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With Bose Soundtouch, Can I play connected devices such as CD/DVD player in other zones?


Soundtouch owners often want to play connected devices, such as CD players or the TV sound to other zones. If you have a Bose Lifestyle 600 or 650 system or Bose SA-5 amplifiers, this can easily be done. As an example, you have a CD player connected to the Bose Lifestyle 600 console in the Great Room and want to play the CD out on the Patio. First, turn on and play the CD player in your Great Room. Next using the Bose app, add the Patio to the Great Room. You will now have the CD playing in both zones and will have individual volume controls. Remember, the CD player will not show up as a source for the Patio, the CD player needs to be playing in the Great Room and then added to your other zones. Please visit our website @ www.wbsouth.com.

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