Skipping or stopping behaviour could happen on Sonos systems.
Please refer to the Sonos help.center articles such as: https://support.sonos.com/s/article/305?language=en_US
Sonos team recommends the following:
- Check your Internet connection speed
If your Internet connection slows significantly, the speed at which Sonos is able to stream from an online music service may be reduced, resulting in audio skipping or other interruptions. Try loading webpages and videos, preferably from a wired computer or laptop that is connected to the same network as Sonos, to make sure your Internet connection is working properly. If you notice unusually slow Internet speeds, please contact your Internet Service Provider for assistance.
- Take steps to reduce wireless interference
Your Sonos products may be having difficulty communicating wirelessly with one another or your router, which can oftentimes be alleviated by changing the wireless channel your Sonos system is operating on. Wireless environments have the potential to become congested with many devices using the same air space, and changing the wireless channel can clear up these issues. Read more about how to change the wireless channel and other steps for reducing wireless interference in our article: Changing the wireless channel.
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