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Can you connect this system to the aux input of a bose E21723 system?

I have this receiver and wanted to know if I could connect it to the aux. input of a bose E21723 system. In essence using the bose as the speakers for this receiver?

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Yes, for stereo only draw a stereo line pair out of the Aiwa's Tape REC Out; or from Video2/LD/TV Out - and don't select that function as a source.

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Any iPod, smartphone or MP3 player at its most basic level is just an ordinary analog audio source.

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I connected a non-powered subwoofer, but it is not responding. I have got bose speaker system accoustimas 10. romy13111958@gmail.com


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.
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