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Bose Compatibility?

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My father in-law has an old Bose setup. We are talking no HDMI in or out on the Bose receiver. I think roughly 10 years old. I am asking to help him out what Bose speakers are normally? 4 Ohms? 8? This question is because he wants to update as his receiver unit is wearing down. Doesn't always play CDs or DVDs. LOL no Blue-ray of course.... Trying to find out if he can use the pre-existing Bose fronts and surrounds with maybe a Denon receiver? or if the fronts wont work but the surrounds will. My Mother in-law is worried about the aesthetics of the whole system also. He is cheap so would the best bet be just to get a newer Bose receiver and still use the old speakers? And is that possible as far as compatibility? Any help is appreciated...
Date: Dec 27, 2016   


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