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Upgrading Your Bose Lifestyle system follow-up

Updated: Aug 15, 2020


Last week’s article, “What you need to know about upgrading your Bose Lifestyle system”triggered quite a response and follow up questions. The most prevalent question centered on the fact their system was relatively new and is there any parts of the old Lifestyle system that can be used? The answer is a qualified yes. Depending on the age of the system, the existing Bose cube speakers can be used for the upgrade. With this option, you need to only add the new Bose 600 console and new AM-700 powered bass module. This option will reduce the overall cost of the upgrade by $400 while still providing the benefits of the new technologies such as 4K video pass thru, Bose Soundtouch streaming music, increased bass output, and universal remote control. The downside of this option is you will not receive the new speakers that come with a full upgrade. Please note this upgrade option is only available through a Bose certified dealer. Please visit our website @ www.wbsouth.com/upgrade

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