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Oct 4, 2020

Bose 901 series II and VI in the same system

Hi all,

 

I have recently purchased a pair of 901 series VI to go with my current hi fi system which uses a set of Series II. Is it possible to connect these 4 speakers to the same system as they both require their own equaliser? My amp allows for A+B speakers so connecting the 4 speakers isn’t an issue but how would I connect the 2 equalisers? Any advice appreciated. 
Thanks 

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Re: Bose 901 series II and VI in the same system

Hey RichieWex, 

 

Let's see what we can do. 

 

901 II is compatible with receivers rated 10-270 W per channel, 8 ohms, and the 901 VI v1 with receivers rated 10-450 W per channel, 8 ohms As mentioned in the manual here on page 10: If you are using a surround sound receiver that has a section on the back marked PRE AMP OUT/MAIN AMP IN. The jacks may be labeled ADAPTER or SIGNAL PROCESSOR. Note: If your receiver does not have this PRE AMP OUT/MAIN AMP IN section, the 901 speakers will not be usable in your home theater system.

 

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