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Setting up SoundTouch 30/20/10 and Portable Wi-Fi music systems

Applies to:

  • SoundTouch 10 wireless speaker
  • SoundTouch® 20 system
  • SoundTouch 20 wireless speaker
  • SoundTouch® 30 system
  • SoundTouch 30 wireless speaker
  • SoundTouch® 30 Series II Wi-Fi® music system
  • SoundTouch® 20 Series II Wi-Fi® music system
  • SoundTouch® Portable Wi-Fi® music system
  • SoundTouch® Portable system
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Pairing with Bluetooth

If you have a Bluetooth-enabled SoundTouch system, see Pairing a Bluetooth enabled device for pairing instructions.

Connecting to Wi-Fi:

You will need:

  • Broadband Internet with 802.11b/g/n* compatible Wi-Fi network (*802.11n is compatible with SoundTouch 20/30 Series III and SoundTouch10 systems)
  • Your network name and password
  • iOS or Android device, or a Windows or Mac computer on the same network as your SoundTouch system

To connect to your SoundTouch system to your Wi-Fi network:

Be sure your system is within range of your wireless router

Download and install the free SoundTouch app to your computer or mobile device with the links below:

Open the SoundTouch app

Follow the app instructions to connect your system to your home network

Listening to a device using the auxiliary input

You can connect most devices with an analog audio output, (i.e., a TV or computer) using the 3.5 mm AUX IN jack on the back of the system:

Open the SoundTouch app

Follow the app instructions to connect your system to your home network

For devices with a headphone jack, connect a 3.5 mm stereo cable from the device's headphone jack to the SoundTouch system's AUX IN jack

For devices with a red and white RCA output, connect a stereo RCA-to-3.5 mm adapter cable from the device's RCA jacks to the SoundTouch system's AUX IN jack

Press the system’s AUX button until the AUX is selected on the front of the system

Begin playing music on the connected device

Set the device’s volume to 90% so a strong signal is sent to the SoundTouch system. Then, use the SoundTouch system volume to control the overall level.

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