No. You would need some kind of audio out connections on the back of the media center. The only audio outs it has are the Acoustimass® Module – SPDIF connector.
Unless you were to hook up an amp before the Bose media center. In other words, you could run your TV to another amp's line in. You would hook up additional speakers to this other amp, then run audio line outs to the line in of your Bose media center. Some stereo amps have a line out or record/tape out, it is from here that you would run the cables to your Bose media center line ins. The disadvantage to doing it this way is you would have to plug all your media devices (dvd, tv, etc) into this amp first and your Bose remote wouldn't let you switch between devices. If your media devices you have offer digital audio, then you would want an amp that also offers a digital out for the best sound. Otherwise you will end up with analog out from this amp to the Bose media center and thus lose any of the digital signal information like surround information. So there isn't much point in doing this. If your gonna get an amp that has all the digital in's and out's, you might as well just use it with new speakers and forget the Bose system you have.
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The answer is not only yes, but hell yes. My question is why wouldn't you have done this yet? There is an AUX input on the back of the 3-2-1. Plug the Red/White cables into there and select AUX from the remote or front panel of the 3-2-1 and you're listening to albums! Enjoy.
The connections on the control module all depends on what outputs are available on the receiver or whatever audio component you have.
Probably the most straight forward hook up is to connect the receiver's speaker (R &L) outputs to the speaker Inputs of the module, however you may have potential outputs on your receiver that could used. What I suggest is for you to provide the information on the receiver with make and exact model number so the receiver outputs can be matched to the model. http://ec1.images-amazon.com/media/i3d/01/A/man-migrate/MANUAL000030686.pdf
The link is for a system module manual, and it describes all the possible hook ups based on the outputs of the receiver. If you can provide the additional information on the receiver, I will try to asssit you further.
Hello, its always better to go the shortest route this would be ps3 right to the bose there are too many menu variables ,circuits, that would be involved if you involve the tv output as well. that theory applies to video as well always go directly from source to load without any additional switches (circuits) when possible.
Speaker output from the amplifier is a higher voltage than a preout. The speaker level signal has to be reduced to a line level signal in order to connect to another amplifier. I used a car stereo "speaker to line level adapter" and then connected a second amp to run my front channel speakers. Works just fine.
If it's an original 321 system (series 1) then it has an audio output on the back. (via RCA jacks)
You would still need an amp or receiver to connect the speakers to.. (unless they're powered speakers)
If it's a 321 series II or 321 series III- it does not have an audio output.
If the system has a DVD tray right in the middle of the media center, then it's a series 1.
Otherwise, you'd have to get a 1/8 splitter to come from your Mac's headphone output. (still- you will need an amp/receiver or powered speakers to have both 'rooms' playing the same thing from your computer)
1st thing I would try is to connect a different speaker to right output...if it works, that eliminates speaker problem. Then swap red and white audio input cables and hook them up backwards- connect red cable to white on both ends, and white to red...cable could be bad internally. Also try hooking another source to inputs, could be blown channel.
I had my older bose 321 hooked up through vcr and sounded great. Then hooked it up through directv receiver and sounded better. then switched from direct to comcast and hooked the bose up throught the comcast hd receiver and the volume is aweful. same deal, have to crank it up high. Since the stereo built into the tv sounds so much better I disconnected the bose and am going to sell it.