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Hook up I just bought a new 46 inch Spectre TV. I have an earlier Bose GS system with no HDMI port. My new tv has no yellow video input. Will I be able to use this system. The cable man tried as much as he knew and failed. Thank You

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The Bose GS can only support component video set-up for the best video definition. This video connection set-up uses three RCA cables to transfer the video signal from an output device (the Bose GS) to an input device (Your TV).

Check if the back of your GS system has a set of video out RCA ports that are titled "Comp Out". You TV should then have a "Comp In" video input RCA ports you can connect to.

Hope this helps.

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What model of TV are you hooking the Bose system pls? Alternately, determine if the TV you are hooking it into has a pair of white and red RCA connector marked Audio OUT.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

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