Thank you, Joel, for telling me of the delicate nature of the optical-cable seating. While I may go ahead and purchase the SoundTouch Link Adapter for the Solo, I don't believe I'll try to use it as I outlined earlier (disconnecting it from the TV, moving it to the reception venue, etc.). Having left a subsequent 'Chat' session with a bit of confusion, I need to ask the following: With the 'Adapter' connected to the 'Solo', and using the 'SoundTouch App', I expect I would be able to hear my iTunes classical playlist (originating from my Apple iPad Mini) through the 'Solo'--but further, would I be able to link this expanded 'system' to my recently acquired RCA bluetooth-enabled Clock-Radio (RC345)? Now, I expect that I will be considering purchase of one of your SoundTouch Speaker Systems, e.g., the '20' or the '30', in order to hear my iTunes classical playlist at the reception venue (again, using my iPad Mini as the source)--have I got that right? Further, at home, would I be able to link all of these bluetooth enabled speakers (using the SoundTouch App)--the 'Solo', the RCA device, and the '30', say-- so they sound my playlist simultaneously from the iPad Mini? While I connect my desktop and tablet to the internet via wi-fi, I do so thanks to a shared router in my apartment building, but I do not plan to expand this use of the router to a personal apartment system: Can I expect the iPad+SoundTouch App--Solo--RCA--'30' to operate apart from this shared wi-fi system, privately in my quarters?
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I have a 2012 Solo TV Sound System device. Is it compatible with the Sound Touch Wireless Link Adapter? Having discovered the flexibility of 'bluetooth' pairing of devices, I would like to use the speakers in the 'Solo' to play a classical playlist from my Apple iPad Mini at a small reception. I believe the usual output of the 'Solo' will be sufficient to the task (it's only a moderately-sized reception room) if the 'Adapter' can be used to link it to the iPad. After pricing other bluetooth enabled speakers, the 'Adapter' would be an economical option, to say nothing of sparing me the ecologically wasteful replacement of a perfectly useable vintage 'Solo'--well, almost perfect, despite its idiosyncracies (some call them "flaws").
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