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What do I need to take when moving my Bose system?


Last week we discussed the advantages and disadvantages of moving your Bose system to your new home. For those that decide to move your system to your new home, here are a couple of important points. For a home theater system, be sure you have the Bose console/receiver, bass module/woofer, and the 5 speakers. For the wall-mounted speakers, be sure to remove the speaker wall brackets. Note once you remove the brackets, there will be 4 small screw holes and a wire hole that will require minor wall repair. Regarding the home theater wiring, a simple rule is, if the cables are exposed, take it with you. This includes the interconnecting cables between the console and TV. If the cables are run inside the wall, leave them. For those that have music zones connected to the home theater system, remove the music speakers. For surface mounted music speakers, be sure to take the brackets. Note for in wall speakers, major wall repair will be required. Don’t forget the music amplifiers. This should be one amplifier for each music zone. Normally, the music amplifiers are centrally located either in the basement or attic. Please visit our website @ www.wbsouth.com.

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