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How to connect Bose Accoustimas 10 IV with Bose media center

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does anyone know how to connect Bose Acoustimass 10 IV speakers (bought separately) with Bose Media center LifeStyle 28 IV? I plan to buy the Media center (separately) and I would like to use it with Bose Acoustimass speakers, which I do have. I contacted Bose and they told me, that it is not possible to connect it together. Is that true? Is there any possibility how to connect together - i.e. new or different cables?  
Thank you, Miroslav

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    George Scott Jul 10, 2017

    1st there's not a bose lifestyle AV-28 iv-only goes to iii-what you have are bose acoustimass double cube speakers bare wire connectors 2nd generation not a problem

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