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bose sound system owner s manualAttach 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. Please read this owner’s guide carefully and save it for future reference. The lightning ?ash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangle alerts the user to theThe exclamation point within an equilateral triangle, as marked on the system, isAs with any electronic products, use careCAUTION: Do not make unauthorized alterations to the product; doing so may compromiseWARNING: This product contains magnetic material. Contact your physician if youIt is neither designed nor tested for use outdoors, inBose Corporation hereby declares that this product is in compliance with the essentialThe complete declaration of conformity can be. Please 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 the manufacturer’s instructions. Do not install near any heat sources, such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatusProtect the power supply or cord from being walked on or pinched, particularly at plugs,Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table speci?

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ed by the manufacturer, orUnplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time. Refer all servicing to quali?ed service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus hasThis symbol means the product must not be discarded as household waste, and shouldProper disposal andNote: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digitalThese limits are designed to provideThis equipmentHowever, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. IfChanges or modi?cations not expressly approved by Bose Corporation could void the user’sThis device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules and Industry Canada license-exempt. RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may notThis Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. This device complies with FCC and Industry Canada RF radiation exposure limits set forth forRadiation Exposure Statement. This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be. Radiation Exposure Statement. This equipment complies with IC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. Declaration d'exposition aux radiations. Cet equipement est conforme aux limites d'exposition aux rayonnements IC etablies pour un environnement non controle. CetEnglish - 3Names and Contents of Toxic or Hazardous Substances or Elements. Toxic or Hazardous Substances and Elements. Part Name. PCBs. LeadMercuryCadmiumHexavalentBiphenyl (PBB). PolybrominatedMetal parts. Plastic parts. Speakers. Cables. O: Indicates that said hazardous substance contained in all of the homogeneous materials for this part is. X: Indicates that said hazardous substance contained in at least one of the homogeneous materials used for this part is above. Please complete and retain for your records. Serial numbers can be found on the bottom of the soundbar and on the packaging for theWe suggest you keep your receipt with this owner’s guide. Date of manufacture: The four bolded digits in the serial number indicate the date of manufacture. The ?rst digit is the year of manufacture; “5” is 2005 or 2015. Digits 2-4 are the month and date;China 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, 105Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-DThe 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, distributed, orIntroduction. About your TV sound system. 7. System features. 7. Unpacking. 8. Placing the soundbar. 9. Sample soundbar placement. 9. Wall mounting the soundbar. 9. Setting Up the System. Cable options. 10. Connecting your TV. 10. Connecting the soundbar. 11. Option 1: Optical cable (preferred). 11. Option 2: Coaxial cable. 12. Connecting to power. 13. Mounting ring. 13. Turning off your TV speakers. 14. Powering on your soundbar. 14. Con?rming your TV speakers are off. 14. Using the System. Remote control buttons. 15. Programming the universal remote. 16. Customizing the power button. 17. Switching between sources. 17. Function buttons. 17. Adjusting the volume. 18. Adjusting the bass level. 18. Resetting the bass level. 18. Dialogue mode. 19. Auto-wake. 19. Programming a non-Bose remote control. 19. English - 5Using the button. 21. Switching between connected devices. 22. Getting System Information. Soundbar indicators. 23. Status indicator. 23. Alternate Setup. No sound from a source(s) connected to your TV. 24. No optical or coaxial connector on your TV. 24. Care and Maintenance. Troubleshooting. 30. Adjusting the audio for wall mounting. 31. Replacing the remote batteries. 32. Cleaning. 33. Customer service. 33. Limited warranty. 33. Technical Information. 33About your TV sound system. Your TV sound system provides clear, spacious sound from oneSystem featuresEnglish - 7Unpacking. Carefully unpack the carton and con?rm that the following parts are included. Soundbar. Optical cable. Power supply and cord. Coaxial cableUniversal remote controlMay ship with multiple power cords. The appropriate power cord for yourNote: If part of the system is damaged, do not use it. Contact your authorized. Refer to the contact sheet inPlacing the soundbar. To avoid wireless interference:Sample soundbar placement. Wall mounting the soundbar. You can mount the soundbar on a wall. To purchase the WB-120 Wall Mount Kit. After wall mounting and setting up the soundbar, adjust the audio for better bassCAUTION: Do not use any other hardware to mount the soundbar. English - 9Cable options. Connect your TV to the soundbar using one of the two digital cable options. The optical cable is the preferred method for connection. Note: If your TV does not have an optical or coaxial connector, seeNote: You must connect the audio cable through your Audio OUTYour TV's connector panel may not appear as shown. Look for the shape or color (coaxial) of the connector. Option 1. Optical cable (digital audio). Preferred method forCoaxial cable (digital audio). Use if no optical outputChoose an audio cable. Connecting your TV. Insert one end of the audio cable into the correct Audio OUT (digital) connector onCAUTION: If using an optical cable, remove the protective caps from both ends.Connecting the soundbar. After connecting the audio cable to your TV, connect the other end to yourFor instructions on connecting a coaxial cable, see page 12. Option 1: Optical cable (preferred). CAUTION: Ensure you have removed the protective cap from both ends of theHinged door. Note: The connector has a hinged door that swings inward when insertingPoInp. TV ical. OpEnglish - 11Option 2: Coaxial cable. Insert the other end of the coaxial cable into the Coaxial connector on theConnecting to powerThe soundbar emits a tone. Mounting ring. To hide the power supply behind your mounted TV, use the mounting ring. Attach the mounting ring to your TV's wall mount using zip ties or bread tiesEnglish - 13Turning off your TV speakers. To avoid hearing distorted sound, turn off your TV speakers. Refer to your TV’s owner’s guide for more information. Powering on your soundbarThe status indicator glows green. Status indicatorNote: If you do not hear sound coming from the soundbar, see. Con?rming your TV speakers are offNote: If you hear sound coming from your TV, seeRemote control buttons. Use the remote to control sources connected to your system, adjust the systemSource selectionSelects a sourceNavigation pad. Lists recorded. DVR programs. Volume controls. Bass controls. Dialogue mode. Previous channel,PlaybackTV aspect ratio. Teletext mode. Closed captioning. Function buttonsEnglish - 15Programming the universal remoteThere may be several codes for your source. YouLocate your source’s codeCodes book (provided). Enter your source’s codeFor example, to program your TV, press and holdThe appropriate source button continues to glow.Test your source’s codeFollow the instructions for your source. Press and to navigate.Press and to navigate.Based on your source’s response to basic functions:If all six buttons blinkRepeat steps 1-2 in “Enter your source’s code” and steps 1-2 in “TestTip: After you exit programming mode, press the appropriate source button toNote: Your source may not be compatible with universal remote controls. Refer toCustomizing the power button. You can customizeBoth buttons ?ash three times. Use the following steps to resyncSwitching between sources. You can switch from one source to another by pressing the appropriate sourceNote: Before you begin, ensure you have correctly programmed your sources.The source button glows.The source powers on.Function buttons. The red, green, yellow and blue buttons on the remote control correspond with theEnglish - 17Adjusting the volume. On the remote control:Adjusting the bass levelThe status indicator blinks white three times and the soundbar savesNote: For optimal sound quality for dialogue-only programs, such as news and talkResetting the bass level. On the remote control, press and holdDialogue mode. Dialogue mode provides optimal sound quality for dialogue-only programs, such asPress the dialogue button (The status indicator glows amber when dialogue mode is enabled. Auto-wake. You can set the soundbar to power on whenever a sound signal is received. Note: The soundbar powers off after 60 minutes of inactivity. Press and holdThe status indicator glows dim amber when the soundbar is off and auto-wakeProgramming a non-Bose remote controlRefer to your non-Bose remote control’s owner’s. Once programmed, the non-Bose remote performs basic functions such as power. English - 19Before you can stream music from a Bluetooth enabled device, you must pair yourMake sure the Bluetooth indicator blinks blue before you pair your device.Tip: The Bluetooth feature is usually found in Settings. A gear icon (Select Bose Solo 5 system from your device list. Once paired, the Bose Solo 5 system appears connected in the device list.If you cannot pair your device. You may need to clear the soundbar’s Bluetooth pairing list (see page 22). After you clear the list, try pairing again.If there are multiple devices stored in the soundbar’s pairing list, it may take aThe soundbar’s Bluetooth indicatorUsing the buttonThe soundbar connects to the last two devices that streamed toIf you cannot stream audio from a paired The soundbar may have lost connection to your device. Check the soundbar’s. Bluetooth indicator. If the paired device is out of range of the soundbar, move yourEnglish - 21. Switching between connected devices. The soundbar supports multi-point connectivity, which allows you to seamlesslyThe last two devices that streamed to the soundbar remain connected. DuringYou may need to clear the pairing list if youOnce you clear the list, you need to pair previouslypaired devices again.All paired mobile devices are cleared and the soundbar is ready to pairSoundbar indicatorsStatusStatus indicator. Indicator activity. System state. Off. Soundbar off (standby). Green. Solid: Soundbar is on. Blinking: Soundbar is muted. Amber. Dim: Standby, auto-wake is enabled. Solid: Dialogue mode. Blinking: Dialogue mode, soundbar is muted. Red. System error: Call Bose Customer Service. Refer toIndicator activity. Blue. Blinking: Ready to pair. White. Blinking: Connecting. Solid: Connected. English - 23You 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 soundbar. Use anProblem. What to do. No sound from a source connected toConnect your source to the soundbar using one ofNo sound from two sourcesConnect your sources to the soundbar using. Option 1 or Option 2. (See page 27.). No optical or coaxial connector on your TV. Some TVs do not have optical or coaxial connectors. Use an alternate setupProblem. TV only has an analog connector. Connect your TV using a 3.5 mm to RCA stereoTV only has a headphones connector. Connect your TV using a 3.5 mm stereo cableTV has no audio outputs. Use the audio outputs on another source, such asConnecting a source to the soundbarCAUTION: If using an optical cable, remove the protective caps from both ends.Audio OUT. Source connector panel. Soundbar connector panelEnglish - 25Connecting a source’s analog connector to the soundbar. If your source does not have an optical or coaxial connector, and only has analogAudio OUT. Source connector panelSoundbar connector panelConnecting two sources to the soundbarOption 2 (see page 28). Note: You MUST use either Option 1 or Option 2. Do not use the coaxial cableOption 1. This ?gure shows two source connections using an optical cable and 3.5 mm to. RCA stereo cable (not provided). CAUTION: If using an optical cable, remove the protective caps from both ends.Audio OUT. Source 1. Audio OUT. Source 2Soundbar connector panel. English - 27Option 2. This ?gure shows two source connections using a coaxial cable and 3.5 mm to. Using two sources connected to the soundbar. Power off sources when not in use. In order for one source to deliver audio to theConnecting a TV headphones connector to the soundbar. If your TV only has a headphones connector, use a 3.5 mm stereo cable (notRefer to your TV’s owner’s guide forAudio OUT. TV headphones connector panelSoundbar connector panel. English - 29Troubleshooting. Problem. No power. No sound. Audio Output or Audio OUT, not Audio Input or Audio IN.Cannot play. Refer to your. Bluetooth enabled device’s owner’s guide.Problem. Distorted soundRemote controlStatus indicatorRefer to the contact sheetAdjusting the audio for wall mounting. After wall mounting the soundbar, adjust the audio for better bass sound. Press and holdThe soundbar emits a tone. Tip: If you remove the soundbar from the wall, repeat to return the soundbar toEnglish - 31Replacing the remote batteries. Replace both batteries when the remote control stops operating or its range seemsCleaning. Do not use any solvents, chemicals orCustomer service. For additional help, contact Bose Customer Service. Refer to the contact sheet inLimited warranty. Your system is covered by a limited warranty. Details of the limited warranty arePlease refer to the productFailure to register will not affectThe warranty information provided with this product does not apply in. Australia or New Zealand. Technical Information. PowerInput rating. Input:Output: 20VDC, 1.8A. Input power rating. Input: 20VDC, 1.8A. English - 33PDF 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 Acrobat Pro 11.0.10. Creator: swliao. Document ID: uuid:5da31528-9a8a-4cff-956b-6445ec7dc1e5. Instance ID: uuid:52908a6f-b7ee-467a-a110-610384d8db17. Producer: Acrobat Distiller 8.1.0 (Windows). Page Count: 33. Author: swliao. The company was established by Amar Bose in 1964 and is based in Framingham, Massachusetts.The 2201 was designed to be located in the corner of a room, using reflections off the walls to increase the apparent size of the room.The purpose of this design was to achieve a dominance of reflected over direct sound in home listening spaces.I gathered them in one room and said, 'If we don't do anything, it will probably kill us. But if we do something, we have no credibility since we're just a small company and we can't do anything against this.' I said I think we oughtta do something. I wanted a vote. It was unanimous in favor of taking action.July 12, 2013. Retrieved July 21, 2019. Retrieved 2012-10-21. American City Business Journals. Retrieved January 15, 2020. Retrieved August 21, 2016. Retrieved February 16, 2009. March 27, 2014. Retrieved July 15, 2012. Retrieved October 21, 2012. Retrieved July 23, 2010. Retrieved October 12, 2006. Among its competitors in the fragmented U.S loudspeaker industry, Bose is feared and disliked. Bose's image isn't helped by its hard-line tactics. It has also sued many of its competitors for mimicking its ads or the look of its products. Bose is 'litigious and they patent everything that moves,' says Andrew Kotsatos, president of Boston Acoustics Inc., a speaker maker in Peabody, Mass. Thomas DeVesto, president of Cambridge Soundworks Inc., a Newton,, speaker maker, says 'I have to be careful. Every time I say something about them, they sue.' To settle a Bose lawsuit, Cambridge had to agree to stop running ads boasting that its speakers were 'better than Bose at half the price.' Associated Press. October 10, 2014. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. If you have Wi-Fi at home, you’re ready to enjoy your favorite music in any room you want. Refer to the quick start guide in the carton for contact information. The app guides you through connecting the system to your network (see page 11). The app guides you through setup. You can do this by manually putting the system in to setup mode. Lights under the indicators glow according to system state (see page 13). See page 19 for more information. Auxiliary source The auxiliary source lets you play music from an audio device connected to your system’s AUX connector. You need a stereo cable with a 3.5 mm stereo cable plug (not provided). If you have not set your Presets, launch the app and set your Presets. For help, refer to the in-app help. If using the remote control, aim the remote toward the system while pressing a Preset on the remote. A gear icon ( Setting ) often represents Settings on the Home screen. If you cannot pair your device You may need to clear the system’s Bluetooth pairing list (see page 21). After you clear the list, try pairing again (see page 19). Note: If there are multiple devices stored in the system’s pairing list, it may take a minute or two for the paired device to connect. Your system’s Bluetooth indicator indicates connection status. See “Understanding the system status indicators” on page 12. Using the button 1. On the system’s button pad or remote control, press and release until the Bluetooth indicator blinks blue. The system connects to the last device that streamed to your system. 2. Once connected, on the Bluetooth enabled device, play music to stream to your system. Tip: If a paired device is connected, you do not need to press. The system’s Bluetooth indicator glows white when connected. If the paired device is out of range of your system, move the device within range. You may need to clear the pairing list if you cannot connect to a device. Once you clear the list, you need to pair previously-paired devices again. The AUX connector accepts a 3.5 mm stereo cable plug (not provided). 1. Using a stereo cable, connect your audio device to the AUX connector on the system. However, you can also update system software using the button pad. 1. Press to power the system on. 2. On the button pad, press and hold 4 and (about 5 seconds). The Wi-Fi indicator glows when Wi-Fi is enabled. Resetting the system Factory reset clears all source, volume, and network settings from the system and returns it to original factory settings. 1. Press to power the system on. 2. On the button pad, press and hold 1 and (about 10 seconds). Post in the comments.Also the the device is not recognized by the phone Trying to troubleshoot but nothing is happening. Click here for more information on the types of cookies we use and how to change your cookie settings. Just type your request belowQuick tip: Try searching for just one or two words (e.g., connection help). They will help you set up. Page 3 Safety. Important Safety InstructionsPage 5 ContentsIntroductionSetting. Page 6 Contents. Listening to other Sources. Playing music from other sources. 19Page 9: Unpacking the system Setting up the System. Unpacking the system. Carefully unpack the carton and confirm that the following parts are included.Page 12: Getting system information Using the System. Powering on the system. On the button pad or the remote control, press Power?. The display. Page 13: Understanding messages on the display Using the System. Understanding messages on the display. The display shows system information and icons, and may include album. Page 14: System control buttons Using the System. The Wi-Fi indicator on the front of the system indicates Wi-Fi status.Page 15: Downloading the app for your mobile device Controlling the System using the App. Page 16: Controlling the system from another computer Controlling the System using the App. Controlling the system from another computer. Page 17: Playing a preset Personalizing your Presets. How presets work. You can personalize six presets to your favorite streaming music services, stations,Setting a preset. This section describes how to set and change a preset from the button pad. Page 19: Playing an AirPlay stream from an external device Listening to other Sources. Playing music from other sources. Page 20: Updating system software Advanced Features. Advanced button controls.