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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    The Future of Wireless Music

    Posted
    David
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    The Bose Soundtouch Wireless Link has been feeding my Bose Companion 3 Series II speakers for a couple of weeks now making them gloriously wireless! I use the 2.1 computer system as bookshelf speakers and they fill our library with fantastic sound quality. Now with the Link, the speakers are Bluetooth and wi-fi connected and are easily controlled with the SoundTouch app on our phones and tablets. If you are considering making your current speakers wireless with this Bose Soundtouch Link, here are some thoughts to consider before you buy. First the positives... - The adaptor is small! As soon as I opened the box I was impressed with the size. The footprint is about that of the average bar of soap, yet it does so much. This thing has Bluetooth, wifi, an optical/analog audio-out jack, an audio-in jack and all kinds of other internal circuitry no-doubt. Yet, it remains small enough to sit inconspicuously just about anywhere. - All needed wires are included. Optical, RCA, 3.5 mm - they are all there. - Set-up is simple. I have read a couple of reviews where people said they had to call Bose for help with configuration. Not my experience. I found that the app itself gave perfect instructions and walked me though every part of the set-up. The entire process would have taken just 5 minutes except that the Link had to download and install a firmware update. - The Soundtouch app is feature rich. Seriously there is so much to do and control if you want to. The whole experience is much more flexible than my previous wireless set-up. If you prefer to keep it simple then you can program the system to play a selection of six presets with a touch of a button. Hopefully we can ad some actual SoundTouch speakers in the future where we can just press one of the six preset buttons on top of the speaker. No app needed! The not so great... - The user interface lacks. The app is nice, but just not as intuitive as a native Apple app would be. It looks and feels more like an Android or Windows app even on my iPhone. My suspicion is that the app is designed by engineers as opposed to actual app designers :). Nothing horrible here, but still room for refinement. - The other downside is that streaming suddenly quits once every several hours. Again not horrible. Closing the App and pushing play again immediately fixes the problem. Just still a little buggy. From what I have read, Bose keeps updating and making the app better. In the end, the Bose SoundTouch Wireless Link may not be for everyone but it really deserves a try. Personally, I hope to eventually make all my existing powered speakers wireless with Bose because for me the SoundTouch ecosystem does feel like the future of wireless music.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Product but Bad Instructions

    Posted
    rick386

    Let me say at the outset that this is a great gadget with one caveat....the instructions both with the device and available online are the most inscrutable and difficult to follow I have ever encountered. On the plus side, Bose has excellent phone support with humans to walk you through it. I have a hard-wired, multi-room sound system. When I examined the instructions, it appeared that the SoundTouch “hockey puck” would connect via your home wifi OR via Bluetooth. The written directions implied that all you had to do was install the Bose app and everything would be easy.....not so. After opening the app, the initial choices were not easy to make. Bose should say that Bluetooth only has a range of 30 feet while your home network extends to whatever parts of your home you already know. After about the third step, the app screen said, “Choose your speaker” and showed 11 of Bose’s Bluetooth enabled speaker systems. I have a hard-wired home system hooked to a receiver and a 12 channel amplifier; I don’t have any of their “speaker choices” they illustrated. Well, I didn’t look close enough as buried in the middle of the pack was the “hockey puck” wireless adapter I purchased. It is NOT a speaker so the directions should not have been “choose your speaker” but rather, “choose your device. After much (1 hour), pressing the reset buttons, the Bluetooth button on top of the “puck” and back and forth with my android phone’s Bluetooth hookup, I finally got the system to play music from my phone (Pandora) via Bluetooth through my hard-wired home system. However the music would “dropout” periodically as I was at the 30 ft limit of Bluetooth (also separated by one floor). I have a strong home wifi and hoped I could hook the “puck” to it. Unfortunately, the instructions were of no help to do so. Fortunately, Bose as mentioned, has excellent product 1-800 phone support. The Bose tech confirmed that phone connection to Bose “puck” via WiFi was indeed possible and proceeded to walk me through it. Wow, what a difference!! I can walk around my house now, even out on the deck where I have outdoor speakers and the music is clear and unbroken. No way does Bluetooth have that range. Bose should do better on their instructions with detailed instructions for EVERY possible hook-up situation: wifi, Bluetooth, wired speaker system, Bluetooth speaker system. I am quite savvy with regard to computers and software but this installation really was confusing. As I said, now that the Bose “puck” is networked to my wifi as well as via Bluetooth, I can choose either one, however wifi is hands down better. However the wifi configuration will not play stuff from youtube from your phone. Wifi config WILL play Pandora and several other music apps as well as music on your phone. It is a GREAT device and by far EXCEEDS my expectations. I only wish Bose had made it easier to install.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Now hear this! Good value for the money

    Posted
    AnandRan

    The Bose Soundtouch Wireless Link is a good product. It has brought new life to my 5.1 surround sound system purchased and installed a decade ago. I have spent some time getting to know the Bose Soundtouch Wireless Link, as overall, it is a good product with potential to scale up and expand. Here are my impressions on the software, the solution, and the setup. SOFTWARE I admit - I am not a fan of the iPhone or iPad. I use a custom build (CyanogenMod) Android phone. The software required to complete the setup of the Bose Soundtouch Wireless Link is available on the Google Play Store. SETUP It is a straightforward download and install. Once the software was setup on my phone, connecting the phone to the Bose Soundtouch Wireless Link was easy. The app said software updates were available to download for the Bose Soundtouch Wireless Link. Connected the Bose Soundtouch Wireless Link to my home wireless network, downloaded the updates, connected the Bose Soundtouch Wireless Link to my receiver with the included optical connector, and turned everything on. Done! THE APP There are a few bad reviews of the app. The current version has not crashed my phone - Bose must have addressed the bugs. It is intuitive enough and easy to use. BLUETOOTH Bluetooth support has to be one of the most important differentiators for the Bose Soundtouch Wireless Link. With the SoundTouch we can stream directly to the Soundtouch Link via Bluetooth. The music can also be rebroadcasted to all other SoundTouch connected speakers. It works flawlessly and the sound quality is more than great for Bluetooth. Initial pairing is also simple. Just press the clearly marked Bluetooth button on the top of the unit and pair your device. GOOGLE MUSIC SUPPORT There is no native support for Google Music. I connected my phone (and my latptop) via Bluetooth to the Bose Soundtouch Wireless Link, and can access my Google Music library on my phone/laptop. While it would be nice to have native support, this does not limit what the Bose Soundtouch Wireless Link does. OTHER MUSIC SERVICES We subscribe to Amazon Prime so we love that their music service is available through the Bose app. Local internet radio stations also popped up on the app and could be listened to with just a touch. AUDIO QUALITY The sound quality is very impressive. I have not used the analog connectors that came with the Bose Soundtouch Wireless Link. The included optical connector works with my stereo receiver. Bose Soundtouch Wireless Link can also be used as a headphone DAC and amplifier. Definitely an upgrade in sound quality over the internal DAC of my laptop and Android phone. It is small and powers headphones very nicely. Just a note for you headphone enthusiasts. CONCLUSION The Bose Soundtouch Wireless Link will let you squeeze a few more years out of a system that may have been state of the art a decade ago.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Chancy with non-Bose equipment.

    Posted
    Disappointed

    I purchased this product to act as a Bluetooth link from my iPhone 7 to an older high-quality stereo system. I returned it today after three days of frustration. From the other reviews I’d guess that most of the advertised features work if you have Bose equipment and choose to use the wireless link option instead of Bluetooth, but for me it was nothing but frustrating. I agree with other reviewers that say the interface is not intuitive. Also frustrating are the minimal instructions. (There is no downloadable manual available, although the package notes tell you where to get one.) When you first start the app it asks how you would like to link – the options are Wifi and ethernet. Bluetooth pairing is not an option. The online instructions say you can use the app to handle Bluetooth pairing, but I found nothing in the app relating to Bluetooth at all, everything assumed a Wifi connection. There was a brief instruction in the packaging saying to trigger Bluetooth pairing by pressing down on the flexible top of the device (you’d think there would be a Bluetooth symbol to mark the spot), but this was not anywhere else in the online instructions or the app and its very easy to miss. Once working, the Link was still unsatisfactory for me. Linking by Wifi was not satisfactory because I had to plug my phone into my laptop with a cord to play my iTunes library. With Bluetooth I could play everything from my phone, but I had to re-pair the devices manually with every connection. The sound quality for songs in my iTunes library was good, but streamed material sounded much worse through my expensive sound system than if I just linked with a cheap Bluetooth speaker. Also, I lost the connection every hour or two - this doesn’t happen with the cheap speaker. Lastly, the volume had to be set on the very lowest blip on the phone or the volume would overmodulate on the system, meaning I had to use my system remote for volume adjustments. That restricts me to remaining within sight of the front of my system. Volume control through the phone was another of the Link’s advertised features which didn’t work for me. Bottom line, for $30 I’d probably keep it, but for $150 there was no way.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      Bose

      Thank you for sharing your review of the SoundTouch Wireless Link adapter! We are happy to confirm that there is a full Owner's Guide available online, here http://bose.life/2DMk7gX. We're sorry to hear about the difficulty you're experiencing, and would like to help you with this. Please contact our Support team directly so that we may better assist https://www.bose.com/en_us/contact_us.html. Have a great day! Josselyn - Bose Support Bose

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great addition to an older stereo system

    Posted
    wilreyca

    I decided to try the Bose SoundTouch Wireless Link in an older Bose Lifestyle system since I already have a Bose Waveradio with SoundTouch that I like very much. As I expected this new SoundTouch Wireless Link allows me to listen stream music on my Bose Lifestyle system without the need to have my iPad directly wired to the system. I used Amazon Music with the system and I am really happy how it sounds my Bose Lifestyle. I like that I can remotely control the wireless link adaptor from my iPhone and iPad. I also like that I can link the other SoundTouch devices and play the same music in other rooms at the same time. The application was recently updated and it has a new design which I think that it's harder to navigate. The Amazon Music part of the application needs work. You cannot do a search for a specific artist. I didn't have the same issue with the Pandora side of the Bose application. The Amazon Music playlist do not show in the Bose application. The device also stops playing music after a while, that becomes an issue when you have to check on the issue multiple times a day. Overall, I like the device but the Bose application needs improvement.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great for integrating to your old stereo system

    Posted
    Merv61
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    The SoundTouch Wireless Link Adapter is a wonder little adapter to add SoundTouch capabilities to your old media systems. I love my SoundTouch SA-5 amp, my two SoundTouch 10 and SoundTouch 20 for the rest of my house but I like the way I have my family room's surround sound systems is set up with my Onkyo Receiver and Bose Ceiling/Wall Speakers. But yet I was missing the SoundTouch system integration in that room. SoundTouch Wireless Link Adapter solves integration problem for me. I hooked up the Link Adapter to my receiver's CD in via the fiber optical port. Now I can have SoundTouch system throughout my house. The sound coming from my system sound just as good if not better than my old CD player ( I actually removed it after installing the Link Adapter ). The installation of the SoundTouch Wireless Link Adapter is just as easy as adding Bose SoundTouch 10 or 20. Now I can control every speaker in my house through the SoundTouch App. This Christmas I will be able to play Christmas all through the house.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    This gadget saved my stereo system

    Posted
    Tony
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    I'm a "baby-boomer" with a significant investment in my "old-school" home stereo system. The heart of my system is a Sony Spontaneous Twin Drive STR-GX9ES amplifier / receiver connected to a pair of Bose direct-reflecting bookshelf speakers and subwoofer. We used to enjoy listening to on-air broadcasts, vinyl records and later, CDs with the room-filling sound of our stereo. But with the advent of internet radio we started listening to streaming music and our iTunes library mainly using our portable devices and our computers connected to small, tinny-sounding speakers. That is why the Bose® - SoundTouch® Wireless Link adapter is such a great find for us. After making just two connections I can now stream music from online services like Pandora or from my network-attached storage with just a few keyboard strokes or a couple of taps on my iPhone or iPad using the Bose Sound Touch App. The Bose® - SoundTouch® Wireless Link adapter has saved my existing equipment and it's great to hear my favorite music through the full, rich sound of my stereo system again.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Expensive for how little it offers

    Posted
    LYFECYCLE

    I bought this for use in my cycling studio because we wanted to invest in the highest quality bluetooth technology and it came with great reviews. After use for three weeks and MUCH trial and error we have encountered numerous issues and honestly I wish I had bought the $20-$40 bluetooth transmitters that work way more effectively than this. The main problems I encountered were that every device used transmitted with a different sound level regardless of app use or not- we used this with Iphone 7, 8, 9, iPad mini, regular Ipad, and two different android phones. On some products the sound was too loud, some just right, and some way too quiet. What a joke! Additionally because of the way the system seems to function all of my Spotify presets don't work including the sound equalizer and the crossfade of songs. We tried many different ways to fix this but inevitably the SoundTouch app overrides all of my Spotify settings and basically ruins my sound experience. On top of all of that it cost 3x most others, the sound quality (on a professional speaker system) is mediocre and honestly is not worth any more than the $20-$40 bluetooth options. Don't waste your money!

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      Bose

      Hello LYFECYCLE! Thank you for sharing your experience. I am sorry to hear that you've had such difficulty using the SoundTouch Wireless Link adapter. It appears that there are several things that we might be able to address to help you get the performance you are seeking from your adapter. I would encourage you to contact our SoundTouch specialists at 1-800-379-2073 for detailed assistance. Additionally, we have a robust Community forum with very helpful members who may have run into some of the same problems and found solutions https://bose.life/2Ap8pIs. Best Regards, Greg - Bose Support Bose

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Connect Old Audio to Wireless & BlueTooth Speakers

    Posted
    Juvy796

    I purchased the Bose SoundTouch Wireless Link to allow connection of my 15 year old, but relatively high quality, audio system consisting of a Harman Kardon Tuner and Bose Acoustimass 5 Series speakers, to an expanded set of wireless Bose SoundTouch (10,20, and 30 series) speakers across the two stories of my home. And to be able to use music application services such as Spotify or to play form my own personal digital library. This small wireless link by Bose was an easy 20 minute set-up using the provided audio cables, and a few minutes to download the BoseConnect Application and set-up for your music and speakers. What an excellent product!! I can now use my turntable for playing old albums, or my tuner with selected local radio stations, or Spotify for my preferred music selection. And this can be broadcast across any of the old or new speakers with the use of the BoseCcnnect iPhone application. I did consider Sonos wireless speakers, they were less expensive, however comparatively they did not appear to offer the same total system capabilities nor did I feel the quality of sound from Sonos was up to that of Bose.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    The Good and the Not So Good

    Posted
    SuperBob

    Some of the feature of this device are excellent. It was extremely easy to connect to my soundbar via RCA jacks - and it was very easy to set up with the app for my iPhone 7. And activating the device and playing music works very smoothly and easily. Other features - surrounding the music services and functionality - are not so great. I primarily use iTunes Match (Apple Music) and Amazon Prime/Music Unlimited. And as of yet there is no support for iTunes (hopefully coming in the future), and the functionality of Amazon Music is limited. I'm limited to a few preset selections, but no Search function. So I can't access purchased music that I have on Amazon nor Amazon Unlimited unless I first create a playlist. Which requires exiting and moving to the Amazon Music app to create the playlist. Which seems tedious and wasteful. (And even this only seems to work 50% of the time. Several times the newly created playlist doesn't show up in the BOSE app. The unit is nice and compact, and easy to set up, but with it's current play modes it's not nearly as useful as my SONOS speaker or the Amazon Dot that I have connected to a speaker in a similar manner. Here's hoping for some improvements in the future.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      Bose support

      Thank you for sharing your feedback. It is greatly appreciated. We wanted to give some pointers to help with your enjoyment.

      We are always adding music services to our SoundTouch app. We also wanted to let you know that, if you primary source of music is through Amazon, you may prefer to use a Bluetooth connection that runs directly off of the Amazon app.

      In addition, iTunes is currently supported in the SoundTouch app. If you are having difficulties making this happen, we'd love to help. You can reach our dedicated line for Soundtouch wireless specialists at 800-905-2156 and we’ll be able to help you with that. Bose

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Bose Quality but Software Falls Short

    Posted
    RobbieFritz

    I was presented the Bose Soundtouch for review and have spent the past several weeks using this in my home office. The sound quality of the Bose unit is very good considering that one is streaming the music via Bluetooth which is more limiting than a direct connection. I used the RCA connector supplied with the product to make the connection to my receiver. Where the product falls short is in the written material and software. When unboxing, one finds that the included paperwork doesn't provide sufficient information to get up and running without needing to go online for a more detailed manual. When I am in the process to set up something that I want to use, I don't want to go online to find the manual. The software, available for smart phones and computers, is not very self explanatory. In the end, I never did utilize it. Even though I have a PC that has built-in Bluetooth, I was unable to stream music from the PC to the Bose and ended up using my smart phone. The lack of support for Apple Music was surprising. With a little work on the setup instructions and software, this would be an exceptional product.

    I would recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      Bose support

      Thank you for writing your review. We are glad that you are happy with the sound quality but would like to see you enjoying all of the benefits that SoundTouch technology has to offer. You can reach our dedicated line for Soundtouch wireless specialists at 800-905-2156 and we’ll be able to help you. Bose

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Did exactly what I wanted

    Posted
    OldAudiophile
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    About 15 years ago, I bought in to the Squeezebox systems. I ripped every CD I owned and new ones as I received them onto a NAS server, then streamed them throughout my house to different audio systems through squeezeboxs. Support for squeezebox was no more after Logitech bought them, when one of my devices finally died, I was looking for an alternative. After much research, I purchased this device. I hooked it up to my wifi, pointed it at the server where all of my music was stored, and within 30 minutes of unboxing it, I had the functionality I wanted. Phone apps on IOS and Android are totally acceptable for what I want to do. Based on this I also bought a Bose Soundtouch 30 for a room that needed some good sound. You get access to all of the other myriad of streaming apps as well. Nice infrastructure that Bose has built.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Exactly what I was looking for!

    Posted
    Outtatheblue

    Have a Soundtouch10, Soundtouch 20, and now this wireless link adapter which is connected to some old Sony speakers. I already loved my ST20; however, I have found that my listening experience has been taken to another level by placing the ST20 and the Sony speakers with the wireless adapter in close proximity and grouping them. I now have the best of two worlds....the additional bass from my old Sonys along with the superb clarity and sharpness of my Bose. By using the Soundtouch App's volume control under the group setting, I am able to customize according to what I am listening to. If I want more clarity for jazz, I go heavier on the ST20 and easier on the Sonys. If I feel like turning it up and rocking it out, I go a little heavier on the Sonys for extra bass but can still hear and enjoy the clarity of the vocals and instrumentals from the ST20. The wireless link adapter is truly a winner. It is low cost solution for updating an old piece of equipment and, for me, enhancing the new.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Confusing

    Posted
    ktal

    I own a Bose color wireless speaker. The set up for this piece was easy. It literally took seconds. However, this was not the case with the wireless link. It took me hours and weeks. To be fair, I was moving states and had a holiday so time was not on my side. But, I honestly had to devote hours to this set up. Which, with family is difficult. So.. 1. Before you buy, consider if you are tech savvy and if the answer is no and you still want to buy then be prepared for a lot of time to be consumed 2. Download the user manual first. It does not come with one in the package...you can find those directions in the papers sent with the link. 3. Download the sound touch app on your smart phone AND your computer. 4. Make sure you have admin rights to download on your computer. Even if you do, it may give you grief so google is your best friend here to help you figure out how to bypass the problem. 5. Follow directions exactly; don't try to "wing it". Wont work. 6. Stay focused. You'll get there. It just takes a bit of time but it works once its all set up. Works really fantastic.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      Bose support

      We appreciate your detailed review. While all of our wireless products are designed to give users an easy setup experience, we want you to know that we are here if you have questions. Our technical experts are well-versed in these things and are friendly to speak with. You can reach us at 1-800-379-2073. We are open from Mon. – Fri., 9 AM – 9 PM EST. Bose

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome Adapter

    Posted
    Tytonix

    After receiving this adapter, I was quickly and easily able to connect a pair of "non-Bluetooth" Active Powered monitors, allowing me to utilize my production quality speakers and remotely play music wirelessly. What a great tool for audio playback from mobile devices, I can have clients connect their phones to showcase songs through the speakers wirelessly, instead of an auxiliary method. The sound quality was very impressive and the sleek design takes up minimal space. The Bluetooth connection distance was impressive as well. I live in a 2 bedroom, so it wasn't tested largely but enough distance to matter. The only improvement I would make, is possibly creating an XL version to connect multiple systems for the multiple sound system owners. Overall, great product for the price point to Utilize speakers wirelessly. I will be recommending this product to my friends that tend to have less portable sound systems lacking wireless capabilities. I will continue to use this and pair different sets of speakers.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Finally a SoundTouch adapter for my Acoustimass 6

    Posted
    jrose1013
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I have been waiting for a SoundTouch adapter for my Acoustimass 6 for a long time! Now I can use the Bose SoundTouch app for both my SoundTouch portable in one room and my Acoustimass 6 in the living room. Set up was a little confusing, since there were not set up options for Wi-Fi in the box. They were only set up options for Bluetooth. But I was able to find the documents on the Bose website to easily set it up to work with my existing SoundTouch system. When using the SoundTouch app, I can choose to play the same music on two different SoundTouch speakers in different rooms, or I can play different music in each room. The SoundTouch app is great, although I wish there were more than 6 presets. i plan to get more SoundTouch adapters for other existing speakers in other rooms of my house. Now Bose can finally compete with Sonos!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Bose Wireless SoundTouch Link Adapter

    Posted
    Racheal

    I have been using the Bose Wireless Adapter for a few weeks now. I hooked it up to an older model Sony surround system & it sounds great! It was very easy to hook up. It came with all wires need to make set up super simple. Had a little bit of trouble getting the adapter & the app to work together, but finally got it to work with no further issues. The app was easy to use. The one thing I DID NOT LIKE was the fact that I couldn't listen to my own music that I had downloaded on my phone. I could only listen to stations like Pandora or other radio stations that are programmed in the app. This is great but sometimes you just want to play a particular song from your iTunes library. I really love that your music will keep playing even if you go to watch a video on social media or YouTube. I would recommend this Bose Adapter to anyone who wants to listen to their music wirelessly from their smartphone using Bluetooth.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Product

    Posted
    Pete

    I have been testing the Bose Soundtouch Wireless Link for twoweeks. It has been at my disposal,with no compensation,for the purpose of sharing my unbiased opinion of the product. At the end of the testing period the unit will be shipped back to Bose. The problem is, I don't want to send it back! I have really enjoyed this product.It enables me to play all of my music libraries wirelessly through my home system with ease. You can use your media files from your computer,phone tablet or bluettoooth by downloading a free app. The app is a snap to download and incorporate with your devices.For my purposes I run everything from my tablet and it works great. The unit is very compact and fits just about anywhere.In addition to your own material,Pandora,Sirius,and Internet Radio are available. In all this is a very good product which is easy to use, and provides great results. I would highly recommend it to anyone.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Easiest way to get whole home audio

    Posted
    nick216
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I purchased this item a little over a month ago and can easily recommend this product to anyone who is looking to have an easy solution to whole home audio. I was given a SoundTouch 20 for Christmas & LOVED IT! So much so I looked into and ended up buying this adapter for my surround sound setup in my family room. I now have music that can be synced up and played together in my Greatroom & Living room. I love having that ability for when people come to my house. You also have the ability to play different music in each area of the house and control both zones with you tablet/smartphone. The sound is great, and is extremely easy to setup and use. This was well worth the money. I will be purchasing this again for my soundbase speaker upstairs to expand my listening zone. I'd also someday like to get my hands on the soundtouch 30!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great adapter

    Posted
    Bluman1914
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I've had the opportunity to use this product for a couple of weeks now and I must say, it is impressive. If you have speakers that do not have wireless capability then this adapter is the way to go. It comes with different connectors to fit almost any speaker situation. It is small enough so that it doesn't take up much space at all and the sound is as expected when using a bose product. One of the reasons I obtained this product is because for some reason I thought I could turn my older ipod video music player into a wireless streaming device. Needless to say it did not work in that way. Wishful thinking I guess, lol. The last experiment I wanted to try was connecting the adapter to my tv that is not a smart tv to see if I can stream through the tv system which theorectically should work. Stay tuned for an update with that one.

    I would recommend this to a friend