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Blu-ray + bose 3-2-1 system connection?

How do I run a blu-ray player through the Bose 3-2-1 sound system? The Bose is the only speaker system we have. Short of getting a whole new sound system, I need to know what goes where with what wires/HDMI cords.

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Connect an HDMI cord from the bluray player to a free input on your HDTV. Then connect the standard WHITE/RED stereo cable from the bluray player into the AUX input in the back of your 3-2-1 system and voila!

You may need to check the configuration of your bluray player to make sure that is outputting stereo audio, for this please refer to the player's user manual. Other than that, you should be alright.

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