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Do I need a Bose Home Theater system to add outdoor speakers?


During a consultation, our client wanted to know if he needed to start with a Bose Home Theater system in order to add outdoor speakers. The answer is no. In the past, the answer would have been different. A Bose Lifestyle Home Theater system was required to add additional zones using Boselink to connect the various zones. With today’s Bose Wi-Fi streaming Soundtouch platform and SA-5 amplifiers, each zone operates independently and connects with other zones using the Bose Soundtouch app. This allows the client to start with any zone and build out their system as budget allows. For those that are looking for the “Bose Sound” and already have a 3rdparty stereo receiver, Bose speakers can be connected to any 3rdparty receiver. 100 watts per channel is recommended. Please visit our website @ www.wbsouth.com.

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