BOSE SOUNDTOUCH LINK
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You love your current speakers. But there's a world of wireless music they just can't access. Until now. Transform your stereo or home cinema system by adding the SoundTouch Wireless Link adapter and stream music from your home Wi-Fi® or Bluetooth® devices. Use the SoundTouch app to control your music easily. You can even play music all throughout your home by expanding with other SoundTouch speakers. Make your speakers smarter: turn them wireless and stream the music you want. It's that simple.
Exploring music with SoundTouch
SoundTouch gives you wireless access to your favourite music services like Spotify® and Deezer, plus Internet radio stations and your stored music library. They connect to your home Wi-Fi network so you can play music directly from the Internet to the system itself—or hear anything you want from a phone or tablet with Bluetooth® technology.
Grow your system
The beauty of SoundTouch systems is that they're made to grow with you. If you start with the SoundTouch Wireless Link for your stereo receiver, you can add more anytime: it could be a SoundTouch 10 speaker for the kitchen, or a SoundTouch 20 speaker for the bedroom. Sync them all together to play the same music in every room, or different music in different rooms. They're made for the way you live, and the way you listen.
So, what exactly can be connected?
The adapter has three common outputs (optical, AUX and RCA), so anything that supports one of them can become a SoundTouch wireless music system. Most stereo systems, home cinema systems and docking speakers are compatible—so chances are, what you have in your living room will work after a quick plug-in and setup. Already own a Bose system? Many of them are compatible, too, including most Lifestyle, CineMate, Wave, SoundDock, SoundLink and Portable PA products.
Bluetooth® built in
SoundTouch® systems feature Bluetooth® connectivity to stream music from any compatible device—whenever you want. This allows you to listen to even more sources, like YouTube.