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Expanding the BOSE 3.2.1 System to other rooms

Hi, I bought a BOSE 3.2.1 System and want to hook it up to and external amplifier that'll drive a pair of bathroom speakers. Is there a way I can do this without the use of any of the BOSE Peripherals or accessories.

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I don't see any standard RCA Line Level audio outputs on it, do you?

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