Oct 3, 2017
Nov 12, 2015
Correct, the Bass Module 700 will work with the SoundTouch 300 without any issue.
Brandon - Community Support
Sound Touch app notwithstanding, Bose does a pretty good job mixing and matching their product lines, especially the products that work. Case in point the Acoustimass modules. The original AM 300 was a daring departure from the older style sound modules. Now it has been included with the new line of Bose speakers along with the AM 500 which was originally seen included in the SoundTouch 300 bundles sold at box stores. Sound like backwards compatibility is aviaible with these bass modules as well,
My sound bar is a Cinemate 130 with a SoundTouch adaptor added on. This series was originally introduced as an SR, I beleive and concluded as a SoundTouch 130. There are other examples where Bose uses it components in ways to extend their product lines.
The latest Acoustimass 500 and 700 modules are good looking and sounding components and match their counterpart soundbars quite nicely.
Dec 5, 2016
Thanks for getting back to me.
You would want to set up the repair over the phone with technical support. They will then email you a shipping label that is prepaid to send your item in for repair.
Dec 16, 2016
Sep 4, 2018
Jun 7, 2017
According to Bose you can use either Sub with the Soundbar 500/700 ,but not every Sub with the ST300.
BUT - According to /r/Bose on reddit you can use the Sub 500/700 with the ST300 as well.
Thanks for the question. The BM500 and BM700 will work with the SoundTouch 300 without issue. As well, the AM300 will work with the Soundbar 500 and 700.
Let us know if you have any other questions!
Oct 22, 2018
Sep 7, 2018
Sorry if asking the same question as I got confused.
I have a Soundtouch 300 paired with a Acousticmass 300 and Invisible 300. If I updagrade to the Soundbar 700... will I be able to make it work with my existing Acousticmass 300 and Invisible 300?
Also, in terms of sound quality... any diffeence between Soundtouch 300 and the Soundbar 700?