Hello and thank you for the question.
The Bose is going to be a different type of setup than the Denon is designed for, but will still work.
You will need to set the speakers in the Bose for "Large" and "No Subwoofer"- since the Bose subwoofer connects like a full range speaker- and then the smaller speakers run off of it.
You would actually want to wire the system as follows in order to be able to implement the subwoofer into the system- since if you use the V100 speakers for left and right, then the subwoofer will not be able to be used.
Connect ONE of the V100 speakers to the Center Channel Output of the receiver.
Connect the Left and Right INPUTS of the subwoofer to the Left and Right FRONT outputs of the Denon (this is where the bass will receive it's signal from).
Then connect to the two cube speakers that have the RCA plugs to the subwoofer.
Lastly, connect the remaining two V100 speakers to the Left and Right Rear channels of the Denon.
This is the only sensible way to connect all of the speakers and have the subwoofer producing the low frequency front signals.
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