Bose Lifestyle V-Class User Manual

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©2008 Bose Corporation, The Mountain,
Framingham, MA 01701-9168 USA
AM316799 Rev.00
Owner’s Guide
Guía de usario
Notice d’utilisation
HOME THEATER SYSTEMS
Lifestyle
®
V-Class
LIFESTYLE
®
V-CLASS
HOME THEATER SYSTEMS
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Summary of Contents

Page 1 - V-Class

©2008 Bose Corporation, The Mountain,Framingham, MA 01701-9168 USAAM316799 Rev.00Owner’s GuideGuía de usarioNotice d’utilisationHOME THEATER SYSTEMSLi

Page 2 - SAFETY INFORMATION

6INSTALLATIONEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Tailoring the sound to your roomThe ADAPTiQ® audio calibration system ensures that your

Page 3 - For Your Records

7INSTALLATIONTAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2If you are applying power to your Lifestyle® system for the first time, see “First Power-Up” on p

Page 4 - TABLE OF CONTENTS

8INSTALLATIONEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Carton inventoryNow that you have unpacked your system, please save all of the packing

Page 5 - ABLE OF CONTENTS

9INSTALLATIONTAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2Cables and accessoriesVerify that the items in Figure 6 are supplied. Cables needed to get your s

Page 6

10INSTALLATIONEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Placing the media center and displayThe media center can be placed out of sight behind

Page 7 - This User Guide

11INSTALLATIONTAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2Placing the cube speakersWhen you place your speakers approximately as shown in Figure 8 on page

Page 8 - First Power-Up

12INSTALLATIONEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Placing the center speaker• Place the center speaker directly above or below the verti

Page 9 - What to do next

13INSTALLATIONTAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2Placing the Acoustimass® moduleAttach the four self-adhesive rubber feet to the surface that tou

Page 10 - NSTALLATION

14INSTALLATIONEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Making antenna connectionsThe supplied AM and FM antennas connect to the rear panel of

Page 11

15INSTALLATIONTAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2Installing the TV on/off sensorThe TV on/off sensor enables the system to automatically turn on

Page 12 - Carton inventory

iiTAB TAB TAB 6 EnglishTAB English TAB 3TAB 2Please read this Owner’s GuidePlease take the time to follow the instructions in this guide carefully. It

Page 13 - Cables and accessories

16INSTALLATIONEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 43. Using the remote control that came with your TV, turn on your TV.4. Using the Lifes

Page 14 - display module

17INSTALLATIONTAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2Using a SCART adapter (Europe only)The SCART adapter plugs into the media center using five conn

Page 15 - Placing the cube speakers

18INSTALLATIONEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Connecting the audio from your TVYou may want to connect a source component, such as a

Page 16 - Placing the rear speakers

19INSTALLATIONTAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2Figure 13 Audio connection between the TV and media center

Page 17 - Placing the Acoustimass

20INSTALLATIONEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Using the IR emitterIR emitters enable the system to control source devices even if th

Page 18 - Making antenna connections

21INSTALLATIONTAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2To use IR emitters with two or more devices1. Plug the IR emitter extender connector into the Li

Page 19 - TV sensor

22EnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4CONTROLS AND INDICATORSThe displayThe display shows system messages. This includes program details

Page 20 - item is TV Power

23CONTROLS AND INDICATORSTAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2The remote controlThe advanced radio frequency remote control works from almost anywh

Page 21 - INSTALLATION

24CONTROLS AND INDICATORSEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Remote control button descriptions are arranged by general function on the

Page 22 - system:

25CONTROLS AND INDICATORSTAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2Menu and navigation buttons• DVD – Selects the source device plugged into the DVD con

Page 23

iiiEnglishTAB 6ItalianoEnglish TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4CAUTION: Make no modifications to the system or accessories. Unauthorized alterations may comp

Page 24 - Using the IR emitter

26CONTROLS AND INDICATORSEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Tune Up/Down• Tune the FM/AM radio up or down to the next frequency.• Selec

Page 25

27CONTROLS AND INDICATORSTAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2Play mode and numeric buttonsStop• Stops music (except FM/AM) or video play. • For DV

Page 26 - CONTROLS AND INDICATORS

28CONTROLS AND INDICATORSEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Picture settings buttonsRecord• Activates recording on a recording device.S

Page 27 - The remote control

29TAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2Special function buttons Teletext mode buttons (Europe only)List – Activates the A, B, C, and Favorites butt

Page 28 - – Turns the Lifestyle

30EnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4OPERATIONWatching TVYour Lifestyle® system works with many different types of TVs, from standard d

Page 29 - ONTROLS AND INDICATORS

31OPERATIONTAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2Selecting the TV screen shapeThe shape of your TV screen is either Normal or Widescreen (Figure 1).

Page 30

32OPERATIONEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Controlling a cable or satellite boxOnce your cable or satellite box is connected to your

Page 31

33OPERATIONTAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2Using the remote to change channelsIf you want the remote to change the channels on your cable or s

Page 32

34OPERATIONEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Controlling DVD playbackOnce your DVD player is connected to the Lifestyle® system, you c

Page 33

35OPERATIONTAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2Changing the HDMI Image ViewYou can specify how certain display formats appear on your HDTV screen.

Page 34 - OPERATION

ivEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4INSTALLATION ...2Welcome ...

Page 35 - Changing the HDMI Image View

36OPERATIONEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Setting up to view videotapesOnce your VCR is connected to your Lifestyle® system, you ca

Page 36 - •SAT Code and press ENTER

37OPERATIONTAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2Changing the HDMI Image ViewYou can specify how certain display formats appear on your HDTV screen.

Page 37 - •SAT and press ENTER

38OPERATIONEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Setting up an auxiliary (AUX) sourceOnce your AUX source device is connected to the Lifes

Page 38 - Controlling DVD playback

39OPERATIONTAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2Changing the HDMI Image ViewYou can specify how certain display formats appear on your HDTV screen.

Page 39

40OPERATIONEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Controlling the (HDMI) Image ViewYou can specify how you want certain display formats tha

Page 40 - Setting up to view videotapes

41OPERATIONTAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2Table 1 Image view choices with a 4:3 aspect ratio input signalImage View Effect 4:3 Input Widescr

Page 41

42OPERATIONEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Table 2 Image view choices with a 16:9 input signalImage View Effect 16:9 Input Widescre

Page 42 - remote to control

43OPERATIONTAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2Changing the HDMI video resolutionYour Lifestyle® system transmits video at a resolution of 720p to

Page 43

44OPERATIONEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Listening to the radioTo listen to the radio, press the FM or AM button to select the tun

Page 44 - Figure 2 TV aspect ratios

45OPERATIONTAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2Setting the coaxial audio sourceOne of the two coaxial (coax) digital audio connectors on the back

Page 45 - PERATION

vTABLE OF CONTENTSTAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2Controlling DVD playback ... 34Programming the Lifestyle®

Page 46

46OPERATIONEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Table 3 Settings optionsFeaturesDefault Setting(Options)Effect2-3-5 speakersFor TV, CBL•

Page 47

47OPERATIONTAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2Audio Delay(not available on FM·AM)2(0, 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8)Corrects for delays that can be introdu

Page 48 - Listening to the radio

48OPERATIONEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Audio 1 + 1(not available on FM·AM)Both(1, 2)Allows you to decode and play bilingual audi

Page 49 - Settings Options

49OPERATIONTAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2Output Mode (FM-only)Auto(Mono - Stereo)Allows you to choose between stereo or monaural (mono) soun

Page 50 - Table 3 Settings options

50EnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4System maintenanceChanging the remote control batteries is the only regular maintenance required.

Page 51

51REFERENCETAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2Changing remote control switch settingsEach Lifestyle® remote control uses a house code that corres

Page 52

52REFERENCEEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Figure 18 Miniature switches on the primary remote are set for use in the main room Switc

Page 53

53REFERENCETAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2Setting up a second room with soundYour Lifestyle® home theater system can direct sound to more tha

Page 54 - REFERENCE

54REFERENCEEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4For added versatility, you may prefer using a Personal® music center II to control the so

Page 55 - (new house code)

55REFERENCETAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2Taking care of your Lifestyle® systemFollow the guidelines below when cleaning the surfaces.• Do no

Page 56 - EFERENCE

2EnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4INSTALLATIONWelcomeThank you for choosing a Bose® Lifestyle® V-Class™ home theater system. This ele

Page 57

56REFERENCEEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4TroubleshootingProblem What to doSystem doesn’t do anything• Make sure the AC power cord

Page 58 - link remote switch settings

57REFERENCETAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2No sound from center speaker• Make sure the center speaker cable is connected at both ends.• Select

Page 59 - Taking care of your Lifestyle

58REFERENCEEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4System turns on by itself or behaves erratically• Change the house code setting to preven

Page 60 - Troubleshooting

59REFERENCETAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2Lifestyle® remote does not control your TV, DVD, VCR, CBL·SAT, or other external component• Make su

Page 61

60REFERENCEEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Contacting Customer ServiceFor additional help in solving problems, contact Bose® Custome

Page 62

61TAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 24:3 – See “Aspect ratio.”5.1 – channel surround sound – A movie recording technique that, when paired with a

Page 63 - TV Power Status

62GLOSSARYEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Digital audio – Audio in digital form. Digital audio con-verts analog sound into a digital

Page 64 - Contacting Customer Service

63GLOSSARYTAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2HDCP – An abbreviation for High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection. HDCP is a form of Digital Righ

Page 65 - GLOSSARY

64GLOSSARYEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4RF remote – A remote control that transmits com-mands to a device using radio frequency (R

Page 66

65TAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2©2008 Bose Corporation. No part of this work may be repro-duced, modified, distributed, or otherwise used wi

Page 67

3INSTALLATIONTAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2Setup and Demonstrations DVDThe Setup and Demonstrations DVD is a valuable resource for setup inf

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©2008 Bose Corporation, The Mountain,Framingham, MA 01701-9168 USAAM316799 Rev.00Owner’s GuideGuía de usarioNotice d’utilisationHOME THEATER SYSTEMSLi

Page 69

4INSTALLATIONEnglishTAB 6ItalianoTAB TAB TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4First Power-UpAfter you connect your Lifestyle® system to your TV and DVD player using

Page 70

5INSTALLATIONTAB TAB TAB 6 TAB TAB English TAB 3TAB 2What to do nextThe first time the System menu Setup tab displays, you can take one of the followi

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