Bose Lifestyle 35 III Manual
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Bose Lifestyle 35 III Installation Guide
Bose - 5.1 Channel - With iPod Dock
Enjoy premium Bose surround sound for movies, music, sports and video games. Connect up to 6 HD and music sources - such as your Blu-ray Disc player, cable box and gaming system. Includes iPod/iPhone dock and FM/AM radio. Bose Unify technology guides you through setup and lets you connect and control your sources with clear onscreen navigation.
Part Numbers: 317642-1100, 3176421100, 54561, LS-V-35 SYS, LSV35
UPC: 0017817511193, 017817511193
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|blaze||4:36pm on Friday, October 15th, 2010|
|We needed a reliable, durable, efficient 25ft. video cable for presentations. It was easy to find, easy to order.|
|alessandrop||9:11pm on Monday, September 6th, 2010|
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|mkrueck||12:55am on Saturday, August 14th, 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.|
|iacc23||5:41am on Saturday, August 7th, 2010|
|Great Product and Great deal! Attractive Design, Easy Controls, Easy To Set Up, Great Sound, Powerful|
|Marcio Zago Andrade||5:22pm on Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010|
|Purchased the lifestyle 28 series home theatre system. This system is great for larger rooms and has crisp sound that literally fills the room.|
|cpt_koolbeenz||7:17pm on Thursday, June 3rd, 2010|
|If you have the cash and looking for something easy to set up, go for it. I have heard audio equipment costing as little as an $18 iPod dock to a pair of speakers costing $50,000. But.|
|mimi||12:30pm on Thursday, April 29th, 2010|
|I used the onkyo receiver SR605 with this speaker system. The sound came out exceeds my expectation.|
|wvl||8:44am on Sunday, April 25th, 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 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,...|
|anquadom||10:27pm on Saturday, April 24th, 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.|
|zeltron||2:56am on Thursday, April 22nd, 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". It is a great sound in a room Attractive Design","Easy Setup","Easy to Mount","Good Power Output","Great Sound Quality|
|goldrake75||4:15am on Thursday, April 15th, 2010|
|So, why did I spend many, many hundreds of dollars on a speaker system and separate amplifier for the computer. Well.|
|grobie||4:34am on Thursday, March 18th, 2010|
|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.|
|s1arti||3:04am on Tuesday, March 16th, 2010|
|The remote stop working. The heavy magnet used to transmit is soldered & can easily break if the remote is dropped.|
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INTRODUCTION SYSTEM CONTROLS SYSTEM OPERATION CONTROLLING EXTERNAL SOURCES USING SYSTEM MENUS CHANGING SOURCE SETTINGS REFERENCE
Welcome. Clarifying some basics. Types of discs you can use with this system. Check DVDs for region number compatibility. Audio and video terms defined.
Remote control buttons. Power and mute. Source and input selection. Menu and program selection. Selection adjustment. Play options. Getting the best range and response from the remote control. Media center. Controls. Display window.
Review pointers now for fewer interruptions later. To turn your system on. To turn on other, external components. To watch a DVD. To adjust what you hear or see. Enjoying the audio and video performance. Playing a DVD. Using parental controls. Playing a CD. Using the radio. Setting, removing, or reassigning radio station presets. Using the headphone jack. Using the sleep timer.
CONTROLLING EXTERNAL SOURCES
Using your LIFESTYLE remote with other components. Designating just one channel selector. Setting the remote to control each component.
USING SYSTEM MENUS
Properties that you can adjust. How to enter the menu. How to make changes. Audio options. Video options. Media center options. Remote control options. DVD Lock options. Using the lock to apply parental control.
CHANGING SOURCE SETTINGS
Quick adjustments as you watch or listen. Where to find the list of 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).
Remote control maintenance. Replacing the remote control batteries. Changing house code settings. Other switches. For a Bose link remote in another room. Setting up a second room with sound. Bose link compatible resources make it easy. Bose link remote switch settings. Taking care of your LIFESTYLE system. Cleaning the media center. Cleaning the speakers. Cleaning discs. Limited warranty. Troubleshooting. Contacting Customer Service. Accessories. Technical information.
Thank you for purchasing a Bose LIFESTYLE DVD home entertainment system. Through proprietary Bose technologies and innovative LIFESTYLE system design, this elegant and easy-to-use system delivers superior performance for both music and video programming. INTRODUCTION
Clarifying some basics
You may consider yourself a dedicated audiophile or someone who simply loves music. Regardless of your level of expertise, the explanations that follow may prove helpful in understanding some of the terms and technologies associated with the advanced audio and video options available today.
Types of discs you can use with this system
R RF remote A remote control that transmits commands to a device using radio frequency
(RF) signals, which have the ability to penetrate walls, unlike the infrared (IR) signals used by many remote controls. RDS A system that displays radio broadcast station and programming information.This feature is available on European systems only.
S SACD An abbreviation for Super Audio Compact Disc, used for high-resolution digital audio
storage on CD-sized discs. New Bose LIFESTYLE systems play the CD-compatible portion of such discs, identified by the CD disc logo on the front of the disc. SCART A type of jack commonly found on consumer electronics products manufactured for use in Western Europe. SCMS A system for preventing second-generation digital copies of copyrighted audio material. A digital recorder equipped with SCMS will record digitally from another source, but that recording cannot then be used as a source for a second-generation recording. Subtitles Text that appears at the bottom of the screen during video playback, and which may differ from the language of the on-screen dialog. S-Video Also called Y/C. A video signal that separate the brightness (black and white) and the color information. S-video provides significantly higher resolution than Composite video, but not as high as from Component. This type of connection is compatible with many televisions and other video components, and requires use of an S-video cable.
U uMusicTM intelligent playback system A revolutionary Bose play mode, which performs
like a virtual DJ by noting listener preferences and playing stored CD tracks suited to them.
V Video CD A Compact Disc (CD) that contains a video component.
Videostage 5 Bose proprietary decoding circuitry that provides five-channel surround sound performance from varied media VHS tapes, stereo CDs, even mono TV programs.
Y YPbPr A component analog video signal containing one luminance and two chrominance
components. Also referred to as YUV or Y, B-Y, R-Y.
Remote control buttons
SYSTEM CONTROLS The advanced radio frequency (RF) remote control provided with this system works from almost anywhere inside your home, with no need to aim it in the direction of the system.
Power and mute
Turns the system on and off. Re-selects the most recently used source. 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. TV - Turns the system on and selects the TV connected to the media center as source. Input - Selects different Video Inputs on the TV (when the remote has been set to do so). Enables you to select the input that connects the media center to the TV. On/Off - Turns the TV on and off.* CBL-SAT - Turns the system on and selects a cable box or satellite receiver connected to the media center as the sound source. On/Off - Turns your cable or satellite box on and off.* VCR - Turns your system on and selects the VCR connected to the media center as the sound source. On/Off - Turns your VCR on and off.* Note: You may set the LIFESTYLE remote to control your TV, cable or satellite box, or VCR and turn these devices on or off. For details, refer to Using your LIFESTYLE remote with other components on page 19.
*When the remote has been set to do so. 8
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Menu and program selection
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*. Exits the Settings and System menus. Exits electronic TV listings*. SYSTEM CONTROLS
Tune the FM/AM radio up or down to the next frequency. Select the next or previous 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.
Select the DVD chapter, CD track, radio station preset, or TV channel that corresponds to the numbers pressed. Use to make changes to some items in the System and Settings menus, when numbers apply.
Skips to the previous TV channel.* Displays or exits the cable or satellite information window on the TV screen.* Each press of the button advances the scrolling information on the media center display. While an MP3 CD is playing, pressing and holding this button (until you notice the change), removes or restores track information on the media center display.
Front view of the media center Front panel door lifts up Display window Headphone jack
Four of the media center control panel buttons provide similar control to buttons on the remote control. The other five offer unique functionality.
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.
Selects the next available sound source in sequence. Initiates DVD play when that option is selected from DVD menu options that appear on the TV screen. In combination with the Store button, advances through and selects system settings on the media center display. Removes a radio station preset.
Raises the volume of the system and unmutes the speakers (if they are muted). Lowers the volume of the system but does not unmute the source.
When the system is off, resets the remote control house code. In combination with the Enter button, advances through and selects system settings on the media center display.
The media center display window indicates the state of the system, including which source is playing, program details, and what option, if any, is selected (Figure 2). Figure 2
Sample of information that appears on the media center display
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. Light indicators Shuffle Repeat Disc Track
Shows when a CD, MP3 disc, or MP3 folder contents 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. Lights briefly when a remote control command is received.
Component system setup using the display The media center display also provides access to the system settings required to activate your Component video connection and use the progressive scan. Note: For detailed instructions on how to activate this feature in your Bose LIFESTYLE system, refer to your Installation Guide. When activation is completed, you will see the proper results, assuming: Your TV supports this feature and is set for it, according to instructions in the owners guide provided by the TV manufacturer. Your TV and media center are properly connected using the supplied Component video adapter.
Initial pointers to get you started
Scanning the following tips may prove worthwhile before using your system.
To turn your system on
Press the On/Off button on the remote control. Or, press the media center On/Off control. Or, press the CD/DVD, FM/AM, TV, CBL/SAT, or AUX remote button. This turns the system on and selects the source at the same time. To use your system with the TV and other components, review the reminders below. They are provided to help ensure that it all works together smoothly.
To turn on the TV or other external components
1. 2. 3. Turn on the system. Press the remote control button for the source you want. Turn the source on, as needed.
You can use your LIFESTYLE remote to control all of the above functions, once you have set it to operate the TV and other components. Note: For information on how to set the remote to operate other components, refer to Using your LIFESTYLE remote with other components on page 19.
To watch a DVD
Your installation choices may require additional activation settings, as indicated below. Getting an image to appear on 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 LIFESTYLE remote control Input button (just below the TV source button. 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 (see Note below). Otherwise, 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 (see Note below). Otherwise, 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 on the media center (required for use of progressive scan on a television, refer to Alternate video connections to consider in your Installation Guide.
Playing a CD
Press CD/DVD to select the CD player. If the system is off, this will turn it on and begin playing a CD loaded in the disc tray. To load a disc: 1. 2. 3. On the media center, lift the door and press Open/Close to expose the disc tray. Insert the audio CD into the tray. On the media center, press Open/Close again to retract the disc tray. Play begins automatically.
Your remote control options
When you want to: Pause a CD Resume play of a paused CD Stop a CD Then Clear continuously scrolling track information (for an MP3 CD only) from the media center display. Go to the next track. to restart at the beginning of the CD. Press:. or.
and hold until the display changes. Repeat to resume display of the scrolling text. up.
Go to the beginning of the current track
down (after a track has played for several seconds).
Go to a previous track
down: once if no music is playing. twice if the music has begun. and hold. On MP3 discs, only, this jumps to the beginning of a track. again. again. a third time.
Scan a CD backward/forward
Randomly play CD tracks Cancel random play Repeat a track Repeat a CD Cancel repeat
Note: For information on the quick adjustments you can make to CD settings, refer to CD setting options on page 35. Instructions on how to enter the menu to make these changes are available in Where to find the list of options on page 33.
Using the radio
Press FM/AM to select the radio tuner. This turns the system on if it was off and tunes to the FM or AM station last selected. Changing stations
When you want to: Switch between FM and AM Seek the next strong station Manually tune to a station. Select a preset station or by specific preset number. Press:.
Note: For information on the quick adjustments you can make to the radio tuner settings, refer to Tuner setting options (FM or AM radio) on page 35. Instructions on how to enter the menu to make those changes are available in Where to find the list of options on page 33.
Setting, removing, or reassigning radio station presets
You can establish presets for up to 20 AM and 20 FM stations. This enables you to tune in a favorite station quickly. There are two ways you can assign presets. To set a preset, use method A or B below: A. To assign the next preset number to a station, use the media center control panel and follow the next two steps for each station: 1. Tune to the preferred station. 2. On the media center control panel, press the Enter button. B. Or, to assign a station to a specific number use the LIFESTYLE remote control and follow these steps: 1. Tune to the preferred station. 2. To assign the station a preset number, press and hold that number button. For numbers 1 through 9, press a single number and hold it until the display indicates PRESET: # SET. For numbers 10 through 20, press the first number, then press and hold the second number until the display indicates PRESET: # SET. Note: Assigning a preset number to a station will replace any previous assignment to that number. To remove a station preset: 1. 2. Tune to the preset number you want to remove: On the remote control, press and hold the 0 number button until the message PRESET: ## ERASED appears briefly on the media center display. Removal is then complete. Tune to the station preferred. On the remote control, press and hold the preset number button(s) you choose to reassign to that station. SYSTEM OPERATION
To reassign a preset to a different station: 1. 2.
Using the headphone jack
For private listening, you can connect headphones to the jack which is located on the right side of the media center (Figure 3). Figure 3
Location of the headphone jack on the media center Right side Front Media center views
Headphone jack Front view
Right side view
Note: Connecting headphones mutes all main room speakers.
Using the sleep timer
You can set the sleep timer to turn off the LIFESTYLE system automatically in 10 to 90 minutes, depending on the time you select. You can do this in the Settings menu for any source that is selected. Note: If you are unfamiliar with use of the Settings menu, refer to Quick adjustments as you watch or listen on page 33. In the Settings menu on the media center display or on the TV screen, move around and make changes by using the selection buttons. To set the timer On both the media center display and the TV on-screen menu, the same actions apply: 1. 2. Press the Settings button on the LIFESTYLE remote to enter the source Settings menu. Move down to the Sleep Timer symbol, the last feature in the menu (Figure 4). If you see a continuation arrow at the bottom of the menu, move to it to see the other attributes that are not currently shown.
SYSTEM OPERATION Figure 4
Sleep timer symbol in the source Settings menu
Move right into the options list and up to the delay time you want, from 10 to 90 minutes.
Note: Pressing the up arrow when you reach the 90-minute option turns the sleep timer off. 4. 5. Press Enter to confirm your selection. Press Exit or Settings on the LIFESTYLE remote control to leave the menu.
When the time you set elapses, sleep timer turns off the system and the TV (if it is on*), and resets itself to zero.
*For the TV to turn off automatically, the system must sense that it is on. This is contingent on your use of the supplied TV sensor. For information on installing and testing the TV sensor, refer to your Installation Guide. 18
Using your LIFESTYLE remote with other components
You can control most brands of external components such as TVs, VCRs, and cable/satellite boxes using your LIFESTYLE remote control. Choosing a primary channel selector for all of the video components is a way to further simplify your control. CONTROLLING EXTERNAL SOURCES
Designating a primary channel selector
By choosing one of your connected components as the primary channel selector, you can use the remote to control the video source, even when another source is currently selected. For example, if your TV is the selected source, you can quickly change the CBL/SAT station you are watching on TV without first switching to CBL/SAT as the source. Note: For general guidelines on using the LIFESTYLE System menu, refer to Properties that you can adjust on page 25. Make your selection from the Remote Control options in the System menu. Opposite the TV Tuner option, select from the components listed the one you want to use as channel selector. Then press System or Exit to leave the menu. Figure 5
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 8
Changing the TV Power
*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 available. In that case, leave the TV Power set to Manual. This means you must turn your TV on using its power button or remote or the TV ON/OFF button on the LIFESTYLE remote (when it is set to contol the TV). 21
Franais CONTROLLING EXTERNAL SOURCES 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. CONTROLLING EXTERNAL SOURCES Press System or Exit to leave the System menu. Note: For information on positioning and using the TV sensor, refer to Installing the TV on/off detector in your Installation Guide. 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 device that is 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. For the second device, use the AUX option to designate the device brand and code. Do so, however, only if one or the other of the following is true: The device you identify is connected to the media center AUX for Audio In jacks. The device you identify is connected to the TV and no device is connected to the media center AUX for Audio In jacks. Note: For general guidelines on using the LIFESTYLE System menu, refer to Using System Menus on page 25. Follow the cable or satellite 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 CBL-SAT 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 the brand. 3. Choose 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 the button again. If the cable or satellite box turns off and on, you have chosen the right code. If not, select another code, and press the CBL/SAT On/Off button two more times. When you have chosen the right code, press Enter. Press System or Exit to leave the System menu.
CONTROLLING EXTERNAL SOURCES 24
Properties that you can adjust
Adjustments to system properties are typically those you make only once. If your system already operates just as you want, there is no need to make such adjustments. However, for some installation options, changes to the System menu may be required. This is simply to make the system fully compatible and convenient for your setup. For example, you can make adjustments so the remote control works with any components that are externally connected to the system. USING SYSTEM MENUS
How to enter the System menu
By pressing the System button on the LIFESTYLE remote control, you call up the System menu. This menu appears on your TV screen only, not on the media center display. However, if you do NOT see this menu: Make sure your TV is turned on. Make sure to select the TV Video input used to connect to the media center. Note: If you recorded the TV Video Input information on the form provided on page 17 of your Installation Guide, refer to that form as needed. Press System on the LIFESTYLE remote control, as needed. What it shows you When the System menu appears, the first property on the left (Audio) is prominent and the preview screen displays those property features. As you move across to the right, however, different properties become prominent. At the far right, you reach the DVD Lock property and its preview list of features (Figure 9). Note: Entering the System menu causes any DVD or VCD that is playing to pause. Figure 9
System menu and preview of the DVD Lock feature Properties Elements of the system
Features Submenus under each property
Preview screen Inactive display
Navigation cue Which remote control buttons to use
Guide Action to take
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How to make changes
Making adjustments to system properties in this menu is similar to changing the settings for a source. Move around and make choices by using the selection buttons shown. Move right to see a preview of features under each property. USING SYSTEM MENUS Press the down arrow or Enter to select and activate that property screen. Note: When activated, the screen changes from a preview of features to a list of the specific options you may choose to alter for that property. In the active list, press the left, right, up or down arrows to get to the option you want. Press Enter or the left arrow button to confirm your selection and move back to the features column. Repeat these steps for each change you want to make. Press Exit to leave the System menu.
Expansion Protocol Change this only if instructed in the owners guide supplied with your Bose link remote control.
*Elimination of ADAPTiQ system adjustments is NOT automatically reversible. Restoring these adjustments requires re-use of the Setup Disc 2 and the ADAPTiQ headset supplied with the system. For information on how to use this process, refer to Finishing the installation in your Installation Guide. Through use of this advanced feature, the LIFESTYLE system self-adjusts its audio processing to compensate for the furnishings, speaker placement, and positions of listeners to provide ideal sound in your main room. 27
Press System on the LIFESTYLE remote control. Move right to see a preview of video features, and press the Enter button to move into the active list of video options. Figure 11
Preview of video features
Note: DO NOT change settings for Component video or Progressive scan using the on-screen System menu shown here. (Doing so can cause your TV screen to go blank and make completion of the process very difficult.) Instead, refer to Component system setup using the display on page 12.
Default Settings Active List of Options TV Power Options Effect of this Setting
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). Note: For information on using the TV sensor, refer to Installing the TV on/off detector in your Installation Guide.
TV Power Status (indicator only; not a setting) TV Aspect Ratio Widescreen DVDs Video Connector (See Note above.) Video Black Level Video Format Progressive Scan (See Note above.)
*The TV sensor must be installed and positioned to detect if the TV is on or off. 28
Media center options
Press System 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 12
DVD Lock options
Press System on the LIFESTYLE remote control. Move right to see a preview of DVD Lock features, and press the Enter button to move into an active display of DVD Lock options. Figure 14
Preview of DVD lock features
Default Settings Active List of Options Change Password Create Password (appears only if no password has been set) Confirm Password Lock Unrated Discs Lock Discs Rated Above Options Effect of this Setting
_ _ _ _ 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.
Using the lock to apply 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 32.
Parental Control Setting USING SYSTEM MENUS 2 1
Audience Restriction None
Adult audiences Mature audiences Mature teenage audiences
Teenage audiences Mature young audiences Most audiences
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 System 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 14 on page 31). Press the down arrow or Enter to move into an active list of DVD Lock options (noticeably 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 exit the selection list.
Repeats until you press the Exit or Stop button. Sleep Timer Off Sets system to turn off when the selected time 10-90 elapses.
TV setting options (for VCR, CBL/SAT, and AUX)
The settings below affect programs on the TV, even when the source of the program is VCR, CBL/SAT or AUX. There are no separate settings menus for these sources. Four features (shown in italic type below) appear in the TV menu only if you have set Audio Processing to User Adjustable in the Video options of the System menu. Set To TV Features 2,3,5 speakers Surround Center Channel Movie EQ Range Compression Mono Decoding Other Options Setting Effects CHANGING SOURCE SETTINGS
5 Determines the number of speakers playing. 2, Establishes relative surround sound volume. -10 to +Establishes relative center speaker volume. -8 to +8 On Adjusts bass-to-treble relationship for proper Off movie soundtrack reproduction. On Adjusts volume to maintain intelligibility of Off dialogue and keep some sounds from overwhelming others. On Engages Videostage 5 mono decoding Off circuitry, which processes mono audio (onechannel) programs into five-speaker sound. 1 Plays audio content of selected soundtrack(s). 2, Both The content of the second soundtrack may be a second language, for example. Off Sets system to turn off when the selected time 10-90 elapses.
Dolby Digital 1+1 Sleep Timer
Changing batteries is the only regular maintenance required. However, switches inside the remote battery case can be changed, as needed (to select a new house code, for example). Similar changes may be required for any additional remotes, purchased for use in other rooms. Note: For further information, refer to Changing remote control switch settings below.
Replacing the remote control batteries
REFERENCE Replace all four batteries when the remote control stops operating or its range seems reduced. Alkaline batteries are recommended. 1. 2. 3. Figure 18
Installing the remote control batteries AAA batteries (4)
+ + + +
Slide open the battery compartment on the back of the remote (Figure 18). 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 remote control switch 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 19 on page 39). 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.
Make sure correct codes are set. See Setting the remote to control each component on page 19. Make sure that the front of the media center is not obstructed. The IR emitter that sends commands to your external components is below the disc tray. If you still cannot control your external components successfully, you may need to connect the external IR emitter, included with your system, to the IR EMITTER jack on the rear panel of the media center. See Connecting the optional IR emitter cable in your Installation Guide. Reposition the TV on/off sensor on the back of your TV. Or check the SCART connector if you use one. Verify that the TV on/off sensor is working properly by choosing TV Power Status under Video in the System menu.
Your TV turns on and off unexpectedly
Problem TV screen goes dark or image flips repeatedly after making a change to a Video feature in System settings You forgot your password REFERENCE
What to do Use the media center to check the Video Format and Progressive Scan settings, following instructions in Component system setup using the display on page 12. Video Format should be set to NTSC (U.S. standard) or PAL (European standard). Make sure the Progressive Scan setting is Off, unless you have used a component video connection and progressive scan is a feature of the TV. Enter the numbers 2673 as temporary password to access the parental controls. Then create a new password.
Contacting Customer Service
For additional help in solving problems, contact Bose Customer Service. Refer to the address sheet included in the carton.
This system is covered by a transferable limited warranty. Details of the limited warranty are provided on the Product Registration Card that came with your system. Please fill out the information section on the card and mail it to Bose. Failure to do so, however, will not affect your limited warranty rights.
For information on speaker mounting brackets and stands, additional remote controls, and connecting additional Bose powered loudspeakers, contact your Bose dealer or call Bose Customer Service. See the address and phone number list included with your system.
Media center power pack power rating USA/Canada: 120V 0.55A 50/60Hz 33VDC International: 220-240V Dual voltage: 115/230V 0.30A 50/60Hz 33VDC 0.55A 50/60Hz 33VDC 1.1A 1.1A 1.1A
Speaker system power rating USA/Canada: 100-120V 50/60Hz 350W International: 220-240V Media center inputs AUX: 2Vrms, maximum CBL-SAT: 2Vrms, maximum VCR: 2Vrms, maximum TV: 2Vrms, maximum DIGITAL: SPDIF (1 each for TV, VCR, TAPE, and AUX) COMPOSITE VIDEO: NTSC or PAL format 1Vp-p with sync 75 S-VIDEO: Luminance 1Vp-p Chrominance 0.3Vp-p COMPONENT VIDEO: NTSC or PAL 1Vp-p with sync on Y OPTICAL INPUT: SPDIF digital, mapped to input FM ANTENNA: 75 AM ANTENNA: 12H TV SENSOR: Scan frequency sensing Media center outputs SPEAKER ZONES 1 and 2: Variable audio, user selectable AUDIO OUT L and R, fixed audio, 2 Vrms maximum DIGITAL AUDIO OUT: SPDIF OPTICAL OUTPUT: SPDIF, 15 to 21 dbm COMPOSITE VIDEO: NTSC or PAL 1Vp-p with sync 75 S-VIDEO: Luminance 1Vp-p Chrominance 0.3Vp-p COMPONENT VIDEO: NTSC or PAL 1Vp-p with sync on Y Media center dimensions 15.8"W x 11.0"D x 3.5"H (40.1 cm x 27.9 cm x 8.9 cm) Media center weight 8.2 lb (3.7 kg) Media center finish Brushed aluminum Remote control range 65 ft (20 m) 50/60Hz 350W 50/60Hz 350W REFERENCE Dual voltage: 100-120/220-240V
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Please read this guide
Please take the time to follow the instructions in this guide carefully. They will help you set up and use your system properly so you can enjoy its advanced features. Please save this guide for future reference.
Make no modifications to the system or accessories. Unauthorized alterations may compromise safety, regulatory compliance, and system performance, and may void the warranty. Long-term exposure to loud music may cause hearing damage. It is best to avoid extreme volume when using headphones, especially for extended periods.
Where the mains plug or appliance coupler is used as the disconnect device, such disconnect device shall remain readily operable. The product must be used indoors. It is neither designed nor tested for use outdoors, in recreation vehicles, or on boats. This product is intended to be used only with the power supply provided. The product label is located on the bottom of the product.
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 guide.
Additional safety information
See the additional instructions on the Important Safety Information sheet enclosed in the shipping carton.
To reduce the risk of fire or electrical shock, do not expose the product to rain or moisture. Do not expose this apparatus to dripping or splashing, and do not place objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on or near 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. Do not place any naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, on or near the apparatus. Keep the remote control batteries away from children. They may cause a fire or chemical burn if mishandled. Do not recharge, disassemble, heat above 100C (212F), or incinerate. Dispose of used batteries promptly. Replace only with batteries of the correct type and model number. Contains small parts that may be a choking hazard. Not suitable for children under age 3.
Please dispose of used batteries properly, following any local regulations. Do not incinerate.
Class B emissions
This device complies with FCC and Industry Canada RF radiation exposure limits set forth for general population. It must not be co-located or be operating in conjunction with any other antennas or transmitters. This product conforms to all EU Directive requirements as applicable by law. The complete Declaration of Conformity can be found at www.Bose.com/compliance.
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This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, you are encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment to an outlet on a different circuit than the one to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Bose Corporation could void the users authority to operate this equipment. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
For your records
Bose recommends that you record your system model information here and the serial numbers both here and on your Product Registration Card. Serial numbers are located on the bottom of the console, and on the connection panel of the Acoustimass module.
System model name and number (on the carton):
Control console:________________________________________ Acoustimass module:_______________________________
Dealer name: __________________________________________ Dealer phone: __________________________________________ Purchase date: _________________________________________ Please keep your sales receipt and a copy of your Product Registration card together with this guide.
2010 Bose Corporation. No part of this work may be reproduced, modified, distributed, or otherwise used without prior written permission.
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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. 1992-1996 by Dolby Laboratories, Inc. All rights reserved. Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent #s: 5,451,942; 5,956,674; 5,974,380; 5,978,762; 6,487,535 & other U.S. and worldwide patents issued & pending. DTS and the Symbol are registered trademarks & DTS Digital Surround and the DTS logos are trademarks of DTS, Inc. Product includes software. DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Designed with UEI Technology Under License from Universal Electronics Inc. UEI 2000-2002. HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing, LLC in the United States and other countries.
Apple TV is a trademark of Apple, Inc. Xbox is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation. TiVo is a trademark of Tivo, Inc. or its subsidiaries. Other trademarks are property of their respective owners.
Applicable only for LIFESTYLE V25 and V35 home entertainment systems
Made for iPod means that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPod and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple performance standards. Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance with safety and regulatory standards. iPod and iPhone are trademarks of Apple, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. All other marks are registered trademarks and trademarks of Bose Corporation.
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Welcome. System features. If you need help.
Using the front console inputs. Front USB input. Front Analog A/V input. Front HDMI input. Changing the image view.
YOUR REMOTE CONTROL YOUR CONTROL CONSOLE POWER ON/OFF CONTROLS
Starting your system. Turning on your TV. Shutting down your system.
LISTENING TO THE RADIO (V25 AND V35 SYSTEMS)
Selecting the radio. Tuning to a station. Storing a preset station. Recalling a preset station. Deleting a preset station. Optional radio tuner settings.
OPERATING YOUR CONNECTED DEVICES
Selecting a connected device. Watching TV. Using a set top box. Using the tuner in your TV. Tuning to a TV station. Playing audio/video devices. Listening to a Bose link input device. Playing an iPod or iPhone (V25 and V35 only).
MORE BUTTONS AND SYSTEM OPTIONS 14
MORE buttons. Activating a MORE button function. Button function definitions. Changing system options. 14 15
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USING THE SETUP MODE
About the Setup mode. Setup menu.
ADDING SOUND TO ANOTHER ROOM (V25 AND V35 SYSTEMS)*
Expanding your system. Expansion guidelines.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Replacing the batteries. Cleaning. Viewing system information. Troubleshooting. Resetting the system. Pairing the remote with the console. Performing a system software update. Contacting customer service. Limited warranty. Technical information.
*Not applicable to systems sold in Japan.
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Thank you for choosing a Bose LIFESTYLE system for your home. This elegant and easy-to-use system delivers superior performance for both music and video. By now you should have successfully set up your system using the UnifyTM intelligent integration system and calibrated the sound for your room using the ADAPTiQ audio calibration system. This guide describes your new remote control and shows you how to operate your system and its connected devices. AM/FM radio (V25 and V35 systems only) Can deliver sound in up to 14 additional rooms or locations (V25 and V35 systems only, not applicable for systems sold in Japan)
If you need help
If you have questions while operating your new LIFESTYLE system, go to http://owners.Bose.com on the Internet for helpful operating information. If you experience any operating difficulties, be sure to check the troubleshooting table on page 21. You can solve the most common operating problems using the helpful tips provided there.
Unify intelligent integration system to help you easily add devices to your system ADAPTiQ audio calibration system that optimizes system performance for your room RF remote control HDMI connectivity Video up-conversion to 1080p Photo viewing using a USB flash drive Embedded iPod/iPhone interface and dock (V25 and V35 systems only)
IMPORTANT! Please register your product right away!
Registering your product enables you to receive notifications of system software updates to keep your product performing optimally. It also allows us to send you information about new products and special offers from Bose. Please follow the instructions on your Product Registration Card to register. Failure to register will not affect your limited warranty rights.
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YOUR REMOTE CONTROL
This advanced radio frequency remote works throughout the room. You do not need to aim it at the control console.
SOURCE Displays and selects connected devices from the source list on your TV. Power Turns your LIFESTYLE system on or off (press and hold to turn off all rooms*) Volume Up/Down Increases (+) or decreases () the system volume Mute Mutes/unmutes system speakers (Press and hold to mute/unmute all rooms*) Image View Changes the way video appears Numeric Keypad Allows manual entry of channels and settings TV Input Changes inputs on your TV Playback Controls See page 3 Last Channel Returns to last channel or preset
iPod 3:20 The Beatles
10 Channel Up/Down Next/previous channel or preset 11 MORE Displays additional device-specific controls and information on your TV 12 Navigation controls See page 3
TV Power Turns your TV on or off Information Display (V25 and V35 system remotes)
*For V25 and V35 systems delivering sound to another room through Bose link OUT (not applicable to systems sold in Japan)
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Shuffle Quick Replay/Skip Backward Seek Backward/Rewind Stop Record Seek Forward/Fast Forward Quick Skip/Skip Forward Pause Play
Page Up/Down Moves to next/previous page MENU Displays the menu for a connected device INFO Displays program information OK Selects or confirms highlighted item Left/Right and Up/Down Navigation control EXIT Clears a menu or guide from your TV screen GUIDE Displays your set top box or TV program guide, or Blu-ray Disc player popup menu
Note: See Operating Your Connected Devices on page 7 for more details on using navigation and playback controls with selected sources.
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Information display (V25 and V35 system remotes)
The display provides operating and system status information. Examples: Source identification
Remote glow button
Pressing the glow button on the rear of the remote illuminates the remote buttons (and the display for V25 and V35 systems). The light turns off automatically after several seconds to prolong battery life.
To adjust the illumination level: Note: To avoid the risk of deleting a radio preset, switch to any source other than AM or FM before making this adjustment. 1. Press and hold the Glow and OK buttons at the same time for 5 seconds. 2. Press the up/down navigation button to select Brightness or Contrast. 3. Press the left/right navigation button to decrease or increase the illumination level. 4. Press either the OK or Glow button to return to normal operation.
FM P1 90.9 - WBUR90.9
MENU GUIDE INFO EXIT
Play Pause Stop Record Fast forward or search forward Fast rewind or search reverse Quick skip or skip forward Quick replay or skip backward Shuffle mode
Display device menu (if available) or system setup menu Display Blu-ray pop-up menu Display device information Exit menu Up one item Down one item Move left Move right Select Next page, channel, or disc Previous page, channel, or disc
Listening to a Bose link input device
You can use your LIFESTYLE system to listen to content from a Bose link-compatible system, such as another LIFESTYLE system. Connect that system to the Bose link IN connector on the rear panel of the control console.
To listen to the Bose link source, press the SOURCE button and select Bose link. Be sure to connect your Bose link device before attempting to select it. It will not appear in the SOURCE list until it is connected.
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Playing an iPod or iPhone (V25 and V35 only)
Your LIFESTYLE system can play audio and video from your iPod or iPhone. Be sure to dock your iPod before attempting to select it. It will not appear in the SOURCE list until you dock it. Your iPod menus and content appear on the left side of your screen as shown in the following example. The Now Playing track appears on the right.
The following controls are available to operate your connected iPod.
Up one menu level (press and hold to go to top menu level) (If playing video, pause and return to menu) Up one page Down one page Up one menu item (press and hold to scroll quickly) Down one menu item (press and hold to scroll quickly) Up one menu level (If playing video, pause and return to menu) Down one menu level Down one menu level Play Pause Stop Next track or audio bookmark Previous track or audio bookmark Fast forward Fast rewind Shuffle on/off
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Using the front console inputs
The front of the console provides analog A/V inputs plus a USB and an HDMI input. These inputs appear in the SOURCE menu as A/V (Front), USB, and HDMI (Front) only when a device is connected. These inputs are provided for temporarily connecting devices such as digital cameras and video cameras.
Use the following controls for viewing digital photos.
Up one menu item (press and hold to repeat) Down one menu item (press and hold to repeat) Up one folder level, or exit and return to browsing folders (if viewing a slideshow)
Your LIFESTYLE system can display photo files (.jpg or.jpeg format only) from a USB storage device. When selecting the USB source, folders appear at the top of the list on the left followed by single image files. Selecting a folder displays its contents.
Up one folder level, or exit and return to browsing folders (if viewing a slideshow) Down one folder level Down one folder level (if a folder is highlighted), or Play slideshow (if a photo file is highlighted) Up nine items Down nine items
Exit slideshow and return to browsing folders Play slideshow of highlighted folder Pause slideshow Exit slideshow and return to browsing folders Next image Previous image
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Front Analog A/V input
You can use this input for devices that have composite video and left/right audio outputs. The Bose remote does not control a device connected to this input. You need to use the controls on the device itself or the remote that came with it.
Stretches video image evenly from the center.
Stretches the edges of the video image much more than the center portion of the image. Enlarges the video image (press the up/down navigation buttons to vertically offset the image on your screen). Places vertical gray bars on the left and right of a standard definition video image. Fits the video image to your screen.
You can use this input for devices that have an HDMI output. The Bose remote does not control a device connected to this input. You need to use the controls on the device itself or the remote that came with it.
Changing the image view
Press the image view button to display a menu of video formatting choices. Continue to press this button to highlight your choice. Your TV picture will change momentarily after you select a format.
Normal Leaves original video image unchanged. Fit
Fills width of the screen without cropping any content.
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Selecting the radio
1. Press the SOURCE button. 2. Keep pressing the SOURCE button to select FM or AM in the SOURCE list.
Recalling a preset station
To recall your stored presets: Press the channel up or down button to go to the next or previous preset. For quick access to presets 1-9, press the number key of the preset.
Moves to the Home state of the device. Repeat track on an iPod or other digital media players. Switches tuners in a multi-tuner device. Accesses the system menu for your set top box. Accesses interactive features for some digital television services (EU only). See the following on Changing system options. Highlighted option Selected setting
3. Press the remote OK button to display the OPTIONS menu for the current source. The following is an example for a video device.
Changing system options
The number of items appearing in the OPTIONS menu depends on which source is currently selected. 1. Press the remote MORE button. 2. Using the left/right ( highlight OPTIONS. ) navigation buttons, 4. Using the up/down ( ) navigation buttons, highlight the option you want to change. 5. Using the left/right ( select the setting. ) navigation buttons,
6. Press the remote EXIT button when done.
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Option Sound Available Settings Original. Plays stereo audio when stereo audio is received from the source Recommended*. Plays 5-channel audio whether or not 2- or 5-channel audio is received from the source Alternative. Plays 5-channel audio when either stereo or 5-channel audio is received from the source Enhanced Mono.. Plays simulated surround sound when monaural audio is received from the source Allow Stereo*.. Allows stereo sound from the current stereo FM radio station Stereo Off.. Changes the current station to mono, which can help when tuning to a weak radio station On*.. Displays RDS information on the remote Off.. No RDS information on the remote On.. Produces improved video performance for game systems Off*. Normal video performance Off*. No change to audio track Enhance Dialog. Enhances sound output so you can hear movie dialogs more distinctly Smart Volume.. Reduces the range of volume levels in a movie soundtrack so the difference between extremely loud outbursts and soft sounds is less noticeable Track 1*. Selects track 1 from an external audio stream with multiple audio tracks Track 2. Selects track 2 from an external audio stream with multiple audio tracks Both Tracks. Selects tracks 1 and 2 from an external audio stream Not Available. Automatically selected when only one track is received Increases the volume level of the selected source relative to other sources (0* to 10) On.. Applies video overscan to the current video source Off*. Video source unaffected Adjusts bass level 9 to Normal* to +6 (After ADAPTiQ calibration) 14 to Normal* to 14 (No ADAPTiQ calibration)
Current Station (V35/V25 only) RDS (V35/V25 only) Game Mode Audio Compression
Volume Offset Source Overscan System Bass
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Option System Treble
Available Settings Adjusts treble level 9 to Normal* to +6 (after ADAPTiQ calibration) 14 to Normal* to +14 (no ADAPTiQ calibration) Adjusts the audio delay to synchronize audio with the video 2 to Normal* to +5 Adjusts the volume level of the rear speakers relative to front speakers (10 to Normal* to +6) This option is unavailable if the Speakers option is set to Stereo (2) or Front (3) Adjusts the volume level of the front center speaker relative to other speakers (8 to Normal* to +8) (unavailable if the Speakers option is set to Stereo (2)) Stereo (2). Activates only front left and right speakers Front (3). Activates only front left, center, and right speakers Surround (5)*. Activates all front and rear speakers On*. Enables the system to display the volume level meter and mute indicator on your TV Off. Prevents the display of the volume level meter and mute indicator On.Sends HDMI audio to your TV (audio from the TV is not affected by plugging headphones into the control console or by pressing Mute or Volume on the remote) Off*.Sends HDMI audio to the LIFESTYLE system speakers Changes the resolution (Standard/720p/1080i/1080p) of the video signal sent to your TV (only settings supported by your TV appear as options)
A/V Sync Rear Speakers Center Speaker Speakers
Volume on TV TV Speakers
Video Output * Factory setting
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About the Setup mode
After performing the initial system setup using the Unify intelligent integration system, you can make additional changes to your system at any time using the Setup mode.
Menu item Source setup options (Note 2) What you can do Change a device name Program your remote to control a device and add the IR emitter if needed Remove a device Add or change audio or video connections Add another device or accessory to your system Select the house code mode: Standard (16 house codes, 16 room codes) or Alternative (64 house codes, 4 room codes) Change the room code For more information on Homewide expansion, see Adding Sound to Another Room (V25 and V35 systems)* on page 19 Perform a system software update (see Performing a system software update on page 24 for more information) Send IR codes to program a learning remote Returns you to the last source selected
To display the Setup menu on your TV, press the Setup button on the front of the control console. Using the navigation buttons on the remote, select the function you want and follow the instructions on the screen.
Menu item What you can do
Add a device (Note 2) Homewide (Note 3)
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Replacing the batteries
Replace all four batteries when you notice a marked decrease in the range or response of your remote control, or when you see the low battery indicator (V25 and V35 systems) on the display.
You can wipe the outside surfaces using a soft dry cloth. You can also lightly vacuum the speaker grilles. DO NOT use solvents, chemicals, or sprays. DO NOT allow liquids to spill or objects to drop into any openings.
Low battery icon (V25 and V35 systems)
Cable iPod iP Pod
The B Beatles
Viewing system information
Press and hold the Setup button on the control console to display the following system information on your TV: Control console serial number, software version, and IR database Acoustimass module serial number and software version Radio software version TV connection status Remote control ID number and software version House code Connected Bose link rooms Device connections Press the Setup button again to remove the list from the screen.
1. Slide the battery compartment cover off the back of the remote control.
AA (IEC-LR6) batteries (4)
Battery compartment cover
2. Remove the old batteries. 3. Install four new AA (IEC-LR6) 1.5V batteries, matching the polarity markings (+ and ) to the markings inside the battery compartment. 4. Slide the battery cover back into place.
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Problem What to do
The system is not responding Make sure the control console is turned on. to initial operation of my Make sure batteries are in the remote. Bose remote Reset the system. See Resetting the system on page 24. Press any remote key and watch the power light on the control console. It should blink with each press. If not, see Pairing the remote with the console on page 24 and follow the procedure. The Bose remote does not control a device I added during the initial setup One video connection is less than optimum System doesnt do anything Try setting up the device again. Press the Setup button on the control console. Select the device options and follow the on-screen instructions to set up the device again. Your system may need a software update. See Performing a system software update on page 24. To change a video connection, press the Setup button on the control console and select the device setup options. Follow the on-screen instructions. Make sure the AC power cord is inserted securely into the power supply. Make sure the Acoustimass module and the power supply are fully plugged into a live AC (mains) outlet. Select a connected device from the SOURCE menu. Reset the system. See Resetting the system on page 24.
Make sure the Acoustimass module is plugged into a live AC (mains) outlet. Increase the volume. Press the Mute button ( ) and make sure your system is not muted. Check the input connections on the control console. Make sure that you have selected the right source. Make sure that the audio input cable is firmly plugged into the Acoustimass connector on the control console and the other end is firmly seated into the Media Center connector on the Acoustimass module. Check connections between the front and rear speakers and the Acoustimass module. For radio operation (V25 and V35 systems only), connect the FM and AM antennas. Reset the system. See Resetting the system on page 24.
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Sound is marred by a loud hum or buzz, which may be electrical in nature (not harmonic) No sound from center speaker Center speaker is too loud
What to do
Contact Bose Customer Service to determine if and how other electrical devices in the room may be creating unwanted signals, and to obtain possible remedies.
Make sure the center speaker cable is connected at both ends. Set the Speakers option to Front(3) or Surround(5) in the OPTIONS menu. In the OPTIONS menu, make sure the Sound setting is not Original. Decrease the Center Speaker volume setting in the OPTIONS menu for the current source.
No sound from rear speakers Make sure the Speakers option is set to Surround(5) in the OPTIONS menu. Increase the Rear Speakers setting in the OPTIONS menu for the current source. Make sure the video sound source is stereo-encoded or surround-encoded, and the device used (DVD, VCR, DVR, etc.) is stereo. For stereo inputs, make sure the Sound option is set to Recommended or Alternative. Rear speakers are too loud Decrease the Rear Speakers volume setting in the OPTIONS menu for the current source. Make sure the left and right front speakers are connected to the front speaker jacks, and the left and right rear speakers are connected to the rear speaker jacks. Make sure antennas are connected properly. Move AM antenna at least 20 inches (50 cm) from the control console and Acoustimass module. Adjust antenna position to improve reception. Make sure the AM antenna is in an upright position. Move antennas farther from control console, TV, or other electronic equipment. Select another station. You may be in an area of weak signal coverage for some stations.
What you must do to obtain Limited Warranty Service:
Return product, with proof of purchase from an authorized Bose dealer, using the following procedures: 1. Contact the Bose organization in your country/region (visit Global.Bose.com/register for Bose contact information in your country/region) for specific return and shipping instructions; 2. Label and ship the product, freight prepaid, to the address provided by the Bose organization in your country; and 3. Place any necessary return authorization number prominently on the outside of the carton. Cartons not bearing a return authorization number, where required, will be refused.
Frequency: 2.4 GHz Range: 33 ft (10 m)
Control console power supply rating
AC input: 100-240V 50/60 Hz, 0.5A (0,5A) DC output: 12V 20W Max.
Acoustimass module rating
USA/Canada: 100-120V 50/60 Hz 350W International: 220-240V 50/60 Hz 350W Dual voltage: 100-120/220-240V 50/60 Hz 350W
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