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How would I connect an extra powered sub to a bose lifestyle system?
This thread has 18 replies. Displaying posts 16 through 19.
Post 16 made on Friday October 26, 2001 at 01:09
Larry Fine
Loyal Member
August 2001
Thanks. I'll try to post pictures someday.

OP | Post 17 made on Friday October 26, 2001 at 06:37
Founding Member
September 2001
JT: No, its not my main system, If you read my other postings above, I think I mentiond it was just one of those things that pleased the wife, the room is not big, so the bose looks great in there, sounds ok, bass was very boomy, house nearly fell apart! haha
Anyway, I moved the sub module thing around for a month or so, got it going fantastic! I swear, I wouldnt beleive it unless I heared it in my own house, yes, it might not sound as good as my HT system, but it does damn good for Bose!
As I said, a lot of bass, not at high Ive connected a powered sub to it, working great, needs some adjusting, as you would know, it can take a while...
I was thinking about getting a disk with bass know those testing CD's with bass noise...
Does it matter what brand CD I get? I mean, im new to testing my systems, its just a thourght...
k, ciao
ps: anyone that buys bose, get them professionaly installed, then just move you sub around till you get it going good, it works! just takes time!
Good luck...

This message was edited by Cruel^Intentions on 10/26/01 06:40.07.
OP | Post 18 made on Friday November 2, 2001 at 03:46
Founding Member
September 2001
Hey again, I heared someone saying that when he tested his system, something went wrong in the sub, and well, it aint
I found this fairly funny, but as I thourght about testing my system, it crossed my mind that it could be danderous........
Should I be careful, or is it fairly safe to test your own system?
Anyway, gtg
Post 19 made on Saturday April 30, 2022 at 07:59
Junior Member
April 2022
Could you help find a solution to connect an external powered subwoofer to Bose lifestyle 535 please.
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