Samsung LT32E390S + Multiroom sound dropout

Recently purchased the above tv and have had Multiroom speakers for a while. Internat signal has always been patchy but I now have a wifi extender + another hub set to repeater mode in the same room as the tv (router is downstairs). I'm able to connect the speakers to the tv using the menu > sound > speaker list option however, sound regularly either drops out and reverts to the built in tv speaker or stops working in stereo and reduces the volume of the right speaker slightly. Sometimes able to fix by turning the tv off then back in and reselecting the speakers but this doesn't always work. Any suggestions?

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Clarification Request

I should add, I'm using a pair of Samsung M3s (WAM350) both updated to the latest software via the Multiroom app and the latest software on the tv too.

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You are repeating...
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This seems to be less of a problem with the repeater (which seems to have improved wifi coverage in the house successfully) and more with the tv. I don't get problems when using the Multiroom app to listen to Spotify, just with the tv. Thanks for the swift reply!

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Test again but with the TV wired.

There are tomes on the web about WiFi and Samsung TVs. Skip that, get wired or wired over powerline.

Apologies in advance. After a decade of trying extenders, no more. If there's an extender in the mix, I remove those.

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