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  • Craig Whitaker

Can I Still Play CD's with my new Bose system upgrade?

With many clients upgrading their older Bose systems, we are often asked what can I do with my CD’s? For many, the transition to streaming music such as Pandora and Spotify is their reason for upgrading. For others, they still want the ability to play their CD collection. With the new Bose consoles, there are two options to play CD’s. The easiest and simplest option is to add a 3rd party CD player to your system. You can connect the CD Player to the new Bose console using the CD player’s analog or digital output. Be aware that the Bose remote will not start or control the CD player. To play the CD’s you would start the CD player and select the appropriate source with the Bose remote. The Bose remote will control the volume for the CD player. The other option to play your CD’s is to store your CD collection onto your computer or digital storage device. You can then access all your stored CD’s with the Bose Soundtouch app. Please visit our website @ www.wbsouth.com.

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