Is it possible to connect additional Bose wireless speakers to the Soundar 700 and not have a delay in the sound from the wireless speakers? I want to have the full TV sound in an open Kitchen, without having to turn up the sound so loud on the soundbar in the Great Room. A sales rep told me that the wireless connection in the secondary speakers could cause up to a one second delay.
Hey, thanks for posting!
So there are a number of ways that you could expand your system to enhance the performance around the room. If you have other Bose Smart Speakers, you can group them to play audio across them all. We also have a technology called SimpleSync which allows you to connect and group our compatible Bluetooth products. Lastly, you can add the dedicated surround speakers to the soundbar for a full surround experience. As you're listening to TV audio, I would actually recommend the latter. Here are the accessories that you can add:
If you wish to use the other two methods, there is an AV Group Sync setting with two sync modes:
I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any further questions.
Thank you for the response. I want the extra speakers to have the same sound output as the soundbar (not just the surround sounds). The Bose representative in the store gave me a demo of the Bose Home Speaker 300 synched with the Soundbar 700 via wifi. There was a delay of at least one second in the sound between the two speakers. Can you please clarify if it's possible to eliminate the delay in sound between the two devices.
It will not be possible to cancel this delay between the devices, this is because there is a processing time of the speakers being connected to one another. This delay is not evident when listening to music, however, once video is included the audio to video delay does become evident.