• Craig Whitaker

Can I add a 2nd bass speaker to my Bose system?


Everyone’s preferred sound is different, some like a natural sound; others want the bass to shake the house. After our installers run Adapt IQ, which adjusts the Bose Lifestyle system, based your room’s acoustic characteristics, clients often ask our installers how to increase the bass. This can be done in 2 ways. First for minor adjustments, you can increase the bass output though your remote control. First select the More button, AV settings, and then bass. From here, you can adjust the bass output. For those that want their movies to shake the house, consider adding a 2ndBose bass module. This is an option for the new Bose Lifestyle 600, Lifestyle 650 system, and the Bose BIV Home theater systems. The only compatible bass speaker is the Bose AM-700 bass module. No other bass speaker, Bose or non-Bose is compatible with the new Lifestyle systems. The cost for a new Bose AM-700 bass module is $699.95. Please visit our website @ www.wbsouth.com.

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