Newbie Starting To Upgrade

Valerian11

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Hi. I’m currently starting to get plans together to improve my set up. I’m currently using a Sonos Connect Amp wired to some Bluecube ceiling speakers. It’s the only room connected to the Sonos.
Initially I want to change to floor-standers. I’ll also be getting a Rega Planar Plus 1 turntable to resurrect my vinyl collection.
Can anyone advise me what’s the better choice between the Fyne Audio F302 or the Q Acoustics 3050? I’m also open to any other suggestions of course.
 

Al ears

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Hi. I’m currently starting to get plans together to improve my set up. I’m currently using a Sonos Connect Amp wired to some Bluecube ceiling speakers. It’s the only room connected to the Sonos.
Initially I want to change to floor-standers. I’ll also be getting a Rega Planar Plus 1 turntable to resurrect my vinyl collection.
Can anyone advise me what’s the better choice between the Fyne Audio F302 or the Q Acoustics 3050? I’m also open to any other suggestions of course.
How are you going to connect the speakers, do you propose to use the Sonus Connect amp?
 

Valerian11

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How are you going to connect the speakers, do you propose to use the Sonus Connect amp?
Yes. I figure since I have it, I’ll use it until I eventually upgrade at a later date. It’s mostly used for Spotify, Mixcloud, Soundloud and radio.
 

Valerian11

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Not too sure how you are going to attach that turntable to it.....
From the Sonos forum:
If you have a turntable and third party speakers but no amplifier, you can connect them to the Sonos system directly using the Amp or Connect:Amp.
Take the RCA cable that comes with your Amp or Connect:Amp. Plug one end into your turntable or preamp, and the other end into corresponding colors of the L/R inputs at the back of your Amp or Connect:Amp
As I understand it the turntable has a built in pre amp.
 

insider9

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I can only advise on Fyne F302 which I've had for a good few months. I've not heard as accomplished speaker in this price range to date. To put it in perspective I know the segment well but prior to divorce have been used to higher quality gear, still Fynes are very fine speakers. If I didn't have a high opinion of them they'd be long gone particularly as I didn't pay for my pair.
 
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