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How Can I connect my new TV to my Bose system? Part #2


Last week we reviewed how to connect your new smart TV to your newer Bose system. This week, we would like to review connecting your new smart TV to an older CD/DVD based Bose Home Theater system. With these older systems, your video components connected to the various inputs of your TV and the audio are connected directly to the Bose system. The simplest method to connect your new TV to the Bose system is to connect your various components directly to the HDMI inputs of your TV. Then, connect an analog audio cable, red and white RCA cable, from the audio output on the back of the TV to the TV input on your Bose console/receiver. Then use the Bose remote to select the TV input and then use the TV remote to select your video source. With this set-up, whatever is playing on the TV, the audio will play through your Bose system. If your new TV does not have an analog audio output, you will not be able to play the audio of your new smart TV apps such as Netflix, Hulu, U-Tube, etc., through your Bose system. We invite you to visit our website @ www.wbsouth.com.

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