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On the back of your satellite box you will see a pair of Audio Out RCA jacks. One will be red, one will be white.
Simply run an RCA cable pair to the 'AUX' jacks on the rear of the BOSE.
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If you have no sound from any source (CDs and radio included) then check the Audio Input cable at the back of the media center. Make sure it's plugged into the top portion of the 'speakers' section into where it says "main" and not "BoseLink"
If this is fully connected, but still no audio- check to make sure your Acoustimass module (subwoofer on the floor) is plugged into a working power outlet. If that fails, try unplugging both power cords for the system for about 30 seconds.
I connected my iPod with the same Bose with a cable you can get from Radio Shack for under $10.00. Please forgive me for not knowing the technical terms but one end has the male red and white plugs (audio composite)while the other is a single malplug that goes into your iPod. Just pick an open spot to plug it into the back of the Bose (Tape, Aux, Video) adn you are on your way.
On the side of the V20 control box (with all the inputs/outputs on the back), there is a small jack for an input directly from the headphone output from your Ipod - so all you need is a male/male ended cord (like the one used in vehicles with AUX inputs) and plug in - SIMPLE!
by main unit i assume you mean the head unit or the CD control unit.
the answer is YES,
bose sell a part that will conect your ipod to you r bass box direcly ( or at least they used to) it was not passily powerd by the ipod however as the i pod can't maintain the current necessary to sustain the power up of the amp's control circuit. so it was powered externaly.
the answer is. you need 5 v dc at 500ma capacity on the centre pin to power up the bass module and thus bring the bassbox to life, the remainig pins carry L/R and a control voltage to adjust the volume, i will need a bit of time to find out which pins exaclty do what, as i cant remeber off the top of my head, but i'll bet you'll find the answer on a diagram if you do a search on the web. please also note that the 5vdc can also be varied between 1.5vdc and 8.5 vdc to adjust the volume of the bass box and the system overall, and so that is the major problem for you to solve if you want to build your own amp. ( maybe get your hands on a second head unit ( CD 20 ) cheap on ebay or something or spalsh out and buy a remanufactuerd one from bose. but maybe thats not what you had in mind .
:-) have fun.