Sonos’ audio experts, who specialize in multi-room sound systems, have released a bug-fixing update for their Wi-Fi speakers that, after several weeks of persistent bug reports, should finally fix a bug that could cause disrupted audio. output on the TV. sound bars Arc, Beam and Ray.
The Sonos software update to version 14.18 now available only lists the usual bug fixes and performance improvements in the official update notes and only briefly addresses the bugs observed with the soundbars.
Sonos software 14.18
These would have fixed an audio quality issue that would have reduced Sub output when pairing an Arc, Beam or Ray with a Sub or Sub Mini. Only users who had enabled the intelligent Trueplay sound enhancement in their settings were affected by the bug.
Details published on the forum
If you’re interested in more detailed backgrounds, you can visit the provider’s official community forum. Here, an employee commented on the newly available update and confirmed that it corrects errors introduced with Sonos software 14.12.
The volume display, which was displayed with higher absolute numbers despite the identical level, has now been restored to its pre-version 14.12 status with the new Sonos software.
The Sonos employee also explains in this regard: “Customers will hear a more powerful low-frequency response meaning any sub-level adjustments made after 12/14 should no longer be necessary.“
Depending on your settings in the Sonos application settings, the new system version will be installed automatically and should be installed overnight on all compatible system components over the next week