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You should be able to stream this to your SoundTouch 10 via Bluetooth. Here are steps on how to pair your device with the SoundTouch10.
Note: If the source is changed on the Bose system, the Bluetooth connection is dropped. When the system's Bluetooth input is re-selected, it will attempt to connect to the last paired device
Indeed, very frustrating that Apple Music is not included in the SoundTouch subscription service. Selling off your Bose gear is one solution but check the math. The money you lose through depreciation can be offset by simply connecting via bluetooth or adding an Apple Airport Express. I did the latter and thoroughly enjoy my setup.
Have you checked out the Apple site/stores lately. There are no SoundTouch systems aviailable, only bluetooth. That indicates to me that Apple Music will not be available as a subscription service on the Sound Touch platform anytime soon. In the meantime there are other solutions to get Apple Music on to your SoundTouch speakers.
>My Apple Music is all stored on my iPad and iPhone...not a computer. How do I play the my Apple Music through my Soundrouch 10? I do not have a computer.
Connect via Blue Tooth or add an Apple Airport Express - enjoy!
Dec 31, 2016
Not beating a dead horse, raising a legit complaint...
Unless I'm missing something, responses are claiming bluetooth is the solution, but it is definitely not an option if you want to enjoy the Soundtouch technology the way it is supposed to be experienced. I have Soundtouch 130 sound bar, (2) Soundtouch 10's and a Wireless link hooked up to my existing receiver. I can stream Pandora seamlessly throughout my house, on all speakers, it's awesome. If I want to stream one of my many playlists I've spent time curating over the years from Apple Muisc, I have to choose ONE of my speakers if I go through bluetooth? To me, that's not a solution. Find a way to make it work...
So please stop saying bluetooth is an option (again, unless I'm missing something) because you cannot stream to multiple devices via bluetooth, and that is the point of the SoundTouch technology. I've already added a Music Library on Computer, but that only sync's about 50% of my songs per playlist for some reason. If you can somehow update the SoundTouch software to recognize ALL of the music coming from Apple Music, you'll have a solution.
>Unless I'm missing something, responses are claiming bluetooth is the solution, but it is definitely not an option if you want to enjoy the Soundtouch technology the way it is supposed to be experienced.
The question I was responding to was specific to streaming Apple Music from an iPhone or iPad to one Sound Touch speaker. The solutions that I recommended (Bluetooth and Airport Express) work just fine.
Clearly at this time Bose does not support Apple Music and Play Everywhere. As you pointed out however, Bose does support Play Everywhere and Pandora, as well as a few other services quite nicely.
Jan 7, 2017
I've bought Bose Soundtouch 10 today and was shocked that there is no apple music support, youtube, etc. I'll return this gadget tomorrow and will never buy something without AirPlay..