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hjfreeland
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Advice regarding a replacement Bose system

I have an old Bose WAVE-II system with CD changer.  I also have a large collection of cassette tapes and vinyl LPs, also I use an iPod docking station. I play them all. I have recently moved to a condo building and want a system that allows me to play things from one unit and pick up music elsewhere, such as in my music area or the kitchen. In many ways the WAVE-IV sound touch system looks like what I need, with changer. But it does not appear to have the means to connect my iPod and the WAVE-IV system does not appear to have any "audio out" that would allow me to record radio broadcasts on my tape machine.  Is this correct?

 

Alternatively is there any Bose system that will do all I want?

 

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Xyz987
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Re: Advice regarding a replacement Bose system

If Bose doesn't have what you want, check Sonos.