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Kirti
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Can I connect a cd player with RCA output to Soundtouch 30 AUX input without intermediate amplifier

I want to buy a new cd player (Yamaha) which has RCA (phono) plugs for output. Can I directly plug this into the 3.5mm jack AUX input on the back of a Soundtouch 30 wireless speaker and use the Soundtouch as a speaker for my system? There is no intermediate amplifier - only the cd player output phonos.

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Hector_B
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Re: Can I connect a cd player with RCA output to Soundtouch 30 AUX input without intermediate amp...

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Hello Kirti, 

 

Thanks for posting and welcome to the Bose Community. I'd love to assist further with this. 

 

This isn't something that I have personally tested, however as this is a 3.5mm connection you should be able to do this. 

 

If anyone else in the Community is able to verify if this exact set-up does or doesn't work this would be very helpful! 

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Hector_B
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Re: Can I connect a cd player with RCA output to Soundtouch 30 AUX input without intermediate amp...

Author Accepted Answer selected by Kirti

Hello Kirti, 

 

Thanks for posting and welcome to the Bose Community. I'd love to assist further with this. 

 

This isn't something that I have personally tested, however as this is a 3.5mm connection you should be able to do this. 

 

If anyone else in the Community is able to verify if this exact set-up does or doesn't work this would be very helpful! 

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