Question about Bose Wave Music System CD Shelf System
There is only one aux socket on back of system and to connect turntable i need 2 sockets to connect to. Any way around this ?
Hiya, sad to say it wont work even with the correct plugs. If you really need/want to get it going, you will need a RIIA pre amp to use to convert the turntable levels to an acceptable level for the bose. Once you have that, then get the correct matching plugs for the bose (sames guys that supply the preamp should be able to help). Suggest a google search in your area "RIIA PREAMP" and see who supplys.
Best of luck
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
Gareth urie must have an ancient turntable. most of the turntables made in the last ten years already have a built-in preamp. all you need to hook it up to a bose wave music system is an adapter that allows you to convert the two phono cables into into a single stereo (1.8") jack.... you can easily find those at any electronics store for cheap.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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