surprised it's producing that much. Again, this was the very first thing I played on the Play:5. Hadn't heard it until then. Dialogue was perfectly fine and not remotely out of sync, and the way it dials up during action scenes is something else. A single Play:5 filled my room up with impressive sound, and the whole experience of a projector kind of makes you forget that it isn't surround. With my TV setup in another room (Beam, 2 Sonos One's), I do appreciate the surround audio unquestionably. But the Play:5 is such a formidable speaker, I suspect I'd rather listen to anything on it than the Beam.
One thing that confused me was the audio lag everyone commented on with AirPlay. Now, I have the fortune of near perfect WiFi throughout the house, a gigabit internet connection, and most everything wired with Cat6a. My main router and AP are within five feet of the Play:5 speakers and the Apple TV (I think this is a critically important point). Why did I experience zero or imperceptible lag? That part still baffles me, but I suspect it is the result of an incredibly good wireless signal or Netflix or my Plex server(?) doing some trickery behind the scenes to remove lag.
From someone three months ago on the Sonos forums:
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Apple will always introduce a fixed two second delay when using Airplay. This delay cannot be modified by any third party API and is locked in by Apple. Here is Apple's official documentation of the latency limit.I have found this to not be accurate in my use case. Maybe someone here can explain how it's working so well for me?
I went for the stereo pair. I did it. And I should have done it years ago. Two Play:5's in a stereo pair, with a Move as my "rear" speaker is absolutely bonkers. The Play:5's alone make the experience truly unique (my friends said it actually felt like a movie theatre and my father actually went and purchased a projector and a Play:5 to emulate the setup) because of their flexibility as a do everything speaker, but when you are completely engulfed in sound from every angle, it's just different. The Play:5 in stereo has such great separation that the "sweet spot" for listening is basically anywhere nearby. You forget that there's no surround and end up focusing on the movie a little more.
In short, it fucks.
If you play music on the Play:5's, then the next time you watch your AppleTV, you're going to need to tell your AppleTV to play through those speakers. I didn't find it to be too annoying, but I can easily see where someone would forget that step and get confused. My advice? write instructions on the back of the AppleTV remote for when your technologically challenged significant other uses it.
That's it. That's my review of the setup. For my use case it works perfectly fine, and I no longer have a desperate need for surround sound audio in this case. Perhaps in the future. If you're going to try out AirPlay on a projector with AppleTV, I say go for it. As always, YMMV, but wow....why did I not purchase the Play:5 earlier?
Next up, I'll be purchasing a sub to add to the setup.