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post #21 of 27 (permalink) Old 11-05-2019, 10:33 AM - Thread Starter
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Quote: Originally Posted by UltraMega View Post
https://assets.bose.com/content/dam/...iii-am10iv.pdf

Looks like that VGA cable thing has bare wires on the other end that plug directly into the speaker outputs on a receiver, so any receiver should work.
If I unplug the rear wire will the 3 front speaker will work plus my subwoofer?
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Can u explain please what that means
Sorry I'm.just new to audio and dont know anything
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If I unplug the rear wire will the 3 front speaker will work plus my subwoofer?
Yes, they will work. Essentially what the bass module for the Bose system is doing is regulating the power for the speakers and some digital signal processing. You don't have to run all the speakers.

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Yes, they will work. Essentially what the bass module for the Bose system is doing is regulating the power for the speakers and some digital signal processing. You don't have to run all the speakers.
Thanks alot I will try it and will update how it did
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Why are you trying to mix two different speaker sets?

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So I wanna try.it tonight after work
So when I unplug
I should unplug the rear speakers from subwoofer and av reciver
Is that right?
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LFE!

The .1 (sub) is an essential component of a "5.1" system, handling the low frequency effects (LFE) to great effect depending on quality and location.
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