Question about Bose Wave Radio
There are several types of Bose Wave Radios - the one pictured (the others likely do, too) have "Line Out" and "Aux In" jacks. Each consists of a Left and Right pair of RCA type jacks. Simply connect the "Line Out" jacks of one of the radios to the "Aux In" jacks of the other. Select the "Aux" source of the radio that has the cable connected to the Aux In jacks. Whatever is playing on the main radio (CD, Tuner, or other input) will be heard on the second radio - if the Aux source is selected.
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Posted on Jul 03, 2010
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