Bose Lifestyle 18 User Manual

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Summary of Contents

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LIFESTYLE ® 18 DVD Home Entertainment System Operating Guide Guía de uso Notice d’utilisation

Page 2 - Safety Information

10Controls and IndicatorsEnglishMedia center controls and indicatorsThe media center has a control panel and CD tray located under its front panel doo

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11Controls and IndicatorsEnglishMedia center display windowThe media center display window shows you information about your system (Figure 2).Figure 2

Page 4 - Contents

12EnglishGeneral System OperationTurning your system on and offYou can turn your system on and off using the On/Off button on the remote control or th

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13General System OperationEnglishTesting the TV on/off detectorThe TV on/off detector causes your media center to turn your TV on and off automaticall

Page 6 - Introduction

14EnglishPlaying a Video DVDBefore you play your first DVDThis section tells you how to use the DVD player in your system to play video DVDs. Before yo

Page 7 - The remote control

15Playing a Video DVDEnglishBasic DVD operations – cont.Using parental controlsPlayback restrictions can be placed on your DVD player by choosing a le

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16EnglishPlaying an Audio CDLoading and playing a CDYour system can play regular audio CDs and MP3 CDs. While playing a CD, the media center display w

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17EnglishListening to AM/FM RadioTurning the radio onPress on the remote to select the radio tuner. If the system is off, this will also turn it on.

Page 10 - Controls and Indicators

18Listening to AM/FM RadioEnglishErasing a station preset1. Lift up the media center door.2. Using the remote, select the preset you want to erase.3.

Page 11 - Media center display window

19EnglishPlaying External SourcesControlling external sourcesFollow the instructions in your LIFESTYLE® Installation Guide for connecting an external

Page 12 - Using the headphones jack

2 Safety Information English W ARNING: T o reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose the system to rain or moisture. These CAUTION mar

Page 13 - Settings (TV)

20Playing External SourcesEnglish7. Select VCR Device Code. The first 4-digit device code is shown.8. Press VCR Power on the LIFESTYLE® remote contro

Page 14 - Loading and playing a DVD

21Playing External SourcesEnglishChanging channels using a VCR or cable/satellite boxYou may want to change TV channels using a VCR or a cable/satelli

Page 15 - Using parental controls

22EnglishChanging System SettingsUsing the settings menusTo display the settings menu on your TV screen:Press the Settings button. The displayed menu

Page 16 - Basic CD operations

23Changing System SettingsEnglishTo enter a submenu:When you see the Enter button symbol to the right of the selected item, that item has a sub-menu o

Page 17 - Setting a station preset

24Changing System SettingsEnglishChanging DVD settingsWhile playing a DVD movie, there are several play options that can be changed. Figure 6 shows yo

Page 18 - Selecting a preset station

25Changing System SettingsEnglishMotion Control: <<Scan/<<4x/ <<2x/Pause/ Play 1x/2x>>/ 4x>>/Scan>>Chooses directi

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26Changing System SettingsEnglishChanging VCD settingsTo change the VCD settings, press the Settings button while a VCD disc is loaded in the disc tra

Page 20 - Programming your LIFESTYLE

27Changing System SettingsEnglishChanging CD settingsTo change the CD settings, press the Settings button while the CD source is selected. Figure 8 s

Page 21 - Recording to a tape deck

28Changing System SettingsEnglishChanging FM settingsTo change the FM settings, press the Settings button while the FM source is selected. Figure 9 sh

Page 22 - Settings (DVD)

29Changing System SettingsEnglishChanging AM settingsTo change the AM settings, press the Settings button while the AM source is selected. Figure 10

Page 23 - DVD Play Options (1 of 2)

3 English Français Español Contents Where to fi nd … Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Page 24 - Changing DVD settings

30Changing System SettingsEnglishChanging TV/VCR/AUX/TAPE settingsTo change the settings for the TV, VCR, AUX, or TAPE source, press the Settings butt

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31Changing System SettingsEnglishMaking audio adjustmentsYou can make some audio adjustments for each source individually. Figure 12 shows you how to

Page 26 - Changing VCD settings

32Changing System SettingsEnglishMono Decoding: On OffAutomatically engages Bose® Videostage® 5 mono decoding circuitry when a Dolby Digital bit

Page 27 - Changing CD settings

33Changing System SettingsEnglishFigure 13Status example: audio setup settingsSettings: Audio Setup (1 of 2)Movie EQ: OnRange Compression: OnAudio Sta

Page 28 - Changing FM settings

34Changing System SettingsEnglishChanging the system setupPress the Settings button to open the Settings menu on your TV screen. Using the down arrow

Page 29 - Changing AM settings

35Changing System SettingsEnglishSystem setup menuThe system setup menu contains settings that affect the entire system.Menu Item Settings What each s

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36Changing System SettingsEnglishDVD setup submenuThe DVD setup submenu lists options for how the DVD player should operate, including Parental Contro

Page 31 - Making audio adjustments

37Changing System SettingsEnglishRemote control setup submenuThis menu allows you to program your LIFESTYLE® remote to operate your TV, VCR and cable/

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38EnglishReferenceChanging the house code settingsEach LIFESTYLE® remote control uses a system of matching house codes to communicate with its corresp

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39ReferenceEnglishSetting up a second listening zoneYour LIFESTYLE® home entertainment system can direct sound from one or two sound sources (such as

Page 34 - Changing the system setup

4 Contents English Changing the system setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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40ReferenceEnglishTaking care of your LIFESTYLE® systemCaring for your system may include:• Cleaning the system’s enclosures• Cleaning your compact di

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41ReferenceEnglishReplacing the remote control batteriesReplace the batteries when the remote control stops operating or its range seems reduced. Alka

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42ReferenceEnglishNo sound from center speaker•Make sure the center speaker cable is connected at both ends.• Select 3- or 5-speaker mode.Too much sou

Page 38 - Reference

43ReferenceEnglishFM sound is distorted • Adjust antenna position to reduce interference.FM sound is noisy in sur-round mode•Weak FM stations will pro

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44ReferenceEnglishTechnical informationMedia Center power pack power ratingUSA/Canada: 120V 0.55A 50/60 Hz 33VDC 1.1AInternational: 220-240V 0.30A

Page 40 - Taking care of your LIFESTYLE

45ReferenceEnglishAccessoriesFor information on speaker mounting brackets and stands, additional remote controls, and connecting additional Bose® powe

Page 41 - Troubleshooting

©2003 Bose Corporation, The Mountain, Framingham, MA 01701-9168 USA 269711 AM Rev.00 JN31014

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5 English Introduction W elcome Thank you for pur chasing a LIFESTYLE ® DVD-based home entertainment system. Thr ough proprietary Bose technologies

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6 Introduction English Composite video – A single video signal that contains luminance, color, and synchronization information. NTSC and PAL are exa

Page 44 - Technical information

7EnglishControls and IndicatorsThe remote control The advanced radio-frequency remote control works from anywhere within most homes. Sim-ply press th

Page 45 - Contacting customer service

8Controls and IndicatorsEnglishThe remote control – continuedSystem menu/navigation controlsDisplays or exits the menu of the DVD disc that is current

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9Controls and IndicatorsEnglishThe remote control – continuedPlayback controlsNote: All playback controls, except Shuffle and Repeat, can also be used

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