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  • Craig Whitaker

Got A New TV for the Holidays?

Many of our clients have purchased new TV’s for the holidays and are struggling to connect them to their Bose systems. If your existing system has HDMI inputs and an HDMI output, connecting to a new TV will be easy, connect the HDMI output from your Bose console to the ARC HDMI input of your new TV. If you are trying to connect an older Bose system without an HDMI output, connecting a new TV could be a problem. The simple solution is to see if your new TV has an analog audio output. The analog output is the one with the red and white RCA jacks. If your TV has an analog output, connect this output to TV input on your older Bose console. Then connect all of your devices, cable TV box, Blu-Ray player, Apple TV, etc. directly to the TV HDMI inputs. When you are ready to watch, with the Bose remote, select TV and then use your new TV remote to select your video source. If your TV doesn’t have an analog output, it is time to upgrade your system. Feel free to contact us to review your upgrade options. In certain situations, you can use your existing home theater speakers. Please visit our website at www.wbsouth.com

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