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Can I use my new Lifestyle system with multiple TV’s?


During an IHC this past weekend, I visited with a client who was creating a Game Room with multiple TV’s and wanted to know if a new Bose Lifestyle system can be connected to all of his TV’s. This was a tricky question and was actually 2 completely different questions. Did he want to connect the output of the Bose system to all of the TV’s or did he want a different output from each TV playing through the Bose system. The answer to the 1st question is yes. You can use an HDMI splitter with the Bose system output and then connect to multiple TV’s. The result would be the same video source playing on all TV’s. The answer to the 2nd question is more complex. If you have video sources directly connected to your TV and your TV has the appropriate audio outputs, additional audio outputs could be connected to your Bose system. The result would be you could select different audio to play through the Bose system by selecting different sources with the Bose remote control.

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