Oct 19, 2016
Dec 18, 2016
I wanted to comment on your post regarding, connecting a turntable to the rca jacks on a tv, that would not really work due to the preamp section built into the tv, but also the turntable requires a ground on the tv chassis to connect to, or you will introduce a ground loop hum. I am currently working on a few things, but your best bet would be either using an aftermarket digital to analog converter and then connecting a preamp using a digital connection, connecting a preamp to a standalone bluetooth transmitter. Hope this helps with a little understanding for the turntable.
Jul 30, 2017
Do you have any update on the timing for this feature (rebroadcast via Aux In) and when this is released will it be possible to update my existing SoundTouch Wireless Link (brand new) and Soundbar 300 (brand new)?
Dec 5, 2016
There hasn't been an update in regards to timing.
We are actively working to bring AUX rebroadcast for SoundTouch in the systems that will support it for the future, but we do not currently have a timeline for this expansion. The specific systems in which this feature would apply to, have not been announced. I can tell you that this feature will not be compatible with current home theater and Wave systems due to a hardware compatibility issue.
Sep 30, 2017
Just wanted to let you know that I asked this question at a local Bose store yesterday (29th September 2017), they did not know the answer but did a little experiment and were able to transmit music from a cd player to a wireless speaker using the Aux in port on the link, I asked if this would work by connecting the aux out port of my amp to the aux in port of the link with a double male cable and Aux jack and they said that in theory it should because if it works with a CD player then why not a turntable via an amp. It may be worth visiting your local store and asking them.
Thank you for sharing your experience! Also, for anyone else who is interested in the wired rebroadcast feature, we have an article HERE with a few more details.