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Bose
®
3•2•1
and 3•2•1 GS Home
Entertainment Systems
Owners Guide
August 18, 2003
AM271966_00_V.pdf
AM271966_00_V.pdf August 18, 2003
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Summary of Contents

Page 1 - Entertainment Systems

Bose® 3•2•1and 3•2•1 GS HomeEntertainment SystemsOwner’s GuideAugust 18, 2003AM271966_00_V.pdfAM271966_00_V.pdf August 18, 2003

Page 2 - Safety Information

10System SetupEnglishWARNING: Choose a stable and level surface for both speakers. Vibration can cause the speakers to move, particularly on smooth su

Page 3 - Contents

11System SetupEnglishSpeaker AccessoriesThe 3•2•1 and 3•2•1 GS speakers can also be mounted on optional Bose brackets, table stands, or floor stands (F

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12System SetupEnglishPlacing the Acoustimass® moduleConsider the guidelines below when choosing a location for the Acoustimass® module.Make sure to pl

Page 5 - Before you begin

13System SetupEnglishWhen the system setup is completedWith the speakers and media center placed as directed, you can enjoy the freedom to sit, reclin

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14System SetupEnglishMaking the connectionsThe components of the 3•2•1 and 3•2•1 GS home entertainment systems are connected through the media center,

Page 7 - For your records

15System SetupEnglish3. Plug the connector labeled LEFT into the jack on the rear of the left speaker (Figure 12).4. Plug the connector labeled RIGHT

Page 8 - Unpacking

16System SetupEnglishAttaching the supplied antennasOn the rear panel of the media center there are jacks for AM and FM antennas (Figure 15).Unwind th

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17System SetupEnglishConnecting your TV to the media centerNote: If you will be using the 3•2•1 home entertainment system with both a TV and a VCR, sk

Page 10 - System Setup

18System SetupEnglishS-video as an alternate means to connect to the TVAn S-video input jack, provided on many TVs, delivers a higher-quality TV pictu

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19System SetupEnglishConnecting your TV and VCR to the media centerThere are two options for connecting your TV and VCR to the media center. Before yo

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2EnglishSafety InformationThe AV3-2-1 and AV3-2-1 GS media centers are to be used only with the PS3-2-1 or PS321 powered speaker system (Acoustimass®

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20System SetupEnglishTurning off the internal speakers in your TVWhen you listen to TV audio through your 3•2•1 home entertainment system, the speaker

Page 14 - Connecting the 3•2•1 speakers

21System SetupEnglishIf your TV does not have audio output jacksIf your TV does not have audio output jacks, you will need to import audio to the 3•2•

Page 15 - Connecting the Acoustimass

22System SetupEnglishNote: Some combination TV/VCR units may not work with the Bose 3•2•1and 3•2•1 GS home entertainment systems. Please refer to your

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23System SetupEnglishInstalling remote control batteries1. On the back of the remote, slide open the battery compartment (Figure 20).2. Insert the two

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24System SetupEnglishFigure 21Advanced analog and digital connections, using S-video pass-through to the media centerCSVIDEOOUTPUTLRVIDEO 1LRAUXCSVIDE

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25System SetupEnglishConnecting recording equipmentThe rear panel of the media center provides audio output (RECORD) connections for audio recording d

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26EnglishControls, displays, menusTurning on the systemYou can turn your system on and off by pressing the On/Off button on the remote or the Power bu

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27Controls, Displays, MenusEnglishSOURCE and MENU controlsPLAYBACK controlsTunes the AM/FM radio up/down to the next higher/lower frequency.In an on-s

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28Controls, Displays, MenusEnglishThe advanced remote controlIf you purchased the 3•2•1 GS system, your system came with the advanced remote control w

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29Controls, Displays, MenusEnglishThe media centerThe media center has a control panel on the top, a display area on the front that indicates the curr

Page 23 - Connecting other sources

3EnglishFrancaisEspanolEspañolFrançaisAppendixWhere to find...Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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30Controls, Displays, MenusEnglishTV on-screen menusWith both the TV and the 3•2•1 or 3•2•1 GS home entertainment system turned on, you can use menus

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31Controls, Displays, MenusEnglishTo change a settingFigure 26Example of changing a settingTo check the system statusFigure 27A DVD status exampleDVD

Page 26 - The remote control

32EnglishOperationTurning your system on and offYou can turn your system on and off using the On/Off button ( ) on the remote control or the power but

Page 27 - Controls, Displays, Menus

33OperationEnglishBasic DVD operationsIf you want to: Use the remote to do this:Pause a DVD movie… Press Pause .Stop a DVD movie… Press Stop .Skip to

Page 28 - The advanced remote control

34OperationEnglishUsing the Parental Control feature to restrict future playYou can restrict the playing of DVD movies by using the Parental Control f

Page 29 - + unmutes the system

35OperationEnglishDVD play optionsSelection: DVD setting options: What the setting affects:Title: 1 of n Chooses the movie title through use of the nu

Page 30 - Settings (DVD)

36OperationEnglishLoading and playing a CD1. On the remote, press the CD/DVD button.2. At the media center, press the Stop/Eject button.3. Place the a

Page 31 - DVD Play Options (1 of 2)

37OperationEnglishChanging CD settingsWhile the system is in CD mode, press the Settings button on the remote control to gain access to the options sh

Page 32 - Before you play your first DVD

38OperationEnglishStoring preferred stations as preset selectionsFor radio stations that you listen to regularly, you can assign a preset number (1-25

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39OperationEnglishChanging AM settingsPlaying other sourcesTurn on any component connected to the media center by using the remote for that compo-nent

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4ContentsEnglishEspañolFrançaisAppendixDVD-specific behavior . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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40EnglishSound AdjustmentsLocating Audio Setup1. Turn on both the media center and your TV.2. Press the Settings button on the remote. A menu of the a

Page 36 - Loading and playing a CD

41Sound AdjustmentsEnglishFigure 28DVD audio statusTreble Compensation: –15 to +15 Decreases(–) or increases (+) the treble sound.Rooms with too few s

Page 37 - Using the radio

42EnglishSystem AdjustmentsLocating system settings1. Turn on both the media center and your TV.2. Press the Settings button. A menu of the available

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43System AdjustmentsEnglishSystem Setup menuThe System Setup menu lists options for how to set up the entire system.DVD Setup submenuThe DVD Setup sub

Page 39 - System settings

44EnglishReferenceTaking care of your 3•2•1 or 3•2•1 GS systemCaring for your system may include cleaning the system’s enclosures, cleaning your discs

Page 40 - Locating Audio Setup

45ReferenceEnglishTroubleshootingProblem What to doSystem doesn’t do anything• Make sure the unit is turned on. • Make sure the power cord is inserted

Page 41 - Settings: Audio Setup

46ReferenceEnglishCustomer serviceFor additional help in solving problems, contact Bose®customer service. Refer to the addresslist included in the car

Page 42 - Locating system settings

47ReferenceEnglishTechnical informationPower ratingUSA/Canada: 120VAC, 60 Hz, 300WDual voltage: 115/230VAC, 50/60 Hz, 300WUK/Europe: 230VAC, 50/60 Hz,

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A1AppendixAppendixSetup codes for cableCódigos de instalación para cableCodes de configuration pour le câbleABC... 0003, 0008

Page 44 - Reference

A2AppendixAppendixRadioShack... 0015, 0303, 0315, 0797Rampage... 0255Recoton... 0400Regal...

Page 45 - Troubleshooting

5IntroductionEnglishBefore you beginThank you for purchasing the Bose® 3•2•1 or 3•2•1 GS home entertainment system, which offers superb sound, eleganc

Page 46 - Accessories

A3AppendixAppendixSetup codes for satelliteCódigos de instalación para satelliteCodes de configuration pour le satellite@sat...

Page 47 - Technical information

A4AppendixAppendixDiscovery... 0668, 0710Dish Network System.. 1005, 0775DishPro... 1005, 0775Diskxpress...

Page 48 - Setup codes for cable

A5AppendixAppendixKabil... 0737Kathrein... 0123, 0173, 0200, 0249, 0331, 0358, 0394, 0442, 0480, 0553, 06

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A6AppendixAppendixPhonotrend... 0288, 0592Pioneer... 0292, 0329, 0352, 0662, 0853Planet... 03

Page 50 - Setup codes for satellite

A7AppendixAppendixTelemaster... 0520Telesat... 0605Telestar... 0114, 0157, 0501, 1100Televes.

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A8AppendixAppendixSetup codes for televisionCódigos de instalación para TVCodes de configuration pour la télévisionA-Mark... 0003A

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A9AppendixAppendixBrandt... 0109, 0196, 0198, 0205, 0287, 0335, 0399Brinkmann... 0037, 0418, 0519Brionvega...

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A10AppendixAppendixElekta... 0264Elin... 0009, 0037, 0104, 0349, 0361, 0448, 0548Elite...

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A11AppendixAppendixHarley Davidson... 0179, 0043, 1904Harman/Kardon... 0054, 0078Harvard... 0180, 0068Harwood 0009,

Page 55 - Setup codes for television

A12AppendixAppendixKolin... 0180, 0053, 0033, 0036, 0108, 0474Kolster... 0037Konka...

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6IntroductionEnglishGlossary of terms2D – The trademarked logo for Dolby® Digital, a perceptual coding system for audio, devel-oped by Dolby Laborator

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A13AppendixAppendixNaiko... 0606Nakimura... 0037, 0374Nakio... 0480Naonis...

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A14AppendixAppendixProline... 0072Proscan... 0047, 0747, 1922Prosonic... 0037, 0579Protec

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A15AppendixAppendixSerino... 0216, 0455, 0610Sharp... 0093, 0165, 0030, 0039, 0032, 0036, 0153, 0157, 0

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A16AppendixAppendixTeletech 0009, 0037, 0337Teleton... 0036, 0186, 0206, 0217, 0259, 0349, 0363Televideon... 0216

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7IntroductionEnglishMPEG – a type of data compression used for audio or video storage on disc.MP3 – MPEG-1 Layer III audio. This is a compressed audio

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8EnglishSystem SetupUnpackingCarefully unpack your system. Save all packing materials, which provide the safest way to transport your system. Check to

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9System SetupEnglishSelecting locations for your 3•2•1 home entertainment system componentsUse the following guidelines to choose locations and positi

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