OHM and wattage for bose lifestyles and acoustimass cubes?

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  1. calvin_b

    calvin_b Stunt Coordinator

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    i recently went through my father's old stuff in his garage this christmas and came across a pair of bose acoustimass and lifestyle cubes. one pair has the red stitching on it, the other pair looks like the ones from the recent lifestyle line.

    i was thinking of hooking up a stereo receiver for this for use in my bedroom for music. can i do it that way if im not using a bose receiver or sub? what wattage can it handle, and how many ohms (dont want to blow anything)?

    thanks for all the help.
     
  2. Alon Goldberg

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    Unfortunately the Acoustimass module uses a proprietary input jack and cable connector to connect a surround sound receiver. The cube speakers also use proprietary speaker cabling.

    There's a reason these speakers are in a box in the garage.. [​IMG]
     
  3. calvin_b

    calvin_b Stunt Coordinator

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    enough said! [​IMG]
     

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