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  • Writer's pictureCraig Whitaker

Revisiting Playing Connected Soundtouch Sources


A few weeks ago, we discussed how to play connected sources or the TV audio in other music sources. The issue continues to come up so we would like to revisit how to play connected sources such as a CD player or cable box in other zones. There are 2 important things to remember. First the connected source must be playing in the zone where the device is connected. Second, the connected source will not show up as a stand-alone option in the other zones. For example, if you would like to hear the TV from the Great Room in the Kitchen, the TV must be playing in the Great Room. Or if you have a CD player that is connected to the Office amplifier play in the Master Bedroom, the CD must be on and playing in the Office. Once you have the TV playing in the Great Room or the CD player playing in the Office, just add the other zones to the group by tapping the plus sign for any room you want to add to the group. Please visit our website @ www.wbsouth.com.

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