How To Connect Peloton To Sonos? – [Step By Step]

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If you are lucky enough to have both a Peloton bike or tread and a Sonos device the first thing you might wanna learn is how to connect Peloton to Sonos.

In this article, we will go through a complete and step-by-step process and will learn how to connect Peloton with Sonos.

Besides that, we will also talk about some common problems people face when it comes to connecting their Sonos to their Peloton devices.

If this rings the bell for you then you have come to the right place. I highly recommend reading this guide to the end because you will find out everything you have been looking for!

So without any further ado and wasting any more time let’s get into it!

Types of Sonos Devices Available

Types of Sonos Devices Available

Before learning to connect your device to your workout machine it is important to learn how many types of Sonos devices are there.

There are the following three main types of Sonos devices most popular on the market and these are actually what people use to connect Peloton with Sonos.

  1. The Sonos Beam: This is the most popular device for people who want to listen to audio on their Peloton bike or tread.

It is a sound bar that has Alexa built-in and can be connected directly to your TV by HDMI ARC connection.

  1. The Sonos One: This is a compact speaker which can easily be moved from one room to another. You can set it up with your Peloton bike and listen to the audio while you are cycling or running on the tread.
  2. The Sonos Roam: The Sonos Roam is a much more compact version of the device which allows you to easily carry the device with you in a gym bag or in your pocket.

Although they look small and compact, one thing that I love about them is that they always have a punch when it comes to sound quality.

How To Connect Peloton To Sonos?

Now that you have learned about the availability of different kinds of Sonos devices, things will be much clear now. Now you will be able to understand the instructions given here easily and relate each step to the device you are using.

First of all, I have seen many “wanna-be” instructors trying to overcomplicate the problem.  I am here to tell you that it is not as hard as people think and with the help of a few simple steps, you will be able to connect your Peloton device with Sonos.

Basically, it allows you to connect your Sonos system to pretty much any speaker out there. All you need is a Bluetooth receiver that has to be connected to the line in.

Trust me I have done it and there is nothing so difficult about this. Here is a step-by-step approach to do it without messing things up.

  • Purchase a Bluetooth receiver first (I am using the “1Mii B06)

The next thing you need to do is to connect the red and the white jack provided in the box to your Sonos Connect Amp. This step is very useful especially if you have non-Sonos speakers.

Turn on your Sonos and also turn on your Bluetooth on the device.

On your phone, go to the “Line in”.

Select Bluetooth on your Peloton tablet and find your Sonos device

If you have done all the steps I mentioned here you will hear a beep tone of connectivity and you will be able to hear the sound coming out of your Sonos device.

Now you have successfully connected your Peloton with Sonos and can enjoy listening to the audio while you are working out.

Common Problems Faced When Connecting Peloton To Sonos

Although it is not so hard to connect these two devices together, still some people have faced difficulties.

One of the most common problems that many people have faced is that their device does not find the Sonos Connect Amp.

This problem can be solved by turning off your Bluetooth and then restarting it again.

Another issue could be that you are trying to connect your Peloton with multiple Sonos devices.

You need to make sure that you are only connecting one Sonos device with your Peloton otherwise it will not work.

Finally, if none of the methods I have mentioned here worked for you then I would suggest consulting a technician or doing more research into the problem.

Things To keep in Mind While Connecting Peloton To Sonos

Even though we have talked about some of the most common problems that people face when it comes to connecting their Peloton bike or tread with Sonos.

Even though both devices are almost the same there is still a difference in the processor in both. Oh! we are talking about the Sonos Roam and the move.

You may notice that the Sonos app move doesn’t show up in the Sonos app when in Bluetooth mode even though the Roam shows directly.

However, when it comes to connecting the devices over Wi-Fi there won’t be any issue.

Apart from that, you should also keep in mind that if you are using the Sonos Move device you will be able to play the audio of your Peloton bike or tread over a single speaker only.

However, when it comes to the Sonos Move, you can simply use it to play the audio with your wider Sonos system.

Last Minute Thoughts!

So how to connect Peloton to Sonos? Well, there are two main methods when it comes to connecting the two devices with each other.

The first one is through Bluetooth and the second one is through Wi-Fi. Both of these methods are easy to do and require no technical knowledge, so don’t worry about it.

Apart from that, there are a few things to keep in mind. Everything has been explained in all detail in this article.

If you follow all the steps mentioned here, then you should be able to easily connect your Peloton bike or tread with Sonos and start listening to your favorite music!

We hope this article helps you in connecting your Peloton bike or tread with Sonos.

If you face any issues while doing so then feel free to drop a comment below and we will be happy to help you out.

Now get your workout gear on and enjoy the best of audio.

Good luck!​

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Tonny is an active cyclist with 7+ years of experience in coaching. With over 500 trained students, he is currently promoting safe cycling around the globe.

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