Bose Video Wave 46 VIDEOWAVE 2 User Manual

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©2012 Bose Corporation, The Mountain,
Framingham, MA 01701-9168 USA
AM353022 Rev.01
Operating Guide
Guía del usuario
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Summary of Contents

Page 1 - NTERTAINMENT

©2012 Bose Corporation, The Mountain,Framingham, MA 01701-9168 USAAM353022 Rev.01Operating GuideGuía del usuarioGuide d’utilisationVIDEOWAVE® II ENTER

Page 2 - IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION

10INTRODUCTIONEnglishTAB 6TAB 8 TAB 7 TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4System updatesThe Unify® intelligent integration system represents the best way we know how

Page 3 - CONTENTS

11TAB 5TAB 4TAB 6TAB 8TAB 7English TAB 3TAB 2BASIC SYSTEM OPERATIONTurning the system on/offPress the power button on the remote to start the system.

Page 4 - CARE AND MAINTENANCE 35

12BASIC SYSTEM OPERATIONEnglishTAB 6TAB 8 TAB 7 TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Selecting a sourceFrom the SOURCE menu, you can select any of your system sources

Page 5 - INTRODUCTION

13BASIC SYSTEM OPERATIONTAB 5TAB 4TAB 6TAB 8TAB 7English TAB 3TAB 2Controlling the volumePress volume plus (+) or minus (–) to raise or lower the volu

Page 6 - Control

14EnglishTAB 6TAB 8 TAB 7 TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4CONTROLLING YOUR SOURCESControl frame overviewThe control frame consists of functions or controls used

Page 7

15CONTROLLING YOUR SOURCESTAB 5TAB 4TAB 6TAB 8TAB 7English TAB 3TAB 2Selecting source controls1. Place your thumb anywhere on the click pad to activat

Page 8 - Control frame overview

16CONTROLLING YOUR SOURCESEnglishTAB 6TAB 8 TAB 7 TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Entering channel numbersThe numbers along the top of the control frame appear f

Page 9 - Click pad overview

17CONTROLLING YOUR SOURCESTAB 5TAB 4TAB 6TAB 8TAB 7English TAB 3TAB 2Interacting with source guides and menusMany cable boxes, satellite receivers, an

Page 10 - Registering your product

18EnglishTAB 6TAB 8 TAB 7 TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4SPECIAL FUNCTIONSChanging the image viewSelect the image view control in the control frame to display a

Page 11 - BASIC SYSTEM OPERATION

19TAB 5TAB 4TAB 6TAB 8TAB 7English TAB 3TAB 2USING THE iPOD SOURCESelecting the iPod source1. Please be sure to dock your iPod. It will not appear in

Page 12 - ASIC SYSTEM OPERATION

2EnglishTAB 6TAB 8 TAB 7 TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATIONPlease review the important safety information in your VideoWave® Entertainm

Page 13 - Channel

20EnglishTAB 6TAB 8 TAB 7 TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4CONTROL CONSOLE OVERVIEWPower lightIndicates system status. Refer to “Control console power light” on p

Page 14 - CONTROLLING YOUR SOURCES

21TAB 5TAB 4TAB 6TAB 8TAB 7English TAB 3TAB 2USING THE USB SOURCEViewing photosPhoto files in a .jpg or .jpeg format can be displayed from a USB flash

Page 15 - Highlighted function

22EnglishTAB 6TAB 8 TAB 7 TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4USING THE FRONT ANALOG A/V AND HDMI™ INPUTSConnecting to the front analog A/V inputsThe front analog A/

Page 16 - Channel number

23TAB 5TAB 4TAB 6TAB 8TAB 7English TAB 3TAB 2CHANGING SOURCE AND SYSTEM OPTIONSThis section describes optional settings which affect operation of the

Page 17 - ONTROLLING YOUR SOURCES

24CHANGING SOURCE AND SYSTEM OPTIONSEnglishTAB 6TAB 8 TAB 7 TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Changing settingsThe OPTIONS menu allows you to change source-related

Page 18 - SPECIAL FUNCTIONS

25CHANGING SOURCE AND SYSTEM OPTIONSTAB 5TAB 4TAB 6TAB 8TAB 7English TAB 3TAB 2Program LanguageSelects an alternate audio track, such as a Secondary A

Page 19 - USING THE iPOD SOURCE

26CHANGING SOURCE AND SYSTEM OPTIONSEnglishTAB 6TAB 8 TAB 7 TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Gamma and color adjustmentsNote: We recommend that these adjustments

Page 20 - CONTROL CONSOLE OVERVIEW

27TAB 5TAB 4TAB 6TAB 8TAB 7English TAB 3TAB 2CHANGING YOUR SYSTEM SETUPUnify® system overviewThe intelligent integration system guides you through the

Page 21 - USING THE USB SOURCE

28CHANGING YOUR SYSTEM SETUPEnglishTAB 6TAB 8 TAB 7 TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Source setupA setup function will appear in the menu for each connected devic

Page 22

29CHANGING YOUR SYSTEM SETUPTAB 5TAB 4TAB 6TAB 8TAB 7English TAB 3TAB 2Customizing the control frameThis function allows you to choose which controls

Page 23

CONTENTS3TAB 5TAB 4TAB 6TAB 8TAB 7English TAB 3TAB 2INTRODUCTION 5Welcome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5Product Ove

Page 24 - demonstration

30CHANGING YOUR SYSTEM SETUPEnglishTAB 6TAB 8 TAB 7 TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Installing the IR emitterIn order to control external sources like a set-top

Page 25 - Video Settings

31CHANGING YOUR SYSTEM SETUPTAB 5TAB 4TAB 6TAB 8TAB 7English TAB 3TAB 2Controlling the system using a third-party remoteA third-party remote, such as

Page 26 - Automatic Off

32EnglishTAB 6TAB 8 TAB 7 TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4TROUBLESHOOTINGTroubleshooting tableProblem What to doThe system is not responding to initial operation

Page 27 - CHANGING YOUR SYSTEM SETUP

33TROUBLESHOOTINGTAB 5TAB 4TAB 6TAB 8TAB 7English TAB 3TAB 2Note: When listening to audio sources like iPod, the system will automatically enter scree

Page 28 - HANGING YOUR SYSTEM SETUP

34TROUBLESHOOTINGEnglishTAB 6TAB 8 TAB 7 TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Performing a system updateBy using a computer with an Internet connection, system softwa

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35TAB 5TAB 4TAB 6TAB 8TAB 7English TAB 3TAB 2CARE AND MAINTENANCEReplacing the batteriesA low-battery message appears on the monitor when the remote b

Page 30

36CARE AND MAINTENANCEEnglishTAB 6TAB 8 TAB 7 TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4WARNING: To avoid the risk of electric shock, make sure your hands are dry before u

Page 31

37CARE AND MAINTENANCETAB 5TAB 4TAB 6TAB 8TAB 7English TAB 3TAB 2Limited warrantyYour VideoWave® entertainment system is covered by a limited warranty

Page 32 - TROUBLESHOOTING

38CARE AND MAINTENANCEEnglishTAB 6TAB 8 TAB 7 TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4“Made for iPod,” and “Made for iPhone,” mean that an electronic accessory has been

Page 33 - Resetting the system

39CARE AND MAINTENANCETAB 5TAB 4TAB 6TAB 8TAB 7English TAB 3TAB 2Product data loggerThe VideoWave® system features a product data logger that is desig

Page 34 - Contacting customer service

4EnglishTAB 6TAB 8 TAB 7 TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Motion Smoothing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26Restore Original Settings . . . . .

Page 35 - CARE AND MAINTENANCE

©2012 Bose Corporation, The Mountain,Framingham, MA 01701-9168 USAAM353022 Rev.01Operating GuideGuía del usuarioGuide d’utilisationVIDEOWAVE® ENTERTAI

Page 36 - ARE AND MAINTENANCE

5TAB 5TAB 4TAB 6TAB 8TAB 7English TAB 3TAB 2INTRODUCTIONWelcomeThank you for choosing the Bose® VideoWave® entertainment system for your home.By now,

Page 37

6INTRODUCTIONEnglishTAB 6TAB 8 TAB 7 TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4System overviewThe VideoWave® entertainment system offers a unique approach to controlling e

Page 38 - Licensing information

7INTRODUCTIONTAB 5TAB 4TAB 6TAB 8TAB 7English TAB 3TAB 2Bose® click pad remote control overviewSource selectionSelects connected devices from the sour

Page 39 - Product data logger

8INTRODUCTIONEnglishTAB 6TAB 8 TAB 7 TAB 3TAB 5 TAB 2TAB 4Control frame overviewThe control frame consists of functions or controls used by the source

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9INTRODUCTIONTAB 5TAB 4TAB 6TAB 8TAB 7English TAB 3TAB 2Click pad overview1TOUCHPlace your thumb on the click pad to see the control frame.2GLIDEGlide

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