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How to cable connect 15 old Wave Radio to 10 year old Sound Touch home theater system

I am moving my Older Soundtouch home theater system to the garage, and there wanted to connect it to my 15 year old Wave Radio that shows a "BoseLink" connector on backside. Can someone suggest how I utilize the Wave Radio "BoseLink" connector to connect with the back side of the top boselink box of  the theater system? That box has micro usb and regular usb ""set-up" connections,

and the Central theater box has series of HDMI connection capabilities as well optical and coax slots that might be used.  Just don't know...

Thanks, Mike

 

 

 

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kuznetsovart
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Re: How to cable connect 15 old Wave Radio to 10 year old Sound Touch home theater system

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Hello ambiguous, the SoundTouch 10 speaker offers Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity. It also has an AUX input that will accept My Balance Now a standard 1/8"(3.5mm) audio connector. If your iPod Classic is not Bluetooth enabled, you may connect by using a cable from the headphone jack to the AUX input to enjoy your music.

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Re: How to cable connect 15 old Wave Radio to 10 year old Sound Touch home theater system

Bose Best Answer selected by Moderator Jessie_O

Hello ambiguous, the SoundTouch 10 speaker offers Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity. It also has an AUX input that will accept My Balance Now a standard 1/8"(3.5mm) audio connector. If your iPod Classic is not Bluetooth enabled, you may connect by using a cable from the headphone jack to the AUX input to enjoy your music.

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