Bose AM16 question

Discussion in 'Speakers & Subwoofers' started by Matt Weldy, Jul 16, 2004.

  1. Matt Weldy

    Matt Weldy Second Unit

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    I set up a theater in a new construction house for a friend ( I tried to talk him out of bose ) However I pre ran all the wiring and now I am going to install the speaker. I saw in the manual that there was a "module input cable adaptor for existing wiring" I was wondering if I really need that or not? I have the existing one that came with the bose. Should I just wire tie the speaker wire that goes from the amp to the module (sub). And if so what would be the best way soder.... I already put new rca plugs on the wire I ran in the wall. So one half is taken care of. I just know I wouldnt want any breaks in my speaker wire. Or will one break affect the speaker quality. Not that I should use bose and quality in one sentence.

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  2. Kenneth Harden

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    You mean to adapt the exsisting speaker wire (that you ran) into the RCA plugs that go into the 'bass' (and I use that term lightly) module? If so, just make it work, it's not a big deal.
     
  3. Matt Weldy

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    no I mean the wire harness from the module to the reciever. I ran those wires in the wall also.
     
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    JoanPablo_T Stunt Coordinator

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    call bose tech support. 800-367-4008. they can send out the adapters for you. So you don't have to crimp.

    JP

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