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Using the variable out connections on the Bose, connect your L&R channels to the desired input, I recommend the auxillary, on your Yamaha and select that input. Turn the volume all the way down on your Yamaha. Turn the volume on your Bose all the way up; then readjust the volume as desired on your Yamaha.
Optional connection; the headphone jack. Connect a 3.5mm mini to stereo plug cable from the Bose to Yamaha in the manner described as above and use the volume control approximately the same way.
<p>Yamaha speaker bar is a long, thin speaker system that is
typically connected to a television because she can sit on the set. However,
many people store their music libraries on iPods, and if you want one of those
people you can connect your iPod directly to the Yamaha speaker bar. This is a
fairly simple task that can be achieved in just a few moments. <br />
<p>1. Place the iPod in the iPod speaker dock from Yamaha as a
bar, or connect your iPod through your door in the background that comes out
the opposite. Depending on the model, the speaker dock or a bar directly above
the control panel or a cable that runs from the back of the unit. <br />
<p>2. Power bar speaker Yamaha, do the same with your iPod. <br />
<p>3. Choose your music to play through the iPod screen. Press
"Play" and you should listen to music through the speaker bar. <br />
You have a short in your speaker cables (not connected to speakers or small fiber of wire connecting across the speaker terminals)
your output transistors have gone bad and need to be replaced. This usually costs the same as a new receiver.
You can connect the Yamaha YST MS50 speakers to any audio source that relies on a 3.5mm jack. The YST MS50 should have two audio inputs, so you can use one of them to connect the speakers to your computer. If you don't have a 3.5mm male to male cable, then you can buy that at any electronics store or online.