Question about Bose Wave Radio
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You may have to go into the bose setup and select optical in for that particular input. Check your user manuel it should say in it.
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
The entire 5.1 amplification system, in the Bose Lifestyle 35, is actually part of the Bose Acoustimass (subwoofer) module. The RJ-45 (network type) connector passes a low-voltage signal from the console to the Acoustimass module. If you were to hack the connection, and plug the speaker outputs of a 5.1 receiver to the RJ-45 socket on the Acoustimass module, you would blow the amplifier.
If you are really itching to replace the Bose Lifestyle 35 console with a regular 5.1 receiver, I strongly suggest you sell your Bose system, and purchase a Bose speaker system, such as the Acoustimass 10 Home Theater Speaker System, which is made for use with a standard 5.1 surround sound receiver.
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
SOURCE: Hi. I got a Bose Acoustimass
Do you have any plan to use the Bose Acoustimass 20 sub/amp in it original form?
Please double check the pins count.
Popular Bose unit has 8,9 or 13 pins.
A Bose third party vendor does sell a direct cable from the Bose Acoustimass 20 to two RCA and 1/8" stereo jack.
You can open the link HERE
Full site HERE
I'm sure you can find other cable vendor at a lower price.
I do not recommend you to open the Bose Acoustimass 20 and get the two set of wires out of the box.
It may cause damage to the casing.
On the DIN plug.
With notch / dimple facing the ground.
From let to right
1 = RED negative
2 = White negative
3 = RED positive
4 = White positive
5 center = un-use.
Please use an ohm meter to verify the resistance between1 to 4 and 2 to 4 before you start hooking up to the amp.
Please keep my posted on the project via email.
Posted on Jan 21, 2011
SOURCE: I have a bose radio
You need a STEREO to RCA cable for connecting you I pod to the audio input of you boss. you Can connect the stereo jack in the one end of the cable to the I pod and the RCA end to the boss's audio input L/R.
i have added the picture of the cable for you reference.
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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