The Bose SoundTouch app gives you control over all your SoundTouch® speakers, and quick access to popular music services, internet radio, and your music library. In this video, we will show you how to rebroadcast audio playing from a wired input to all the other SoundTouch systems throughout your home. AUX and Wired Input Broadcasts work with media streaming via inputs such as auxiliary and HDMI. Let’s take a look at a couple examples. In this case, we would like to stream content from our home theater system. Let’s open the SoundTouch app, tap the speaker tray, and swipe to find the system. If you’re playing content from a source other than SoundTouch, you will see this message above the system’s name: “Speaker is playing another source.” This could be a sporting event, movie, TV show, or any other form of content. To stream this content to your other SoundTouch systems, just simply scroll down and tap the speakers’ names. By default, your home theater system will be in sync with the video playing, but all other speakers may be delayed. If audio-video sync is not as important as all speakers playing in sync, you can adjust this setting. First, scroll up and tap the gear icon. Tap “Group Settings” and then turn off “Video Sync”. Now your home theater system’s audio will be in sync with all other speakers. Another example of when to use the Wired Input Broadcast feature, is when playing music from an MP3 player with an auxillary cable. First, in order to play your music, we’ll need to tell your speaker where the music is coming from. To do so, we recommend opening the SoundTouch app. Beneath the speaker’s name, you will see source options. Tap the AUX button to switch to your wired input, and music will begin playing. To stream this content to multiple speakers, scroll down and tap on the speakers’ names. If you wish to quickly play the same music on all your SoundTouch systems, just tap “Play All”. Now the same music playing through your auxiliary cable will play everywhere! And that’s how you enjoy media throughout your home, no matter what input source you use. For additional help, visit our website.