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Bose® - SoundTouch® Wireless Link adapter - Black-Front_Standard
Bose® - SoundTouch® Wireless Link adapter - Black
Model:SOUNDTOUCH WIRELESS LINK ADAPTSKU:5577705
$149.99
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    My husband is asking for a universal Bluetooth wireless adapter for home stero (he wants to be able to connect to his speakers) is this the correct product?   (5 Answers)

    By Glo December 13, 2016.

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      YES-this Bose Bluetooth OR WIFI adapter will work just fine with any stereo system no matter how old it might be just as long as it has and aux input jack.

      By RockinOutRon December 13, 2016.

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    Does this adapter require me to play music only from the App provided? Can I play music directly from my PC or Phone (using any App directly) to the speakers?)   (5 Answers)

    By Anonymous December 17, 2016.

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      Yes via Bluetooth. The adaptor will then rebroadcast the stream to all SoundTouch connected speakers. Highly recommended.

      By David December 23, 2016.

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      Will the Soundtouch 300 Soundbar stream to a Soundtouch Wireless Link? In other words will whatever's playing on the 300 Soundbar also play on the Wireless Link?   (2 Answers)

      By MLK August 9, 2017.

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        Hello MLK, thanks for the great question! The Bose SoundTouch Wireless Link adapter will play the same streaming source (internet radio, Spotify, iTunes library, etc...) on the device it is connected to. It allows our customers that have an existing stereo or powered speaker to add SoundTouch capabilities for whole house audio. You'll be able to control your SoundTouch 300 and the adapter right from our SoundTouch app. Have a great day!

        By Bose support August 10, 2017.

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      Can I control the volume of my wired speakers through the Bose app or do I need to control through the existing receiver?   (2 Answers)

      By JoJo June 21, 2017.

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        Yes you can control the sound from your phone. I set my receiver manually at a high volume inside the house, then control the sound level from my phone. The phone will control it from very quiet to quite loud. You'll love it.

        By Rick June 22, 2017.

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      I have a CineMate 2.1 home theater system (2 speakers and subwoofer) and a Soundtouch 300, can I use the Soundtouch adapter to run them together   (5 Answers)

      By SB February 2, 2017.

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        Short answer is yes! I own an Onkyo NR-TX 636 Receiver which I have the SoundTouch Wireless Link Adapter connected to through the RCA cable. Plus I own SoundTouch 120, two 10's and 20 as well as the link adapter. They all work great together throughout my home. You can hook up your CineMate 2.1 through the RCA cable on the back of your headunit. All the cables are include in the box of the adapter including the RCA cable adapter. Below is from Bose Website concerning the SoundTouch Wireless Link Adapter working with older Bose systems. "The adapter has three common outputs (optical, AUX and RCA), so anything that supports one of them can become a SoundTouch wireless music system. Most stereo systems, home theater systems and docking speakers are compatible—so chances are, what you have in your living room will work after a quick plug-in and setup. Already own a Bose system? Many of them are compatible, too, including most Lifestyle, CineMate, Wave, SoundDock and SoundLink products." I hope this helps. PS I own two SoundTouch Wireless Link Adapters, one is in my son's room.

        By merv775 February 3, 2017.

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      Would it be possible to connect Apple TV 4th generation via the Bluetooth to the device and have a sound output from Apple TV to the external speakers?   (4 Answers)

      By Geir December 8, 2016.

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        The 4th Generation is capable of sending Bluetooth audio to our adapter.

        By Bose support December 8, 2016.

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      Is this device compatible with Bose Lifestyle 28?   (1 Answer)

      By Den December 7, 2016.

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        This adapter is compatible with all previous generations of our Lifestyle systems.

        By Bose support December 8, 2016.

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      website says it's compatible with most SoundLink products and sales associate said this product would pair with Soundlink Revolve+, but the app doesn't detect the Soundlink. is there a way to connect and synch the Revolve+ without physically connecting?   (1 Answer)

      By Anonymous July 17, 2017.

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        Hello, our SoundTouch Wireless Link Adapter is engineered to add Wi-Fi and Bluetooth functionality to an existing speaker or amplifier and is not compatible with our SoundLink Bluetooth products. Our Bose Connect app will allow for two Revolve speakers to be connected in stereo or party modes. Thank you for the inquiry!

        By Bose support July 18, 2017.

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      My receiver doesn't have an AUX input can I use CD or phone input   (1 Answer)

      By Ruidtm July 17, 2017.

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        Most likely yes. You can connect via rca, 1/8 Jack or my favorite optical input. I'm guessing that you meant to type 'Phono' which is the input for a record player. Phone input sounds like a Bluetooth connection and the SoundLink can't send out music via Bluetooth.

        By LarryB July 17, 2017.

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      Does this unit auto connect to a paired phone as soon as you turn bluetooth on?   (2 Answers)

      By AndrewH July 17, 2017.

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        does my iphone problem is when you want it to connect to something else like a amazon echo it wants to connect to the iphone think its a little fickle sometimes just connects to last device used

        By jswoodruff July 17, 2017.

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