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Simple.Depending on the number of HD gadgets you have,you need either 2 or 4 channel HDMI converter.Connect the HDMI output to your tv and connect other equipments to the various HDMI,VGA,component and composite inputs,including your Bose System.
Use the speaker output and plug it into the mic socket. Not ideal but the alternative is to buy a cheap adaptor for the end of the aux cable so that you can plug your speaker output into the aux input.
Try another source on AUX to prove the AUX works ok with all speakers.
Any iPod, smartphone or MP3 player at its most basic level is just an ordinary analog audio source.
For just listening, any audio device with a headphone/earbud output can be connected to any available analog Line Level input (except PHONO) with a simple adapter. They don't tell you that in the iPod manual because they want you to purchase expensive accessories like docking stations. You'll still have to control the music from the portable device. Oh well.
Most Bose Wave players only have one set of input jacks. SO, you have 2 sources (the TV and the DVD) that you want to use. Well, you can plug in the one you want or buy a 2-way switch. You plug both sources into the switch and the output goes to the Bose. You hit AUX on the Bose or remote and you've got it. A local Radio Shack type place should be able to fix you up. Just tell them you need to connect 2 sources to one input - I'm assuming all have what are called RCA connectors on the sources - I know the Bose has them.
hi, u can connect the bose to ur receiver. connect all speaker output of or receiver to bose corresponding input. and the sub line to sub pre out. for any further assistance can contact through fixya. ok
The Wii AV cable should have a red/white pair of Audio Output jacks on it.
Check out pg. 8 of the Wii manual:
Connect the red/white RCA plugs from the AV cable to a line level audio input on your receiver. If you use AUX IN, then select AUX IN on the INPUT selector switch. You should then hear the sound from the Wii through your receiver/home theater system.
Bose Lifestyle (and all Bose-amplified speaker) products and their speakers are SYSTEMS and should not be split up or intermixed with other brands or models. Damage will probably result. Proprietary connectors provides a clue.
The digital audio out should work with the Bose. You could still use your Denon to drive a conventional sub in your scheme, but you would have to manually match volume with the Bose. Or go Full Monty and buy a full complement of speakers for the Denon, retask the Bose and slave its sources to the Denon.
The audio inputs on the receiver need to be set to receive the Optical signal on the switch you set the ps3 to. ie Game, DVD, AUX. Each switch needs to be set to receive the audio signal coming into it. Usually on the remotes setup feature.