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boggieshoos
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making Lifestyle 48 compatiable with bluetooth

Before creating a new topic, please search the Community to avoid creating duplicate threads. If you are posting about a problem, the more of the below details you can include (if applicable) the easier it will be for others to try and help. Go to https://bose.life/2K1GbJl for a helpful post on how to find relevant information, including your firmware and app version information!

 

Bose product name

 

Country

 

Firmware Version

(1.0.7, 4.8.1, 1.7.0, etc.)

App Version

(4.1.1, 13.0.2, etc.)

What devices were you using that were affected and what version are they on

(Samsung Galaxy S9 on Android 11, iPhone X on iOS14, etc.)

Detailed description of the issue and steps to reproduce

 

What environment do you experience the issue in?

(noisy office, quiet kitchen, etc.)

 

When did you start to experience the issue? Did it work correctly previously?

 

Any troubleshooting steps you took

 

 

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NeonsNight
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Re: making Lifestyle 48 compatiable with bluetooth


@boggieshoos wrote:

Before creating a new topic, please search the Community to avoid creating duplicate threads. If you are posting about a problem, the more of the below details you can include (if applicable) the easier it will be for others to try and help. Go to https://bose.life/2K1GbJl for a helpful post on how to find relevant information, including your firmware and app version information!


A quick search like the text advised would have helped you as this has been covered a few times, but I'll answer anyways 😉

 

There are several options for you:

  1. If you are only looking for Bluetooth, there are many out there with varying levels of quality.

  2. You should know that while Bose has discontinued their SoundTouch line they are still selling some of their SoundTouch Wireless Link adaptersThese "Link adapters" add Bluetooth, Airplay, & WiFi music to any speaker in someone's home. This allows them all to play the same music (or different music) throughout the house.

  3. It might be a good idea to see if you can upgrade your receiver. One of the AV35 models can even work with both SoundTouch & Bluetooth (but not Airplay).

  4. Then there are Video/Music devices like GoogleTV that sell for $50 or AppleTV for $150. Both would add a lot of features and functions that are not found with standard Bluetooth devices. There are many ways to connect these to your receiver so you can use them with your modern HDTV.

I hope that this solves your problem. Let us know what you end up doing 🙂