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Where Did the Bose CD/DVD Player Go?


As many of our clients have decided to upgrade their older Bose Lifestyle system, they often are surprised to discover there are no built in CD/DVD players in the new Bose Lifestyle 600 and Lifestyle 650 systems. The reason the devices are no longer built in is that video formats change much faster than audio. Remember the standard DVD or the videocassette? Rather than make your Bose system incompatible with any new forthcoming video formats or devices, the new Bose Lifestyle 600 and 650 systems with their multiple HDMI inputs, are designed to accept any new video devices. The same goes for the elimination of standard radio tuners. As music quickly moves from over the air radio to steaming music services, the new Bose console allows you to stream many music services using the Bose Soundtouch app. For those that still want to play a CD or an album, you can still connect a CD or turntable to the auxiliary input of your Bose Soundtouch devices and play it through any other Bose Soundtouch device in your Soundtouch network. For all of your audio and video needs, please visit our website @ www.wbsouth.com.

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