Bose Lifestyle 28
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Bose Lifestyle 28 III Dvd Home Entertainment System
Bose Lifestyle 28 DVD Home Entertainment System
Bose Lifestyle 28 III Dvd Installation Guide
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The Lifestyle 28 Series III DVD system adds thrilling sound to your movies and music with the combination of performance, elegance and simplicity you expect from Bose. It customizes sound to your room with the innovative ADAPTiQ audio calibration system. The stylish media center features a progressive scan DVD/CD player and AM/FM tuner. Direct/Reflecting cube speaker arrays and a new horizontal center channel speaker fill your room with spacious surround sound. And all Lifestyle DVD systems feat... Read more
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User reviews and opinions
|paucabot||11:21pm on Saturday, October 23rd, 2010|
|Seems like a lot to pay for something like this. Nothing is cheap like it used to be... Works exactly what I needed it for. Basically. So, why did I spend many, many hundreds of dollars on a speaker system and separate amplifier for the computer. Well.|
|That Don Guy||7:46am on Saturday, October 16th, 2010|
|Awesome for the sounds. I could not wait to install it in my living room. Clear Sound, Easy To Setup, Intuitive Controls, Thundering Bass Expensive|
|zervolfs||9:28am on Sunday, October 3rd, 2010|
|I have heard audio equipment costing as little as an $18 iPod dock to a pair of speakers costing $50,000. But.|
|jpedersen||3:11am on Friday, September 24th, 2010|
|I set it up and it sound like I am the theater. I am very Pleased Attractive Design","Easy Setup","Easy to Mount","Good Power Output".|
|northpaw||6:48am on Sunday, August 29th, 2010|
|Great Product and Great deal! Attractive Design, Easy Controls, Easy To Set Up, Great Sound, Powerful Purchased the lifestyle 28 series home theatre system. This system is great for larger rooms and has crisp sound that literally fills the room. Great sound out of a compact design. The only con I can mention for this product is the high price tag for Bose products. Attractive Design, Compact,...|
|Quantum||8:46am on Wednesday, August 25th, 2010|
|All major speaker manufacturers keep coming up with new products. The remote stop working. The heavy magnet used to transmit is soldered & can easily break if the remote is dropped.|
|rafael||11:25am on Saturday, July 31st, 2010|
|We needed a reliable, durable, efficient 25ft. video cable for presentations. It was easy to find, easy to order.|
|Colorado6202||1:52pm on Thursday, July 22nd, 2010|
|It is a great sound in a room Attractive Design","Easy Setup","Easy to Mount","Good Power Output","Great Sound Quality I cant wait to purchase one of these systems for my home Attractive Design","Great Sound|
|wburris||5:35pm on Monday, June 7th, 2010|
|This system is fantastic in every way, easy to set up and add to the receiver. I have an Onkyo 605 receiver that puts out 90 watts per channel, the cubes can go up to 100 watts. If you are looking for a good 5. The Bose Acoustimass 10 Series speaker system is awesome!|
|sgposs||1:33pm on Tuesday, May 18th, 2010|
|Great Product and Easy set up Not much to say except that it works better than expected. I installed it in a closet with a 20ft 3. Nice solution I purchased one of these for my father-in-law to use in a cabinet he re-built. Great little product. Took about 5 minutes to install. Wow. It just works. Connected and controlling 3 different IR devices in under 20 minutes. I am going to buy a second unit in a minute.|
|akua73||7:39am on Wednesday, April 21st, 2010|
|Bose speakers were always something I thought "one day when I can afford them" boy am I glad I bit the bullet.|
|seja430||11:33pm on Sunday, March 21st, 2010|
|I used the onkyo receiver SR605 with this speaker system. The sound came out exceeds my expectation.|
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LIFESTYLE 18 Series II LIFESTYLE 28 Series II DVD Home Entertainment Systems
Safety Information Please read this owners guide
Please take the time to follow this guide carefully. It will help you set up and operate your system properly and enjoy all of its advanced features. Save both the Installation Guide and the Operation Guide for future reference. WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose the system to rain or moisture. WARNING: This apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing, and objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall not be placed on the apparatus. As with any electronic products, use care not to spill liquids in any part of the system. Liquids can cause a failure and/or a fire hazard. The CAUTION marks shown here are located on the bottom of your LIFESTYLE DVD home entertainment system media center and on the rear panel of the Acoustimass module:
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, alerts the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the system enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle alerts the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance instructions in this owners guide. CAUTION: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. The compact disc player should not be adjusted or repaired by anyone except properly qualified service personnel. CAUTION: No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on the apparatus. Class 1 laser product
The DVD player contained within the media center is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT according to EN 60825-1:1994 + A11. The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT label is located on the bottom of the media center.
CLASS 1 KLASSE 1 LUOKAN 1 KLASS 1 LASER LASER LASER LASER PRODUCT PRODUKT LAITE APPARAT
Class B emissions limits
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations. Batteries
Please dispose of used batteries properly, following any local regulations. Do not incinerate.
Additional safety information
See the additional instructions on the Important Safety Instructions sheet enclosed in the shipping carton.
2004 Bose Corporation. No part of this work may be reproduced, modified, distributed or otherwise used without prior written permission. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Confidential Unpublished Works. 1992-1997 Dolby Laboratories. All rights reserved. This product contains one or more programs protected under international and U.S. copyright laws as unpublished works. They are confidential and proprietary to Dolby Laboratories. Their reproduction or disclosure, in whole or in part, or the production of derivative works therefrom without the express permission of Dolby Laboratories is prohibited. Copyright 1992-1996 by Dolby Laboratories, Inc. All rights reserved. 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.
Contents Where to find.
Introduction. Welcome. Types of discs you can play. Check for region number compatibility. Glossary of audio terms. Capabilities and Controls. The remote control. If the remote does not work as you expect. The media center. Activating component or progressive scan connections. System Operation. Making it all work together smoothly. To turn on other components. To watch video. To adjust what you see or hear. Loading and playing a DVD. Control options. Using parental controls. Loading and playing a CD. Control options. Using the radio. Changing stations. Setting a station preset. Using the headphone jack. Using the sleep timer. To set the timer. Controlling External Sources. Using your LIFESTYLE remote with other components. For TV control. For cable/satellite control. For VCR (or DVR) control. For AUX control. Designating one video tuner. Changing Source Settings. Making adjustments to a particular source. How to see your options. How to change the settings. Tuner setting options (FM or AM radio). CD setting options. DVD setting options. TV setting options (for VCR, CBL-SAT, and Aux). 28
Capabilities and Controls The remote control
The advanced radio-frequency remote control provided with the LIFESTYLE system works from almost anywhere inside your home. Simply press any button. There is no need to aim the remote at the media center.
Power and mute
Turns the system on and off. Selects the source last used. Mutes the volume for all connected speakers (main and in other rooms). Mutes or unmutes the volume in the current room.
Source and input selection
Turns the system on and selects the built-in disc player as source. Turns the system on and selects the built-in FM/AM radio tuner set to the station last selected. Switches between FM and AM when the radio is on. Turns the system on and selects an AUX source connected to the media center. Turns the system on and selects the TV connected to the media center as source. When the remote has been set to do so*, turns the TV on and off. When the remote has been set to do so, scrolls the TV inputs to select one. The input that connects to the media center is one choice. Turns the system on and selects a cable box or satellite receiver connected to the media center. When the remote has been set to do so*, turns your cable or satellite box on and off. Turns your system on and selects the VCR connected to the media center as the sound source. When the remote has been set to do so*, turns your VCR on and off.
*You can choose to set the LIFESTYLE remote to control your TV, cable or satellite box, or VCR so it will turn those devices on or off. To do that, refer to Using your LIFESTYLE remote with other components on page 18. Until then, however, simply turn on the TV or component using its power button or remote control. 7
Capabilities and Controls
Menu and program selection English
Enters or exits the Settings menu for the current source. Enters or exits the System menu. Enters or exits the menu of the DVD disc that is currently loaded. Enters the main menu of a cable or satellite box. Displays an electronic TV listings guide (if the TV, cable, or satellite provides that option). Exits the Settings and System menus. Exits electronic TV listings.
Tune the FM/AM radio up or down to the next frequency. Selects the previous or next item in a menu list.
Enters submenus or confirms the selection of a menu item.
Move up, down, left, or right in a menu or screen.
Seek backward or forward to the next strong radio station. Skip to the next or previous TV channel, CD track, DVD chapter, or radio preset.
Capabilities and Controls The media center
The CD/DVD tray and system controls are located under the front panel door of the media center. To the right of that is the display window (Figure 1). An IR signal emitter, located under the CD/DVD tray, enables you to control other components using the LIFESTYLE remote. Avoid blocking the emitter, so its signal will have a clear path to other components or reflective surfaces in the room. Figure 1
Front view of the media center Front panel door lifts up Display window Headphone jack
The nine control buttons work as described below.
On/Off Source Volume
Turns the system on or off in the main room only. Selects the source last used when it turns the system on.
Turns off the system and all connected speakers (in all rooms).
Opens/closes the disc tray.
Steps through the available source selections.
Begins DVD play when that option appears selected on screen. Works with the Store button to scan through the system settings options on the media center display. Removes a radio station preset.
Raises the volume of the system and unmutes the speakers (if they were muted). Lowers the volume of the system but does not unmute the source. Copies the tracks from an audio CD to the internal hard drive on the LIFESTYLE 38 and 48 systems only. When the system is off, resets the remote control house code. Works with the Enter button to scan through the system settings options on the media center display.
The media center display window indicates the state of the system, including what source is playing, details of that program, and what option, if any, is selected (Figure 2). When Settings menu items or messages appear in the display, they may scroll to reveal information that does not fit in the two lines available. Figure 2
Sample of information that appears on the media center display
Shuffle Repeat Disc Track Storing
Shows when a CD, MP3 disc, or contents of an MP3 folder are playing in random order. Shows when the track or disc playing is set to repeat. Shows when a disc in the CD/DVD tray is playing. Shows when a track is playing. Shows when CD tracks are being copied to storage on LIFESTYLE 38 or 48 systems only. Lights briefly when a remote control command is received.
Activating component or progressive scan connections
If you have used a component video connection between the media center and the TV, you need to activate settings for the connection, as explained below. With the media center turned off, use the controls on its front panel to follow these steps: 1. 2. Press and hold the Enter button on the media center. While holding the Enter button down, press the Store button. Selections will appear on the media center display each time you press Store. Move up and down using the Volume up and down buttons on the media center console. When Video appears as the selection on the display, release the Store and Enter buttons. Use the Volume up and down buttons to scroll through the Video options. Stop scrolling at the proper selection. For a component connection only, select: -NTSC COMPONENT (in North America) -PAL COMPONENT (outside North America) For a component connection and progressive scan, select NTSC PROGRESSIVE. Note: The system does not support PAL progressive video. 6. With the proper selection made, press Enter to confirm the selection and leave the Video options.
3. 4. 5.
The system is now ready to deliver the DVD video signal you prefer.
System Operation Making it all work together smoothly
By pressing any source button on the LIFESTYLE remote control, you can turn on the system and select that source at the same time. Or, press the On/Off button on the remote control or on the media center control panel. This turns the system on to the source that was last used. To use the system with your TV and other components, review the reminders below. They are provided to help ensure that it all works together smoothly. Note: For information on how to set the remote to operate other components, refer to Using your LIFESTYLE remote with other components on page 18.
To turn on other components
You need to: 1.Turn on the system. 2. 3. Select the source. Turn the source on (if it is an external component).
You can use your LIFESTYLE remote control to do all of that, once you have set it to operate the TV and other components.
To watch video
Your installation choices may require some activation settings, as indicated below. Getting the image to the TV screen: Be sure to select the proper Video input on your TV (consistent with the video input that the media center connects to on the back of the TV). Use the TV Input button on the LIFESTYLE remote control. Using the component video connection option: If you have a component video connection between the TV and the media center, be sure to make that selection on the display of the media center. Until you do, you may see nothing on your screen when you select DVD as the source. Using the progressive scan capability of your TV: Make sure there is a component video connection between the TV and the media center. Be sure to make the Progressive selection on the display of the media center. Until you do, you may see nothing on your screen when you select DVD as the source. For other video components connected to the media center, make sure the component is also connected using a component video adapter. Note: For information on selecting component video or progressive scan on the media center, refer to Activating component or progressive scan connections on page 11.
General System Operation
To adjust what you see or hear
For changes to a particular source: Press the Settings button on the LIFESTYLE remote control. To see your choices on the TV, be sure you have the TV on and its Video input is set for the media center. For details on the changes you can make, refer to Making adjustments to a particular source on page 24. For changes to system operation: Press the System button on the LIFESTYLE remote control. Be sure you have the TV on and its Video input is set for the media center. For details on the changes you can make, refer to Making system adjustments on page 29.
Loading and playing a DVD
The symbols below represent buttons on the LIFESTYLE remote control unless otherwise indicated. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Turn on your television. Press to select the DVD player. If the system is off, this will also turn it on.
Lift up the media center front door and press Insert a DVD into the tray (label side up). Press Press
on its control panel.
again to close the disc tray. to begin play.
You may need to press the play button more than once. Most DVD videos present on-screen selections before the movie begins. Note: Not all DVDs offer the same features. For example, you can choose to display subtitles while watching a movie only if that disc provides subtitle information.
Control options English
If you want to: Pause a DVD movie Resume play Stop a DVD movie Do this: Press Press. again or.
Press once. Then press to continue playing from where the movie stopped. Or, press twice to stop and reset. Then press to restart at the beginning of the DVD. Press up.
Skip to the next chapter
Skip to the previous chapter
Repeat a chapter
while the chapter you want to repeat plays.
Search backward or forward Press and hold
Note: For information on the quick adjustments you can make to DVD settings refer to DVD setting options on page 27. Instructions on how to enter the menu to make those changes are available in How to see your options on page 24.
Using parental controls
The parental control feature of your LIFESTYLE system allows you to restrict access to DVD movies with ratings you find inappropriate for members of your family. Before you can use this feature, you choose a password and a level of restriction in the System menu. To learn more about parental controls refer to on page 34. Note: Refer to Troubleshooting if you have trouble with a password.
Loading and playing a CD
The symbols below represent buttons on the LIFESTYLE remote control unless otherwise indicated. Press to select the CD player and begin playing the CD loaded in the disc tray. This also turns the system on if it is off. To load a disc: 1. 2. 3. Lift up the media center front door and press Insert the audio CD into the tray.
*Some manufacturers use a number of similar device codes. After selecting one, you may find you can turn your TV on and off, but are unable to change channels or select Play or Pause. In that case, select a different device code that provides more control. 19
7. Set the TV to turn on automatically*, as needed: Move up to the System menu categories and over to Video (Figure 6). From the Video options, select TV Power. Move right into the list of choices and up or down to select one of the two below: -Automatic (for TV models that do not use a European style SCART connector) -Euro Connector (for TV models that use a SCART connector) Press the Enter button. Figure 6
Changing the TV Power
Video TV Power: TV Power Status: TV Aspect Ratio: Widescreen DVDs: Video Connector: Video Black Level: Manual TV Not Detected --Component Normal
The Media Center can turn your TV on automatically whenever you select a video source.
*For the Automatic feature to work effectively with North American TV models, the optional TV sensor must be installed and positioned to detect if the TV is on or off. In Europe, a SCART connector serves this purpose. If you do not use a SCART connector, or the TV sensor is not positioned properly, the automatic feature is not an option. In that case, leave the TV power set to Manual. This means you must turn your TV on using its power button or with the LIFESTYLE remote (when it is set to do so). 8. Notice the TV Power Status: TV Detected means the installed TV sensor is working. TV Not Detected means the TV sensor (if installed) is not positioned properly, or a SCART connector is installed. Press System or Exit to leave the System menu. Note: For information on using the TV sensor, refer to Installing the TV on/off detector in your Installation Guide. To check for positioning of the sensor, refer to The media center on page 10
For cable/satellite control
While you can set the LIFESTYLE remote to control both cable and satellite boxes, you must designate one or the other, not both, in the steps below. The one connected to the CBL-SAT input on your media center is the one you should designate. So when you press the CBL-SAT source button and the On/Off button below it, you are operating that device. You can designate the other under AUX Device. Do this only if the device is connected to the AUX input on the media center, or the AUX input is not being used. Note: For general guidelines on using the LIFESTYLE System menu, refer to Using System Menus on page 29. Follow the process below: Turn on the cable or satellite box, whichever you are setting the remote to control. Turn on the TV and be sure to select the Video input on the TV for the media center. Then, using the LIFESTYLE remote control, press the CBL-SAT source button and follow the steps below: 1. Identify the device: From the Remote Control options in the System menu, select CBL/SAT Device. Move right and select either Cable or Satellite by pressing Enter. 2. Identify the brand: In the menu options on the left, select CBL/SAT Brand. Move to the right and up or down in the alphabetical list to locate your brand. Press Enter to select that brand. 3. Select the device code: From the menu options on the left, select CBL/SAT Device Code. Move right to select the first code. Press the CBL/SAT On/Off button on your LIFESTYLE remote. Press that button again. If the Cable or Satellite box turns off and on again, you have chosen the right code. If it does not turn off, select another code, and press the CBL/SAT On/Off button two more times.* When you have chosen the right code, press the Enter button. Press the System or Exit button to leave the System menu. When you complete these settings, you can use the CBL-SAT On/Off button to turn on your Cable or Satellite source and other LIFESTYLE remote buttons to operate it.
Expansion protocol Change this only if instructed in the owners guide supplied with your Bose link remote control.
*The Off option for ADAPTiQ system is not a reversible selection. To restore the ADAPTiQ system adjustments requires re-use of the Setup Disc 2 and the ADAPTiQ headset supplied with the system. For information on this process, refer to Finishing the Installation in your LIFESTYLE Installation Guide. This advanced feature of the LIFESTYLE system makes adjustments to the audio processing to compensate for the furnishings, speaker placement, and listening positions to provide the most ideal sound in your room.
Using System Menus Video options
Press the System button on the LIFESTYLE remote control. Move right to see a preview of video features. Press the Enter button to move into an active display of submenus. Figure 13
Video Select Video to adjust these system options TV Power TV Power Status TV Aspect Ratio Widescreen DVDs Video Connector Video Black Level Video Format Progressive Scan
Important Note: DO NOT change settings for Component video or Progressive scan in the System menu. Doing so can cause your TV screen to go blank, making completion of the process difficult. Instead refer to Activating component or progressive scan connections on page 11.
Active Display Item TV Power
Default Settings; Options
Automatic TV turns on automatically when a video source is selected.* Manual TV does not come on automatically. Euro TV responds to SCART connector input. TV Not Detected Indicates: TV Sensor not installed or not positioned correctly. TV On Indicates: TV Sensor installed and functioning properly. Normal 4:3 ratio screen display. Widescreen 16:9 ratio widescreen display. Modified DVD video reformats, as needed, to fit a 4:3 TV screen. Unmodified DVD video does not reformat automatically. Composite, S-VIDEO System works with composite and/or S-video TV connection. Component System works with component TV connection. Normal Screen black level generally appropriate for TVs. Extended Reduces screen black level, appropriate for certain TVs. NTSC Correct for NTSC (U.S. standard) monitors. PAL Correct for PAL (European standard) monitors. Off Screen image repaints in standard style. On Screen image repaints in advanced style (if available on the TV). *With most TV models, the TV sensor must be installed and positioned to detect if the TV is on or off. In Europe, a SCART connector communicates with the TV. If your system setup is different from either of these, using the automatic feature is not an option. Note: For information on using the TV sensor, refer to Installing the TV on/off detector in your Installation Guide.
TV Power Status (not a setting) TV Aspect Ratio Widescreen DVDs Video Connector (See Important Note above.) Video Black Level Video Format Progressive Scan (See Important Note above.)
Using System Menus Media center options
Press the System button on the LIFESTYLE remote control. Move right to see a preview of media center features. Press the Enter button to move into an active display of submenus. Figure 14
Media Center preview
Media Center Select Media Center to adjust these system options Display Brightness Display Language Optical Source Digital Audio Format Widescreen DVDs Tuner Spacing Restore Settings
Active Display Item Display Brightness Display Language
4 Media center display lights with a mid-range brightness. 1 to 7 Darkens or lightens the media center display (7 = brightest). English On-screen display menus appear in the selected language. Dansk, Deutsch, Espanol, Francais, Italiano, Nederlands, Svenska None No digital signal received via optical cable. TV, VCR, CBL/SAT, AUX Digital signal received via optical cable for selected source. Original No processing applied for signals sent to rear panel digital audio jacks. PCM Increases digital audio compatibility with other devices. U.S., European Channel spacing for AM/FM radio stations set to selected region standard. No User settings, if any, modify system operation. Yes Overwrites user settings and adjustments with the original settings established at the factory.
Optical Source Digital Audio Format
Tuner Spacing Restore Settings
Using System Menus Remote control options
Press the System button on the LIFESTYLE remote control. Move right to see a preview of remote control features. Press the Enter button to move into an active display of submenus. Figure 15
Remote Control preview
Remote Control Select Remote Control to adjust these system options CBL/SAT Device IR Control CBL/SAT Brand TV Tuner CBL/SAT Device Code TV Brand AUX Device TV Device Code AUX Brand VCR Brand AUX Device Code VCR Device Code
Active Display Item IR Control
Off System does not allow IR control by another remote or does not teach IR commands to a learning remote. Teach System sends out IR commands, in response to the LIFESTYLE remote buttons pressed, to teach another remote to operate the system. On System receives IR commands from another remote that has been taught to operate the system. CBL/SAT Selected device serves as channel tuner for TV and other video devices. TV, VCR Brand name Identifies the TV brand for the LIFESTYLE remote control to operate. Code number Identifies the IR code for the system to send to the TV. Brand name Identifies the VCR or DVR brand for the remote. Code number Identifies the IR code for the system to send to the VCR. Cable Identifies which of two devices for the LIFESTYLE remote control to Satellite operate. Brand name Identifies the cable or satellite box brand for the remote control. Code number Identifies the IR code for the system to send to the cable or satellite box. Changer Identifies which type of device for the LIFESTYLE remote to operate. Satellite, Cable, DVR, TV, VCR Brand name Identifies the AUX device brand for the remote. Code number Identifies the IR code for the system to send to the AUX device. Press the System button on the LIFESTYLE remote control. Move right to see a preview of DVD Lock choices. Press the Enter button to move into an active display of submenus.
TV Tuner TV Brand TV Device Code VCR Brand VCR Device Code CBL/SAT Device CBL/SAT Brand CBL/SAT Device Code AUX Device
AUX Brand AUX Device Code
Using System Menus DVD Lock options
Press the System button on the LIFESTYLE remote control. Move right to see a preview of DVD Lock choices. Press the Enter button to move into an active display of submenus. Figure 16
DVD Lock Menu
DVD Lock Select Remote Control to adjust these system options
Create/Change Password Confirm Password Lock Unrated Discs Lock Discs Rated Above
Active Display Item Change Password Create Password (appears only if no password has been set) Confirm Password Lock Unrated Discs Lock Discs Rated Above
_ _ _ _ Establishes a new four-number code to restrict access to movies with certain ratings. _ _ _ _ Establishes a four-number code to restrict access to movies with certain ratings. _ _ _ _ Re-enter the four-number password. Off No restriction applies to unrated DVD movies. On Restricts viewing access to unrated titles when password is set. 1 to 8 Prevents viewing of discs above the selected number when a password is created.
Applying parental control
The parental control feature of the LIFESTYLE system lets you restrict viewing of DVD videos with certain ratings. To activate this feature, you need to set a level of restriction and establish a password in the DVD Lock section of the System menu. Your password will 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), as shown in the table on page 36.
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
For example, by choosing a Parental Control Setting of 4, you restrict access to videos rated above PG-13. Videos with ratings above that may be viewed only after entering the password. Your password also prevents others from changing the parental control setting without permission. To set the restriction level and passwords With the TV turned on, select the proper TV video input for the media center. Press the System button on the LIFESTYLE remote control. When the System menu appears on the TV screen: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Move right to DVD Lock for a preview of the selections (Figure 16 on page 35). Press the Down arrow or Enter button to move into an active display of submenus, which looks different from the preview screen. Use the number buttons on your LIFESTYLE remote to enter four digits into the password blanks. Press Enter to register your choice. Enter the same four digits in the new blanks and press Enter to register them. Select Lock Discs Rated Above. Move right and up or down to select the restriction level you want. Press Enter or the left arrow to confirm your selection and move out of the selection list.
Reference Remote control maintenance
Changing the batteries as needed is the only regular maintenance required. However, the switches inside the remote battery case may be changed, as needed. Additional remotes for use in other rooms may need their switches changed, too. For that, refer to Bose link remote switch settings on page 39.
Replacing the remote control batteries
Replace all four batteries when the remote control stops operating or its range seems reduced. Alkaline batteries are recommended. 1. 2. 3. Figure 17
Installing the remote control batteries AAA batteries (4)
+ + + +
Slide open the battery compartment on the back of the remote (Figure 17). Insert four AAA or IEC-LR3 1.5V batteries, or the equivalent, as shown. Match the + and symbols on the batteries with the + and markings inside the compartment. Slide the battery compartment cover back into place.
Battery compartment Battery compartment cover
Changing house code settings
Each LIFESTYLE remote control uses a house code that corresponds to the house code set in the media center, enabling the two to communicate. If another LIFESTYLE system nearby creates a conflict with your system, you can easily set a new house code in your media center and its remote control(s) with steps that follow. Using the remote control: 1. 2. Open the remote control battery cover and locate the miniature switches (Figure 18 on page 38). Move one or more of switches 1, 2, 3, or 4 in the opposite direction from its current setting. Use a paper clip, ball point pen, or similar object.
Note: DO NOT change any other switch settings. Moving other switches may disable your remote control. 3. Replace the battery cover.
Using the media center: 1. 2. Lift the media center door and press the All Off button. Press and hold the Store button. Your current house code will appear in the media center display window in the form of four rectangles, which represent the positions of switches 1 through 4: HOUSE CODE:
Switches 1 - 4 down = (current house code)
While holding the Store button, press any button on the remote control. The media center displays the new house code, which confirms its recognition of the new code: NEW HOUSE CODE:
(Switch 1 up, 2 down, 3 up, and 4 down = (new house code)
Release the Store button. The system remains off. If you have additional remote controls, change the switches to match those of the first remote control by following steps 1-3 above. You do not need to repeat steps 4-8.
Note: To verify your systems house code, press Store while the system is off. The display confirms the settings of switches 1-4. Figure 18
Miniature house code switches on the Main room (A) remote Switches (1-4) As set at the factory: all switches down.
Switch 5 determines what stream or program you hear. For more information on streams, refer to Setting up a second room with sound below. Switches 6-9 represent the room where the remote will be used. In the main room, the remote is set as Room A with all switches down.
For a Bose link remote in another room
Switches 1-4 need to match those switch settings in your main remote. Set switches 5-9 for the room where you will use the Bose link remote.
Setting up a second room with sound
Your LIFESTYLE DVD home entertainment system can direct sound to more than one room at the same time. Whats more, it can even direct sound from two different sound sources (such as CD, AM/FM tuner, TAPE, or AUX) to these rooms through two independent streams. In other rooms with speakers (beyond the main room where the media center is located), you can choose either of these streams from different sources, for true independence. If the system is on in the main room, listeners in other rooms can enjoy the same program playing there or an entirely different program. Capable of supplying up to 14 addiitonal rooms with Bose sound, one LIFESTYLE system can fill your entire living space with music.
Bose link: the key to assured compatibility
One option is using a Bose product you already own, if you want the sound in just one additional room. As a second option that can provide sound throughout your home (or even outside!), the Bose link network connects all the pieces and offers a variety of Bose products of consistent quality for use in the other rooms. These include smaller Bose systems, powered and unpowered speakers and amplifiers, plus the proper cables and adapters to complete your sound network. And by purchasing a Bose link remote control for each additional room, managing your whole-house music system becomes quick and easy. Inside these remotes, one small switch allows you to predetermine which rooms, as a group, will share the main room program stream and which other room or group of rooms will hear the alternate stream. For more versatility, you may prefer using a PERSONAL music center II remote control in your other rooms. Besides providing the ability to switch between program streams without setting switches, this advanced remote provides an LCD screen that shows you what is playing on both steams. So it is very easy to choose one or the other whenever you like. Regardless of which type you choose, with any Bose link remote control you also get detailed instructions on using the network. And a Bose link symbol on the cartons (for the products mentioned above) helps simplify your selections. For more information on your choices, or to purchase additional equipment, contact your local Bose dealer. Or, to reach Bose directly, refer to the address list included with the system.
Bose link remote switch settings
These settings are for use only with remote controls that have switches inside the battery compartment.* Make sure the house code switches (1, 2, 3, and 4) match those on your main remote. For switch 5, determine if you want the room grouped with the main room (A), so it receives the same program heard there. If you do not change switch 5, the room will receive the same program stream as is heard in the main room (A). If you set switch 5 up ( ), the room will receive a different stream than the main room (A).
*For the PERSONAL music center II remote control, the settings above are made in a menu on the display screen. 39
Reference Taking care of your LIFESTYLE system
Caring for your system may include: Cleaning the systems enclosures Cleaning your compact discs and DVDs Replacing the remote control batteries
Cleaning the media center
Use only a soft, dry cloth to clean the outside of the media center. Do not use any solvents, chemicals, or cleaning solutions containing alcohol, ammonia, or abrasives. Do not allow liquids to spill into any openings. Do not use any sprays near the system.
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 system. 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 grille panels require no special care, although you may vacuum them carefully, if necessary.
Handle discs by their edges to prevent fingerprints and scratches (Figure 19). To remove stains or fingerprints from the surface of a disc, use a soft, lint-free, dry cloth. Wipe in straight movements from the center of the disc to the outside. Do not use any chemical products; they can damage the disc. Do not write on or attach labels to the surface of the disc. To minimize exposure to dust and dirt, replace discs in their cases after use. Store each disc in its case, out of direct sunlight, high temperatures, and humidity. Figure 19
Handling and cleaning a disc
Your LIFESTYLE home theater system is covered by a transferable limited warranty. See your product registration card for details. Please be sure to fill out the information section on the card and mail it to Bose.
Problem System doesnt do anything What to do Make sure the power connector is inserted securely into the media center, the power cord is inserted securely into the Acoustimass module, and the power pack and power cord are fully plugged into operating AC wall outlets. Be sure to press a source button (CD/DVD, AM/FM, etc.) on the LIFESTYLE remote control. Unplug the media center power supply for 60 seconds, then reconnect it. This allows the unit to reset itself after a power surge or power interruption. Increase the volume. Check to see if MUTE is lit on the display. If it is, press the Mute button on the remote control to unmute the sound. Make sure that the power switch on the Acoustimass module is set to ON (I). Make sure that the audio input cable: - connector is firmly seated in the media center Main Speaker jack - multi-pin connector at the other end is firmly seated in the Acoustimass module AUDIO INPUT jack. Check connections between the cube speakers and the module. Turn the media center off for 60 seconds, then on again, to restore communication between the media center and the speakers. Check the connections for any external components. Make sure that you have pressed the correct remote button for the source you want to hear. For CD or DVD play, be sure the disc is placed correctly, label-side up, in the disc tray. Connect the FM and AM antennas. Make sure that the power switch on the Acoustimass module is set to ON (I). Make sure the center speaker cable is connected at both ends. Select 3- or 5-speaker mode. Decrease the Center Channel setting. Select 5-speaker mode. Increase the Surround setting for the source being played. Make sure the video sound source is stereo and surround-encoded, and the component used (TV, VCR, DVR, etc.) is stereo. Decrease the Surround setting for the source being played. Make sure that the left and right front speakers are connected to the front speaker jacks (blue) and the left and right surround speakers are connected to the surround speaker jacks (orange). Check batteries and their polarity (+ and ). Move the remote (or the media center) a few feet to avoid an area of dead spots. Make sure the power cable between the media center and its power source is firmly seated, uncoiled, and extended to its full length. Make sure the remote control and media center house codes match. Install a remote control extender. Change the house code setting to prevent signals from conflicting with another nearby LIFESTYLE system.
HOME ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEMS
Please read this guide
Please take the time to follow the instructions in this guide carefully. It will help you set up and operate your system properly and enjoy all of its advanced features. Please save this guide for future reference. WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electrical shock, do not expose the product to rain or moisture. WARNING: The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing, and objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall not be placed on the apparatus. As with any electronic products, use care not to spill liquids into any part of the system. Liquids can cause a failure and/or a fire hazard.
These CAUTION marks are located on your LIFESTYLE media center and Acoustimass module enclosures: The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangle alerts the user to the presence of uninsulated, dangerous voltage within the system enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electrical shock. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle, as marked on the system, is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance instructions in this owners guide. !
Class 1 laser product
This CD/DVD player is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT according to EN 60825-1:1994+A1+A2, IEC60825-1:1993+A1+A2.
CLASS 1 KLASSE 1 LUOKAN 1 KLASS 1
LASER LASER LASER LASER
PRODUCT PRODUKT LAITE APPARAT
CAUTION: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. The compact disc player should not be adjusted or repaired by anyone except properly qualified service personnel. CAUTION: Make no modifications to the system or accessories. Unauthorized alterations may compromise safety, regulatory compliance, and system performance. WARNING: No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on the apparatus.
Class B emissions
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations (Canada only). If applicable, the radio communication device incorporated into this apparatus meets all requirements of the! Industry Canada standard RSS-310 (Canada only). This product conforms to the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC and to the Low Voltage Directive ! 73/23/EEC. The remote control conforms to the RTTE Directive 99/5/EC. The complete ! Declaration of Conformity can be found at www.bose.com/static/compliance/index.html. Please dispose of used batteries properly, following any local regulations. Do not incinerate.! Note: Where the mains plug or appliance coupler is used as the disconnect device, such disconnect device shall remain readily operable. Note: The product must be used indoors. It is neither designed nor tested for use outdoors, in recreation vehicles, or on boats. Note: This product is intended to be used only with the power supply provided.
Additional safety information
See the additional instructions on the Important Safety Information sheet enclosed in the shipping carton.
INTRODUCTION SYSTEM PLACEMENT BASIC SYSTEM CONNECTIONS OPTIONAL CONNECTIONS AND ADDITIONS REFERENCE
Before you begin. Using this guide for your setup. Getting additional assistance. Unpacking the carton. System parts. Supplied cables and accessories.
Positioning your media center. Placing the five cube speakers around your room. Deciding where you want the center speaker. Arranging the left and right front speakers. Positions for the two rear speakers. Choosing a location for the Acoustimass module. Hearing the results of proper placement.
BASIC SYSTEM CONNECTIONS
Connecting speaker cables to the module. Connecting the Jewel Cube speakers. Connecting single cube or cube array speakers. Connecting the speakers to the module. Connecting the module to the media center. Adding antennas for radio reception. FM antenna. AM antenna. Cable radio. Connecting your TV for viewing DVDs. Using a SCART adapter. Connecting audio for your TV sound. Setting the TV properly is important. Completing the system power connections. Installing the remote control batteries. Making sure the sound is as good as it gets. Using System Setup Disc 1. Using Disc 2 for ADAPTiQ audio calibration. Taking the next steps. Installing the TV on/off sensor.
OPTIONAL CONNECTIONS AND ADDITIONS
Using this guide for your setup
This guide provides information for: Selecting locations for the media center, speakers, and Acoustimass module Identifying and connecting the system parts Using the provided discs to confirm setup and performance Connecting optional audio and video equipment to the system Your other equipment may include: PVR or DVR (a personal or digital video recorder) Cable or satellite box DVD changer VCR (a video cassette recorder) Game console Recording equipment
For system expansion into other rooms If you are ready to expand the system sound to other rooms, you may want to familiarize yourself with special considerations for Enjoying your system in other rooms on page 39 before you begin making connections.
Getting additional assistance
Bose also provides an online interactive guide and illustrations geared to help with specific system setups. Please visit this website at: owners.bose.com. Note: At this time, the website mentioned above is provided in English only. For your specific questions or help in assessing a problem, be sure to contact Bose directly. Refer to the address list provided in the carton.
Unpacking the carton
Carefully unpack your system and save all of the packing materials, which provide the safest means for shipping or transporting. If any product part 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. Note: Now is a good time to locate the serial numbers for your system, on the bottom of the media center and near the connection panel on the Acoustimass module. For future reference, we suggest that you copy those numbers onto For Your Records on page 4.
Verify that your system includes the following main parts (Figure 1). Figure 1
System parts Media center Acoustimass module
Media center power supply
Rubber feet for Acoustimass module Remote control (1) or
For LIFESTYLE 18, 28, & 35 Series II systems LIFESTYLE 18 Series II system
For LIFESTYLE 38 & 48 systems LIFESTYLE 35 Series II & LIFESTYLE 48 systems
Disc tray Make sure nothing blocks ! this CD/DVD tray as it slides open.
IR emitter Make sure nothing impedes it from sending signals to other components in the room.
Placing the five cube speakers around your room
When you place your speakers according to the guidelines that follow, they provide the audio atmosphere of a home theater. If you like, experiment with the placement and orientation of the speakers to produce the sound most pleasing to you. Bose offers a variety of speaker mounting accessories, including stands and wall ! brackets. For more information, or to purchase accessories, contact your local Bose ! dealer or visit www.bose.com. To contact Bose directly, refer to the address list provided in the carton. CAUTION: Choose a stable and level surface for each speaker. Vibration can cause speakers to move, particularly on smooth surfaces like marble, glass, or highly polished wood.
Deciding where you want the center speaker
The center speaker sound should seem to come directly from the center of the picture. The provided cable allows it to be up to 20 feet (6.1 meters) from the Acoustimass module. 1. 2. Place the center speaker in an upright position, directly above or below the center of the TV screen or as close to that as possible. Align the front of the speaker with the front edge of the TV screen. SYSTEM PLACEMENT
CAUTION: Attach the supplied rubber feet (or pad) to its bottom surface before placing a center speaker on top of your TV. This provides stability and prevents shifting from vibration.To obtain additional rubber feet, contact Bose Customer Service. Refer to the Bose address list included with your system.
Arranging the left and right front speakers
Place one speaker to the left and one to the right of the TV (Figure 4). Keep each speaker within 3 feet (1 meter) of the TV screen to prevent too much separation of the sound from the picture. Vary this distance to suit your room conditions and personal preference. If any front speakers will be in a bookcase unit, be sure to position them at the front edge ! of the shelf. Placing them farther back can change the tonal quality of the sound. Place the speakers up to 20 feet (6.1 meters) from the Acoustimass module, which is the length of the front speaker cables. Rotate the top cube of each speaker array (or the single cube) toward the wall or ! another hard surface to create reflected sound. For a view of this effect, refer to Figure 5 on page 10. Figure 4
Placing your speakers properly is the first step to getting the full, rich, Bose quality sound this system is designed to provide (Figure 6). Figure 6
Results of proper Jewel Cube or cube speaker array placement Center (C) Left front (L) Right front (R) Acoustimass module
Left rear (LR)
Right rear (RR)
Results of proper single cube speaker placement Left front (L) Center (C)
Right front (R)
For further validation of your setup you can rely on the two discs provided with the system. Disc 1 helps verify placement of the speakers, while Disc 2 walks you through use of the ADAPTiQ audio calibration system. Its custom equalization adjusts the audio to compensate for room furnishings, speaker placement, and the location of listeners in your room.
Connecting speaker cables to the module
Your LIFESTYLE DVD system includes five small speakers. The type of speakers in your ! system determines how the supplied cables connect to them. BASIC SYSTEM CONNECTIONS For Jewel Cube speakers, follow the instructions below. For single cube or cube array speakers, follow the instructions on page 13.
Connecting the Jewel Cube speakers
The supplied cables feature a plug-in connector that ensures proper polarity (+ to + and ! to ) connections.
Jewel Cube speaker
Use the supplied 20-ft (6.1 m) cables for the three front speakers. Use the supplied 50-ft (15.2 m) cables for the speakers at the rear of your room. ! After running these cables to the rear of your room, you can unzip them by simply pulling them apart. This makes it is easy to reach each of the rear speakers. To make the connections:
Jewel Cube horizontal center speaker
Notice the marking on each cable plug and match it to the speaker in that location: Front speaker cable plugs have L (left), R (right), and C (center) markings. Rear speaker cable plugs have LR (left rear) and RR (right rear) markings.
2. 3. Figure 8
Plug-in connections to these speakers
Orient the plug with its small knob up, so the plug slips easily into a notch on top of the jack on the back of each speaker (Figure 8). Insert the plug fully into the jack on the rear of its respective speaker.! For example, the plug marked L connects to the speaker at the left front of your room.
R, L, RR, or LR
Follow the instructions on page 13 to connect each cable to the corresponding jack on the Acoustimass module.
Connecting single cube or cube array speakers
These speakers feature red and white connection terminals on the back of each speaker. Be sure to match the red-collared wire to the red terminal, to maintain positive-to-positive (+ to +) connections.
Cube array speaker
Use the supplied 20-ft (6.1 m) cables for the three front speakers. Use the supplied 50-ft (15.2 m) cables for the speakers at the rear of your room. ! After running these cables to the rear of your room, you can pull them apart to reach each of the rear speakers. To make the connections: Notice a label on each red-collared wire that matches it to the proper speaker (Figure 9a).! L for the speaker at the left front C for the speaker at the center front R for the speaker at the right front 2. Press the terminal tab to insert each wire into the proper jack (Figure 9b).
Connecting your TV for viewing DVDs
Note: If you use a SCART connector (used in Europe), the information below does not apply. Refer, instead, to Using a SCART adapter on page 18. On your media center, connect the Composite Video Out to the Video input jack on your TV (Figure 14). 1. 2. Use the supplied video cable with a single yellow RCA connector on each end. Notice which TV Video input you used, such as VIDEO 1 or VIDEO 3.! You may want to write it down for future reference. TV connection panel Note:
Your TV rear panel may look significantly different. It may have fewer jacks. Yellow
Composite video connection of a TV to the media center
You may now: Proceed to Completing the system power connections on page 21. Read and consider Connecting audio for your TV sound on page 19. Refer to Optional Connections and Additions on page 26 for information on connecting other equipment to the system. Note: For information on how to set the LIFESTYLE remote to control the TV, refer to your Operating Guide.
Using a SCART adapter
BASIC SYSTEM CONNECTIONS The SCART adapter, for use with a SCART connector on a TV (of European manufacture), has five connectors that plug into media center (Figure 15). Use the appropriate setting on the connector, according to the type of connection you make: The connector is currently set for a Composite connection (V-IN). Set it for S-Video (a higher quality image) if your TV accepts that type of video signal (S-IN). Note: If you see only black and white on your TV screen after setting the SCART connector for S-Video, set the connector back to Composite video (V-IN). Figure 15
SCART connection with switch set for Composite video
TV connection panel
TV sensor jack White TV Audio IN jacks Video OUT
Media center Red connection panel
Composite setting Pass-through connector for TV sensor S-Video connector Composite connector (yellow)
You may now: Read and consider Connecting audio for your TV sound on page 19. Proceed to Completing the system power connections on page 21. Refer to Optional Connections and Additions on page 26 for information on connecting other equipment to the system. Note: For information on how to set the LIFESTYLE remote to control the TV, refer to your Operating Guide.
Connecting audio for your TV sound
You should make this connection if you: Change channels using your TV remote while viewing TV programs or cable that is ! connected directly to your TV (with no cable box). Connect the audio from other components, like a camcorder or game console, directly to your TV. You do not need this connection if you: Use a set-top box (a cable box, for example) for TV viewing and changing channels, instead of your TV controls. Do not connect the audio from other components directly to your TV. Own a TV that does not have Audio Output jacks (as shown here).! If you need to connect another component (a game console, for example) directly to this TV, be sure to connect the audio from this component to the Audio In jacks on the media center. Then you can hear the sound from this component on your LIFESTYLE system speakers. To skip the instructions below, move to Completing the system power connections on page 21. To connect the TV audio Use the supplied stereo audio cable that has two RCA connectors at each end. One is white and the other is red. 1. 2. On the rear of your TV, insert the RCAs at one end of the cable into the left (L) and right (R) audio output jacks. Match white to L and red to R. Match the colored RCAs at the other end of the cable to the TV Audio IN jacks on the media center: white in the L jack and red in the R (Figure 16).
TV connection panel Red (R) White (L) White Red
Audio connection between the media center and TV
Audio cable White Red
BE SURE ! to read the next page: Setting the TV properly is important
Setting the TV properly is important
To hear your TV audio through your LIFESTYLE system speakers, the internal speakers in your TV should be turned off. BASIC SYSTEM CONNECTIONS The following describes the most common ways to make these changes to your TV. Be sure to refer to the owners guide that came with your TV for instructions specific to your brand. Choosing Speakers Off and Fixed Audio Most TVs have a setup menu option for turning off speakers. Using your TV setup menu: 1. 2. 3. 4. Using your TV remote, display the audio menu on your TV screen. ! In most cases, this can be done by pressing the Menu button and selecting Audio. Locate the Speakers On/Off menu item and select Speakers Off. Locate the Audio Output item and select Fixed. Exit the audio menu on your TV screen.
Notes: If your TV does not provide Fixed Audio as an option, but you were able to turn off the internal speakers, set your TV volume to about 80% of the maximum. If your TV provides both Fixed and Variable audio out jacks, be sure to use those marked FIX. If your TV does not have a menu setting, follow the instruction below to use the on/off switch, which is small and may be difficult to locate. Using your TV speaker on/off switch: 1. Set the switch to the OFF position. 2. Adjust the TV volume to about 80% of the maximum. Refer to the owners guide provided with your TV for further information on settings and switches.
Completing the system power connections
Note: Bose recommends using a high-quality surge suppressor on all electronics equipment. Voltage variations and spikes can damage electronic components in any system. A quality suppressor can eliminate the vast majority of failures attributed to surges and may be purchased at electronics stores. Connect the two AC power (mains) cords in the following order: 1. 2. Figure 17
Power connection for the Acoustimass module AC power jack
On the connector panel of the Acoustimass module, plug the appropriate end of the ! Acoustimass module power cord into the AC power jack (Figure 17). Insert the other end of the power cord into the AC (mains) outlet.
AC (mains) outlet Acoustimass module connector panel Power cord
If you have not yet plugged the small round connector of the media center power supply cord into the DC POWER jack on the media center connection panel, do so now ! (Figure 18).
Power connection for the media center
DC power jack
Fully extended power cord provides remote control antenna
Power cable Media center power supply
AC (mains) outlet
Note: For dual voltage units (sold in certain areas), MAKE SURE the voltage setting on the bottom of the media center power supply matches the local power rating (Figure 18). Check with local electrical authorities if you are not sure of the appropriate power rating. 4. 5. On the media center power supply, insert the small end of the AC power cable into the power jack. Plug the other end of the power cable into an AC (mains) outlet.
Installing the remote control batteries
On the rear of the remote: BASIC SYSTEM CONNECTIONS 1. 2. Slide the battery compartment cover from the end. Notice the polarity markings (+ and ) inside the compartment and match them with markings on each of the four batteries as you insert them into the compartment ! (Figure 19). Slide the cover back on the remote until it snaps shut.
Note: Do not change the settings of the factory-preset miniature switches inside the battery compartment. They should be changed only as directed in the Reference section of the Operating Guide. Figure 19
Remote control battery installation Four (4) AAA (IEC-LR3) batteries Battery compartment cover
Replace all four batteries when the remote control stops operating or its range seems reduced. Alkaline batteries are recommended. Note: For information on how to set the LIFESTYLE remote to control the TV, refer to your Operating Guide.
Making sure the sound is as good as it gets
Your system comes with two compact discs (Figure 20). Using them is the final step to ! basic installation of your new LIFESTYLE DVD home entertainment system. BASIC SYSTEM CONNECTIONS Use Setup Disc 1 to verify that your speakers are connected correctly and for other tips you may find useful. Use Setup Disc 2 to follow the ADAPTiQ audio calibration process, which tailors the sound of your LIFESTYLE system very specifically to the acoustics in your room. The special headset, designed to be worn above your ears, takes acoustic measurements for you during the process. Put on the headset only when prompted by Disc 2. Figure 20
Setup discs and ADAPTiQ audio calibration system Setup Disc 1 ADAPTiQ audio calibration system Setup Disc 2
ADAPTiQ calibration headset
Play both discs when all of the speakers are where you want them, your furnishings are arranged as intended, and all of the system connections are completed. Allow approximately 30 minutes to complete the process. Begin the process when you are unlikely to be disturbed and when the acoustic measurement tones (not loud, just weird) are unlikely to disturb anyone else.
Using System Setup Disc 1
1. 2. Use the TV remote to turn on your television. Select the TV Video input used to connect to the media center.
Note: If you wrote down which input you used, you may want to refer to that. 3. 4. 5. 6. Lift up the media center front cover and press Open/Close on the control panel. Insert Setup Disc 1 into the tray (label side up) and press Open/Close again. Using the remote control, press the CD/DVD button. Listen carefully as the disc begins to play and follow the simple instructions until Disc 1 tells you it is time to play Disc 2.
Using Disc 2 for ADAPTiQ audio calibration
Replace Disc 1 with Disc 2 in the disc tray and continue with the steps that follow: 1. Connect the ADAPTiQ calibration headset to the AUX jacks on the connection panel of the media center as shown in Figure 21 on page 24.
BASIC SYSTEM CONNECTIONS Figure 21
Using the ADAPTiQ calibration headset
Put on the headset so it rests above your ears. In this position, it can listen (as you would) and take sampling measurements in your room during the ADAPTiQ audio calibration process. Follow the calibration process as directed on the TV screen.
For online assistance in making additional connections, or choosing the most appropriate means to connect your specific TV, please visit our website: owners.bose.com. Note: At this time, the website mentioned above is provided in English only. OPTIONAL CONNECTIONS AND ADDITIONS
Determining the options for your setup
Besides the analog audio and composite video connections from the TV to the media center (shown earlier in this guide), there are other options that can provide better performance. However, your choices depend on: the type of TV you own any other audio and video components you want in your home theater system setup the cables you have on hand or are willing to buy to connect the following: PVR or DVR (a personal or digital video recorder) Cable or satellite box DVD changer VCR (a video cassette recorder) Game console Recording equipment
To determine how you will connect and use added components, read the sections that follow.
Making other audio connections
There are two types of audio connections you can make for adding components: Analog connections, the most commonly used, require an ! analog cable with white and red connectors at each end. One such cable (shown on the right) is provided with the system.! Digital connections require either coaxial digital cable (with a single RCA connector at each end) or optical cable (with a special square connector at each end). If your digital components do not include cables, you can find these cables in consumer ! electronics retail stores.
White Coaxial digital cable Optical digital cable
Note: When using a digital audio connection, be sure to maintain your analog connection, too. In this way, you ensure continuous sound when a digital signal is absent or interrupted. It also supports the use of a Bose link connection for expansion into other rooms.
Choosing digital audio
If your TV, VCR, tape deck, or AUX component has the proper output jacks, you can ! make a digital audio connection to the media center (Figure 23). Figure 23
Digital audio and other media center panel connections
Media center connector panel OPTIONAL CONNECTIONS AND ADDITIONS
Optical Digital Audio IN jack
Coaxial Digital Audio IN jacks
For a coaxial connection, use a 75-"hm cable with RCA connectors. Connect it to the ! Digital jack for that component: TV, CBL/SAT, VCR, or AUX. For an optical connection, insert an optical digital cable (with a square connector) into the Optical IN on the media center rear panel. Note: To make digital recordings from a connected optical component, connect another optical cable to the Optical OUT jacks on the media center rear panel. Activating an optical connection Before you can listen to a source connected to the Optical IN jack on the media center, you MUST activate that connection: 1. 2. Turn on your TV. On the LIFESTYLE system remote control, press System. ! Use the arrows to move around the on-screen menu and press Enter to make selections: A. On the TV screen, move right to Media Center and press Enter. B. Move down the menu to Optical Source and press Enter. C. Select the component that is connected to the media center using optical cable. D. Press Enter to confirm this setting. E. Press Exit to leave the System menu. This completes activation of your optical ! connection.
TV and media center connections for a cable or satellite box From cable, satellite, or antenna To another component, like a VCR Yellow A. B.
Cable or satellite connector panel
S-Video connector Video RCA connector (yellow)
TV connector panel
S-Video cable Composite video cable
Composite video cable Audio cable with 2 RCA connectors (red and white) S-Video cable A.
Note: Your components may look different from those shown above. The connection jacks and labels also may differ.
Media center connector panel
Video RCA connector (yellow)
Connecting a VCR in addition to cable/satellite
If you are connecting more than one additional component to the media center, you may want to use an optional VS-1 accessory, offered by Bose to simplify these connections. Note: For information about the optional Bose VS-1 video expander, refer to Accessories on page 40. Making these connections requires use of coaxial, S-Video, and composite cables. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Use coaxial cable to connect the cable or satellite box to the VCR (Figure 27). Use the S-Video cable to connect the Video Out from your cable or satellite box to the ! one S-Video jack for Video IN on the media center. Use a composite video cable (with a yellow RCA connector at each end) to connect the VCR Video Out to the media center composite (yellow) Video IN. Connect the S-Video and Composite Video OUT jacks from the media center to ! Video In jacks on the TV. Connect them to different inputs. When your LIFESTYLE remote is set to control the TV, use the TV Input button to select the proper TV Video input for the VCR or cable/satellite picture.
If you must connect both S-Video and composite cables to the same set of Video input jacks on the TV, you also must turn off one of the two connected components to watch the other. Figure 27
VCR and cable or satellite box connections to the media center and TV From cable, satellite, or antenna For optional connection to another component, like a VCR Coaxial cable
Cable or satellite connector panel TV connector panel
S-Video cable for cable/satellite
Composite video cable for VCR
Composite video cable
Note: Your components may look different from those shown above. The connection jacks and labels also may differ. Media center connector panel
Connecting a DVR in addition to cable/satellite
This requires making both S-Video and composite connections (Figure 27). 1. 2. Use the coaxial cable to connect the cable or satellite box to the DVR. Make the DVR audio connection: OPTIONAL CONNECTIONS AND ADDITIONS Connect the L and R Audio output jacks from the DVR to the L and R Audio IN for VCR on the media center. To use the DVR features, be sure to select the VCR source using your LIFESTYLE remote control. 3. Make the video connection: Make EITHER a composite (A) or an S-Video (B) connection from the DVR to the media center and use this SAME type of connection from the media center to a TV Video input (Figure 28). A. If the DVR has only a Composite video output jack, connect that to the ! Composite Video IN jack on the media center. B. If the DVR has an S-Video output jack, connect it to the S-Video IN jack on the media center. Then use another S-Video cable to connect the S-Video OUT jack on the media center to a Video input jack on the TV. 4. Make an optional audio connection from the cable or satellite box: Connect the L and R Audio output jacks from the cable or satellite box to the L and R Audio IN for CBL-SAT on the media center. To use cable or satellite box menus (for Pay Per View or Video on Demand), be sure to select the SAT source using your LIFESTYLE remote control. Figure 28
DVR and cable or satellite box connections to the media center and TV From cable, satellite, or antenna For optional connection to another component, like a VCR Coaxial cable Video RCA connector (yellow)
DVR connector panel
A. DVR Audio cable Optional
B. Composite video cable S-Video cable
Component video connections as another option
Using a component connection to your TV provides the highest-quality video reproduction of DVDs. This requires using two component cables (not supplied) and both of the supplied component video adapters. 1. 2. 3. Use one cable and an adapter to connect an audio/video device (cable or satellite box) to the media center (Figure 29). Use the second cable and an adapter to connect the media center to the TV. Be sure to activate the component video feature of your system when these connections are completed. Follow the instructions on page 35.
Note: For more details on component connections, refer to Connecting for progressive scan or HDTV on page 29. Figure 29
Component video connections Component video cable Component video adapter
Component video cable From cable, satellite, or antenna For optional connection to another component, like a VCR
Connector panel for cable, satellite, or video recorder connector panel TV connector panel
Component video adapter
To add a VCR to the above setup, we recommend using an optional VS-1 video expander. Using it you can make a composite connection for your VCR, an S-Video connection for your cable, and a component connection to your TV. Note: For information about the optional Bose VS-1 video expander, which can simplify your connection decisions, refer to Accessories on page 40.
OPTIONAL CONNECTIONS AND ADDITIONS Activating component or progressive scan connections With the LIFESTYLE media center turned off, use the front panel controls and follow these steps: 1. 2. Press and hold the Enter button on the media center. While holding down the Enter button, press the Store button. Selections will appear on the media center display each time you press Store. Move down using the Volume down button on the media center console. 3. 4. When "#$%&!appears as the selection on the display, release the Store and Enter buttons. Use the Volume up and down buttons to scroll to the appropriate "#$%& option. For a component connection only, select: ' ()*+!+,-.,(/() (North American standard) '.01!+,-.,(/() (European standard) ' -21)3!+,-.,(/() (for TVs compatible with both NTSC and PAL formats) For a component connection and progressive scan, select: ' ()*+!.4,54/**3"/ (North American standard) '.01!.4,54/**3"/ (European standard) ' -21)3!.4,54/**3"/ (for TVs compatible with both NTSC and PAL formats) 5. With the proper selection made, press Enter to confirm the selection and leave the Video options display. OPTIONAL CONNECTIONS AND ADDITIONS
Note: To purchase an add-on IR emitter for use with up to three components, or for replacement of the supplied emitter, contact Bose Customer Service. Refer to the address list included in the carton.
Serial data jack
This jack is for use with the Bose VS-1 video expander, which simplifies connection of! multiple audio video components, as described in Accessories on page 40.
Getting further advice for your components
If you have not found the information needed to make the connections for your particular equipment, Bose offers other means of help. OPTIONAL CONNECTIONS AND ADDITIONS We offer online assistance that provides an interactive guide and illustrations geared ! to specific setups. Please visit our website at: owners.bose.com. Note: At this time, the website mentioned above is provided in English only. Or, if you have specific questions or need help in assessing a problem, be sure to contact Bose directly. Refer to the address list provided in the carton.
Enjoying your system in other rooms
Your media center connection panel provides two audio output jacks ! identified by the label Speakers. Main, the top one, sends audio to the speakers connected to the media center in the main room. Bose link, located just below Main, connects a cable that carries the sound to other speakers in other rooms. By using the Bose link option, you can add a variety of other Bose systems, speakers, and amplifiers (some designed specifically for this use) in up to 15 rooms total. Much more than simply extending the reach of your system, however, it adds another level of choice. From this one system, you can play two different sources in different areas of your house at the same time, indoors and out. For this purpose, Bose offers you the AL8 homewide wireless audio link or two types of cables that connect to the Bose link jack: Bose link A cable, which is designed for use with a LIFESTYLE SA-2 or SA-3 amplifier for passive Bose speakers (and included in the carton with either amplifier). Bose link B cable, designed for adding other Bose link-compatible systems and to be ! purchased at the same time. Your choice of systems includes: Wave music system 321TM Series II, 321 GS Series II, or 321 GSX system LIFESTYLE RoomMate speakers In addition to the above specialized cables, our Bose link-compatible product line includes: Remote controls for use outside the main room where your LIFESTYLE system is installed Expansion/extension cables for long runs into other rooms or adding multiple other rooms Cable adapters that may be required by your particular product for this purpose REFERENCE
Contacting customer service
To contact Bose Customer Service for help in solving problems, see the address list ! provided in the carton.
Your LIFESTYLE home entertainment system is covered by a transferable limited warranty. See your Product Registration card for details. Please be sure to fill out the information section on the card and mail it to Bose. This is the only means to ensure you will receive product software update discs by mail. However, failure to return that card will not affect your limited warranty. REFERENCE
Media center power pack power rating USA/Canada: 120V 0.55A 50/60 Hz 33VDC International: 220-240V Dual voltage: 115/230V 0.30A 50/60 Hz 33VDC 0.55A 50/60 Hz 33VDC 1.1A 1.1A 1.1A
Speaker system power rating USA/Canada: 100-120V 50/60 Hz 350W International: 220-240V Frequency U.S./Canada: 27.145 MHz EU/Other: 40.685 MHz RF Field Strength <80dBV/m@ 3 meters (average) Media center inputs Audio IN: AUX: 2Vrms, maximum; L, R, and D (digital SPDIF) CBL-SAT: 2Vrms, maximum; L, R, and D (digital SPDIF) VCR: 2Vrms, maximum; L, R, and D (digital SPDIF) TV: 2Vrms, maximum; L, R, and D (digital SPDIF) Video IN: Composite: NTSC or PAL 1Vp-p with sync 75# S-Video: Luminance 1Vp-p, Chrominance 0.3Vp-p Optical IN: SPDIF digital, assignable Antenna: FM 75# AM 12$H TV Sensor: Scan frequency sensing 50/60 Hz 350W 50/60 Hz 350W Dual voltage: 100-120/220-240V
Media center outputs Speakers Main and Expansion: Variable audio, user-selectable Optical OUT: SPDIF, 15 to 21 dbm Audio OUT: REFERENCE L and R fixed audio D SPDIF Video OUT: Composite: NTSC or PAL 1Vp-p with sync 75# S-Video: Luminance 1Vp-p, Chrominance 0.3Vp-p Component: (combination of Composite and S-Video) Remote control range 65 ft (20 m) Dimensions/weights LIFESTYLE system media center: Cube speakers: Cube array speakers: Jewel Cube speakers: Acoustimass module: 15.8"W x 11.0"D x 3.5"H! (40.1 cm x 27.9 cm x 8.9 cm) 3.1"W x 4.0"D x 3.1"H! (7.9 cm x 10.2 cm x 7.9 cm) 3.1"W x 4.0"D x 6.2"H! (7.9 cm x 10.2 cm x 15.7 cm) 2.2"W x 3.2"D x 4.4"H! (5.6 cm x 8.1 cm x 11.2 cm) 8.2 lb (3.7 kg) 1.1 lb (0.5 kg) 2.4 lb (1.1 kg) 1.0 lb (0.5 kg)
8.0"W x 21.7"D x 13.0"H! 26.2 lb (11.9 kg) (20.7 cm x 55.2 cm x 33.2 cm)
Finish Media center: Brushed aluminum Cube speakers: Polymer painted Acoustimass module: Vinyl veneer, Polymer
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The Lifestyle 28 Series III DVD system adds thrilling sound to your movies and music with the combination of performance, elegance and simplicity you expect from Bose. It customizes sound to your room with the innovative ADAPTiQ audio calibration system. The stylish media center features a progressive scan DVD/CD player and AM/FM tuner. Direct/Reflecting cube speaker arrays and a new horizontal center channel speaker fill your room with spacious surround sound. And all Lifestyle DVD systems feature Bose link home networking technology to connect compatible Bose products for a whole-home entertainment solution. From premium performance to elegance, the Lifestyle 28 III DVD system is made for your room - with all its unique characteristics. It includes the ADAPTiQ audio calibration system to deliver a consistent surround sound presentation in any room, while offering greater freedom of speaker placement. This proprietary technology analyzes and adjusts your Lifestyle system's sound to your room's dimensions, speaker placement and preferred seating locations. In a matter of minutes, you'll have Bose quality sound the way you like it. Nice and easy. The brushed silver media center features an integrated progressive scan DVD/CD player and AM/FM tuner. This one unit elegantly accomplishes everything that conventional home theater systems use multiple components to achieve. But it's also the hub of a whole-home entertainment system, made possible by Bose link home networking technology. This home networking technology allows you to connect compatible Bose products to your Lifestyle 28 III system for sound in as many as 14 additional rooms, even outdoors. Because, like you, your sound shouldn't live in one room. With Bose link technology, you can have independent volume control in each room, as well as access to two different audio streams from the same Lifestyle system. Direct/Reflecting cube speaker arrays, standing roughly 6" high, blend nicely with your decor. They combine with a sleek, horizontal center channel speaker to deliver a level of sound you'd expect from much larger speakers. And the Acoustimass module - now 30% smaller than the previous model - reproduces deep, resonant low notes while stationed inconspicuously almost anywhere in your room. The result? Riveting surround sound that seems to come from smaller speakers, whether it's the hypnotic whisper of rustling leaves or the pure power of a ferocious storm. Lifestyle systems are designed to make the most of DVDs and the rest of today's digital media. But you may still hold a spot in your heart for the film or TV classics you have on VHS. Keep them ... and enjoy them. The Lifestyle 28 III DVD system features an integrated suite of signal processing capabilities, including Videostage 5 decoding circuitry and digital 5.1 decoding. Together, they ensure a high-quality, 5.1-channel surround experience from practically any source. Even those recorded well before surround sound was an option. No matter what you want to hear - or where you want to hear it - the Lifestyle 28 Series III DVD system makes it all possible with performance, elegance and simplicity.
|Product Type||Home theater system|
|Dimensions (WxDxH) / Weight||Media center : 15.7 in x 11.5 in x 3.7 in / 9 lbs Speaker system : satellite speaker : 3.1 in x 4 in x 6.2 in / 2.4 lbs Speaker system : active subwoofer : 8 in x 21.6 in x 13 in / 26.2 lbs Speaker system : center channel speaker : 6.3 in x 4.3 in x 3.1 in / 2.4 lbs|
|Components||Speaker system, media center|
|Built-in Decoders||Videostage 5 decoder, Dolby Digital, DTS decoder|
|Surround System Class||5.1 channel|
|Built-in Clock||Sleep timer|
|Additional Features||On-screen display, multi-room audio output, auto sound calibration, Bose link compatible|
|Coaxial Digital Input||Yes|
|Coaxial Digital Output||Yes|
|Optical Digital Input||Yes|
|Optical Digital Output||Yes|
|Speaker(s)||5 x satellite speaker - external - wired 1 x active subwoofer - external - wired|
|Type||Radio tuner - AM/FM - digital|
|Preset Station Qty||40 preset stations|
|AM Preset Station Qty||20 preset stations|
|FM Preset Station Qty||20 preset stations|
|Antenna Form Factor||Loop AM / wire FM|
|Media Format||CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD, CD, Video CD|
|DVD Repeat Modes||A-B repeat|
|CD Playback Modes||Random play / shuffle, all tracks repeat, one track repeat|
|Supported Digital Audio Standards||MP3|
|Supported Digital Video Standards||MPEG-2|
|Additional Features||Parental lock, progressive scanning|
|Type||Universal remote control - radio|
|Supported Devices||DVR, TV, VCR, satellite TV system, cable box|
|Connector Type||1 x headphones ( mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm ) - side 1 x remote control - rear 1 x system components control bus - rear 1 x serial - rear 1 x S-Video output ( 4 pin mini-DIN ) - rear 1 x S-Video input ( 4 pin mini-DIN ) - rear 1 x composite video output ( RCA phono ) - rear 1 x composite video input ( RCA phono ) - rear 1 x SPDIF output ( RCA phono ) - rear 4 x SPDIF input ( RCA phono ) - rear 1 x audio line-out ( RCA phono x 2 ) - rear 4 x audio line-in ( RCA phono x 2 ) - rear 1 x SPDIF output ( TOSLINK ) - rear 1 x SPDIF input ( TOSLINK ) - rear|
|Included Accessories||Rubber pads, AM antenna, FM antenna, optimizer microphone|
|Cables Included||Speaker cable kit Audio cable kit Video cable kit|
|Power Device||Power supply - internal|
|Voltage Required||AC 120 V ( 50/60 Hz )|
|Power Consumption Operational||350 Watt|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
|Part Numbers||40431, LS28IIIBLK|
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