Nov 2, 2017
Nov 8, 2017
Nov 23, 2017
this is totally unacceptable ive just purchased my second sound touch 10 from currys as i had seen the stereo feature and thought it would have worked perfect. well to my amazment ive pluged the second sound touch 10 in paired it as a stereo and wow what a major disapoinment theres around a 4 second lag when connected by aux and bluetooth and makes watchin youtube ,movies or listing to music impossible i will be taking these back tommorow as these are usless i will stay well away from bose in future. stick to sonos they actually listen to the feedback from there users.
you would have thought if it was a limitation of hardware they would have made something to fix this and issued free of charge to the customers who have been dissapionted,ripped off.
Oct 25, 2017
Nov 26, 2017
I just bought the SoundTouch 10 pair and want to use it for video sound on my PC. Much to my dismay, there is this big lag of several seconds between the video and the sound in bluetooth paired mode. I will be taking these back to the store this week. What a disapointment.
Dec 24, 2016
May 16, 2016
Many apologies that you're experiencing this. As Brandon mentioned earlier in the thread, this is unlikely to change. If it does, we'll update the community.
Nov 27, 2017
I did the following. Separate the speakers. Connect a stereo to 2 mono cable (stereo is split to a mono left and right channel). The stereo connector connects to TV/PC/MAC. The 2 mono connectors are connected to the speakers AUX ports. Red for right, and white for left. Volume controls are separate, but once balanced, I use the TV's volume control to control both simultaneously. Hear the TV in stereo, And be sure to use the AUX port setting on your software for both speakers and remember that they need to be separated, not stereo pair. Perfect. To test on a PC, Win7, then use Sound and do a TEST. Works well. If you need to use a speaker outside for a party, take one speaker with you. If you need to use speakers in stereo for a party, disconnect from TV, take outside and join the speakers and listen to your music or station. When you take them back inside for the TV, separate speakers, and join as described above.
Not sure if you can do this with separate bluetooth channels. I will try this and let you know if any success.
Feb 7, 2018
Dec 5, 2016
Thanks for the question. I don't know if there is a resolution for this in the near future. If there is, we will make sure to update the community with a stickied thread,
If you have any more questions, please let us know.
Brandon - Bose Support