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The Bose 3-2-1 GS Series III DVD home entertainment system puts you at the center of exciting home theater with greater simplicity. Just two visible Gemstone speaker arrays - Bose's smallest, most powerful 3-2-1 speakers - and a hideaway Acoustimass module deliver enhanced sound performance from almost anything you watch. Setup is simple - no center or rear speakers means no wiring to the back of your room. An elegant media center features a progressive scan DVD/CD player with FM/AM tuner, a... Read more

 

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aslanvid 11:35pm on Monday, September 20th, 2010 
Relatively good sound for non 2.1 speakers. ...  Design, Adequate Bass, Size Short Wires, No Power On/Off Switch has great sound for music and movies, though ...  simple setup, two audio inputs no sub for $100 speakers
jimmiridimmi 11:47pm on Sunday, September 19th, 2010 
this is was the best turnaround time i could have asked for at xmas time. Great Sound Quality, Top of the line great computer speakers for the price. [...] Easy To Use, Great Sound Quality
adriantry 12:46pm on Thursday, August 26th, 2010 
An excellent set of speakers that we run off of our laptop. They sound WONDERFUL and are versatile to perform with our TV too. Ideal companions for my iMac. These speakers complement the appearance of my computer and the sound is just fine for me.
arkarell 2:52am on Thursday, August 26th, 2010 
I bought these to replace a set of Altec Lansing that cost over half as much. When i bought these speakers for my alienware computer i was not sure what to expect. I wanted more to go with the computer i bought. When I purchased my new PC I was not interested in purchasing new speakers the no-name speakers I used with my previous PC were fine.
dbalh 10:40am on Wednesday, August 18th, 2010 
Not Worth The Price! Do not buy. I expected more from Bose, for $100.00 dollars I could have purchased speakers with a subwoofer with better sound.
Christian.M 8:10am on Wednesday, June 16th, 2010 
The speakers deliver the quality I expect from Bose. There is a good range of volume and rock-solid sound. I added this set of Bose speakers to my last computer order because I trusted the brand name. I was very disappointed with the sound quality.
JonCRezk 6:06am on Friday, May 28th, 2010 
Product is a Bose, need I say more Great Sound Quality Its perfectly help to fix for home theaters,excellent quality and great sound Great Sound Quality

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Changing Source Settings. Using the settings menus. To view the settings menus. To make changes in the settings menus. FM-AM settings menu. CD settings menu. DVD settings menu. TV, CBL-SAT, and AUX settings menu. Changing System Options. Using the System menu. To view the System menu. To change system options. Audio options. Video options. Media center options. Remote control options. DVD Lock options. Setting a password and restriction level. Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) rating system. Maintaining Your System. Cleaning. Cleaning the media center. Cleaning the speakers. Cleaning discs. Replacing the remote control batteries. Accessories. Troubleshooting. Troubleshooting table. Customer service. Technical Information. 55 56
Device Codes. A-1 Cable box device codes. A-1 Satellite box device codes. A-2 TV device codes. A-4 VCR device codes. A-9 Digital video recorder device codes. A-12
2004 Bose Corporation. No part of this work may be reproduced, modified, distributed or otherwise used without prior written permission. Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Confidential unpublished works. 1992-1997 Dolby Laboratories. All rights reserved. This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by method claims of certain U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights owned by Macrovision Corporation and other rights owners. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision Corporation, and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision Corporation. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited. DTS and DTS Digital Surround are registered trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc. MPEG Layer-3 audio compression technology licensed by Fraunhofer IIS and THOMSON multimedia. This product incorporates copyright protected technology and other intellectual property rights owned by Cirrus Logic, Inc. and subject to the copyright protection of the U.S. as well as other licensing restrictions and protections. Use of this copyright protected technology is limited solely to use with the Cirrus Logic integrated circuits incorporated in this product. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.

System Setup Selecting locations for your 321 Series II system components
Use the following guidelines and Figure 2 to choose locations and positions for the components of your 321 home entertainment system. Note: While these guidelines are offered to help provide great system performance, you may find other placement choices that are more convenient and provide the sound you enjoy.

Placing the media center

CAUTION: Do not block any ventilation openings. For reliable operation of the product and to protect it from overheating, put the product in a position and location that will not interfere with its proper ventilation. For example, do not place the product on a bed, sofa, or similar surface that may block the ventilation openings. Do not put it in a built-in system, such as a bookcase or cabinet that may keep air from flowing through its ventilation openings. Place the media center where nothing obstructs opening the disc tray on its front panel. Make sure the media center will be placed close enough to the Acoustimass module and the speakers so that all the cables will reach. Make sure the media center will be placed close enough to additional source devices (TV, VCR or cable box) so that all the cables will reach. Note: Make sure that the front of the media center is unobstructed so that it may receive IR (infrared) commands from the remote control. Figure 2
Sample media center and speaker placement 3 ft (1 m) maximum 3 ft (1 m) minimum

3 ft (1 m) maximum

Left speaker

Right speaker

Note: The speakers are magnetically shielded to prevent interference with the TV screen.

System Setup

Placing the speakers
Choosing a good location for the speakers will allow you to experience the audio surround effects that your 321 home entertainment system is designed to deliver. Place the two speakers either on top of the TV or at equal distance from the left and right of the TV screen (Figure 2). Keep both speakers at approximately the same height. Place each speaker within 3 feet (1 meter) of the edge of the TV screen. Placing the speakers more than 3 feet away from the TV can cause the sound to become separated from the picture. If you are using a bookshelf or a home entertainment unit, place each speaker at the front edge of its shelf. Positioning the speakers too far back in an enclosed space can change the overall quality of sound and alter the movie sound effects. Place the speakers at least 3 feet (1 meter) apart from each other to optimize the surround sound experience. CAUTION: Choose a stable and level surface for both speakers. Vibration can cause the speakers to move, particularly on smooth surfaces like marble, glass, or highly polished wood. If you are placing the speakers on a flat surface, be sure to attach the smaller of the two sets of supplied rubber feet to the bottom surface. You may obtain additional rubber feet (part number 178321) from Bose Customer Service. To contact Bose, refer to the list of offices included in the product carton. Note: The speakers can be mounted on Bose brackets, table stands, or floor stands. For ordering information, refer to Accessories on page 53. Additional or longer cables may also be ordered. Figure 3

System Setup Connecting your TV to the media center
Note: If you will be using the 321 system with both a TV and a VCR, skip this section and go to Connecting your TV and VCR to the media center on page 16.

Making audio connections

Note: If your TV does not have audio output jacks, see If your TV does not have audio output jacks on page 17. Otherwise, continue. 1. Connect one end of the supplied stereo cable to the TV Audio IN jacks on the rear panel of the media center (Figure 11). Insert the white RCA plug into the TV white L jack. Insert the red RCA plug into the TV red R jack. 2. Connect the other end of the stereo cable to the audio output jacks on your TV. Insert the white RCA plug into the white AUDIO OUT L jack. Insert the red RCA plug into the red AUDIO OUT R jack.
Making composite video connections
Note: Some older TVs with standard TV cable connectors do not have a composite video or an S-video input. Such TVs are not compatible with any DVD players and require use of an RF modulator for this connection. RF modulators are available at your local electronics store. 1. Insert one end of the supplied video cable (yellow) to the Video OUT C (composite) jack on the back of the media center (Figure 11). 2. Insert the other end of the video cable into one of the video input jacks on your TV. Figure 11
TV (composite video)-tomedia center connections
Remember the name of the TV video input you plugged the video cable into (for example: Video 1, Input 1, or Aux). Later, you will need to select the corresponding video input on your TV in order to view the 321 system video output.
Video cable (yellow connectors)

TV connector panel

Stereo cable (red and white connectors)
*Could be labelled FIXED, MONITOR, or HiFi.
System Setup Connecting your TV and VCR to the media center
Note: There are two options for connecting your TV and VCR to the media center. Before you proceed, you must determine if your TV has audio output jacks. Consult your TV owners guide if you need assistance.
If your TV has audio output jacks
If your TV has audio output jacks, you can directly route the TV audio to the 321 home entertainment system (Figure 12). 1. Connect one end of the supplied stereo cable to the TV Audio IN jacks on the rear panel of the media center. Insert the white RCA plug into the TV white L jack. Insert the red RCA plug into the TV red R jack. 2. Connect the other end of the stereo cable to the audio output jacks on your TV. Insert the white RCA plug into the white AUDIO OUT L jack. Insert the red RCA plug into the red AUDIO OUT R jack. 3. Insert one end of the supplied video cable (yellow) to the Video OUT C (composite) jack on the back of the media center. Insert the other end of the video cable into one of the video input jacks on your TV. Figure 12

TV and VCR connections with media center
Cable/satellite box (if applicable)

Existing cable

Stereo cable (red and white connectors) *
If your TV does not have audio output jacks
If your TV does not have audio output jacks, you will need to feed audio to the 321 home entertainment system through a secondary source, such as a VCR. To do this, you will need one additional video cable, which can be purchased at your local electronics store. 1. Connect one end of the supplied stereo cable to the AUX Audio IN jacks on the rear panel of the media center (Figure 13). Insert the white RCA plug into the AUX white L jack. Insert the red RCA plug into the AUX red R jack. 2. Connect the other end of the stereo cable to the AUDIO OUT jacks on your VCR. Insert the white RCA plug into the white AUDIO OUT L jack. Insert the red RCA plug into the red AUDIO OUT R jack. 3. Insert one end of the supplied video cable (yellow) into the VIDEO OUT jack on the back of your VCR. Insert the other end of the supplied video cable into the Video IN C (composite) jack on the back of the media center. 4. Insert one end of the second video cable (yellow) into the Video OUT C (composite) jack on the back of the media center. Insert the other end of the second video cable into one of the video input jacks on your TV. Figure 13
System setup when TV has no audio output jacks

Cable/satellite box

Video cables (yellow connector)

VCR connection panel

IMPORTANT If you connected your TV and VCR this way, you will need to turn on your VCR and select the AUX source on the 321 remote to hear sound from TV programs.

TV connection panel

VCR considerations
Some combination TV/VCR units may not work with 321 Series II home entertainment systems. Please refer to your TV/VCR owners manual for information. A stereo VCR is required for optimal sound performance. If your VCR has only one audio output and is not labeled Stereo or Hi-fi, you have a mono VCR. You will need a Y-adapter cable (available at electronics stores) to connect audio to the media center. For this setup, you will need to select Mono decoding (see TV, CBL-SAT, and AUX settings menu on page 43) so your 321 system will simulate surround sound effects from a mono source. Otherwise, you will hear mono sound from both speakers.

Advanced setup options

Making S-video connections (higher quality video)
An S-video input jack, provided on many TVs, delivers a higher quality TV picture than the composite video output connection shown in Figure 11. For this connection you will need an S-video cable which can be purchased from your Bose dealer or a local electronics retailer. Insert one end of the S-video cable into the S-Video OUT jack on the media center (Figure 14). Insert the other end of the S-video cable into the S-VIDEO IN jack on your TV. Figure 14

TV (S-video)-to-media center connections

IMPORTANT

If you use S-video to connect your TV to the media center, you must also use S-video to connect all other devices (such as a cable box and VCR) to the media center.
S-video cable TV connector panel
Making component video connections (highest quality video)
Note: Component video connections are required in order to use the progressive scan feature of your 321 system. Your TV must also support this feature. To turn on the progressive scan feature, see Video options on page 47. For the highest quality video from DVDs, you may want to use a component video connection between the media center and the TV. To do so, your TV must provide component video jacks (typically labelled Y, Pb, and Pr). Refer to your TV owners guide for more information. To make component video connections you will need three video grade cables that are long enough to reach from the rear of the media center to your TV (Figure 15). If the cables are not supplied with your TV, you can purchase them separately. 1. On the media center rear panel, plug one video cable into the Component Y, Pb, and Pr video output jacks (Figure 15). 2. Plug the other end of each video cable into the corresponding (color or letter code) component video jack on the back of your TV. Figure 15
TV (component video)-tomedia center connections Media center rear panel Color-coded component video jacks (Y, Pb, and Pr)
TV connector panel Component video cable
IMPORTANT FOR COMPONENT VIDEO USERS Input signals received by the C (Composite) or S-Video IN jacks are not passed through to the Component video OUT jacks. If you connect an external video device to the C or S-Video IN jack, you must also connect the C or S-Video OUT jack on the media center to the respective video input jack on your TV. To view the external video input on your TV, you will need to select the TV video input used for that device. To view the onscreen menus of the 321 system, you will need to switch back to the TVs component video input. Note: For more information, or to purchase the video cables, contact your local electronics store or authorized Bose dealer.
Connecting digital audio devices
Some audio devices may feature a digital audio output for optimum sound performance. Use an optical digital cable or a coaxial digital cable, as appropriate, to connect this output to the digital input on the media center. You can purchase the required cables at a local electronics store. On the media center rear panel, an optical digital cable connects to the OPTICAL jack. A coaxial cable connects to the audio input jacks labeled D. Note: The digital audio inputs of the 321 system are not able to decode a DTS bitstream from an external audio device. Only a DTS bitstream from the internal DVD player can be decoded. Note: Before you can benefit from the optical connection, you will need to assign the optical connector to the audio source in the system settings menu. See Media center options on page 48. Figure 16

Lights to indicate Repeat Track mode is selected.
Operation Turning your system on and off
To turn power on or off: Point the 321 remote at the media center and press On/Off. OR Press On-Off on top of the media center. To turn the system on to a source: Press CD-DVD, FM-AM, TV, CBL-SAT, or AUX on the 321 remote. Note: Your 321 remote control can be set up to control other audio devices such as your TV, VCR, or cable/satellite receiver. For instructions, see Setting up your remote to control other audio/video devices on page 35.

Playing video DVDs

Before you play your first DVD:
Familiarize yourself with the 321 remote control. See Remote control on page 26. Be sure you understand how to switch between the available video inputs on your TV. To view a video DVD, you will need to select the video input on your TV that is connected to video output of the 321 media center (see Connecting your TV to the media center on page 15). If you are unable to select the correct video input on your TV, please consult your TVs owners guide. Be sure that you play the 321 system setup DVD first. This will help you verify the connections you have made and confirm proper sound performance. 1. Turn on your TV. 2. On the 321 remote, press CD/DVD to turn the 321 system on to the CD/DVD source. 3. On the media center control panel, press Eject to open the disc tray. 4. Place the DVD disc in the disc tray. 5. Press Eject again to close the tray. The DVD should begin to play automatically. If not, press Play on the 321 remote. Note: Not all DVDs offer the same features. For example, you can choose to display subtitles while watching a movie only if that particular disc provides subtitle information.

Operation

While a DVD video is playing, elapsed play time and chapter number are displayed on the media center front panel. Figure 23
Sample display for a DVD video
D V D 0: 0 6: CHAPTER 1/12

Basic DVD operations

Press Pause to pause a movie.
Press Pause again, or press Play to resume playing a paused CD. Use the stop button ( ) to interrupt a movie in play.
Press once to interrupt a playing movie. The system holds the movie at the point of interruption. Press Play to resume play from the point of interruption. OR Press twice. Play is interrupted and the system returns to the beginning of the disc. Press Play to restart the video. Press Chapter to skip to the next chapter on the current DVD. Press Chapter to the previous chapter. to skip
Press Repeat while a chapter is playing to make it repeat. Press

to scan backward through the current DVD. Press

to scan forward.

Press Eject on the media center to stop a disc and open the disc tray. Note: For information on changing DVD-related source settings, see DVD settings menu on page 42.
Restricting access to video DVDs
The DVD Lock menu allows you to restrict access to video DVDs which may contain inappropriate material for certain members of your family. You can get to the DVD Lock menu by pressing the System button on the remote control. This feature allows you to set up password access for movies which have a certain rating. For instructions on using the DVD Lock menu, see DVD Lock options on page 50.
Operation Playing audio CDs
1. On the 321 remote, press CD/DVD to turn the 321 system on to the CD/DVD source.
2. On the media center control panel, press Eject to open the disc tray.
3. Place the DVD disc in the disc tray.
4. Press Eject again to close the tray.
5. The audio CD should begin to play automatically. If not, press Play on the 321 remote.

Basic CD operations

Press Pause to pause an audio CD.
Press Pause again, or press Play to resume playing a paused CD. Press to stop an audio CD.
Press Track to skip to the next track on the current CD. Press Track previous track.

to skip to the

Press and hold to scan backward through the current CD. Press and hold forward. Press once to advance to the next song.

to scan

Press Repeat once for REPEAT TRACK mode. Press Repeat again for REPEAT DISC mode. Press Repeat again to turn the repeat functions off (REPEAT OFF). Press Shuffle once for SHUFFLE DISC mode. Press Shuffle again to turn off the shuffle mode (SHUFFLE OFF). Note: For information on changing CD-related source settings, see CD settings menu on page 41. Note: If playing an MP3 CD, the Info button displays or clears artist and title information on the media center display panel.
Operation Listening to FM/AM radio
On the 321 remote, press FM-AM. If the system is off, the radio will turn on to the most recently selected station.

Tuning to a station

You can tune to a radio station in any of the following ways: Press FM-AM to switch between the FM and AM bands.

Changing Source Settings Using the settings menus
While watching a video or listening to music on your system, you can make quick adjustments that will increase your enjoyment of the program. For that purpose, each source you use with this system has its own Settings menu with features appropriate to that source.
To view the settings menus
You can see the Settings menu for each source on your TV screen (Figure 24) and on the display panel of your media center (Figure 25). 1. Turn on your TV and select the correct TV input to view your 321 system. 2. Press a source button on your 321 remote control. 3. Press Settings to display the Settings menu for the selected source. If the list of menu items is too long for the screen, a small down or up arrow indicates that you need to scroll down or up to see other items. 4. Press Exit to dismiss the Settings menu. Figure 24
Sample Settings menu on your TV screen Source name Menu item name

Output Mode: Auto

Menu items Setting

Selection box

Navigation help - which buttons to use
Note: Any changes made in the settings menu on your TV screen will also appear in the media center display panel. On the media center display panel, menu items will scroll in and out of view as you press the up ( ) and down ( ) arrow buttons on the remote. Figure 25
Sample Settings menu on the media center display

>Output

Mode: Auto Sleep Timer: Off

SETTINGS

Changing Source Settings
To make changes in the settings menus
Whether you use your TV screen or the media center display to change settings, the same instructions apply. You can use the actions above to change back to the original (default) settings, too. Do that if you do not like the effect of a change you have made, or accidentally made a change you did not intend. The default settings for each source are shown in the menu tables on the following pages. 1. Turn on your TV and select the correct TV input to view your 321 system. 2. Press a source button on your 321 remote control. 3. Press Settings to display the Settings menu for the selected source. 4. Using the down ( ) and up ( ) arrow buttons, select the menu item you want to change.
5. Press the right arrow ( 6. Press the up (
) button to select the menu item setting. ) arrow button to change the setting. ) button to save the setting.

) or down (

7. Press Enter or the left arrow (
8. Press Exit to dismiss the Settings menu. The progression in Figure 26 shows output mode for the FM tuner being changed from Auto to Stereo. Figure 26

Changing the FM output mode setting

Tuner Output Mode: Auto

Tuner Output Mode: Stereo
The down arrow button was pressed to select the Output Mode menu item.
The right arrow button was pressed to select the setting.
The up or down arrow button was pressed to change setting from Auto to Stereo.
Note: You can restore all default settings by choosing Restore Settings in the Systems menu, under Media Center options. This reverts all source settings back to the factory default settings. It also changes the Audio Processing setting back to Automatic (found in the Systems menu under Audio options).
Changing Source Settings FM/AM settings menu
To see the FM/AM Settings menu, press FM-AM on the remote. Then press Settings. Press Exit to remove the menu from the screen.
Name Output Mode (FM only) RDS Info (FM only, and only on some systems) Sleep Timer
Settings Auto, Stereo, Mono Off, On

Default Auto

Description Allows you to listen to stereo broadcasts in either stereo or mono output. Displays station and program information (as available from Radio Data System). Turns the system off after the set time expires. Choose off to deactivate the timer.

Off, 10-90 minutes

CD settings menu
To see the CD Settings menu, press CD-DVD on the remote while playing an audio CD. Then press Settings. Press Exit to remove the menu from the screen.

Name Track

Settings __ of __

Default

Description Allows you to select a track on the current disc.

Sleep Timer

Turns the system off after the set time expires. Choose off to deactivate the timer.
Changing Source Settings DVD settings menu
To see the DVD Settings menu, press CD-DVD on the remote while playing a DVD video disc. Then press Settings. Press Exit to remove the menu from the screen. Item Name Movie EQ* Settings On, Off Default On Description Optimizes the tonal balance for movies.
Range Compression* On, Off
Adjusts volume to maintain dialogue intelligibility. Keeps some sounds from overwhelming others. Engages Videostage 5 mono decoding circuitry to process mono sound (one-channel audio) for your system. Displays the elapsed time of the current DVD. Also, allows you to move to a new location in the movie by entering a new time. Selects a DVD title from the current disc, according to the number set. Some DVDs do not allow direct access to titles. Selects a DVD chapter from the current DVD movie, according to the number entered. Some DVDs do not allow direct access to chapters. Allows you to choose one of the available audio tracks on the current disc. Allows you to choose one of the available subtitle languages (only if included on disc). Allows you to select one of the available camera angles (only if included on disc). Repeats a segment of the DVD after the start and end points are defined. To begin: 1. Move backward or forward to the point in the DVD where you want the segment to start. 2. Press Enter. 3. Move to the point where you want it to end. 4. Press Enter. Repeats until you press the Exit or Settings button.

Setting a password and restriction level
Your password will help prevent unauthorized viewing of DVD videos that have a higher rating than your restriction level. There are 8 levels to choose from, matched to movie ratings set by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA). See Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) rating system on page 51. 1. Turn on your TV and select the correct TV input to view your 321 system. 2. Press the System button on your 321 remote control. 3. Using the right ( ) and left ( ) arrow buttons, highlight the DVD Lock option. ) arrow key.
4. Press Enter or the down (
Note: If you are using the DVD Lock option for the first time, enter a four-digit password. Then enter it again to confirm.
5. Enter your four-digit password. 6. Using the down ( ) button, scroll down to Lock Discs Rated Above. ) button to see the available settings. ) arrow button to find the rating you want. ) button to save the setting.
7. Press the right arrow ( 8. Press the up (
9. Press Enter or the left arrow (
10. Press Exit to dismiss the Settings menu.
Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) rating system
Parental Control Setting G PG-13 PG NC-17 R MPAA Rating Audience Restriction None Adult audiences Mature audiences Mature teenage audiences Teenage audiences Mature young audiences Most audiences General
Example: Choosing a Parental Control Setting of 4, restricts access to videos rated above PG-13. Videos with ratings above that may be viewed only after entering the password. Your password also helps prevent others from changing the restriction level setting without permission.
Maintaining Your System Cleaning
Cleaning the media center
Use only a soft, dry cloth to clean the outside surfaces of the media center. Do not use any sprays near the system. Do not use any solvents, chemicals, or cleaning solutions containing alcohol, ammonia, or abrasives. Do not allow liquids to spill into any openings.

Cleaning the speakers

Clean the surface of your speakers with a soft, damp cloth. You can use an ammonia-free window cleaner on a soft cloth to maintain the finish. Do not use any sprays near the speakers. Do not use any solvents, chemicals, or cleaning solutions containing alcohol, ammonia, or abrasives. Do not allow liquids to spill into any openings. The speaker grilles require no special care, although you may vacuum them carefully if necessary.

Cleaning discs

Handle discs by their edges to prevent fingerprints and scratches (Figure 33a). To remove stains or fingerprints from the surface of a disc, use a soft and dry lint-free, cloth. Wipe in straight movements from the center of the disc to the outside (Figure 33b). Do not use any chemical products; they can damage the disc. Do not use a circular motion to clean (Figure 33c). Do not write on or attach labels to the surface of a disc. To minimize exposure to dust and dirt, return discs to their cases after use. Store each disc in its case, away from direct sunlight, high temperatures, and humidity. Figure 33

2001, 0392, 0566, 0855, 0143
Realistic.. 0052 RFT.. 0288, 0220 Saba.. 0690, 0520, 0885, 0336, 0710 Sabre.. 0455 Sagem.. 1253, 1114, 0820 Salora. 0172, 0108 Samsung. 1276, 1109, 1017, 0773, 1243 Sanyo. 1219, 0493 SAT.. 0321, 0461, 0351 Satcom. 0346, 0605 Satec.. 0183 Satmaster.. 0346 SatPartner. 0502, 0811, 0421, 0692, 0335, 0520, 0332 Satplus. 1009
Skymaster.. 0628, 1062, 0240, 0605, 0880, 0519, 0713, 0288 SM Electronic. 0713, 0240, 0157, 1200 Smallear.. 1103 Smart.. 0132 Sony.. 2002, 0639, 1639, 0294, 0847, 0278, 0661 Star.. 2004, 0887 Star Choice. 0869 Star Trak.. 0421 Starland.. 1122 Strong. 0125, 0421, 1105, 0354, 1088, 0132, 0879, 1159 STS.. 0210 STVI.. 0417 Sunstar. 0513, 0794 Supernova. 2004, 0887 Tada.. 0368 Tae Kwang. 0733 Tantec. 0336, 0455 Techniland.. 0346 TechniSat. 0005, 1099, 0548, 1195, 0501, 1100 Telefunken.. 0421 Teleka.. 0243, 0613 Telesat. 0605 Telestar. 0114, 1100, 0501, 0157 Televisa. 2004, 0887 Thomson.. 0455, 1012, 0853, 0711, 1046
Thorens. 0586 Tonna.. 0668, 0346 Topfield. 1206 Toshiba.. 0749, 1749, 0790, 0486, 1285, 0082 TPS.. 1253, 0820 Triad.. 0351, 0335, 0321 Triasat. 0501, 0414 Triax.. 0115 Twinner.. 0136 UltimateTV. 2001, 0392, 0639, 2002 Uniden. 0724, 0722, 0074, 0052, 0238, 0831 Unitor.. 0332 Universum.. 0173, 0571 Victor.. 0506, 0505, 0492 Visiosat.. 1042 Vortec.. 0631, 0421 VTech.. 0690, 0351, 0321 Winersat.. 1045, 0332 Wisi.. 0638, 0173, 0372, 0455, 0351, 0406, 0690, 0321, 0396 Xsat.. 0123 Yes. 0887, 2004 Zehnder. 0321, 0552, 0114, 0520, 1075, 0331, 0818 Zenith.. 0856, 1856, 0635 Zodiac. 0396 Zwergnase. 0794
Satstation.. 1083 Schneider.. 0805 Schwaiger. 0552, 0183, 0116, 1111 Seemann. 0530, 0396 SEG.. 1087, 0742, 0421, 0369 Sharp.. 0494 Siemens.. 0683, 0173 SKY.. 0856, 0099, 2004, 0847, 1175, 0887 Sky Television. 1014 Skylife. 1255

TV device codes

A-Mark.. 0003 Abex.. 0032 Acura.. 0009 Addison.. 0653, 0108 Admiral. 0093, 0087, 0163 Advent.. 0783, 1933, 0817, 0815 Adventura.. 0046 Adyson. 0217, 0032 AGB.. 0516
Aiwa.. 1914, 1910, 1916, 0701, 1915 Akai.. 1537, 0009, 0351, 0516, 0708, 0218, 0448, 0696, 0208, 0361, 0602 Akito.. 0272 Akura.. 0264, 0218, 0493, 0358 Alaron. 0179, 0216
Alba.. 0668, 0036, 0218, 0581, 0009, 0211, 0371, 0037, 0235 Albatron.. 0700 Allorgan. 0294 Ambassador.. 0177 Amplivision. 0400, 0217 Amstrad.. 0171, 0009, 0177, 0412, 0371, 0516, 0037, 0354, 0433
Device Codes TV device codes
Anam.. 0250, 0009, 0700, 0003, 0628 Anam National. 0250, 0650, 0055 Anitech. 0009 AOC.. 0451, 0093, 0178, 0179, 0009, 0052, 0003, 0019, 0108, 0185, 0018 Apex Digital.. 1943 Arcam. 0217, 0216 Archer. 0003 ASA.. 0104, 0087 Asuka. 0218 Atlantic. 0206 Audiosonic. 0109, 0037 Audiovox. 0451, 0003 Autovox.. 0206, 0087, 0544, 0336 Awa.. 0009, 0157 Axion.. 1937 Baird.. 0343 Bang & Olufsen. 0565, 0087 Barco.. 0380, 0552 Basic Line.. 0218, 0009 Baur.. 0361, 0535, 0349, 0512, 0554, 0037, 0505, 0544, 0010 Beaumark.. 0178 Beko.. 0714, 0486, 0370, 0715 Belcor. 0019 Bell & Howell.. 0016 Beon.. 0037 Binatone.. 0217 Blaupunkt.. 0195, 0328, 0191, 0327, 0554, 0200, 0535 Blue Sky.. 0218, 1037, 0668 Blue Star.. 0282 Bondstec. 0247 Boots.. 0217 BPL.. 0282 Brandt. 0205, 0198, 0196, 0335, 0109 Brionvega.. 0559, 0087 Britannia.. 0216 Brockwood. 0019 Broksonic.. 0003, 1929, 1911, 1938, 1905, 1935 Bruns.. 0087 BSR.. 0294 BTC.. 0218

Scott.. 0178, 0019, 0179 Sears.. 0178, 0171, 0159, 0179, 0146, 1926, 0056, 1904 SEG.. 0036, 0552, 0264, 0217, 0668 SEI. 0516, 0087, 0294, 0010, 0177, 0544, 0102 Seleco. 0206, 0163, 0411, 0259 Sentra. 0035 Sharp.. 0093, 1093, 0039, 0165, 0650, 1917, 0036, 0157, 0386, 1193, 0032, 0256 Shen Ying.. 0003, 0179, 0009 Sheng Chia. 0093, 0009, 0179, 0033 Shogun. 0019 Shorai. 0294 Siarem. 0087, 0516, 0102 Siemens.. 0157, 0200, 0535, 0037, 0195, 0328, 0191, 0327, 0554 Signature. 0016 Silver.. 0036 Simpson.. 0187, 0186 Singer. 0087 Sinudyne.. 0177, 0516, 0102, 0294, 0087, 0235, 0544, 0010 Skantic.. 0356 SKY.. 0037 Skysonic.. 0696 Skyworth.. 0037 Solavox. 0032, 0351, 0163 Sonitron.. 0208 Sonoko. 0037, 0009 Sonolor. 0208, 0163 Sontec.. 0037 Sony.. 0000, 0010, 0080, 0650, 1505, 1925, 0036, 0505, 1010, 1904, 0011, 0111, 0651, 1651 Soundesign. 0178, 0186, 0179 Soundwave. 0037, 0418 Sowa.. 0178, 0036, 0226 Spectricon. 0003 Squareview. 0171 SSS.. 0019 Standard.. 0217, 0009, 0218 Stern.. 0259, 0206, 0163
Sunkai. 0355, 0321, 0294 SuperTech.. 0216 Supra.. 0056 Supre-Macy.. 0046 Supreme.. 0000 Susumu. 0218 Sylvania. 0171, 0020, 0381, 1944, 0096, 1931 Symphonic. 0171, 1904, 1913 Synco.. 0000, 0451, 0093, 0178, 0036 Sysline. 0037 T + A.. 0447 Tacico.. 0178, 0009, 0179 Tai Yi.. 0009 Tandy.. 0093, 0163, 0414, 0218, 0072, 0217, 0039 Tashiko.. 0043, 0363, 0036, 0359, 0033, 0217, 0650 Tatung. 0072, 0249, 0009, 0055, 0244, 0003, 0037, 0217, 0516, 0036 Teac.. 0706, 0712, 1904, 0037, 1932, 0412, 0544, 1437, 0009, 1913, 0282, 0455, 0698, 1037, 1909, 0264, 1949, 0418, 0668 Tec. 0247, 0217, 0552 Technema. 0320 Technics.. 0250, 0650 Technol Ace.. 0179 Techwood.. 0056, 0003 Teco.. 0093, 0178, 0264, 0036, 0218, 0653, 0009, 0280 Teknika.. 0016, 0056, 0039, 0186, 0019, 0179 Teleavia. 0343, 0205 Telefunken.. 0084, 0262, 0343, 0625, 0074, 0109, 0335, 0498, 0056, 0101, 0306, 0471 Telemeister. 0320 Teletech. 0009 Teleton.. 0186, 0349, 0036, 0217, 0206, 0363 Tensai.. 0294, 0218, 0320 Tera.. 0466 Texet.. 0216, 0218 Thomas. 1904
Thomson. 0343, 0560, 0109, 0205, 0399, 0198, 0349, 0625, 0196 Thorn.. 0499, 0535, 0037, 0084, 0192, 0361, 0512, 0035, 0074, 0190, 0343, 0505, 0072, 0104, 0193 Thorn-Ferguson. 0343 TMK.. 0178, 0177, 0056 Tomashi.. 0282 Toshiba. 0644, 1508, 1936, 0035, 0243, 0618, 0718, 1935, 0070, 0508, 0650, 1918, 1945, 0036, 0381 Tosonic. 0185 Totevision.. 0039 Towada. 0552 Transonic. 0712, 0698 Trical.. 0157
Triumph. 0516, 0243, 0177 Tuntex. 0009 Uher.. 0303, 0206, 0320 Ultra.. 0192 Ultravox.. 0102, 0351 Universal.. 0027 Universum.. 0421, 0552, 0037, 0105, 0370, 0535, 0104, 0346, 0492, 1901, 0074, 0264 Vestel.. 0037 Victor.. 0250, 0053, 0036, 0650, 0653 Videosat.. 0247 Videotechnic. 0217 Vidtech.. 0178, 0036, 0019 Viking.. 0046 Vision.. 0320
Visorex.. 0432 Voxson.. 0087, 0163 Waltham.. 0356, 0217 Wards.. 0178, 0165, 0020, 0056, 0111, 0179, 0019, 0027, 0096, 0016, 0021, 0080 Watson.. 0037, 0320 Watt Radio. 0544, 0102, 0552 Wega.. 0087, 0036 White Westinghouse. 0216, 0186, 1909, 0037, 0320 Yamaha. 0019 Yapshe.. 0250 Yoko.. 0264, 0217, 0037 Zanussi. 0363, 0206 Zenith.. 0178, 0016, 1909, 1904, 1929, 1911 Zonda.. 0003

VCR device codes

ABS.. 1972 Admiral. 0048, 0209 Adventura.. 0000 Aiko.. 0278 Aiwa.. 0037, 0000, 0352, 0348, 0687, 0307, 0479 Akai.. 0041, 0315, 0106 Akiba.. 0072 Alba.. 0209, 0072, 0278, 0352, 0315, 0293, 0020 Alienware. 1972 Ambassador. 0020 America Action. 0278 American High. 0035 Amstrad.. 0000 Anam.. 0162, 0037, 0240, 0278, 0226 Anam National. 0162, 0454, 0226, 1562 Anitech. 0072 ASA.. 0037, 0081 Asha.. 0240 Asuka. 0037 Audiovox. 0037, 0278 Baird.. 0000, 0104, 0041 Bang & Olufsen. 0499
Basic Line.. 0072, 0278, 0020 Beaumark.. 0240 Bell & Howell. 0104 Blaupunkt.. 0162, 0227, 0034, 0226, 0195 Brandt. 0493, 0321, 0320 Brandt Electronic. 0041 Broksonic. 0184, 0121, 0209, 0002, 0479, 0348, 1479 Bush.. 0209, 0072, 0278, 0352, 0293 Calix.. 0037 Canon. 0035 Capehart.. 0020 Carver. 0081 Catron. 0020 CCE.. 0072, 0278 CGE.. 0000 Cimline.. 0072 Cineral.. 0278 Citizen. 0037, 0278, 1278 Clatronic.. 0020 Colt.. 0072 Combitech. 0352 Condor.. 0020 Craig.. 0037, 0047, 0240, 0072
Crown. 0072, 0278, 0020 Curtis Mathes.. 0060, 0035, 0162, 0041, 1035 Cybernex. 0240 CyberPower.. 1972 Cyrus.. 0081 Daewoo. 0045, 0104, 0278, 0642, 0637, 0020, 1278 Dansai. 0072 Daytron. 0020 De Graaf.. 0042, 0166 Decca.. 0081, 0000 Denon. 0042 Dual.. 0041 Dumont. 0081, 0000, 0104 Dynatech.. 0000 Elbe.. 0038 Elcatech.. 0072 Electrohome.. 0037 Electrophonic.. 0037 Emerex.. 0032 Emerson.. 0035, 0037, 0184, 0240, 0045, 0000, 0121, 0043, 0209, 0002, 0278, 1278, 0637, 0479, 1479 ESC.. 0240, 0278
Device Codes VCR device codes
Ferguson. 0041, 0493, 0321, 0320 Fidelity.. 0000 Finlandia.. 0081, 0104 Finlux.. 0081, 0000, 0042, 0104 Firstline. 0037, 0045, 0043, 0209, 0072 Fisher.. 0047, 0104 Frontech.. 0020 Fuji. 0035, 0033 Fujitsu. 0045, 0000 Funai.. 0000 Garrard. 0000 Gateway.. 1972 GE. 0060, 0035, 0240, 1060, 0226, 1035, 0807 GEC.. 0081 General. 0045, 0020 Go Video.. 0432 GoldHand.. 0072 GoldStar.. 0037, 0209, 0038, 0225, 1237, 0226 Goodmans. 0037, 0000, 0072, 0278, 0062, 0637, 0020 Gradiente. 0000, 0008 Graetz. 0240, 0104, 0041 Granada.. 0081, 0104 Grandin. 0037, 0000, 0072 Grundig.. 0081, 0072, 0195, 0347, 0293, 0226, 0034 Hanseatic.. 0037 Harley Davidson.. 0000 Harman/Kardon. 0081, 0038 Harwood.. 0072 HCM.. 0072, 0293 Hewlett Packard.. 1972 HI-Q.. 0047 Hinari.. 0240, 0072, 0293, 0352, 0004 Hitachi.. 0037, 0240, 0000, 0042, 0041, 0004, 0166 Hughes Network Systems.. 0042 Hypson. 0072 iBUYPOWER.. 1972 Imperial. 0000 Ingersol. 0004 Interfunk.. 0081

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Unpacking

SYSTEM SETUP Carefully unpack your system. Save all packing materials, which provide the safest way to transport your system. Check to be sure your system includes the parts shown in Figure 1. If any part of the system appears damaged, do not attempt to use it. Notify Bose or your authorized Bose dealer immediately. For Bose contact information, refer to the address sheet included in the carton. WARNING: To avoid danger of suffocation, keep the plastic bags out of the reach of children. Figure 1
Contents of the shipping carton Your system includes one of the following cords: Acoustimass module cable 321 speakers 120 VAC power cord (U.S./Canada) Speaker cable Note: If you purchased a 321 GS Series II system, the left and right speaker cable connectors will be marked with a GS. Acoustimass module Rubber feet for Acoustimass module or Your system includes one the following speaker types:

Media center

321 GS speakers Rubber feet for speakers
115/230 VAC power cord with adapter (U.S./Europe)
230 VAC power cord (Europe) Remote control 230 VAC power cord (U.K./Singapore) Batteries Stereo cable Video cable
240 VAC power cord (Australia) FM antenna Antenna stand
AM antenna Setup and demo disc
Note: Now is a good time to find the serial numbers on the bottom of the media center and Acoustimass module. Copy these numbers onto your product registration card and in the space provided on page 7.

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Selecting locations for your 321 Series II system components
Use the following guidelines and Figure 2 to choose locations and positions for the components of your 321 home entertainment system. Note: While these guidelines are offered to help provide great system performance, you may find other placement choices that are more convenient and provide the sound you enjoy. SYSTEM SETUP

Placing the media center

CAUTION: Do not block any ventilation openings. For reliable operation of the product and to protect it from overheating, put the product in a position and location that will not interfere with its proper ventilation. For example, do not place the product on a bed, sofa, or similar surface that may block the ventilation openings. Do not put it in a built-in system, such as a bookcase or cabinet that may keep air from flowing through its ventilation openings. Place the media center where nothing obstructs opening the disc tray on its front panel. Make sure the media center will be placed close enough to the Acoustimass module and the speakers so that all the cables will reach. Make sure the media center will be placed close enough to additional source devices (TV, VCR or cable box) so that all the cables will reach. Note: Make sure that the front of the media center is unobstructed so that it may receive IR (infrared) commands from the remote control. Figure 2

ACINPU T MUSICC ENTER

Recommended orientation of the module
CAUTION: Do not block the openings on the back of the module, which provide ventilation for the built-in circuitry. CAUTION: The Acoustimass module generates a magnetic field. Although this is not an immediate risk to your video tapes, audio tapes, and other magnetic media, you should not store any of these items directly on or near the module.
Making system connections
SYSTEM SETUP CAUTION: Do not plug the Acoustimass module into an AC power (mains) outlet until all the components are connected. Note: If additional audio cables or longer cables are needed to make these connections, contact Bose Customer Service. Refer to the list of offices included in the product carton.
Connecting the Acoustimass module to the media center
Plug one end of the Acoustimass module cable into the Acoustimass Module jack on the rear of the media center (Figure 6). Plug the other end of the cable into the input ( ) jack on the rear of the Acoustimass module. Note: The jacks for the Acoustimass module cable are keyed so that the cable connectors only plug in one way. Make sure that the arrow on the connector body faces up when plugging in the cable. Figure 6
Acoustimass module-tomedia center connection

Media center rear panel

Acoustimass module cable Acoustimass module input jack
Connecting the speakers to the Acoustimass module
1. Insert the single-plug end of the speaker cable into the SPEAKERS jack on the rear panel of the Acoustimass module (Figure 7). Tighten both screws on the plug. Figure 7
Speaker cable-toAcoustimass module connection

Acoustimass module cable

Speaker cable Acoustimass module input jack
2. At the other end of the speaker cable, separate the left and right speaker cords as much as necessary to reach each speaker (Figure 8). SYSTEM SETUP Figure 8
Separating left and right speaker cords Note: If you purchased a 321 GS Series II system, the left and right speaker cable connectors will be marked with a GS.
3. Plug the LEFT speaker cable into the rear jack of the left speaker (Figure 9). Plug the RIGHT speaker cable into the rear jack on the right speaker. Figure 9
Left and right speaker connections

IG R HT

RIGHT speaker cable

LEFT speaker cable

Note: Make sure cable connectors are fully inserted and seated firmly in the speaker jacks.
Connecting the supplied antennas
SYSTEM SETUP The rear panel of the media center provides jacks for the AM and FM antennas included with your system (Figure 10). Unwind the wires for each antenna to provide the best reception. Figure 10

Antenna connections

FM dipole antenna

TV (composite video)-tomedia center connections
Write the name of the video input jack used on your TV in the box on page 25. After you turn on the system, you will need to select this video input on your TV in order to view the 321 system video output.
Video cable (yellow connectors)

TV connector panel

Stereo cable (red and white connectors)
*Could be labelled FIXED, MONITOR, or HiFi.
Connecting your TV and VCR to the media center
SYSTEM SETUP Note: There are two options for connecting your TV and VCR to the media center. Before you proceed, you must determine if your TV has audio output jacks. Consult your TV owners guide if you need assistance.
If your TV has audio output jacks
If your TV has audio output jacks, you can directly route the TV audio to the 321 home entertainment system (Figure 12). 1. Connect one end of the supplied stereo cable to the TV Audio IN jacks on the rear panel of the media center. Insert the white RCA plug into the TV white L jack. Insert the red RCA plug into the TV red R jack. 2. Connect the other end of the stereo cable to the audio output jacks on your TV. Insert the white RCA plug into the white AUDIO OUT L jack. Insert the red RCA plug into the red AUDIO OUT R jack. 3. Insert one end of the supplied video cable (yellow) to the Video OUT C (composite) jack on the back of the media center. Insert the other end of the video cable into one of the video input jacks on your TV. Figure 12
TV and VCR connections with media center
Cable/satellite box (if applicable)

Existing cable

Stereo cable (red and white connectors) *
If your TV does not have audio output jacks
If your TV does not have audio output jacks, you will need to feed audio to the 321 home entertainment system through a secondary source, such as a VCR. To do this, you will need one additional video cable, which can be purchased at your local electronics store. 1. Connect one end of the supplied stereo cable to the AUX Audio IN jacks on the rear panel of the media center (Figure 13). Insert the white RCA plug into the AUX white L jack. Insert the red RCA plug into the AUX red R jack. 2. Connect the other end of the stereo cable to the AUDIO OUT jacks on your VCR. Insert the white RCA plug into the white AUDIO OUT L jack. Insert the red RCA plug into the red AUDIO OUT R jack. 3. Insert one end of the supplied video cable (yellow) into the VIDEO OUT jack on the back of your VCR. Insert the other end of the supplied video cable into the Video IN C (composite) jack on the back of the media center. 4. Insert one end of the second video cable (yellow) into the Video OUT C (composite) jack on the back of the media center. Insert the other end of the second video cable into one of the video input jacks on your TV. Figure 13
System setup when TV has no audio output jacks

Cable/satellite box

Video cables (yellow connector)

TV (component video)-tomedia center connections Media center rear panel Color-coded component video jacks (Y, Pb, and Pr)
TV connector panel Component video cable
IMPORTANT FOR COMPONENT VIDEO USERS Input signals received by the C (Composite) or S-Video IN jacks are not passed through to the Component video OUT jacks. If you connect an external video device to the C or S-Video IN jack, you must also connect the C or S-Video OUT jack on the media center to the respective video input jack on your TV. To view the external video input on your TV, you will need to select the TV video input used for that device. To view the onscreen menus of the 321 system, you will need to switch back to the TVs component video input. Note: For more information, or to purchase the video cables, contact your local electronics store or authorized Bose dealer.
Connecting digital audio devices
SYSTEM SETUP Some audio devices may feature a digital audio output for optimum sound performance. Use an optical digital cable or a coaxial digital cable, as appropriate, to connect this output to the digital input on the media center. You can purchase the required cables at a local electronics store. On the media center rear panel, an optical digital cable connects to the OPTICAL jack. A coaxial cable connects to the audio input jacks labeled D. Note: Before you can benefit from the optical connection, you will need to assign the optical connector to the audio source in the system settings menu. See Media center options on page 49. Figure 16
Media center digital audio input jacks
Optical digital audio input
Coaxial digital audio inputs
Connecting your cable/satellite box, TV, and VCR to the media center
The 321 home entertainment system provides flexibility for you to add up to three external audio devices, including your TV, directly to the media center. Figure 17 shows you an advanced setup using a TV, VCR and cable/satellite box. In this setup, please notice the following: S-video connections are used to deliver the cable/satellite signal to the media center. Therefore, the media center output video is sent to the TV also through an S-video connection. Analog and digital coax audio connections are shown for the cable/satellite box. As an option, you may use an optical digital connection. However, before you can benefit from the optical connection, you will need to assign the optical connector to the cable/satellite box audio source in the system settings menu. See Media center options on page 49. When connecting an audio device to the media center jacks, remember to match the red jack to the right channel (R) and the white (or black) jack to the left channel (L). For further details on making the video connections between your VCR and TV, refer to the manuals for these video devices. Note: The recommendations contained in this owners guide are basic suggestions for connecting external devices to the 321 Series II system. Instructions and terminology pertinent to these external devices may vary, depending on the manufacturer. Consult the owners guide that came with the device for clarification on setup and usage before making any connections.

Checking your system setup
Follow these steps when turning on your system for the first time. Be sure to perform step 4 and play the setup DVD. The setup DVD can help you verify that you set up your system correctly for proper sound performance. 1. Check the following before you continue: All cables are connected for the setup you chose. The batteries were installed in the remote control. The power cord was installed and plugged into a live AC receptacle. 2. Turn on your TV. Use the remote control that came with your TV. 3. Using your TV remote, select the video input on your TV that connects to the video output of the media center. Name TV video input used: The method of selecting the right video input depends on your TV. Refer to your TV owners guide for help. 4. Play the 321 setup DVD. A. Turn on your 321 system. Point the 321 remote control at the media center and press On-Off. B. Press Eject on the media center control panel. C. Insert the DVD setup disc into the disc tray. D. Press Eject again to close the tray. The DVD will automatically begin to play. If it does not, press the play button ( ). 5. Turn off the TV speakers. Refer to your TV owners guide for help. If your TV does not have an option to turn off the internal speakers, you may need to adjust both the 321 system volume and your TV volume until you find a level that produces the desired sound. In some TVs, when the internal speakers are turned off, you may need to raise the TVs volume level by 75% to 100% in order to hear audio from the 321 home entertainment system. See your TV owners guide for help. Note: Be sure to play the setup DVD, included in the carton with your system, as soon as all the connections are completed. This will help you verify the connections you have made and confirm proper sound performance. SYSTEM SETUP

Remote control

Remote status LED
Turns the system on or off. Status LED: Remains off (unlit) during normal operation. Remains on during setup mode. Turns off briefly with each key press. Blinks rapidly eight times if the wrong key is pressed during setup or if an unavailable device code is entered. After ten seconds of no key presses, blinks rapidly eight times and the remote exits the setup mode. Silences or restores the sound from the current source. Selects the built-in CD/DVD player and turns the system on. Selects the built-in tuner and turns the system on to the previously selected FM/ AM station. Switches between FM and AM when the tuner is selected. TV: Turns your system on and selects the TV input as the sound source. Input: Changes the external input to your TV. For example, your TV might have two external inputs where one is connected to your cable box and the other to your VCR. Pressing this button alternates between the cable box and the VCR.* On/Off: Turns your TV on and off.* CBL SAT: Turns your system on and selects the CBL SAT input as the sound source. On/Off: Turns your cable/satellite box on or off.*

AUX: Turns your system on and selects the AUX input as the sound source. On/Off: Turns a VCR or DVR that is connected to the AUX jack on or off.*
* Requires special remote settings. See Setting up your remote to control other audio/video devices

on page 30.

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Remote control cont.

Puts the Settings menu for the current source on your TV screen or media center display. Puts the System menu on your TV screen. Puts the DVD menu of the currently loaded DVD disc on your TV screen. Puts the main menu of a cable/satellite box, VCR, or DVR on your TV screen (if supported).* Puts the TV, cable, satellite, or DVR program guide (if supported) on your TV screen. Removes the Settings and System menus from your TV screen. Removes on-screen menus for TV, cable/satellite box, or VCR/DVR from your TV screen.*
Tunes the FM or AM radio to the next higher or lower frequency. Selects the next item, up or down, in menus.
Confirms a menu selection or introduces the next level of menu options.
Moves up, down, left, or right in onscreen menus and media center displays.
* Requires special remote settings. See Setting up your remote to control other audio/video devices on

page 30.

SYSTEM CONTROLS AND INDICATORS Raises or lowers the volume of the current source. Pressing + restores muted sound from the current source. Pressing lowers the volume of the current source, but does not restore muted sound.
Skips to the next or previous TV channel,* CD track, or DVD chapter.
Stops the disc player. For DVDs only, the disc stops and the system saves the DVD play position. Pressing continues the DVD from the saved play position. twice for a disc in play returns to the beginning of the disc. Pressing Pauses a currently playing disc. Pressing again (or pressing ) resumes play of a paused disc. After 20 minutes of no user interaction, the disc player stops and returns to the beginning of the disc to wait for the next command. Starts the disc player. Skips backward or forward through CD tracks. Skips backward or forward through DVD chapters. Seeks backward or forward to the next strongest radio station. Plays audio CD tracks in random order. Press again to cancel this mode. ) for DVR (if supported). Starts instant replay ( Repeats a CD, CD track, DVD chapter, or DVD title. Press again to change the repeat mode. ) for DVR (if supported). Initiates Quick Skip and/or Return to Live ( Provides a means for selecting a CD track, DVD chapter, radio station preset, or TV channel. Allows you to change numerical values for some menu options.

Direct entry of a device code
Device codes can be found at the back of this owners guide or in the System menu under Remote Control options. If you know the device code, you can do the following: To set up the remote to control your TV 1. Turn on both the 321 system and your TV. 2. Press and hold the TV button until the remote LED is lit (about five seconds). 3. On the remote keypad, enter the four-digit device code for your TV. The LED will turn off temporarily as you press each key. 4. Check that the LED turns off after the code is entered. If the LED blinks, the code is invalid. Try again. 5. Point the remote at your TV and press the TV On-Off button. If your TV does not respond, go back to step 2 and try other codes. If you are still unsuccessful, see Searching for a device code on page 31. Note: After programming your remote to control external audio/video devices from the System menu, press the System button once to continue navigating the System menu.
To set up the remote to control your cable/satellite box 1. Turn on both the 321 system and your cable/satellite box. 2. Press and hold the CBL SAT button until the remote LED is lit (about five seconds). SYSTEM CONTROLS AND INDICATORS 3. On the remote keypad, enter the four-digit device code for your cable/satellite box. The LED will turn off temporarily as you press each key. 4. Check that the LED turns off after the code is entered. If the LED blinks, the code is invalid. Try again. 5. Point the remote at your cable/satellite box and press the CBL SAT On-Off button. If your cable/satellite box does not respond, go back to step 2 and try other codes. If you are still unsuccessful, see Searching for a device code on page 31. To set up the remote to control your VCR or DVR (such as Tivo or Replay TV brands) 1. Turn on both the 321 system and your VCR or DVR.
2. Press and hold the AUX button until the remote LED is lit (about five seconds). 3. On the remote keypad, enter the four-digit device code for your VCR/DVR. The LED will turn off temporarily as you press each key. 4. Check that the LED turns off after the code is entered. If the LED blinks, the code is invalid. Try again.
5. Point the remote at your VCR or DVR and press the AUX On-Off button. If your VCR or DVR does not respond, go back to step 2 and try other codes. If you are still unsuccessful, see Searching for a device code on page 31.
Searching for a device code
Use this method if you do not know the device code for a device. Note: This is a very time-consuming process. Use it as a last resort. To set up the remote to control your TV 1. Turn on both the 321 system and your TV. 2. Press and hold TV until the remote LED is lit (about five seconds). 3. Alternately press Channel and TV On-Off until your TV turns off.

Control panel

The media center has six buttons located on the top control panel. Their functions are also available through use of the remote control. Figure 21
Media center controls Turns system power on or off. Steps through the available source selections. Lowers or raises the volume level. Used to navigate through menus. Sets next available AM/FM preset Opens or closes the disc tray.

On-Off

Source

Volume +

Note: If you selected another source by pressing the Source button, you cannot control the new source with the remote until you press the button for that new source on the remote.

Display indicators

With the system turned on, the music center display lights up to show the state of the system. Not all possible choices, shown below, light up at once (Figure 22). The display changes with each adjustment or selection you make. Figure 22
Sample media center display

DVD 0:06:11 CHAPTER 1/12

SHUFFLE REPEAT DISC TRACK
Lights to indicate disc is in play. Lights briefly when a remote control command is received.
Lights to indicate shuffle mode is selected for the current disc.
Lights to indicate repeat mode is selected for current track or disc.
Lights to indicate Repeat Disc or Shuffle Repeat Disc mode is selected.
Lights to indicate Repeat Track mode is selected.
Turning your system on and off
To turn power on or off: Point the 321 remote at the media center and press On/Off. OR OPERATION Press On-Off on top of the media center. To turn the system on to a source: Press CD-DVD, FM-AM, TV, CBL SAT, or AUX on the 321 remote. Note: Your 321 remote control can be set up to control other audio devices such as your TV, VCR, or cable/satellite receiver. For instructions, see Setting up your remote to control other audio/video devices on page 30.

Playing video DVDs

Before you play your first DVD:
Familiarize yourself with the 321 remote control. See Remote control on page 26. Be sure you understand how to switch between the available video inputs on your TV. To view a video DVD, you will need to select the video input on your TV that is connected to video output of the 321 media center (see Connecting your TV to the media center on page 15). If you are unable to select the correct video input on your TV, please consult your TVs owners guide. Be sure that you play the 321 system setup DVD first. This will help you verify the connections you have made and confirm proper sound performance. 1. Turn on your TV. 2. On the 321 remote, press CD/DVD to turn the 321 system on to the CD/DVD source. 3. On the media center control panel, press Eject to open the disc tray. 4. Place the DVD disc in the disc tray. 5. Press Eject again to close the tray. The DVD should begin to play automatically. If not, press Play on the 321 remote. Note: Not all DVDs offer the same features. For example, you can choose to display subtitles while watching a movie only if that particular disc provides subtitle information.

to skip to the

Press Seek
once to skip to the next track.
Within the first 2 seconds of play, press Seek to skip to the previous track. After 2 seconds of play, press Seek to skip to the beginning of the current track. Press and hold Seek or Seek to scan backward or forward through a track.
Press Repeat once for REPEAT TRACK mode. Press Repeat again for REPEAT DISC mode. Press Repeat again to turn the repeat functions off (REPEAT OFF).
Press Shuffle once for SHUFFLE DISC mode. Press Shuffle again to turn off the shuffle mode (SHUFFLE OFF). Note: For information on changing CD-related source settings, see CD settings menu on page 42. Note: If playing an MP3 CD, the Info button displays or clears artist and title information on the media center display panel.

Listening to FM/AM radio

On the 321 remote, press FM-AM. If the system is off, the radio will turn on to the most recently selected station. OPERATION

Tuning to a station

You can tune to a radio station in any of the following ways: Press FM-AM to switch between the FM and AM bands.

Press Tune

to tune up the band. Press Tune

to tune down the band.

to go to the previous station. Press Seek to go to the next available Press Seek station. Press and hold for rapid tuning. Release to stop at the next available station. To stop anytime, briefly press Seek or Seek. To begin seeking again without holding down the Seek button, briefly press Seek or Seek as soon as the first seek operation stops. OR Press the number of a preset station on the keypad.
Note: For information on changing FM/AM-related source settings, see FM/AM settings menu on page 42.
Storing stations as presets
Using your 321 remote control you can store up to 20 AM and 20 FM station presets. This enables you to tune to a favorite station quickly. 1. Tune to the preferred station. 2. Store the station with an assigned preset number. For numbers 1-9, press the single number button and hold it. For numbers 10-20, press the first number. Immediately after, press the second number and hold it. OR, press Enter on the media center to store the selected station at the next available preset number. The newly assigned preset number appears briefly on the media center display. Note: Assigning a preset number to a station will replace any previous assignment of that preset.

Erasing a preset

1. Tune to the preset station. 2. Press and hold the 0 button on the remote until the media center display tells you that the preset is erased. OPERATION

Playing other sources

Turn on any component connected to the media center by using the remote for that component or controls on the component front panel. Use the 321 Series II or 321 GS Series II system remote to get started: Pressing TV, CBL SAT, or AUX on the 321 or 321 GS system remote turns on the system and selects the audio for that component. Be sure a tape or disc is loaded, as needed. Use the Volume up or down arrows on the system remote or on the media center to raise or lower the volume of the system.

5. Enter your four-digit password. 6. Using the down ( ) button, scroll down to Lock Discs Rated Above. ) button to see the available settings. ) arrow button to find the rating you want. ) button to save the setting.
7. Press the right arrow ( 8. Press the up ( CHANGING SYSTEM OPTIONS
9. Press Enter or the left arrow (
10. Press Exit to dismiss the Settings menu.
Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) rating system
Parental Control Setting G PG-13 PG NC-17 R MPAA Rating Audience Restriction None Adult audiences Mature audiences Mature teenage audiences Teenage audiences Mature young audiences Most audiences General
Example: Choosing a Parental Control Setting of 4, restricts access to videos rated above PG-13. Videos with ratings above that may be viewed only after entering the password. Your password also helps prevent others from changing the restriction level setting without permission.

Cleaning

Cleaning the media center
Use only a soft, dry cloth to clean the outside surfaces of the media center. Do not use any sprays near the system. Do not use any solvents, chemicals, or cleaning solutions containing alcohol, ammonia, or abrasives. Do not allow liquids to spill into any openings.

Cleaning the speakers

Clean the surface of your speakers with a soft, damp cloth. You can use an ammonia-free window cleaner on a soft cloth to maintain the finish. Do not use any sprays near the speakers. Do not use any solvents, chemicals, or cleaning solutions containing alcohol, ammonia, or abrasives. Do not allow liquids to spill into any openings. The speaker grilles require no special care, although you may vacuum them carefully if necessary.

Cleaning discs

Handle discs by their edges to prevent fingerprints and scratches (Figure 33a). To remove stains or fingerprints from the surface of a disc, use a soft and dry lint-free, cloth. Wipe in straight movements from the center of the disc to the outside (Figure 33b). Do not use any chemical products; they can damage the disc. Do not use a circular motion to clean (Figure 33c). Do not write on or attach labels to the surface of a disc. To minimize exposure to dust and dirt, return discs to their cases after use. Store each disc in its case, away from direct sunlight, high temperatures, and humidity. Figure 33

Disc care

Svenska MAINTAINING YOUR SYSTEM
Replacing the remote control batteries
CAUTION: Please dispose of used batteries properly, following any local regulations. Do not incinerate. Slide open the battery compartment (Figure 34). Notice the polarity markings (+ and ) inside the compartment and install the batteries accordingly. Be sure to replace both batteries. Slide the battery compartment cover back into place. MAINTAINING YOUR SYSTEM Figure 34
Putting in the batteries AA batteries (IEC R6)

Simpson. 0186, 0187 Singer.. 0335, 0548, 0698, 0706, 1537
Sinotec. 0706 Sinudyne. 0177 SKY.. 0037, 0282 Skygiant.. 0180 Skyworth.. 0037, 0698, 0748, 0817 Sliding.. 0865 SLX.. 0512 Soemtron.. 0865 Solavox. 0032, 0037, 0548 Sole. 0813 Soniko.. 0037 Sonitron.. 0208, 0217, 0370 Sonoko. 0037, 0282 Sonolor. 0208, 0282, 0548 Sontec.. 0037, 0370 Sony.. 1651, 1505, 1300, 1167, 1100, 1010, 0834, 0650, 0250, 0170, 0157, 0156, 0150, 0145, 0111, 0093, 0080, 0053, 0037, 0000 Soundesign. 0178, 0179, 0180, 0186 Soundwave.. 0032, 0037 Sowa.. 0051, 0060, 0092, 0156, 0178, 0226, 1150 Spectricon. 0003 Squareview.. 0171 Ssangyong. 0032 SSS.. 0019, 0180 Stag. 0032 Standard. 0037, 0217, 1037 Starlite.. 0037, 0180 Stenway.. 0282 Strato.. 0037 Studio Experience. 0843 Sunic Line.. 0037 Sunkai.. 0037 Sunstar. 0037 Sunwood.. 0037 Superscan. 0864 Supersonic.. 0037, 0208, 0698, 1189 SuperTech. 0037 Supra.. 0039, 0056, 0178 Supre-Macy. 0046 Supreme. 0000 Susumu.. 0335 SVA.. 0587, 0698, 0748, 0768, 0865, 0870, 0871, 0872 Sylvania.. 0020, 0030, 0054, 0096, 0171, 0381 Symphonic.. 0171, 0180
Saige.. 0817 Saisho.. 0177, 0217, 0556 Saivod.. 0037, 1037 Salora.. 0208, 0480, 0548, 0606, 0631 Salsa.. 0335 Sampo.. 0030, 0032, 0039, 0052, 0092, 0093, 0154, 0171, 0178, 0650, 0700, 1755 Samsung.. 1150, 1060, 0817, 0814, 0812, 0774, 0766, 0718, 0702, 0682, 0644, 0618, 0587, 0556, 0370, 0226, 0019, 0030, 0032, 0037, 0039, 0056, 0060, 0090, 0092, 0093, 0154, 0156, 0178, 0179, 0195, 0208, 0217
Synco.. 0000, 0060, 0092, 0093, 0178, 0451 Sysline.. 0037
Texet.. 0217 ThemeScene.. 0887 Thompson. 0625 Thomson.. 0037, 0335, 0560, 0625, 1447 Thorn.. 0037, 0335, 0512 Tiane.. 0093, 0817 TMK. 0056, 0177, 0178 TML. 1756 TNCi.. 0017 Tobo. 0748 Tokai.. 0037, 1037 Tokaido. 1037 Tomashi.. 0282 Tongtel.. 0587, 0780 Tophouse.. 0180 Toshiba. 1704, 1656, 1508, 1356, 1265, 1256, 1169, 1156, 1150, 0845, 0832, 0718, 0714, 0650, 0644, 0618, 0556, 0508, 0381, 0217, 0195, 0156, 0154, 0145, 0093, 0060 Tosonic. 0185 Totevision.. 0039 Towada. 0217 Toyoda.. 0037 Trakton.. 0217 Trans Continens. 0037, 0217, 1037 Transonic.. 0037, 0512, 0587, 0698, 0780 Triad. 0037, 0556 Trical.. 0157 Triumph. 0177, 0556 Tsoschi. 0282 Tuntex.. 0030, 0092 TVS.. 0463 TVTEXT 95. 0556 Uher. 0037, 0480, 0486 Ultravox.. 0037 Unic Line.. 0037 United.. 0037, 0606, 0714, 1037 Universal. 0027, 0037 Universum. 0032, 0037, 0146, 0157, 0170, 0177, 0217, 0370, 0480, 0512, 0556, 0618, 0631, 1037 Univox.. 0037 V2max.. 0865 V7 Videoseven.. 1755 V7Videoseven. 0880 Vector Research. 0030 Vestel.. 0037, 0217, 0556, 1037, 1163 Victor.. 0053, 0250, 0650, 0653 Videocon.. 0508
Videotechnic. 0217 Vidikron. 0054 Vidtech.. 0019, 0178 Viewsonic.. 0857, 0864, 0885, 1755 Viking.. 0046 VInc.. 1756 Vision.. 0032, 0037, 0217 Vistar.. 0548 Vizio. 0864, 0885, 1756 Voxson.. 0178 Waltham.. 0037, 0217, 0443, 1037 Wards.. 1347, 1156, 1147, 0866, 0187, 0186, 0180, 0179, 0178, 0166, 0165, 0156, 0154, 0135, 0111, 0096, 0000, 0016, 0017, 0018, 0019, 0020, 0021, 0024, 0027, 0030, 0047, 0051, 0054, 0055, 0056, 0060, 0080 Warumaia.. 0661 Watson. 0037, 1037 Waycon. 0156 Wega.. 0037 Wegavox. 0037 Welltech.. 0714 Weltblick. 0217 Westinghouse. 0003, 0451, 0889, 0890 Weston.. 0037 Wharfedale.. 0037, 0556, 0706 White Westinghouse. 0037, 0186, 0463, 0623 Windsor.. 1037 Windstar. 0282 Windy Sam.. 0556 Wintel.. 0714 World-of-Vision. 0880, 0890 Xenius.. 0634, 0661 Xiahua.. 0698, 0817 Xihu.. 0817 XLogic.. 0698 XMS. 0698 Xrypton. 0037 Yamaha. 0019, 0030, 0650, 0769, 0833, 0839 Yamishi. 0217, 0282 Yapshe.. 0250 Yokan.. 0037 Yoko. 0037, 0217 Yoshita.. 0706 Youlanasi.. 0817 Zenith.. 0016, 0017, 0092, 0178, 0463, 1145 Zenor.. 0208 Zonda.. 0003, 0698

Thomson.. 0392, 0713, 0820, 0847, 0853, 1046, 1175, 1291, 1498, 1900 Tivo.. 1142, 1442, 1443, 1444 Tokai.. 0200 Tonna.. 0713 Topfield. 1206, 1207, 1545 Toshiba. 0749, 0790, 0819, 1285, 1446, 1501, 1516, 1530, , 1749 TPS.. 0820, 1253, 1307 Triax. 0200, 0713, 0853, 1099, 1251, 1291, 1296 Trio.. 1075 TT-micro. 1429 Turnsat.. 0713 Twinner. 0713 UltimateTV. 1392, 1640 Uniden.. 0052, 0722, 0724, 1521 Unimax. 1457 Unisat.. 0200 United.. 1251 Universum. 0173, 0299, 1099, 1251 US Digital.. 1535 USDTV.. 1535 Van Hunen. 1161 Variosat. 0173 Ventana. 0200 Vestel.. 1251 Visionic. 1105, 1206, 1279, 1283 Visiosat. 0713, 1129, 1457 Voom.. 0869 Wintel.. 0299, 1161 Wisi.. 0173, 0299 Wisplus. 1258 Worldsat. 1251, 1323 XMS. 1075 Xsat. 0713, 0847, 1214, 1323 Xtreme.. 1300 Zehnder.. 1075, 1232, 1251, 1334, 1412, 1413 Zenith.. 0856, 1856
Afreey.. 0698 Aim.. 0699, 0778, 0818, 0833, 1165 Airis.. 1005, 1224 Aiwa. 0533, 0641, 1633 Akai.. 0690, 0705, 0766, 0770, 0779, 0788, 0790, 0884, 0898, 0899, 1089, 1115 AKI.. 1005 Akira.. 0699 Akura.. 0898, 1051, 1367 Alba. 0539, 0672, 0695, 0699, 0713, 0717, 0730, 0783, 1051 Albatros.. 1001 Alco. 0790 Allegro.. 0869 Altacom.. 1224 Amitech.. 0770, 0784, 0850 Amphion. 0872, 1176 Media Works Amstrad.. 0713 AMW.. 0872, 1176 Ansonic. 0831 Apex.. 0672, 1061 Apex Digital. 0672, 0717, 0755, 0794, 0796, 0797, 0830, 1004, 1020, 1056, 1061, 1100 Arianet.. 0770, 0818 Asono.. 1224 Aspire Digital.. 1168, 1407 Atacom. 1224 ATD.. 0718 Audiologic.. 0736 Audiosonic. 0690, 1265 Audiovox. 0717, 0790, 1041, 1071, 1072, 1121, 1122 Auvio.. 0843 Awa.. 0730, 0872 Axion.. 0730, 1071, 1072 B & K.. 0655, 0662 Basic Line.. 0713 Baze. 0898, 1165 BBK. 1224

SAT DVD

Sky+.. 1175 Skymaster. 0713, 1075, 1200, 1409, 1611 Skymax.. 0200 Skyplus. 1232, 1334, 1409, 1412 SkySat.. 0713 Skyvision.. 1334 SL.. 0299, 1294 SM Electronic. 0713, 1200, 1409 Smart.. 0299, 0713, 1232, 1273 Sony.. 0282, 0639, 0847, 0853, 1524, 1558, 1639, 1640 Star Choice. 0869 Starlite.. 0200 Stream.. 1847, 1848 Strong.. 0853, 1105, 1159, 1258, 1300, 1409, 1430 Sunny.. 1300 Sunsat.. 0713 Supermax.. 1143, 1283 TCL.. 1143 Teac. 1251, 1322 TechniSat.. 0200, 1099, 1100, 1195, 1322 Technomate. 1283 Technosat.. 1143, 1206 Technotrend. 1429 Techsan.. 1017 Techwood 1284
3D Lab.. 0539 A-Trend. 0714 Acoustic Solutions. 0713, 0730, 1242 Adcom.. 1094 Advent.. 1016 AEG. 0770, 0788, 0790 AFK.. 1051
Bel Canto Design. 1571 Bellagio. 1004 Black Diamond. 0698, 0713, 0766, 0833, 0884 Blaupunkt.. 0717 Blue Parade. 0571 Blue Sky. 0651, 0672, 0695, 0713, 0769, 0778, 0804, 0843 Boghe.. 1004 Boman.. 0783 Brainwave.. 0770, 1115

 

Technical specifications

Full description

The Bose 3-2-1 GS Series III DVD home entertainment system puts you at the center of exciting home theater with greater simplicity. Just two visible Gemstone speaker arrays - Bose's smallest, most powerful 3-2-1 speakers - and a hideaway Acoustimass module deliver enhanced sound performance from almost anything you watch. Setup is simple - no center or rear speakers means no wiring to the back of your room. An elegant media center features a progressive scan DVD/CD player with FM/AM tuner, and an HDMI output that makes it even easier to connect to your HDTV. Plus, an easy-to-use universal remote control is programmable to run most of your home entertainment devices together with your system. Enjoy the spaciousness of theater-like sound in the comfort of your home. The 3-2-1 GS DVD home theater system creates exciting home entertainment with greater simplicity than five-speaker systems. Bose patented Gemstone speaker arrays with breakthrough TrueSpace digital processing circuitry transform home entertainment into a dramatic sound experience. The hideaway Acoustimass module provides the cinematic depth and orchestral sweep that bring movies and music to life. It doesn't have to be seen to be effective - you can place this module out of sight to enjoy enhanced performance with fewer visible components. Best of all, this system is simple to install and use, with a setup disc that walks you through the process, step by step.

General
Product TypeHome theater system
Dimensions (WxDxH) / WeightDVD player / radio tuner : 13.7 in x 10 in x 3.3 in / 6.6 lbs Speaker system : right/left channel speaker : 5.5 in x 4.1 in x 2.5 in / 1 lbs Speaker system : subwoofer : 8.7 in x 19.1 in x 14.4 in / 23.4 lbs
Enclosure ColorGraphite
Audio System
ComponentsSpeaker system, DVD player / radio tuner
Sound Output ModeStereo
Built-in DecodersVideostage 5 decoder
Built-in ClockTimer
TimerSleep
Bass ControlYes
Treble ControlYes
Additional FeaturesBose link compatible
Connectors
Coaxial Digital InputYes
Optical Digital InputYes
Speaker System
Speaker(s)2 x right/left channel speaker - external - wired 1 x subwoofer - external - wired
Radio
TypeRadio tuner - AM/FM - digital
Preset Station Qty40 preset stations
AM Preset Station Qty20 preset stations
FM Preset Station Qty20 preset stations
Antenna Form FactorLoop AM / wire FM
Additional FeaturesFM stereo/mono switch
DVD
TypeDVD player
Media FormatCD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD, CD, Video CD
Supported Digital Audio StandardsMP3
Additional FeaturesParental lock, progressive scanning
Remote Control
TypeUniversal remote control - infrared
Supported DevicesTV, VCR, satellite TV system, cable box, DVD player
FeaturesProgrammable, multi-brand compatibility
Connections
Connector Type3 x audio line-in ( RCA phono x 2 ) - rear 1 x composite video/audio input ( RCA phono x 3 ) - rear 1 x composite video output ( RCA phono ) - rear 1 x S-Video input ( 4 pin mini-DIN ) - rear 1 x S-Video output ( 4 pin mini-DIN ) - rear 1 x component video output ( RCA phono x 3 ) - rear 1 x SPDIF input ( TOSLINK ) - rear 3 x SPDIF input ( RCA phono ) - rear 1 x HDMI output ( 19 pin HDMI Type A ) - rear
Miscellaneous
Included AccessoriesRubber pads, AM antenna, FM antenna
Cables IncludedSpeaker cable kit Audio cable Video cable HDMI cable
Power
Power DevicePower supply - internal
Dimensions & Weight (Shipping)
Weight (Shipping)44.1 lbs
Universal Product Identifiers
BrandBose
Part Numbers312335-1110, 321GSIII, 321GSIIIG

 

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