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bose speaker system manualPlease read this owner’s guide carefully and save it forCAUTION: Do not make unauthorized alterations to the product; doing soThe lightning ?ash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangleWARNING: This product contains magnetic material. Contact yourThe exclamation point within an equilateral triangle, as marked on theThe equipment mayMany injuries, particularlyKeep new andIf the battery compartment does notIf you think the battery mkeepay have been swallowed or placed insideDo not recharge, disassemble, heat above. Replace only with an agency approvedDispose of usedDo not expose batteries or a battery pack to heat orDo not short-circuit battery. Do notDo not remove aDo not subjectIn the event of a battery leaking, do notIf contact hasDo not use any batteryKeep batteries out of the reach of children. Seek medical advice immediately ifAlways purchase the correct battery forWipe the battery terminalsUse the battery only in theWhen possible, remove the batteryReplace only with AA (IEC LR06)WARNING: Contains small parts which may be a choking hazard. NotIt is neither designed nor tested for useBose Corporation hereby declares that this product is in compliance withPlease dispose of used batteries properly, following local regulations. Do not incinerate. Important Safety InstructionsKeep these instructions. Heed all warnings. Follow all instructions. Do not use this apparatus near water. Clean only with a dry cloth. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with theDo not install near any heat sources, such as radiators, heat registers, stoves,Protect the power supply or cord from being walked on or pinched, particularlyUnplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periodsRefer all servicing to quali?ed service personnel.

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Servicing is required whenThis symbol means the product must not be discarded as householdFor more information on disposalNote: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits forThis equipment generates, uses,If this equipment does cause harmfulChanges or modi?cations not expressly approved by Bose Corporation couldThis device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules and Industry CanadaOperation is subject to the following twoThis Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Date of manufacture: The four bolded digits in the serial number indicate theChina Importer: Bose Electronics (Shanghai) Company Limited, Part C, Plan 9. No. 353 North Riying Road, China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone. EU Importer: Bose GP, Castleblayney Road, Carrickmacross, Ireland. Taiwan Importer: Bose Taiwan Branch, Room 905, 9F, Worldwide House, 131. Min Sheng East Rd, Section 3, Taipei, Taiwan, 105. Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Bose Corporation is underManufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby andThe terms HDMI and HDMI High-De?nition Multimedia Interface, and the HDMI. Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the. United States and other countries. No part of this work may be reproduced, modi?ed,This device complies with FCC and Industry Canada RF radiation exposure limitsIt must not be co-located or be operating inNames and Contents of Toxic or Hazardous Substances or Elements. Toxic or Hazardous Substances and Elements. Part Name. LeadMercuryCadmiumHexavalentMetal parts. Plastic parts. Speakers. Cables. O: Indicates that said hazardous substance contained in all of the homogeneous materials for this part. X: Indicates that said hazardous substance contained in at least one of the homogeneous materials. Please complete and retain for your records. Serial numbers can be found on the bottom of the soundbar and on theWe suggest you keep your receipt with this owner’s guide. English - 3Introduction. Getting System Information. System indicators. 14. System features. 5. Status indicator. 14. Unpacking. 5. Setting up the System. Alternate Setup. Placing the system. 6. No sound from a source(s) connected to your TV. 15. Cable options. 6. No optical, coaxial, or analog connector on your TV. 15. Connecting your TV. 6. Connecting the system. 7. Option 1: Optical cable (preferred). 7. Option 2: Coaxial cable. 7. Option 3: Analog cable. 7. Connecting to power. 7. Placing your TV on the system. 8. Turning off your TV speakers. 8. Powering on the system. 8. Con?rming your TV speakers are off. 8. Using the System. Using the Solo 15 series II system universal remote. 9. Programming the universal remote. 10. Customizing the power button. 10. Switching between sources. 10. Function buttons. 10. Using the Solo 10 series II system remote control. 11Optional Solo 15 series II system universal remote control. 12. Programming a non-Bose remote control. 12. Adjusting the volume. 12. Adjusting the bass level. 12. Resetting the bass level. 12. Dialogue mode. 12. Auto-wake. 12. Using theSwitching between connected devices. 13Care and Maintenance. Troubleshooting. 18. Replacing the remote batteries. 19. Solo 15 series II system remote control. 19. Solo 10 series II system remote control. 19. Cleaning. 19. Customer service. 19. Limited warranty. 19. Technical Information. 19TV sound system. Unpacking. Carefully unpack the carton and con?rm that the following partsSystem featuresPower cord. Optical cableSolo 15 series II systemCoaxial cableMay ship with multiple power cords. The appropriate powerNote: If part of the system is damaged, do not use it. Contact yourEnglish - 5Placing the system. Cable optionsTip: If your TV does not have an optical, coaxial or analogNote: You must connect the audio cable through your Audio. OUT connector panel. Your TV's connector panel may not appear as shown. Look for the shape (optical) or color of the connector. Placement guidelines. If placing the sound system in a cabinet or on a shelf, position theOption 1. Optical (digital). Preferred methodCoaxial (digital). Use if no opticalOption 3. Analog (stereo). Use this connection ifChoose an audio cable. Connecting your TV. Insert one end of the audio cable into the correct Audio OUTCAUTION: If using an optical cable, remove the protective capsConnecting the system. Option 3: Analog cable. After connecting the audio cable to your TV, connect the other endOption 1: Optical cable (preferred). CAUTION: Ensure you have removed the protective cap fromInserting the plug inConnecting to powerThe system emits a tone. Hinged door. Note: The connector has a hinged door that swings inwardOption 2: Coaxial cable. Insert the other end of the coaxial cable into the Coaxial connectorEnglish - 7Placing your TV on the system. Turning off your TV speakers. Lift your TV and place it on top of the system. Follow theseTo avoid hearing distorted sound, turn off your TV speakers.You can also mount your TV on the wall above the system. Refer to your TV’s owner’s guide for more information. Powering on the systemThe status indicator glows green.Installing an anti-tipTo avoid wireless interference. Status indicatorSample system placement. Check if sound is coming from the system. Con?rming your TV speakers are offNote: If you hear sound coming from your TV, seeUsing the Solo 15 series II system universal remote. Use the remote to control sources connected to the system, adjust the system volume, change channels, use playback functions and enable. Source selection. Selects a sourceNavigation pad. Lists recorded DVRVolume controlsBass controlsDialogue modePrevious channel, chapter or track. Playback controls. Displays the Internet TVClosed captioning. Teletext mode. Function buttonsEnglish - 9Programming the universal remote. Customizing the power button. You can program the universal remote to control your source, suchYou may need to perform thisYou can customizeLocate your source’s codeRemote Device Codes book (provided).On the remote control, press and hold the appropriate sourceFor example, to program your TV, press and holdThe appropriate source button continues to glow.Both buttons ?ash three times. Enter your source’s codeOn the number keypad, enter the code for your source’s brand. Test your source’s code. Switching between sourcesFor information on. Test your source for basic functions. Follow the instructions forNote: Before you begin, ensure you have correctly programmedPress the button for the source you want to control. The source button glows.The source powers on. Based on your source’s response to basic functions:Function buttonsRepeat steps 1-2 inYou may need to repeat thisIf all six buttons blink threeRepeat steps 1-2 in “Enter your source’sTip: After you exit programming mode, press the appropriateNote: Your source may not be compatible with universalPress. The red, green, yellow and blue buttons on the remote controlUsing the Solo 10 series II system remote controlSwitches audio from a Bluetooth enabledBass controlsDialogue modeYou can switch between your TV and Bluetooth enabled device(s) by pressing the appropriate source button on your remote control. To switch to your TV, press the TV button (For more information on streaming music from Bluetooth enabled devices, see page 13. English - 11Optional Solo 15 series II systemBose offers the Solo 15 series II system universal remote control forRefer to the contact sheet in the carton. Programming a non-BoseDialogue mode. Dialogue mode provides optimal sound quality for dialogue-onlyOn the remote control, press the dialogue button ( ) to toggleThe status indicator glows amber when dialogue mode is enabled. Auto-wake. You can program a non-Bose remote control, such as your. Refer to yourYou can set the system to power on whenever a sound signalOnce programmed, the non-Bose remote performs basic functions. On the remote control, press and holdAdjusting the volume. The status indicator glows dim amber when the system is off andOn the remote control:Note: If you hear sound coming from your TV, see “Troubleshooting” on page 18. Adjusting the bass levelPress the Bass button (Note: For optimal sound quality for dialogue-only programs, suchResetting the bass level. On the remote control, press and holdNote: The system powers off after 60 minutes of inactivity. Bluetooth enabled smartphones, tablets, computers or other audioBefore you can stream music from a Bluetooth enabled device, youMake sure the Bluetooth indicator blinks blue before you pairIf there are multiple devices stored in the system’s pairing list,The system’s Bluetooth indicator shows connection statusUsing the buttonOn the remote control, press. The system connects to the last two devices that streamed toIf you cannot stream audio from a paired device. The system may have lost connection to the device. Check theIf the paired device is out of range ofSelect Bose Solo system from your device list. Once paired, Bose Solo system appears connected inIf you cannot pair your device. You may need to clear the system’s Bluetooth pairing list (seeAfter you clear theSee “Troubleshooting” on page 18 for more information. Switching between connectedThe system supports multi-point connectivity, which allows you toThe last two devices that streamed to the system remain connected. During playback, you can pause audio on the streaming device,You may need toBluetooth menu. The system emits a tone. All paired mobile devices are clearedEnglish - 13System indicators. Status indicator. Indicator activity. System state. Off. System off (standby). Green. Solid: System is on. Blinking: System is muted. Amber. Dim: Standby, auto-wake is enabled. Solid: Dialogue mode.AVE-FRANCE.COM/pics/files/canon-powershot-s400-manual-free-download.pdf Blinking: Dialogue mode, system is muted. Red. System error: Call Bose Customer Service. Refer to the contact sheet in the carton. Blue. Blinking: Ready to pair. White. Blinking: Connecting. Solid: ConnectedYou may need to use an alternate setup method for the following reasons. No sound from a source(s) connected to your TV. Some TVs do not deliver sound from connected sources to the system. Use an alternate setup method to directly connect your source(s) toProblem. What to do. No sound from a source connected to your TV. Connect your source to the system using one of the three cable options. (See page 16.). No sound from two sources connected to your TV. Connect your sources to the system using Option 1 or Option 2. (See page 16.). No optical, coaxial, or analog connector on your TV. Some TVs do not have optical, coaxial, or analog connectors. Use an alternate setup method to connect your TV to the system. Problem. TV only has a headphones connector. Connect your TV using a 3.5 mm stereo cable (not provided). (See page 17.). TV has no audio outputsEnglish - 15Connecting a source to the system. Connecting two sources to the systemUse only one audio cable forCAUTION: If using an optical cable, remove the protective capsOption 1 or Option 2 (see page 17). Note: You MUST use either Option 1 or Option 2. Do not useAudio Out (digital) connector panel to the system. Note: Do not disconnect your source’s video cable, such as an. Option 1. Audio OUT. Source connectorThis ?gure shows two source connections using an optical cableCAUTION: If using an optical cable, remove the protective capsAudio OUT. Source 1. System connector panelNote: Do not disconnect your source’s video cable, such as an. System connector panelAudio OUT. Source 2Option 2. This ?gure shows two source connections using a coaxial cableAudio OUT. Source 2. Connecting a TV headphones connector toIf your TV only has a headphones connector, use a 3.5 mm to RCARefer to your TV’s owner’sAudio OUT. TV headphones connector panelSystem connector panel. Using two sources connected to the system. Power off sources when not in use. In order for one source toSystem connector panel. English - 17Troubleshooting. No power. No audio. Cannot play. Distorted audio. Unmute the system. Increase the volume. Plug the audio cable into a connector on your TV labelled Audio Output or Audio OUT, not Audio Input or Audio IN. Use only one audio cable. Secure all cable connections and ensure they are correct. Select the correct TV input. Enable your TV’s audio output and select the correct setting, such as such as Stereo or 5.1 Channel Audio. Refer toUse alternate setup (see page 15). If connecting to two sources. If the system is connected to a TV output labelled VARIABLE (VAR), power of your TV speakers, set your TV volume toIf connecting through a TV headphones output, increase your TV volume to the maximum limit. Unplug the power cord for at least one minute and reconnect. Refer to your Bluetooth enabled device’s owner’s guide. Increase the volume on the system, your mobile device and music source. Ensure you are using the correct device. If multiple Bluetooth enabled devices are connected, pause your streaming device ?rst. Disconnect other Bluetooth enabled devices when not in use. See “No audio” or “Distorted Audio”. Secure cable connections on the system and TV (or other connected sources). If the system is connected to a TV output labelled VARIABLE (VAR), reduce the TV volume. Use alternate setup (see page 15). Unplug the power cord for at least one minute and reconnect.Sound is coming from the TV. Status indicator is red. Refer to the contact sheet in the carton.Replacing the remote batteries. Cleaning. Solo 15 series II system remote control. Replace both batteries when the remote control stops operating orUse Alkaline batteries. Do not use any solvents,Customer service. Dispose of the batteries according to the regulations inSolo 10 series II system remote control. Replace the battery when the remote control stops operating or itsFor additional help, contact Bose Customer Service. Refer to theLimited warranty. Your system is covered by a limited warranty. Details of the limitedThe warranty information provided with this product does not applySee our website at Information. Power ratingWARNING: Do not ingest battery, chemical burn hazard. The remote control supplied with this productIf you think theReplace only with anDispose of used batteriesEnglish - 19. Framingham, MA 01701-9168 USA. AM744648 Rev. 00PDF Version: 1.6. Linearized: Yes. Encryption: Standard V2.3 (128-bit). User Access: Print, Copy, Extract. XMP Toolkit: Adobe XMP Core 4.0-c316 44.253921, Sun Oct 01 2006 17:14:39. Creator Tool: Adobe InDesign CC 2014 (Windows). Creator: swliao. Document ID: uuid:5af93e38-4896-41e5-8cc6-c91b0e6aa794. Instance ID: uuid:9e496ef3-9cc4-44cb-ac11-642d2da8d40a. Producer: Acrobat Distiller 8.1.0 (Windows). Page Count: 20. Author: swliao. Attach the supplied self-adhesive feet to the bottom surface of each speaker for greater stability (Figure 1). Note: If these speakers are used for the rear surround channels in a home theater system, choose the “SMALL SPEAKER” setting.The sound should seem to come from a point between the two speakers. The bass should be full and natural. If not, your connec- tions may be reversed, causing the speakers to play out of phase. Do not apply liquids directly to the speakers. If you vacuum the front grille of the speakers, do so carefully. Troubleshooting If you experience problems with your 161 speakers, the following suggestions may help. Used: GoodIf you want us to ship to one of the above please contact us and we will give you an estimated shipping cost.Please try again.Please try again.Please choose a different delivery location.AVANDCIE-ENERGY.COM/ckfinder/userfiles/files/canon-powershot-s400-instruction-manual.pdfPage 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1 In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. This item is eligible for FREE tech support for 90 days from the date of delivery. Over the phone or chat, our trained technicians can help you set up, configure, connect, and troubleshoot so you can start enjoying your new purchase. Get in touch with tech support by going to your Orders page, and clikcing on Get Product Support. Learn more Amazon Business: For business-only pricing, quantity discounts and FREE Shipping. Register a free business account Please try your search again later.Hook it up to this Bose CineMate Digital Home Theater Speaker System and enjoy top-of-the-line, full range audio!This 2.1 channel speaker set is designed to work with your TV and video components, such as a DVD player or VCR. It even comes with a universal remote control, so that you can control all of your entertainment devices with a single remote. It's easy to use and easy to setup, too. That's right, no confusing installation with the CineMate. It comes with intuitive one-way connectors, so you'll be enjoying that multichannel sound in no time. Order the Bose CineMate Digital Home Theater Speaker System today!Equipped with two front speakers and a compact Acoustimass module, this Bose speaker system facilitates easy installation with just four intuitive connections. Moreover, you can experience your favorite shows come alive by connecting with this stereo speaker system to your TV. Thanks to the proprietary TrueSpace digital processing circuitry, this Bose speaker system reproduces clear and distortion-free sound aided by its audio channels. What’s more, you can listen to clear, soft sounds in a movie, as the powerful Bose Cinemate speaker supports the digital dynamic range speaker compression circuitry. Amazon calculates a product’s star ratings based on a machine learned model instead of a raw data average. The model takes into account factors including the age of a rating, whether the ratings are from verified purchasers, and factors that establish reviewer trustworthiness. Please try again later.The CineMate is the perfect unit to add theater sound to an office, bedroom, or apartment where a larger, more powerful system is not realistic due to space or sound output requirements. The CineMate is simple and straight forward to setup. As with any system, location of the speakers is important. Locate the small 'front' speakers to the sides of the TV screen, the subwoofer placement is not critical (more later), but because the amplifer and audio connections are located in the subwoofer, it must be placed fairly close to the TV unless you use longer cables from the audio out of the TV and then you are still limited by the length of the speaker cables which have custom connectors molded on. The front speakers provide sharp, accurate sound, the bass is good without being over powering. No, you aren't going to feel the bass in your 'gut', but then this system was never intended to do so. Several reviewers were disappointed with the bass response; even though sub's are non-directional, their output can be influenced by several factors within the listening area. Try turning the sub unit, sliding it further way from a wall or closer to it.It was super-easy to set up, too. The hardest part was just getting it out of the box (and that was easy!). Anyway, the sound quality is nice and a huge jump from the regular TV sound--which its a DLP and the sound is okay, but this just gives it a much nicer quality. Also, for the price you can't beat it, considering it's a Bose. We also have the 7-speaker system and although the sound is better on that, you're not paying a few grande for this set. I totally recommend this for those who don't have the money to chunk down on a bigger set, or for those (like us) who don't have a good floor-plan for running surround sound in this room.There are plenty of good reviews already, I just wanted to highlight 2 things: 1) if you use a Samsung BD-P2500 1080p Blu-ray Disc Player (or, presumably, any Samsung Blu-ray player) the universal remote pause button does not function. 2) ignore the folks who say that, since this isn't driven by your digital output, this is not a worthwhile system.I have a Bose 321, in ear headphones, radio, speakers in my SUV and just recently the Cinemate system. The Bose Cinemate theater speaker system is a must have if you want to upgrade the sound of your TV,DVD and or VCR output. There is ease of setup and operation with sound worthy of comfort in any small room. I have mine hooked up in my bedroom. I have not heard complaints from my neighbors as yet, but I've noticed that my wife has bugun to crank up the volume as well. Once the system is set up there is nothing to do but to turn it on and off as desired. The television speakers are turned off during setup, so your equalizer settings of your TV provide the desired Bass and treble. I have had to reduce the base and volume settings while listening to some CDs, but other than that I just turn it on as needed. An interesting feature is the universal nature of the remote when correctly setup. One can control other devices with the Cinemate remote. Pick one up and be prepared for a pretty lively room.I realize in many ways this is poor praise for such an excellent system which is a supplement to a TV speaker. So this system is a blessing. I did not seek exceptional reproduction of TV but to listen normally and not miss the blurred sounds. It does the job. Bose is a great telephone information and help company. They actually hold your telphonic hand.AWESOME, ACCURATE, sound !! All I can say about those that are giving this a negative rating is that they must NOT be able to follow directions or have a lame set up to begin with. If you want great accurate sound this is for you. The Bose acustimass simply kicks ass when called upon.I should have read the specs more carefully. Had a difficult time setting it up. Had to purchase a converter box -- converts analog RCA cables to optical cable. Box worked fine. I wish the woofer provided more base. Page 3 System Information. Serial numbers are located on the bottom of the media center and the bottom panel of the.