Owner’s Guide

Safety Information
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose the system to rain or moisture.
WARNING: This apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing, and objects filled with liquids,
such as vases, shall not be placed on the apparatus. As with any electronic products, use care not to spill
liquids in any part of the system. Liquids can cause a failure and/or a fire hazard.
CAUTION

AV
VIS

RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN

RISQUE DE CHOC ÉLECTRIQUE
NE PAS OUVRIR

CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.

ATTENTION : POUR RÉDUIRE LE RISQUE DE DÉCHARGE
ÉLECTRIQUE, NE RETIREZ PAS LE COUVERCLE (OU
L’ARRIÈRE). IL NE SE TROUVE ÀL’INTÉRIEURAUCUNE
PIÈCE POUVANT ÊTRE RÉPARÉE PAR L’USAGER.
S’ADRESSER À UN RÉPARATEUR COMPÉTENT.

The CAUTION marks shown here are located on the bottom of your 3•2•1 Series II home entertainment
system media center and the rear panel of the Acoustimass module:
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, alerts the user to the
presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the system enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle alerts the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance instructions in this owner’s guide.

CAUTION: To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to wide slot, insert fully.
CAUTION: No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on the apparatus.

Class 1 laser product
The DVD player contained within the media center is classified as a CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT according to EN60825-1:1994 + A11. The CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT label is located on the bottom of the media center.

CLASS 1
KLASSE 1
LUOKAN 1
KLASS 1

LASER
LASER
LASER
LASER

PRODUCT
PRODUKT
LAITE
APPARAT

CAUTION: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. The DVD player should not be adjusted or
repaired by anyone except properly qualified service personnel.

Class B emissions limits
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment
Regulations.

Batteries
Please dispose of used batteries properly, following any local regulations. Do not incinerate.

Additional safety information
See the additional instructions on the Important Safety Information sheet enclosed in the shipping carton.

Please read this owner’s guide
Please take the time to follow this owner’s guide carefully. It will help you set up and operate your system properly, and enjoy all of its advanced features. Save your owner’s guide for future reference.

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Contents
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Before you begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting compatible discs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Check for region code compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MP3 compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Glossary of terms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Limited warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
For your records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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System Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Unpacking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting locations for your 3•2•1 Series II system components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Placing the media center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Placing the speakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Placing the Acoustimass® module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making system connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting the Acoustimass module to the media center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting the speakers to the Acoustimass module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting the supplied antennas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting cable FM radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting your TV to the media center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making audio connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making composite video connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting your TV and VCR to the media center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
If your TV has audio output jacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
If your TV does not have audio output jacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
VCR considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Advanced setup options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making S-video connections (higher quality video) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making component video connections (highest quality video) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting digital audio devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting your cable/satellite box, TV, and VCR to the media center . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting a game console . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing the remote control batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting the power cord . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking your system setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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System Controls and Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The media center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Display indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Turning your system on and off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Playing video DVDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Basic DVD operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restricting access to video DVDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Playing audio CDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Basic CD operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Listening to FM/AM radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tuning to a station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Storing stations as presets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Erasing a preset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Playing other sources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the sleep timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Controlling Other Audio Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting up your remote to control other audio/video devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Direct entry of a device code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Searching for a device code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Verifying an entered device code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing channel selection control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . To view the settings menus . . . . . . . Troubleshooting table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 . . . . . . . . . . Video options . . . 56 Device Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 39 39 40 41 41 42 43 Changing System Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MPEG Layer-3 audio compression technology licensed by Fraunhofer IIS and THOMSON multimedia. . . Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DVD settings menu . . . . . . . .S. . Using the System menu . . . . Setting a password and restriction level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-2 TV device codes . . . . . . . 52 52 52 52 52 53 53 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 54 55 Technical Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision Corporation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1992-1997 Dolby Laboratories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Audio options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Confidential unpublished works. . . . . . . . . . . . modified. . . . . . . . . . .Contents Changing Source Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . To change system options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-1 Cable box device codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . This product incorporates copyright protected technology and other intellectual property rights owned by Cirrus Logic. . . . . . . . . All rights reserved. . . Media center options . . . . . . . . . Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DVD Lock options . . . . . . No part of this work may be reproduced. . . Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Remote control options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CD settings menu . . . . . . . . . A-4 VCR device codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replacing the remote control batteries . . . . .S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . as well as other licensing restrictions and protections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distributed or otherwise used without prior written permission. Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) rating system . . 44 44 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 50 51 Maintaining Your System . Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Use of this copyright protected technology is limited solely to use with the Cirrus Logic integrated circuits incorporated in this product. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TV. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Using the settings menus . . . . . Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-9 Digital video recorder device codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FM-AM settings menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cleaning the media center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-1 Satellite box device codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . To make changes in the settings menus . . . . . To view the System menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . “DTS” and “DTS Digital Surround” are registered trademarks of Digital Theater Systems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . patents and other intellectual property rights owned by Macrovision Corporation and other rights owners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Customer service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cleaning discs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . and subject to the copyright protection of the U. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by method claims of certain U. . . . and AUX settings menu . . CBL-SAT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-12 ©2004 Bose Corporation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision Corporation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cleaning the speakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

the 3•2•1 Series II systems provide improved spaciousness from stereo recordings. Then be sure to choose only DVD discs that show the same region number on the disc label or front cover. so you can enjoy your new system’s performance right away. The 3•2•1 Series II DVD home entertainment systems have a region code which must also match the DVD discs. and simplicity in an advanced home audio setup. Using Bose proprietary signal processing technology. Check the region code number on the carton of the 3•2•1 Series II DVD home entertainment system or on the bottom of the media center that comes in the carton. These numbers are allocated according to where the player and disc are sold. and bold movie effects from surround-encoded materials. elegance. their region code numbers must match. a Region 1 DVD disc should display the following mark: MP3 compatibility To be compatible with the 3•2•1 Series II or 3•2•1 GS Series II home entertainment systems. cable or satellite box) Selecting compatible discs The DVD/CD player built into the 3•2•1 series II media center can play the following types of discs identified by their corresponding logos: • Video DVDs • Audio CDs • Video CDs • CD-R and CD-R/Ws • DVD-R.mp3” extension and have no other periods in the filename 5 . DVD+R • MP3 CDs Check for region code compatibility For a DVD player and DVD disc to be compatible. Your system includes: • Integrated AM/FM tuner and DVD/CD player in a small console • Small.Introduction Before you begin Thank you for purchasing the Bose® 3•2•1 Series II or 3•2•1 GS Series II DVD home entertainment system. which offers superb sound. easy-to-place shelf speakers and an attractive hideaway Acoustimass® module • Easy-to-use infrared remote control • Console input jacks for connecting other audio devices (such as a VCR. For example. MP3s must meet the following criteria: • All tracks must be burned in a single closed session • The disc format must be ISO9660 • Each file must have a “. Yet its few parts require little effort to set up.

– the logo representing DTS. 4:3 and 16:9. DTS – a type of multi-channel surround sound format used on discs. – the logo representing Dolby® Digital. DVD Video – A standard for storing and reproducing audio and video on DVD-ROM discs.Introduction Glossary of terms Aspect Ratio – The shape of the rectangular picture in a TV set. Our standard TV picture. DVD – An acronym that is most commonly known to mean Digital Video Disc or Digital Versatile Disc. a division of a title. Composite Video – A single video signal that contains luminance. it is becoming common practice to transfer films to video with black borders at the top and bottom of the picture. is 4 units wide by 3 units high. NTSC and PAL are examples of composite video systems. The organization that developed both the American Black & White and Color television systems. The audio/video/data storage system based on 12. 6 . It is the width of the picture relative to the height. or 4:3 (read as 4 by 3) in aspect ratio. MP3 – MPEG-1 Layer III audio. NTSC – An acronym for National Television System Committee. and other proprietary data formats. Dolby Digital and MPEG audio. Dolby Laboratories – Developer of a perceptual coding system for audio. based on MPEG video. Therefore. PAL – An acronym for Phase Alternate Line. Technically called a part of title (PTT). color. This is a compressed audio format that allows you to record many hours of music on a single CD. A television format used extensively in Western Europe. MPEG – a type of data compression used for audio or video storage on disc. It provides the highest resolution video. Pertains to the type of remote that sends/receives commands on an infrared light beam. Component Video – A video signal split into three parts: luminance and two color signals (marked as YPbPr). but cannot be processed by all television sets. Chapter – In DVD-Video. Dolby Digital – a type of multi-channel surround sound format used on discs. The film picture becomes a “letterbox” within the video. in terminology used by that industry.and 8-cm optical discs. Letterbox – The projected aspect ratio of feature films is often 16:9 rather than the 4:3 aspect ratio of most TVs. There are currently two standard TV aspect ratios. IR – An acronym for infrared. and synchronization information.

Failure to do so will not affect your limited warranty rights. digitally coded representation of an analog signal. Model: 3•2•1 Series II 3•2•1 GS Series II Check one Media center serial number: _________________________________________________________ Acoustimass module serial number: __________________________________________________ Dealer name: ______________________________________________________________________ Dealer phone: __________________________ Purchase date: _____________________________ We suggest you keep your sales receipt and product registration together with this owner’s guide. Please have your serial number ready before contacting Bose® Customer Service. Limited warranty The 3•2•1 Series II and 3•2•1 GS Series II home entertainment systems are covered by a limited transferable warranty. Please fill out the information section on the card and mail it to Bose. Track – Individual selections recorded on an audio tape or disc. The quality of S-video is significantly better than composite video since it does not require a comb filter to separate the signals.Introduction PCM – An uncompressed. For your records Serial numbers are located on the bottom of the media center and the rear of the Acoustimass® module. 7 . PCM is also used for many other types of serial data communications. It is a serial data stream that is coded for transmission or recording. Most high-end televisions have S-video inputs. This is the form of the digital audio signal used for both CD and laserdisc. S-video – A video interface standard that carries separate luminance and chrominance signals. Title – numbered elements of the DVD contents. Details of the limited warranty are provided on the product registration card that came with your system. which may include more than the movie alone. Also called Y/C. usually on a four-pin mini-DIN connector.

System Setup Unpacking Carefully unpack your system. 8 . Figure 1 Your system includes one the following speaker types: Contents of the shipping carton Your system includes one of the following cords: Media center Acoustimass® module cable 3•2•1 speakers or 120 VAC power cord (US/Canada) Speaker cable Note: If you purchased a 3•2•1 GS Series II system. do not attempt to use it. Check to be sure your system includes the parts shown in Figure 1. which provide the safest way to transport your system. WARNING: To avoid danger of suffocation. keep the plastic bags out of the reach of children. If any part of the system appears damaged. Notify Bose or your authorized Bose® dealer immediately. 115/230 VAC power cord with adapter (US/Europe) 230 VAC power cord (Europe) Acoustimass module 3•2•1 GS speakers Rubber feet for speakers Rubber feet for Acoustimass module Remote control Batteries Video cable Stereo cable 230 VAC power cord (UK/Singapore) 240 VAC power cord (Australia) AM antenna FM antenna Antenna stand Setup and demo disc Note: Now is a good time to find the serial numbers on the bottom of the media center and Acoustimass module. refer to the address sheet included in the carton. For Bose contact information. Save all packing materials. Copy these numbers onto your product registration card and in the space provided on page 7. the left and right speaker cable connectors will be marked with a “GS”.

• Make sure the media center will be placed close enough to additional source devices (TV. Do not put it in a built-in system. you may find other placement choices that are more convenient and provide the sound you enjoy. or similar surface that may block the ventilation openings.System Setup Selecting locations for your 3•2•1 Series II system components Use the following guidelines and Figure 2 to choose locations and positions for the components of your 3•2•1 home entertainment system. sofa. Note: Make sure that the front of the media center is unobstructed so that it may receive IR (infrared) commands from the remote control. such as a bookcase or cabinet that may keep air from flowing through its ventilation openings. VCR or cable box) so that all the cables will reach. do not place the product on a bed. Placing the media center CAUTION: Do not block any ventilation openings. For example. Figure 2 Sample media center and speaker placement 3 ft (1 m) maximum 3 ft (1 m) minimum 3 ft (1 m) maximum Left speaker Right speaker Media center Note: The speakers are magnetically shielded to prevent interference with the TV screen. put the product in a position and location that will not interfere with its proper ventilation. Note: While these guidelines are offered to help provide great system performance. For reliable operation of the product and to protect it from overheating. • Place the media center where nothing obstructs opening the disc tray on its front panel. • Make sure the media center will be placed close enough to the Acoustimass® module and the speakers so that all the cables will reach. 9 .

• Place the speakers at least 3 feet (1 meter) apart from each other to optimize the surround sound experience. For ordering information. be sure to attach the smaller of the two sets of supplied rubber feet to the bottom surface. Vibration can cause the speakers to move. table stands. To contact Bose. Positioning the speakers too far back in an enclosed space can change the overall quality of sound and alter the movie sound effects. refer to “Accessories” on page 53. Additional or longer cables may also be ordered. Placing the speakers more than 3 feet away from the TV can cause the sound to become separated from the picture. If you are placing the speakers on a flat surface. Recommended speaker placement • Aim the speakers straight ahead toward the listening area.System Setup Placing the speakers Choosing a good location for the speakers will allow you to experience the audio surround effects that your 3•2•1 home entertainment system is designed to deliver. Do not place the speakers at an angle. Angling one or both speakers into or away from the listening area significantly alters system performance. glass. 10 . • If you are using a bookshelf or a home entertainment unit. particularly on smooth surfaces like marble. refer to the list of offices included in the product carton. Figure 3 • Place the speakers only on their bottom surfaces. or floor stands. • Place the two speakers either on top of the TV or at equal distance from the left and right of the TV screen (Figure 2). • Place each speaker within 3 feet (1 meter) of the edge of the TV screen. place each speaker at the front edge of its shelf. You may obtain additional rubber feet (part number 178321) from Bose® Customer Service. or highly polished wood. Note: The speakers can be mounted on Bose brackets. CAUTION: Choose a stable and level surface for both speakers. Keep both speakers at approximately the same height. with the Bose logo right-side up.

• Place the module at the same end of the room as the TV and the speakers (Figure 4). This prevents a blocked port or over-powering bass. Figure 5 T ACINPU ENTER MUSICC Recommended orientation of the module CAUTION: Do not block the openings on the back of the module. • Choose a convenient location such as under a table.System Setup Placing the Acoustimass® module • Place the Acoustimass® module within reach of the cable from the music center and an AC (mains) power outlet. • Stand the Acoustimass module on its feet. • Keep the module at least 3 feet (1 meter) away from the TV to prevent the module from interfering with the TV screen. but do not block the port opening. behind a sofa or chair. The rubber feet provide increased stability and protection from scratches. Do not lay it on its side or stand it on either end (Figure 5). which provide ventilation for the built-in circuitry. Figure 4 Recommended Acoustimass module placement 3 ft (1 m) minimum • Attach the medium-sized rubber feet to the bottom of each foot on the module. audio tapes. CAUTION: The Acoustimass module generates a magnetic field. or behind drapes. you should not store any of these items directly on or near the module. 11 . Although this is not an immediate risk to your video tapes. and other magnetic media. • Aim the port of the module into the room or along the wall.

Insert the single-plug end of the speaker cable into the SPEAKERS jack on the rear panel of the Acoustimass module (Figure 7). Figure 7 Speaker cable-toAcoustimass module connection Acoustimass module cable 12 Speaker cable Acoustimass module input jack . Refer to the list of offices included in the product carton. contact Bose Customer Service. Plug the other end of the cable into the input ( ) jack on the rear of the Acoustimass module. Figure 6 Acoustimass module-tomedia center connection Media center rear panel Acoustimass module cable Acoustimass module input jack Connecting the speakers to the Acoustimass module 1. Tighten both screws on the plug. Note: The jacks for the Acoustimass module cable are keyed so that the cable connectors only plug in one way. Connecting the Acoustimass module to the media center Plug one end of the Acoustimass module cable into the Acoustimass Module jack on the rear of the media center (Figure 6).System Setup Making system connections CAUTION: Do not plug the Acoustimass® module into an AC power (mains) outlet until all the components are connected. Make sure that the arrow on the connector body faces up when plugging in the cable. Note: If additional audio cables or longer cables are needed to make these connections.

Figure 9 Left and right speaker connections RIGHT RIGHT speaker cable LEFT LEFT speaker cable Note: Make sure cable connectors are fully inserted and seated firmly in the speaker jacks. Figure 8 Note: If you purchased a 3•2•1 GS Series II system. Plug the RIGHT speaker cable into the rear jack on the right speaker. the left and right speaker cable connectors will be marked with a “GS”. Plug the LEFT speaker cable into the rear jack of the left speaker (Figure 9). 13 . At the other end of the speaker cable. separate the left and right speaker cords as much as necessary to reach each speaker (Figure 8). Separating left and right speaker cords 3.System Setup 2.

is received by the media center. Place the antenna loop at least 20 inches (50 centimeters) away from the media center and at least 4 feet (1. contact your cable TV provider for assistance. consult a qualified installer. Experiment with positioning the loop for optimum AM reception. contact your cable company. 14 . AM antenna Plug the AM loop antenna into the AM jack on the media center rear panel. FM dipole antenna Media center AM loop antenna FM antenna Plug the FM antenna into the FM jack on the media center rear panel. Follow the instructions enclosed with the AM loop antenna to stand it on the supplied base. Figure 10 Antenna connections Note: An outdoor antenna may be used in place of the supplied indoor antennas. Note: Make sure that the cable radio installation includes a TV/FM splitter so that only the FM radio band. Connecting cable FM radio Some cable TV providers make FM radio signals available through the cable service to your home. To connect to this service. Follow all safety instructions supplied with the antenna.System Setup Connecting the supplied antennas The rear panel of the media center provides jacks for the AM and FM antennas included with your system (Figure 10). To add an outdoor antenna.2 meters) away from the Acoustimass® module. Unwind the wires for each antenna to provide the best reception. If necessary. Spread out the antenna arms and move them around to establish optimum FM reception. This connection is made to the external FM jack on the back panel of the media center. Extend the antenna as far from the media center and other equipment as possible. or mount it to a wall. not the cable TV band.

Making composite video connections Note: Some older TVs with standard TV cable connectors do not have a composite video or an S-video input. 1. Making audio connections Note: If your TV does not have audio output jacks. Insert the red RCA plug into the red AUDIO OUT R jack.System Setup Connecting your TV to the media center Note: If you will be using the 3•2•1 system with both a TV and a VCR. or “HiFi”. “MONITOR”. or Aux). see “If your TV does not have audio output jacks” on page 17. 15 . Insert the other end of the video cable into one of the video input jacks on your TV. Later. Insert one end of the supplied video cable (yellow) to the Video OUT C (composite) jack on the back of the media center (Figure 11). 2. Insert the white RCA plug into the white AUDIO OUT L jack. RF modulators are available at your local electronics store. Connect one end of the supplied stereo cable to the TV Audio IN jacks on the rear panel of the media center (Figure 11). Otherwise. continue. Media center rear panel Video cable (yellow connectors) TV connector panel TV Stereo cable (red and white connectors) * *Could be labelled “FIXED”. skip this section and go to “Connecting your TV and VCR to the media center” on page 16. 1. you will need to select the corresponding video input on your TV in order to view the 3•2•1 system video output. Connect the other end of the stereo cable to the audio output jacks on your TV. Insert the white RCA plug into the TV white L jack. 2. Figure 11 TV (composite video)-tomedia center connections Remember the name of the TV video input you plugged the video cable into (for example: Video 1. Such TVs are not compatible with any DVD players and require use of an RF modulator for this connection. Insert the red RCA plug into the TV red R jack. Input 1.

you can directly route the TV audio to the 3•2•1 home entertainment system (Figure 12). Before you proceed. Connect one end of the supplied stereo cable to the TV Audio IN jacks on the rear panel of the media center. Insert the white RCA plug into the white AUDIO OUT L jack. or “HiFi”. Figure 12 TV and VCR connections with media center Remember the name of the TV video input you plugged the video cable into (for example: Video 1. Cable/satellite box (if applicable) Existing cable VCR TV connector panel Video cable (yellow connectors) Existing cable Stereo cable (red and white connectors) * *Could be labelled “FIXED”.System Setup Connecting your TV and VCR to the media center Note: There are two options for connecting your TV and VCR to the media center. Insert one end of the supplied video cable (yellow) to the Video OUT C (composite) jack on the back of the media center. “MONITOR”. 3. Insert the white RCA plug into the TV white L jack. 2. Input 1. Insert the red RCA plug into the TV red R jack. you must determine if your TV has audio output jacks. Consult your TV owner’s guide if you need assistance. Insert the other end of the video cable into one of the video input jacks on your TV. 16 TV . 1. you will need to select the corresponding video input on your TV in order to view the 3•2•1 system video output. Insert the red RCA plug into the red AUDIO OUT R jack. Later. Connect the other end of the stereo cable to the audio output jacks on your TV. or Aux). If your TV has audio output jacks If your TV has audio output jacks.

System Setup If your TV does not have audio output jacks If your TV does not have audio output jacks. Existing cable TV TV connection panel 17 . Insert the other end of the second video cable into one of the video input jacks on your TV. Figure 13 System setup when TV has no audio output jacks Remember the name of the TV video input you plugged the video cable into (for example: Video 1. 1. To do this. Insert the white RCA plug into the white AUDIO OUT L jack. Insert the red RCA plug into the red AUDIO OUT R jack. such as a VCR. Insert one end of the supplied video cable (yellow) into the VIDEO OUT jack on the back of your VCR. Input 1. Connect the other end of the stereo cable to the AUDIO OUT jacks on your VCR. 2. Connect one end of the supplied stereo cable to the AUX Audio IN jacks on the rear panel of the media center (Figure 13). Cable/satellite box Media center rear panel Video cables (yellow connector) Existing cable VCR VCR connection panel Stereo cable (red and white connectors) IMPORTANT If you connected your TV and VCR this way. Later. Insert one end of the second video cable (yellow) into the Video OUT C (composite) jack on the back of the media center. you will need to feed audio to the 3•2•1 home entertainment system through a secondary source. Insert the red RCA plug into the AUX red R jack. 4. you will need to turn on your VCR and select the AUX source on the 3•2•1 remote to hear sound from TV programs. you will need to select the corresponding video input on your TV in order to view the 3•2•1 system video output. Insert the other end of the supplied video cable into the Video IN C (composite) jack on the back of the media center. you will need one additional video cable. or Aux). Insert the white RCA plug into the AUX white L jack. 3. which can be purchased at your local electronics store.

you will hear mono sound from both speakers. Otherwise. Figure 14 Media center rear panel TV (S-video)-to-media center connections IMPORTANT If you use S-video to connect your TV to the media center. Please refer to your TV/VCR owner’s manual for information. For this setup. • Insert one end of the S-video cable into the S-Video OUT jack on the media center (Figure 14). and AUX settings menu” on page 43) so your 3•2•1 system will simulate surround sound effects from a mono source. CBL-SAT. You will need a Y-adapter cable (available at electronics stores) to connect audio to the media center.System Setup VCR considerations • Some combination TV/VCR units may not work with 3•2•1 Series II home entertainment systems. delivers a higher quality TV picture than the composite video output connection shown in Figure 11. If your VCR has only one audio output and is not labeled Stereo or Hi-fi. • Insert the other end of the S-video cable into the S-VIDEO IN jack on your TV. provided on many TVs. Advanced setup options Making S-video connections (higher quality video) An S-video input jack. S-video cable TV connector panel TV Stereo cable (red and white connectors) 18 . you have a mono VCR. For this connection you will need an S-video cable which can be purchased from your Bose dealer or a local electronics retailer. • A stereo VCR is required for optimal sound performance. you must also use S-video to connect all other devices (such as a cable box and VCR) to the media center. you will need to select “Mono decoding” (see “TV.

you must also connect the C or S-Video OUT jack on the media center to the respective video input jack on your TV. Your TV must also support this feature. contact your local electronics store or authorized Bose dealer. For the highest quality video from DVDs. To do so. or to purchase the video cables. 19 . and Pr video output jacks (Figure 15). Pb. Refer to your TV owner’s guide for more information. you may want to use a component video connection between the media center and the TV. 2. To view the external video input on your TV. On the media center rear panel. Pb. you will need to select the TV video input used for that device. and Pr) TV connector panel Component video cable Stereo cable (red and white connectors) IMPORTANT FOR COMPONENT VIDEO USERS Input signals received by the C (Composite) or S-Video IN jacks are not passed through to the Component video OUT jacks. see “Video options” on page 47. Plug the other end of each video cable into the corresponding (color or letter code) component video jack on the back of your TV. you will need to switch back to the TV’s component video input. your TV must provide component video jacks (typically labelled Y. plug one video cable into the Component Y. Figure 15 TV (component video)-tomedia center connections Media center rear panel Color-coded component video jacks (Y. 1. and Pr). you can purchase them separately. If the cables are not supplied with your TV. If you connect an external video device to the C or S-Video IN jack. Note: For more information. To make component video connections you will need three video grade cables that are long enough to reach from the rear of the media center to your TV (Figure 15). To turn on the progressive scan feature. To view the onscreen menus of the 3•2•1 system. Pb.System Setup Making component video connections (highest quality video) Note: Component video connections are required in order to use the progressive scan feature of your 3•2•1 system.

Therefore. See “Media center options” on page 48. Figure 16 Media center digital audio input jacks Optical digital audio input Coaxial digital audio inputs Connecting your cable/satellite box. directly to the media center. As an option. However. you will need to assign the optical connector to the cable/satellite box audio source in the system settings menu. TV. 20 . You can purchase the required cables at a local electronics store. Figure 17 shows you an advanced setup using a TV. you will need to assign the optical connector to the audio source in the system settings menu. • When connecting an audio device to the media center jacks. Consult the owner’s guide that came with the device for clarification on setup and usage before making any connections. depending on the manufacturer. Instructions and terminology pertinent to these external devices may vary. as appropriate. Note: Before you can benefit from the optical connection. before you can benefit from the optical connection. VCR and cable/satellite box. • For further details on making the video connections between your VCR and TV. A coaxial cable connects to the audio input jacks labeled D. refer to the manuals for these video devices.System Setup Connecting digital audio devices Some audio devices may feature a digital audio output for optimum sound performance. please notice the following: • S-video connections are used to deliver the cable/satellite signal to the media center. On the media center rear panel. and VCR to the media center The 3•2•1 home entertainment system provides flexibility for you to add up to three external audio devices. to connect this output to the digital input on the media center. Only a DTS bitstream from the internal DVD player can be decoded. Note: The recommendations contained in this owner’s guide are basic suggestions for connecting external devices to the 3•2•1 Series II system. you may use an optical digital connection. an optical digital cable connects to the OPTICAL jack. • Analog and digital coax audio connections are shown for the cable/satellite box. Use an optical digital cable or a coaxial digital cable. the media center output video is sent to the TV also through an S-video connection. Note: The digital audio inputs of the 3•2•1 system are not able to decode a DTS bitstream from an external audio device. remember to match the red jack to the right channel (R) and the white (or black) jack to the left channel (L). See “Media center options” on page 48. In this setup. including your TV.

System Setup Figure 17 Advanced setup: TV. refer to the DVD setup disc that came with your 3•2•1 Series II home entertainment system. VCR and cable/satellite box Media center Cable/satellite (CBL-SAT) service CBL-SAT S-video output Cable/satellite CBL-SAT analog audio CBL-SAT digital audio CBL-SAT signal to VCR VCR TV VCR analog audio CBL-SAT signal to TV Media center’s S-video output to TV Note: For more information on advanced connections. 21 .

Connect the video output of the game console to the C (composite) Video IN jack. 22 .System Setup Connecting a game console Connect the audio output of a game console to the AUX Left and Right input jacks. Figure 18 Game console connections Media center Game console connection panel TV connection panel IMPORTANT If you connected your game console this way. you will need to select the AUX source on the 3•2•1 remote in order to hear sound from the game console.

slide open the battery compartment (Figure 19). Insert the two supplied AA (IEC-R6) 1.5V batteries. On the back of the remote. Figure 19 (2) AA batteries (IEC R6) Installing the batteries + Battery compartment door + 23 . as shown. 2. 3. Slide the battery compartment cover back into place. Note: Replace the batteries when the remote control stops operating or its range seems reduced. or their equivalent.System Setup Installing the remote control batteries 1. Match the plus (+) and minus (–) marked on the batteries with the plus (+) and minus (–) inside the battery compartment.

turn the Acoustimass module POWER switch to on (l). consult your local electrical authorities. Insert the small connector end of the power cord into the AC INPUT connector on the Acoustimass module (Figure 20).System Setup Connecting the power cord CAUTION: For dual voltage models only. be sure to set the dual voltage switch on the back of the Acoustimass® module to the appropriate voltage for your area (115V or 230V) before connecting to power. Note: On 220-240V models only. If you are not sure about the proper voltage for your area. Figure 20 Connecting to power AC power switch Note: Provided only on 220-240V rated systems 115/230V selection switch 115V AC input jack 24 Note: Provided only on 115/230V dual voltage rated systems . Insert the large end of the cord into an AC power (mains) outlet. 2. 1.

The DVD will automatically begin to play. included in the carton with your system. or “AV”. Note: Be sure to play the Setup DVD. 2. you may need to adjust both the 3•2•1 system volume and your TV volume until you find a level that produces the desired sound. • The power cord was installed and plugged into a live AC receptacle. as soon as all the connections are completed. • Point the 3•2•1 remote control at the media center and press On-Off. 6. This will help you verify the connections you have made and confirm proper sound performance. Turn off the speakers on your TV. you may need to raise the TV’s volume level by 75% to 100% in order to hear audio from the 3•2•1 home entertainment system. • If your TV does not have an option to turn off the internal speakers. 4. Refer to your TV’s owner’s guide for help. Check the following before you continue: • All cables are connected for the setup you chose. Turn on your 3•2•1 system. • Press Eject again to close the tray. 5. 3. • Use the remote for your TV to select the video input for your 3•2•1 system. The video input button might be labelled “TV Input”.System Setup Checking your system setup 1. • Insert the DVD setup disc into the disc tray. “TV/VCR”. • The batteries were installed in the remote control. See your TV owner’s guide for help. If it does not. 25 . • In some TVs. press the play button ( ). Use the remote control that came with your TV. Turn on your TV. Play the 3•2•1 setup DVD. • Refer to the name of the TV video input you used during setup. • Refer to your TV’s owner’s guide for help. Select the right video input on your TV to view the 3•2•1 system video output. • Press Eject on the media center control panel. when the internal speakers are turned off.

* On/Off: Turns your TV on and off. your TV might have two external inputs where one is connected to your cable box and the other to your VCR. blinks rapidly eight times and the remote exits the setup mode.* CBL-SAT: Turns your system on and selects the CBL-SAT input as the sound source. • After ten seconds of no key presses. See “Setting up your remote to control other audio/video devices” on page 35. On/Off: Turns a VCR or PVR that is connected to the AUX jack on or off.* AUX AUX: Turns your system on and selects the AUX input as the sound source. Status LED: • Remains off (unlit) during normal operation. For example. Turns off briefly with each key press. Silences or restores the sound from the current source. • Switches between FM and AM when the tuner is selected. Pressing this button alternates between the cable box and the VCR. 26 . • Blinks rapidly eight times if the wrong key is pressed during setup or if an unavailable device code is entered.System Controls and Indicators Remote control Remote status LED On Off Turns the system on or off. On/Off: Turns your cable/satellite box on or off.* * Requires special remote settings. Input: Changes the external input to your TV. • Selects the built-in tuner and turns the system on to the previously selected FM/AM station. • Remains on during setup mode. TV: Turns your system on and selects the TV input as the sound source. Selects the built-in CD/DVD player and turns the system on.

or PVR on your TV screen (if supported). • Puts the DVD menu of the currently loaded DVD disc on your TV screen.* Puts the TV program guide (if supported) on your TV screen. Dismisses the Settings menu. Puts the Settings menu for the current source on your TV screen or media center display. • Tunes the FM or AM radio to the next higher or lower frequency. • Puts the main menu of a cable/satellite box. System menu. See “Setting up your remote to control other audio/video devices” on page 35. 27 . left. down. or right in onscreen menus and media center displays. or TV program guide (if supported) from your TV screen or media center display. Confirms a menu selection or introduces the next level of menu options. Moves up. up or down. * Requires special remote settings. VCR. in menus. • Selects the next item.System Controls and Indicators Remote control – cont. Puts the System menu on your TV screen.

Press again to cancel this mode. displays or dismisses artist and title information on the media center display panel. but does not restore muted sound. Starts the disc player. • Skips backward or forward through CD tracks. Repeats a CD. the disc player stops and returns to the beginning of the disc to wait for the next command. if supported. or TV channel (if the remote is set up to control your TV). DVD chapter. Pressing continues the DVD from the saved play position. 0 • Displays or dismisses a cable/satellite information window. • Stops the disc player. the disc stops and the system saves the DVD play position.System Controls and Indicators Remote control – cont. • Pauses a currently playing disc. • For DVDs only. • Allows you to change numerical values for some menu options. CD track. DVD chapter. • If playing an MP3 CD. • Pressing again (or pressing ) resumes play of a paused disc. 28 . radio station preset. Skips to the next or previous CD track. • Skips backward or forward through DVD chapters. or DVD title. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 • Provides a means for selecting a CD track. • Pressing + restores muted sound from the current source. • Raises or lowers the volume of the current source. radio station preset. Press again to change the repeat mode. • Pressing – lowers the volume of the current source. Plays audio CD tracks in random order. • After 20 minutes of no user interaction. • Seeks backward or forward to the next strongest radio station. or TV channel. Pressing twice for a disc in play returns to the beginning of the disc. DVD chapter. Skips to the previous TV channel (if supported by your TV).

® Note: If you selected another source by pressing the Source button. Control panel The media center has six buttons located on the top control panel. Not all possible choices. and a disc tray that opens on the front of the console. Steps through the available source selections. D V D 0: 0 6: 1 1 C H AP TE R 1 / 12 SHUFFLE Lights to indicate shuffle mode is selected for the current disc. you cannot control the new source with the remote until you press the button for that new source on the remote.System Controls and Indicators The media center The media center has a control panel on the top. • Used to navigate Opens or closes the disc tray. shown below. Lowers or raises the volume level. a display area to show the current status of the system. the music center display lights up to show the state of the system. Lights to indicate “Repeat Track” mode is selected. Display indicators With the system turned on. Their functions are also available through use of the remote control. The display changes with each adjustment or selection you make. Figure 22 Sample media center display Lights to indicate disc is in play. light up at once (Figure 22). Figure 21 On-Off Source – Volume + Enter Eject Turns system power on or off. DISC TRACK Lights to indicate “Repeat Disc” or “Shuffle Repeat Disc” mode is selected. • Selects the next available FM/AM preset. REPEAT Lights to indicate repeat mode is selected for current track or disc. 29 . Media center controls through menus. Lights briefly when a remote control command is received.

or cable/satellite receiver. This will help you verify the connections you have made and confirm proper sound performance. For instructions. you will need to select the video input on your TV that is connected to video output of the 3•2•1 media center (see “Connecting your TV to the media center” on page 15). TV. press Eject to open the disc tray. 30 . 1. To turn the system on to a source: • Press CD-DVD. press CD/DVD to turn the 3•2•1 system on to the CD/DVD source. 5. On the media center control panel. Note: Your 3•2•1 remote control can be set up to control other audio devices such as your TV. press Play on the 3•2•1 remote. 4. Note: Not all DVDs offer the same features. Turn on your TV. FM-AM. see “Setting up your remote to control other audio/video devices” on page 35. 3. CBL-SAT. Press Eject again to close the tray. Playing video DVDs Before you play your first DVD: • Familiarize yourself with the 3•2•1 remote control. See “Remote control” on page 26. • If you are unable to select the correct video input on your TV. VCR. you can choose to display subtitles while watching a movie only if that particular disc provides subtitle information. • Be sure that you play the 3•2•1 system setup DVD first. please consult your TV’s owner’s guide. • Be sure you understand how to switch between the available video inputs on your TV. The DVD should begin to play automatically. 2. To view a video DVD. On the 3•2•1 remote.Operation Turning your system on and off To turn power on or off: • Point the 3•2•1 remote at the media center and press On/Off. For example. OR • Press On-Off on top of the media center. or AUX on the 3•2•1 remote. Place the DVD disc in the disc tray. If not.

Eject • Press Eject on the media center to stop a disc and open the disc tray. elapsed play time and chapter number are displayed on the media center front panel. see “DVD settings menu” on page 42. The system holds the movie at the point of interruption. Press Play to restart the video. to skip • Press Repeat while a chapter is playing to make it repeat. • Press to scan backward through the current DVD. OR • Press Pause again. You can get to the DVD Lock menu by pressing the System button on the remote control. Press Play to resume play from the point of interruption. Note: For information on changing DVD-related source settings. Restricting access to video DVDs The DVD Lock menu allows you to restrict access to video DVDs which may contain inappropriate material for certain members of your family. • Press Chapter to skip to the next chapter on the current DVD. • Press once to interrupt a playing movie. For instructions on using the DVD Lock menu. see “DVD Lock options” on page 50. This feature allows you to set up password access for movies which have a certain rating. OR • Press twice. 31 . Figure 23 Sample display for a DVD video D V D 0: 0 6: 1 1 CHAPTER 1/12 Basic DVD operations • Press Pause to pause a movie. Press Chapter to the previous chapter. Press to scan forward. Play is interrupted and the system returns to the beginning of the disc. • Use the stop button ( ) to interrupt a movie in play. or press Play to resume playing a paused CD.Operation While a DVD video is playing.

Place the DVD disc in the disc tray. press CD/DVD to turn the 3•2•1 system on to the CD/DVD source. Press Repeat again for REPEAT DISC mode. or press Play to resume playing a paused CD. Press Shuffle again to turn off the shuffle mode (SHUFFLE OFF). Note: If playing an MP3 CD. • Press Track to skip to the next track on the current CD. Eject 2. see “CD settings menu” on page 41. 32 . press Eject to open the disc tray. to skip to the • Press and hold to scan backward through the current CD. The audio CD should begin to play automatically. press Play on the 3•2•1 remote. the Info button displays or clears artist and title information on the media center display panel. If not. Press Repeat again to turn the repeat functions off (REPEAT OFF). Basic CD operations • Press Pause to pause an audio CD. to scan • Press Repeat once for REPEAT TRACK mode. • Press once to advance to the next song. On the media center control panel. Eject 4. • Press Shuffle once for SHUFFLE DISC mode. • Press to stop an audio CD. On the 3•2•1 remote. Press Track previous track.Operation Playing audio CDs 1. Note: For information on changing CD-related source settings. Press and hold forward. 5. OR • Press Pause again. 3. Press Eject again to close the tray.

Note: Assigning a preset number to a station will replace any previous assignment of that preset. • OR. press the second number and hold it. press the single number button and hold it. Immediately after. To begin seeking again without holding down the Seek button. Tuning to a station You can tune to a radio station in any of the following ways: • Press FM-AM to switch between the FM and AM bands. press Enter on the media center to store the selected station at the next available preset number. press the first number. Tune to the preferred station. For numbers 10-20. Press Preset to select the previous OR • Press the number of a stored station on the keypad. briefly press Seek or Seek . see “FM/AM settings menu” on page 41. Press and hold for rapid tuning. briefly press Seek or Seek as soon as the first seek operation stops. This enables you to tune to a favorite station quickly. the radio will turn on to the most recently selected station. press FM-AM. 1. Storing stations as presets Using your 3•2•1 remote control you can store up to 20 AM and 20 FM station presets. The newly assigned preset number appears briefly on the media center display. Press Seek to go to the next available station. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 to select the next stored station. 2. • For numbers 1-9. 33 . Press Tune to tune down the band. Store the station with an assigned preset number. Release to stop at the next available station.Operation Listening to FM/AM radio On the 3•2•1 remote. To stop anytime. • Press Seek to go to the previous station. • Press Preset stored station. • Press Tune to tune up the band. 0 Note: For information on changing FM/AM-related source settings. If the system is off.

Be sure a tape or disc is loaded. Using the sleep timer Your system includes a sleep timer which can be set to turn your system off automatically after 1 to 90 minutes of listening to any source. This timer can be accessed through the Settings menu for any source. • Use the Volume up or down arrows on the system remote or on the media center to raise or lower the volume of the system. Use the 3•2•1 Series II or 3•2•1 GS Series II system remote to get started: • Pressing TV. Note: The sleep timer will not turn off the TV or other audio device. as needed. CBL-SAT. 2. or AUX on the 3•2•1 or 3•2•1 GS system remote turns on the system and selects the audio for that component. 34 . Playing other sources Turn on any component connected to the media center by using the remote for that component or controls on the component front panel. Press and hold the 0 button on the remote until the media center display tells you that the preset is erased.Operation Erasing a preset 1. See “Changing Source Settings” on page 39. Tune to the preset station.

Device codes are listed in the back section of this owner’s guide and in the System menus under Remote Control options. go back to step 2 and try other codes. On the remote keypad. On the remote keypad. the code is invalid. Press and hold the CBL-SAT button until the remote LED is lit (about five seconds). If your TV does not respond. Check that the LED turns off after the code is entered. If the LED blinks. The LED will turn off temporarily as you press each key. VCR. Try again. enter the four-digit device code for your TV. Wait seven seconds for the error to clear and start again. 5. try a different code. If you are still unsuccessful. Press and hold the TV button until the remote LED is lit (about five seconds). you can do the following: To set up the remote to control your TV 1. If you notice a lack of response or limited functionality after setting up the remote. Point the remote at your cable/satellite box and press the CBL-SAT On-Off button. Turn on both the 3•2•1 system and your cable/satellite box. Point the remote at your TV and press the TV On-Off button. If the LED blinks. Note: The remote status LED flashes rapidly eight times if you press an invalid key. follow the instructions under the heading. 5. PVR or cable/satellite box by entering a device code while in the setup mode. go back to step 2 and try other codes. see “Searching for a device code” on page 36. Check that the LED turns off after the code is entered. 4. see “Verifying an entered device code” on page 38. Direct entry of a device code Device codes can be found at the back of this owner’s guide or in the System menu under Remote Control options. 3. the code is invalid. see “Searching for a device code” on page 36. 3. enter the four-digit device code for your cable/satellite box. To set up the remote to control your cable/satellite box 1. If your cable/satellite box does not respond. • If you can’t find the device code and want to search the system for it. 2. If you know the device code. 4. • If you want to verify the device code you have entered for an audio device. Note: More than one code may work with your particular brand of product. “Direct entry of a device code” below. The LED will turn off temporarily as you press each key. 2. • If you know the device code.Controlling Other Audio Devices Setting up your remote to control other audio/video devices Your remote can be set up to control other audio devices such as a TV. see “Searching for a device code” on page 36. Turn on both the 3•2•1 system and your TV. Try again. If you are still unsuccessful. or enter an unavailable device code. 35 .

2. Alternately press Channel and TV On-Off until your TV turns off. 3. 36 . go back to step 2 and try other codes. Press and hold TV until the remote LED is lit (about five seconds). If your TV does not respond. see “Searching for a device code” on page 36. Check that the LED turns off after the code is entered. Press and hold the AUX button until the remote LED is lit (about five seconds). Searching for a device code Use this method if you do not know the device code for a device. The LED will turn off temporarily as you press each key. the code is invalid. Point the remote at your TV and press TV On-Off. Use it as a last resort. enter the four-digit device code for your VCR/PVR.Controlling Other Audio Devices To set up the remote to control your VCR or PVR (such as Tivo or Replay TV) 1. 4. Turn on both the 3•2•1 system and your TV. If your VCR or PVR does not respond. 5. On the remote keypad. If you are still unsuccessful. Note: This is a very time-consuming process. Try again. 3. AUX 2. Press Enter. 4. Turn on both the 3•2•1 system and your VCR or PVR. go back to step 2 and try again. Check that the remote LED turns off. If the LED blinks. AUX 5. Point the remote at your VCR or PVR and press the AUX On-Off button. To set up the remote to control your TV 1.

4. Point the remote at your VCR/PVR and press AUX On-Off. AUX 5. Point the remote at your cable/satellite box and press CBL-SAT On-Off. 5. 2. go back to step 2 and try again. AUX 2.Controlling Other Audio Devices To set up the remote to control your cable/satellite box 1. If your VCR/PVR does not respond. Alternately press Channel turns off. Press Enter. If your cable/ satellite box does not respond. 37 . Alternately press Channel and AUX On-Off until your VCR/PVR turns off. Check that the remote LED turns off. AUX 3. TiVo or Replay TV) 1. Check that the remote LED turns off. go back to step 2 and try again. Press and hold AUX until the remote LED is lit (about five seconds). Press and hold CBL-SAT until the remote LED is lit (about five seconds). Turn on both the 3•2•1 system and your VCR/PVR. To set up the remote to control your VCR or PVR (for example. Turn on both the 3•2•1 system and your cable/satellite box. Press Enter. 3. and CBL-SAT On-Off until your cable/satellite box 4.

This is the second digit. The remote status LED will illuminate and blink the number of times corresponding to the device controlling channel selection. This is the fourth digit. press Exit. 1 blink = TV 2 blinks = CBL-SAT 3 blinks = AUX 2. Press the Info button. 4. If not.Controlling Other Audio Devices Verifying an entered device code In case you need to check to see what code the remote is using for a particular audio device. 5. Press 2 on the remote and count the number of times the LED blinks (zero is indicated by a long blink). such as a VCR and cable/satellite box. 38 . CBL-SAT. press and hold Last on the 3•2•1 remote and count the number of blinks. After the blinking stops. This is the first digit. To confirm. Press 3 on the remote and count the number of times the LED blinks (zero is indicated by a long blink). repeat steps 2 and 3. press the source button (TV. Press 4 on the remote and count the number of times the LED blinks (zero is indicated by a long blink). or AUX) until the remote LED lights (about five seconds) 2. 6. or AUX) that corresponds to the device you want to use for channel selection. you may wish to change channels using one of these other audio devices rather than your TV. Press and hold Last on the 3•2•1 remote. do the following: 1. You can easily switch your 3•2•1 remote to change channels on another audio device: 1. This is the third digit. 3. Press and hold a source key (TV. Press Exit on the 3•2•1 remote. Press Exit. CBL-SAT. 7. 3. Press 1 on the remote and count the number of times the LED blinks (zero is indicated by a long blink). Changing channel selection control If you are using your 3•2•1 home entertainment system with other audio devices. If the change was made.

Figure 25 Sample Settings menu on the media center display >Output Mode: Auto Sleep Timer: Off SETTINGS 39 . Press Settings to display the Settings menu for the selected source. Press Exit to dismiss the Settings menu. Press a source button on your 3•2•1 remote control. you can make quick adjustments that will increase your enjoyment of the program. menu items will scroll in and out of view as you press the up ( ) and down ( ) arrow buttons on the remote. 2.Changing Source Settings Using the settings menus While watching a video or listening to music on your system. each source you use with this system has its own Settings menu with features appropriate to that source. To view the settings menus You can see the Settings menu for each source on your TV screen (Figure 24) and on the display panel of your media center (Figure 25). For that purpose. On the media center display panel. Figure 24 Source name Sample Settings menu on your TV screen Tuner Menu item name Output Mode: Auto Menu items Setting Selection box Navigation help .which buttons to use Note: Any changes made in the settings menu on your TV screen will also appear in the media center display panel. 1. If the list of menu items is too long for the screen. Turn on your TV and select the correct TV input to view your 3•2•1 system. 3. a small down or up arrow indicates that you need to scroll down or up to see other items. 4.

8. under Media Center options. Turn on your TV and select the correct TV input to view your 3•2•1 system. 1. Note: You can restore all default settings by choosing Restore Settings in the Systems menu. 7. The up or down arrow button was pressed to change setting from Auto to Stereo. Press Exit to dismiss the Settings menu. too. The default settings for each source are shown in the menu tables on the following pages. Tuner Output Mode: Auto Output Mode: Stereo The right arrow button was pressed to select the setting. The progression in Figure 26 shows output mode for the FM tuner being changed from Auto to Stereo. Press the right arrow ( 6. 2. Figure 26 Changing the FM output mode setting Tuner Tuner Output Mode: Auto The down arrow button was pressed to select the Output Mode menu item. 3. It also changes the Audio Processing setting back to Automatic (found in the Systems menu under Audio options). Press Enter or the left arrow ( ) button to save the setting. the same instructions apply. Do that if you do not like the effect of a change you have made.Changing Source Settings To make changes in the settings menus Whether you use your TV screen or the media center display to change settings. This reverts all source settings back to the factory default settings. You can use the actions above to change back to the original (default) settings. Press the up ( ) arrow buttons. Press a source button on your 3•2•1 remote control. or accidentally made a change you did not intend. ) or down ( ) arrow button to change the setting. ) button to select the menu item setting. 4. Press Settings to display the Settings menu for the selected source. select the menu item you want to change. Using the down ( ) and up ( 5. 40 .

Then press Settings.Changing Source Settings FM/AM settings menu To see the FM/AM Settings menu. 41 . press FM-AM on the remote. 10-90 minutes Off Turns the system off after the set time expires. CD settings menu To see the CD Settings menu. press CD-DVD on the remote while playing an audio CD. Press Exit to remove the menu from the screen. Item Name Settings Track __ of __ Sleep Timer Off. Choose off to deactivate the timer. Stereo. and only on some systems) Off. Sleep Timer Off. Item Name Settings Default Description Output Mode (FM only) Auto. On Off Displays station and program information (as available from Radio Data System). Off Turns the system off after the set time expires. Then press Settings. Press Exit to remove the menu from the screen. RDS Info (FM only. 10-90 minutes Default Description Allows you to select a track on the current disc. Choose off to deactivate the timer. Mono Auto Allows you to listen to stereo broadcasts in either stereo or mono output.

Press Enter. Sleep Timer Off. Off On Optimizes the tonal balance for movies. Then press Settings. Some DVDs do not allow direct access to chapters. Off On Engages Videostage® 5 mono decoding circuitry to process mono sound (one-channel audio) for your system. Choose off to deactivate the timer. Item Name Settings Default Description On. 3. Off On Adjusts volume to maintain dialogue intelligibility. according to the number set. Camera Angle 1 of ____ Allows you to select one of the available camera angles (only if included on disc). *Available only when Audio Processing is set to User Adjustable. 42 . Also. Some DVDs do not allow direct access to titles. To begin: 1. A-B Repeat A. Press Exit to remove the menu from the screen. Subtitle language Dependent on disc Allows you to choose one of the available subtitle languages (only if included on disc). allows you to move to a new location in the movie by entering a new time. Move backward or forward to the point in the DVD where you want the segment to start. Repeats until you press the Exit or Settings button. Audio Track Dependent on disc Allows you to choose one of the available audio tracks on the current disc. Time _:_ _ 0:00 Displays the elapsed time of the current DVD. press CD-DVD on the remote while playing a DVD video disc. according to the number entered. Title __ of __ Selects a DVD title from the current disc. See “Audio options” on page 46 for more information.Changing Source Settings DVD settings menu To see the DVD Settings menu. Move to the point where you want it to end. Movie EQ* 2. Press Enter. Mono Decoding* On. 4. Range Compression* On. 10-90 minutes Off Turns the system off after the set time expires. Chapter _____ Selects a DVD chapter from the current DVD movie. B Repeats a segment of the DVD after the start and end points are defined. Keeps some sounds from overwhelming others.

Both 1 Plays audio content of selected soundtrack(s). Off On Engages Videostage® 5 mono decoding circuitry to process mono sound (one-channel audio) for your system. Movie EQ. for example. ** Available only when a Dolby Digital 1+1 signal is detected. Audio Processing can be found in the System menu under Audio options. Keeps some sounds from overwhelming others. 2. Range Compression and Mono Decoding appear in the menu only if Audio Processing is set to User Adjustable. CBL/SAT or AUX. The content of the second soundtrack may be a second language.Changing Source Settings TV. even when the source of the program is VCR. 10-90 minutes Off Turns the system off after the set time expires. Off On Adjusts volume to maintain dialogue intelligibility. Mono Decoding* On. Off On Optimizes the tonal balance for movies. and AUX settings menu The settings below affect programs on the TV. CBL-SAT. Sleep Timer Off. See “Audio options” on page 46 for more information. Dolby Digital 1+1** 1. *Available only when Audio Processing is set to User Adjustable. 43 . Range Compression* On. Item Name Settings Default Description Movie EQ* On. Choose off to deactivate the timer. There are no separate setting menus for these sources.

3. The System menu appears with Audio options selected. however. Turn on your TV and select the correct TV input to view your 3•2•1 system. or press Exit to dismiss the System menu. changes are required to make the system fully compatible with the installation options you have chosen. In some cases.Changing System Options Using the System menu Changes to system options are typically made only once. Press System again. there may be no need for any changes. Note: Entering the System menu causes any DVD or VCD that is playing to pause. the System menu only appears on your TV screen. 1. To view the System menu Unlike the source settings menus. Press the System button on your 3•2•1 remote control. Categories of options Figure 27 Sample system menu showing audio options Audio List of system options for the selected category Video Media Center navigate 44 DVD Lock Select Audio to adjust these system options: Bass Compensation Treble Compensation Audio Processing Input Levels Navigation help – Which remote control buttons to use Remote Control select . If your system operates as you want it to. showing a list of the Audio options that can be changed. 2.

Changing System Options To change system options Changing system options in this menu is similar to changing the settings for a source. Press the up ( ) arrow to select the option category. or press Exit to dismiss the System menu. 3. 1. select the system option to change. Turn on your TV and select the correct TV input to view your 3•2•1 system. Video. ) or down ( ) arrow button to change the setting. ) button to see the system option settings. Press Enter or the down ( 5. Using the right ( ) and left ( ) arrow buttons. or DVD Lock). Press System again. Press Enter or the left arrow ( ) button to save the setting. 2. Remote Control. 45 . highlight one of the option categories (Audio. ) arrow buttons. 4. Press the right arrow ( 7. Media Center. Using the down ( ) and up ( 6. Press the System button on your 3•2•1 remote control. 8. 9.

Decreased (–) or increased (+) high-frequency reproduction. –3. +6 TV Analog Input Level TV Digital Input Level CBL/SAT Analog Input Level CBL/SAT Digital Input Level AUX Analog Input Level AUX Digital Input Level 46 Standard signal level (loudness). Note: Listening to an audio source while you change audio options can be helpful. +3. Figure 28 Audio system options Audio Video Media Center Remote Control DVD Lock Select Audio to adjust these system options: Bass Compensation Treble Compensation Audio Processing Input Levels navigate select System Option Settings Description Bass Compensation 0 [default] –14 to +14 Normal low-frequency reproduction. . Decreases or increases signal level (adjustable to match the levels of other audio devices). Decreased (–) or increased (+) low-frequency reproduction. Note: You may want to adjust the input levels of external audio devices so they match the system’s internal FM and CD levels. Audio Processing Automatic [default] Standard Bose® processing applied. Mono Decoding) available in Source Settings menus. User Adjustable Processing options (Movie EQ. Range Compression. Treble Compensation 0 [default] –14 to +14 Normal high-frequency reproduction. Some changes will be immediately noticeable and therefore useful in fine tuning your selections.Changing System Options Audio options The audio options affect the way the system sounds in your home. Normal [default] Input Levels: –6.

16:9 ratio widescreen display. * A read-only item that indicates the connection detected automatically by the system. appropriate for certain TVs. Video Format NTSC [default] PAL Correct for NTSC (US standard) monitors. Progressive Scan** Off [default] On Screen image repaints in standard style. Unmodified. 47 . Increases screen black level. Correct for PAL (European standard) monitors. ** Appears only when Video Connector is Component. Widescreen DVDs Modified [default] Unmodified Modified [default].Changing System Options Video options The video options affect the way the picture looks on your TV. Component Video Black Level Normal [default] Extended Screen black level generally appropriate for TVs. Figure 29 Video system options Audio Video Media Center Remote Control DVD Lock Select Video to adjust these system options: TV Aspect Ratio Widescreen DVDs Video Connector Video Black Level Video Format Progressive Scan navigate navigate select select System Option Settings Description TV Aspect Ratio Normal [default] Widescreen 4:3 ratio screen display. Video Connector* Composite + S-Video [default] Identifies the type of video connection made on the back panel of the media center. Screen image repaints in advanced style (if available on the TV).

N. Digital signal received via optical cable for selected source. Dansk. Display Language English [default] On-screen display menus appear in the selected language. M. Deutsch. Reverts system settings back to factory defaults. Figure 30 Media Center system options Audio Video Media Remote Center Control DVD Lock Select Media Center to adjust these system options: Display Brightness Display Language Optical Source Tuner Spacing Bose Link Room Code Restore Factory Defaults navigate select System Option Settings Description Display Brightness 4 [default] 1 (darkest) to 4 (brightest) Media center display lights with a mid-range brightness. G. Italiano. J. I. Restore Factory Defaults No Yes Maintains current system settings. ** Appears only when a Bose® link source is connected. E. or O Assigns a room code to your 3•2•1 Series II system when it is connected to a Bose® link source. D. Tuner Spacing US [default] European Channel spacing for AM/FM radio stations set to selected region standard. AUX No digital signal received via optical cable. C. Espanol. Nederlands. 48 . H. K. L. Svenska Optical Source None [default] TV. Francais.Changing System Options Media center options The media center options affect the general operation of the system. F. Darkens or lightens the media center display. Bose link Room Code* B [default]. CBL/SAT.

CBL/SAT Brand Brand name Provides a list of cable/satellite box brands for the 3•2•1 remote control to operate. and controlled by the 3•2•1 system. CBL/SAT Device Cable. see “Device Codes” on page 57. TV Device Code Code number Provides a list of available device codes for the selected TV brand. AUX Device VCR. Note: To find the brand and device codes for each component that can be connected to. Satellite Identifies which of two devices is connected to the CBL-SAT input. Figure 31 Remote Control system options Audio Video Media Remote Center Control DVD Lock Select Remote Control to adjust these system options: AUX Device AUX Brand AUX Device Code TV Brand TV Device Code CBL/SAT Device CBL/SAT Brand CBL/SAT Device Code navigate select System Option Settings Description TV Brand Brand name Provides a list of TV brands for the 3•2•1 remote control to operate.Changing System Options Remote control options The Remote Control options help you set up your remote to control other audio devices that are connected to your system. AUX Device Code Code number Provides a list of available device codes for the selected VCR/PVR brand. 49 . CBL/SAT Device Code Code number Provides a list of available device codes for the selected cable/satellite box brand. AUX Brand Brand name Provides a list of VCR/PVR brands for the 3•2•1 remote control to operate. PVR Identifies which of two devices is connected to the AUX input.

2. you need to set a level of restriction and establish a password in the DVD Lock section of the System menu. matched to movie ratings set by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA). Restricts viewing access to unrated titles when password is set. Press the System button on your 3•2•1 remote control. See “Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) rating system” on page 51. highlight the DVD Lock option.Changing System Options DVD Lock options The DVD Lock options allow you to restrict viewing of DVD videos with certain ratings. Note: If you are using the DVD Lock option for the first time. 1. To activate this feature. Change Password ____ Establishes a new four-number code to restrict access to movies with certain ratings. There are 8 levels to choose from. 3. Turn on your TV and select the correct TV input to view your 3•2•1 system. 50 . ) arrow key. Figure 32 DVD Lock system options Audio Video Media Center Remote Control DVD Lock Select Remote Control to adjust these system options: Lock Unrated Discs Lock Discs Rated Above Change Password navigate select System Option Settings Description Lock Unrated Discs Off On No restriction applies to unrated DVD movies. Using the right ( ) and left ( 4. Press Enter or the down ( ) arrow buttons. Lock Discs Rated Above 1 to 8 Helps prevent viewing discs above the selected number when a password is created. Setting a password and restriction level Your password will help prevent unauthorized viewing of DVD videos that have a higher rating than your restriction level. enter a four-digit password. Then enter it again to confirm.

Press the up ( ) button to see the available settings. Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) rating system Parental Control Setting MPAA Rating 8 Audience Restriction None 7 NC-17 Adult audiences 6 R Mature audiences 5 Mature teenage audiences 4 PG-13 Teenage audiences 3 PG Mature young audiences 2 1 Most audiences G General Example: Choosing a Parental Control Setting of 4. Press Enter or the left arrow ( ) button to save the setting. 6. Your password also helps prevent others from changing the restriction level setting without permission. scroll down to Lock Discs Rated Above.Changing System Options 5. Enter your four-digit password. ) or down ( ) arrow button to find the rating you want. 10. 9. Videos with ratings above that may be viewed only after entering the password. Using the down ( ) button. 51 . restricts access to videos rated above PG-13. Press the right arrow ( 8. Press Exit to dismiss the Settings menu. 7.

or abrasives. ammonia. • To remove stains or fingerprints from the surface of a disc. Store each disc in its case. away from direct sunlight. • Do not write on or attach labels to the surface of a disc. . • Do not use any sprays near the speakers. use a soft and dry lint-free. chemicals. • To minimize exposure to dust and dirt. high temperatures. return discs to their cases after use. c.Maintaining Your System Cleaning Cleaning the media center • Use only a soft. or abrasives. they can damage the disc. Do not use any solvents. • Do not allow liquids to spill into any openings. dry cloth to clean the outside surfaces of the media center. • Do not use any sprays near the system. Wipe in straight movements from the center of the disc to the outside (Figure 33b). • Do not use a circular motion to clean (Figure 33c). or cleaning solutions containing alcohol. • The speaker grilles require no special care. Cleaning the speakers • Clean the surface of your speakers with a soft. and humidity. • Do not allow liquids to spill into any openings. Do not use any solvents. You can use an ammonia-free window cleaner on a soft cloth to maintain the finish. or cleaning solutions containing alcohol. Cleaning discs • Handle discs by their edges to prevent fingerprints and scratches (Figure 33a). Figure 33 Disc care 52 a. cloth. ammonia. although you may vacuum them carefully if necessary. Do not use any chemical products. b. damp cloth. chemicals.

• Slide the battery compartment cover back into place. stands. Refer to the address sheet included in the shipping carton.Maintaining Your System Replacing the remote control batteries CAUTION: Please dispose of used batteries properly. Bose also offers cable adapters for use in running speaker cable through walls. Be sure to replace both batteries. Figure 35 Speaker accessories UB-20 Wall Bracket UFS-20 Floor Stand US-T20 Table Stand 53 . contact your Bose dealer or Bose Corporation directly. UFS-20 floor stands and UTS-20 table stands (Figure 35). Do not incinerate. • Slide open the battery compartment (Figure 34). including the UB-20 wall brackets. or cable adapters. • Notice the polarity markings (+ and –) inside the compartment and install the batteries accordingly. Figure 34 AA batteries (IEC R6) Putting in the batteries Battery compartment cover Accessories The Bose® 3•2•1 Series II and 3•2•1 GS Series II system shelf speakers are compatible with Bose mounting accessories. For further information or to order the mounting brackets. following any local regulations.

Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting table
Problem

What to do

System doesn’t do
anything

• Make sure the unit is turned on. Try pressing the remote On-Off button and the media
center On-Off button.
• Make sure the power cord is inserted securely into the Acoustimass® module and plugged
firmly into an operating AC wall outlet.
• Be sure to select a source (CD/DVD, AM/FM, etc.).
• Unplug the Acoustimass module power cord from the outlet for one minute, then reconnect it. This allows the unit to reset itself. After reconnecting the power cord, wait for the
message, “BOSE 3•2•1” to appear on the media center display.

Disc won’t eject

• Turn off the unit.
• Unplug the Acoustimass module power cord from the outlet for one minute, then reconnect it. This allows the unit to reset itself.
• Before powering on, press and hold Eject on the media center.

No sound

• Increase the volume.
• Check to see if MUTE is lit on the display. If it is, press the Mute button on the remote control to unmute the sound.
• Make sure the Acoustimass module cable and speaker cable are firmly seated in their
respective jacks and the multi-pin connector on the other end is firmly seated in the
Acoustimass module jack.
• Check speaker connections.
• Turn the media center off for 10 seconds, then on again, to restore communication
between the media center and the speakers.
• Check the connections for any external audio devices. Be sure to select the correct source
for the desired input.
• Be sure the disc is placed correctly, label-side up, in the CD tray.
• Connect the FM and AM antennas.
• Unplug the Acoustimass module power cord from the outlet for a minute, then reconnect it.
This allows the unit to reset itself.
• If you are using an optical digital audio connection, make sure that the optical jack is correctly assigned in the System menu.
• Make sure the volume is turned up on the TV.
• Check input level settings for each connected device in the System menu.

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Troubleshooting
Problem

What to do

Sound, but no picture

• Make sure the TV is on.
• When playing a DVD or other video source, make sure the TV is set to the correct video
input.

Remote control is
inconsistent or does not
work

• Check batteries and their polarity (+ and –). See “Replacing the remote control batteries”
on page 53.
• Point the remote control at the media center.

Radio does not work
or has poor reception






Make sure antennas are connected properly.
Move AM antenna at least 20 inches (50 cm) from the media center.
Adjust antenna position to improve reception.
AM antenna must be upright.
Move antennas farther from TV or other electronic equipment.
You may be in an area of weak signal coverage.

DVD or CD does not
play







Check to see if the Play symbol in the display is lit.
After pressing the CD/DVD button, wait a few seconds before pressing Play.
Make sure the disc is properly inserted (label-side up).
Eject the disc and try loading it again.
There may be dirt or dust on the disc. Clean the disc. See “Cleaning discs” on page 52.
The disc may be defective. Try another disc.
Make sure region codes for both the DVD and player match. See “Check for region code
compatibility” page 5.

FM sound is distorted

• Adjust antenna position to reduce interference.

Sound is distorted

• Make sure speaker cables are not damaged and the connections are secure.
• Reduce the output level from any external audio devices connected to the music center.
• Reduce the input level setting for the connected device in the system menu.

Picture is black and
white or rolling

• Check the video cable connections.
• Check the Video Format setting and change to appropriate setting (NTSC or PAL).
See “Video options” on page 47.

You forgot your
password

• Enter the password 2673 to access the parental controls and create a new password.

Customer service
For additional help in solving problems, contact Bose® Customer Service. Refer to the
address list included in the carton.

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Technical Information
Power rating
USA/Canada: 120V

Maximum ambient temperature
50/60Hz 300W

International: 220-240V

50/60Hz 300W

Dual voltage: 115/230V

50/60Hz 300W

Audio inputs
AUX – Left, Right (analog); D (digital)
CBL-SAT – L, R (analog); D (digital)
TV – L, R (analog); D (digital)
Optical – SPDIF digital, mapped to input

Audio outputs
®

Acoustimass Module – SPDIF

Video inputs

104°F (45°C)

Dimensions
Media center: 3¼"H x 13¾"W x 10"D
(8.3 cm x 34.9 cm x 25.4 cm)
Remote control: 11/8"H x 21/2"W x 9"D
(3.0 cm x 6.5 cm x 22.9 cm)
3•2•1 speakers: 31/2"H x 77/8"W x 51/4"D
(8.7 cm x 19.9 cm x 13.6 cm)
3•2•1 GS speakers: 4"H x 51/2"W x 21/2"D
(10.5 cm x 14 cm x 6.4 cm)
Acoustimass module: 141/2"H x 83/4"W x 191/8"D
(36.7 cm x 22.2 cm x 48.5 cm)

Weights

C (composite) – NTSC or PAL format

Media center: 6.7 lb (3.0 kg)

S-Video

3•2•1 speakers: 2.7 lb (1.2 kg) each

Video outputs
C (composite) – NTSC or PAL format
S-Video
Component Y, Pb, Pr

Antennas
FM 75Ω – external FM antenna
AM – external AM antenna

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GS speakers: 1 lb (.45 kg) each
Acoustimass module: 23.3 lb (10.6 kg)

Finish
Media center: polymer
Speakers: polymer
Acoustimass module: polymer

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............ 0211.. 0581. 0037 Ether.............. 1935 Bruns .... 0087..... 0259 Electroband................................... 1909.............. 0206................. 0016 Firstline .............. 0217............................. 0053... 0177 Clairtone ..... 0104.................. 0363..... 0217. 0346.............. 0519........................ 0037.................... 0218 Elta ...... 0070....................... 0552 Dansai ................ 0003......... 1037................... 0039... 0451...... 0579... 0218......... 0217 Dumont ...................... 0216.......... 0294..................... 0003. 0371. 0238... 0179. 1902............................................ 0037 Dixi ... 1921... 0070....... 0009........ 0087 BSR ....... 0218 Daewoo ............ 0157 Ferguson .. 0073.... 0019 De Graaf... 0056........... 0037..................... 0512.... 0037.... 0282... 0455 Forgestone...... 0003 Electrohome... 0109...... 1928...... 0208............. 0544. 0349....... 1909......... 0505.......... 1943 Carver ............. 0282... 0327......................... 0185............... 0381 Chun Yun ..... 0216 Brockwood ........ 0374.......... 0012 Beaumark ....... 0359................ 0087 Blue Star....... 0535 Cimline...... 0009.. 0548 Chung Hsin ... 0157 Axion ....... 0019 Broksonic .. 0037 Elbe......... 0009.... 0198. 0105.... 0037....... 0037 Candle ..... 0208................ 0227 Denon ....... 0282 Bondstec ...... 0037.................................................. 0191. 0370 Brionvega . 0559......... 0698.. 0000 Atlantic ..... 0363 Blue Sky ............. 0185..... 0700. 0193.. 0010 Blaupunkt ...... 0320... 0324.... 0087 Britannia ........ 0166............Device Codes TV device codes Anam ............. 0218.......... 0109 Curtis Mathes .... 0037.......... 0109....... 0249.......... 0668... 0170.... 0179................ 0171... 0385 Europhon .............. 0087 Daytron ............ 0009... 0321............ 0037 Carrefour... 0009.......... 0003................................. Edison..... 0056 Decca.......................... 0179......... 0374. 0195. 0418...................... 0009. 0217.. 0104........................... 0516........ 0037 Audiosonic ...... 0039............. 0516 Belcor . 1037.. 1928... 0003 Cathay . 0009.............. 1911........... 0037 ASA ........ 0216............................. 0451 Continental 0205........... 0355............... 0036 Apex Digital ............. 0560 Barco....... 0217 Contec ........ 0019.... 0072............. 0247... 0036..... 0544. 0037 Condor................ 0074... 0370 Boots. 0055 Anitech ...................... 0414.. 0037.......... 0084.. 0200... 0087............ 0208..... 0272... 0009 Citizen...................... 0343................................... 0104. 0087 Audiovox ....................... 0000... 0250. 0003... 1900. 0370 Binatone .......... 1929....... 0185....................... 0451..... 0196....... 0218........ 0336 Awa ................. 0280............. 0178................. 0016 Concerto......... 0046...... 0335.. 0186........ 0216 Cascade . 0178 Clarivox...... 0486........ 0280 Emerson................. 0003.... 0535.... 0361. 1911............................... 1928.. 0466........... 0205........................ 0009 Cineral .... 0037 Century . 0499 Dainichi .. 0037 Asuka ............ 0516......... 0019....... 0247 Etron ................. 0009 Dual........... 0700............... 0039...... 0009 Beko ...... 0190........ 0074.. 0038. 0335....................... 0019 Colt .. 0554.... 0217.............. 0170 Arcam ........... 0370......... 0087.. 0087 ECE ........................ 0628...... 0056.... 0037.. 0628 Anam National...... 0544... 0196. 0714........ 0346..................... 0108... 0009. 0363....... 1944... 0087 CCE .. 0555....... 0565..... 0218 Fisher ................ 1929.................... 0650.... 0037..... 0185 Ching Tai ........ 0306........... 0668 Crosley............. 0033 Elite .............. 0451.................... 0548.... 0087. 0361...... 0178...... 0003 CGE ...... 0218 Flint .......... 1937 Bang & Olufsen .. 0009......... 0244......... 0186... 0037... 0294.... 0399 Fidelity.... 0179.. 0554.. 0247 Crown .... 1906 Expert... 0349. 0700. 0046.................. 0178........ 0294 BTC ................. 0303....... 0179.................... 1905......... 0039........... 0552.................... 0634....... 0072....... 0018 Bush ..... 0003. 0343 Dayton. 0019.. 0039............... 0052.............. 0432........... 0668 Cybertron............................. 0552 Basic Line... 0519.......... 0056 Beon ....... 0544........ 0193................................. 0320 Fortress ......... 0247 Autovox ... 1919..... 0009 Brandt. 0715 Clatronic ........ 0185 Erres.... 0084.......... 0193 Formenti. 0363..... 0216 Finlux ..... 0216....... 0145 Digatron ..... 1938...... 0033...... 0009 Clayton .... 0328. 0320..... 0544........................... 0361 Finlandia................. 0036............. 0370.. 0009 ........ 0009 AOC........................ 0009.......... 0093 A-5 Device Codes Baird ............ 0336 Dual Tec ..... 0247 Firstar................... 0380. 0093........ 1905......................... 0552.... 0145.... 0198.... 0217 CS Electronics . 0033 Elin .. 0108... 0108. 0282 CTC ............ 0272..... 0009 Baur........ 0056....... 0032. 0411 BPL.. 0451.. 0206 Bell & Howell ................. 0206 Centurion . 0009 Archer ........................ 0218 Celebrity ......... 0093................ 0036. 0000.. 0019.............. 0159... 0250.....

........ 0178....... 0072................ 0037... 0560. 0057............ 0163... 0163... 0163 IR .. 0179...................... 0218 A-6 Janeil ............... 0157.. 1904................ 0036 Konka.... 0037..... 0481.. 0552 GE .. 1917............. 0072.............. 0201.......... 0036. 0512 LXI........ 0418. 0634............ 0217 KTV ............. 0094..... 0039... 0074. 0374.. 0179...... 0610 Majestic......... 0087 . 0628 Lenco ... 0349... 1913.. 0135.............. 0019................. 0053........ 0706...... 0351........ 0448...... 0264. 0361...... 1225..... 1904 Lloytron ..... 0009 Hitachi.............................. 1908 Kennedy............... 0294................................. 0163.... 0186.... 0192 Hankook .............. 0043 Havermy ... 0056.. 0264....... 0171. 0163 GoldStar .............. 0264....... 0730............................ 0400............. 0218 ICeS .......... 0217....................... 0044.... 0037 Lloyd’s. 0178........... 0282................ 0024....... 0648 Karcher ......... 0516 Harley Davidson ... 0556....... 0361 Grandin...... 1928.......... 0363. 0039.. 0205................ 0019 Hypson ...... 0037 Kingsley ....... 0217. 0363.............. 0516....... 0216.. 0544......... 0009 Hallmark ................ 0039. 0072 LG .......... 0590 Hua Tun ........ 0499.. 1909. 0009..... 0303.. 0683.. 0190...... 1037... 1907... 0109..... 0108...... 0371.................. 0072 Innova . 0016........... 0512..... 0370 GPM ....... 0056 Hanseatic . 0217. 0707....... 0001. 0217...... 0105.. 0151. 0563.. 0072........... 0037........ 0178............. 0363 Hisawa ... 0170...................... 0361...... 0217 Graetz...... 0556................ 0264.... 0606..... 0074 Logik ............ 0037................. 0055........... 0217..... 1904 GBC..... 0056... 0455 Kendo ...... 0351 Grunpy.................... 0196. 0087........................ 0644............ 0216 Kioto.... 0037.... 0516.......... 0628 Luma ...... 0009 Korpel ..................................... 0037......... 0037...... 0815...................................... 0009... 0043........ 0108......... 0043.......... 0109.................. 0632...................... 0187........ 0206. 0009 Magnadyne ................. 0412 Hello Kitty ........ 0587 ITT... 1931. 1933.............. 0163. 0009.............. 0037 Interfunk......... 0218 Imperial .. 0165. 0370.. 1926.. 0548... 0037... 0019 Geloso .... 0056 Intervision . 0037.................. 0282 Magnavox ... 0163.................. 0217.......................... 0178 M Electronic ......... 0552................... 0282....... 0247 Magnafon. 0036.......................... 0056.... 0072 Funai.......... 1908 JVC .......... 0019. 0451 Hinari ............... 0556 Manesth ................ 0556. 0441 General.. 0363 IRT ............... 1939..... 1904. 0046 Loewe .... 0544..... 0036. 0145..... 0359.. 0001.... 0719....... 0217.............. 1940. 0544...... 0290.... 0451..................... 0087 Gibralter... 0216 Kaypani........ 0216 Korting ... 0016. 0227.......... 0264...... 0349. 0037................... 0102...... 0320.. 0480........... 0019.................. 0377... 0033. 0386................ 0628......... 0037..... 0578.. 0206 Magnum.. 0264......... 0216 Magnin ... 0638. 0218............. 0037........ 0194.... 0585 Leyco . 1935..... 0163......................... 0217. 0186. 0178...... 0009.................. 0235..... 1900 Gorenje............... 0706.. 0053....... 0346. 0087......... 0630 Indiana ......... 0552 Kenwood........... 0306....... 0218 Luxman ... 0703...................... 0205..........Device Codes TV device codes Frontech ............. 0700 Liesenk & Tter ... 0032.... 0374. 0032 Gradiente.. 0282................ 0037 Hinari . 0363.......... 0264.......... 0817 Hanimex ... 0195. 0414... 0343......... 0003.......... 0146................. 0320... 0179... 0381................. 0198......... 0186... 0179.............. 0191.... 0516 Device Codes Genexxa . 0000 Haier ........ 0706 Kloss ............... 0225............ 0179... 0235 Kawasho . 1913 Kaisui ..................... 0109......... 0683.... 0186.. 0371 Grundig .. 0179....... 1907 Kapsch........ 0032... 0046.. 0377 Goodmans..... 0371......................... 0435...... 0045... 0001 Granada........ 0363. 0208. 0104......................... 0282.... 1923.... 0105.......... 0516............... 0019. 0084............... 0009 Gintai . 0102 Magnasonic ..... 0361.......... 0036............ 0217....... 0339. 0003............................................. 0247.... 0259 Kolin ................... 0714...... 0653............ 0027... 0356. 0294.................. 0016 Kathrein .. 0021.... 0428 Hantarex ................... 0854 Marelli .... 0056 ITC . 0163 Inno Hit ............ 0610.. 0179... 0235........ 0374.. 0036...... 0093 HCM ..................... 0282 ITS ... 0371.............. 0218........... 0096................ 0038.................... 0179 JCB...... 0356..... 0552 Luxor ... 0178 Jensen .. 0037 Ingelen .... 0038......... 0354 ICE . 1919............ 1934........... 0037 Koyoda........... 0247. 0179. 0102............................... 0554...................... 0027 GEC. 0070. 0535..... 0052 Marantz ........... 0032....... 0247................ 0178... 1922... 0280 Fujitsu........... 0053.. 0024 Kneissel...... 1904 Kamp ... 0487... 0185.. 0206 Isukai ......... 0020.. 0361. 0037 Huanyu ............... 0768 Jean ........... 0516.. 0548..

....... 0163.............. 0032...... 1037. 0037 Memorex .. 0201...... 0032.... 0178........ 0363.. 0704 Penney........ 1933 Princeton..... 0697 Portland ....... 0021 Oso .... 0070......... 0039 Pioneer... 0035.......... 0018 Phonola.............. 0165 Orion . 0010. 0009........... 1907.. 0554........ 0216.. 0178 Philco ........... 0037..... 0238... 0198.. 0412..... 0012...... 0554 Perdio ......... 0367... 0337 Optimus .. 0567....................... 1947. 1919 Quasar ... 1037 Nicamagic......... 0037............ 1941... 0516.......... 0361.................... 0185... 0037............ 0166........... 0216.. 0032................. 0009. 0165............... 0093.. 0055 MTC............ 0102.... 0650 Nobliko .. 0087. 0021... 0250.............. 0087. 0412 Osaki....... 0218 Mirror.. 1926....... 0032...... 0187.... 0032............ 0217.... 0056... 0126.. 0145....... 0650......... 0554.. 0291........... 0178. 0178..... 0037 Newave..... 0535............... 0487. 0084............... 0037 A-7 Device Codes Metz .... 0193......................... 0196.. 1927 Mercury ............ 0036 RBM ... 1907 Midland ... 0363.... 0024......... 0361......... 0217.... 0321 Proscan.............. 0292 Monivision .................. 0371. 0170.. 0009.. 0208.. 0535......... 0388........ 0018 Radiomarelli .............. 0418... 1913.... 0104............... 0052... 0512............ 0349...... 0226.. 0455... 0247... 0157 Mitsubishi ............ 0355....... 0178..... 0367........... 0186....... 0423....... 0556 Megatron .... 0070..................... 0055.... 0036 RadioShack.. 0320 Phase.... 0038... 0418...... 0036...................... 0443...... 0046...................... 0013..... 0354... 1919.............................. 0020.... 0361 Pathe Marconi ............. 1920.......... 0250................ 0700 Motorola ....... 0363..... 0043 Nokia . 0009 Matsui.... 1911..... 0200... 0355.. 0108. 0655.. 0544 Matsushita. 0033....... 0009 Palladium ............. 0019... 0552.. 0178.... 0340.......... 0628.. 0505.. 0178..... 0093.. 0264..... 0072.......... 0000... 0179.... 0179........... 0217 Pye .............. 0012 NEC ................... 0093......... 0264... 0019................ 1650................. 0056.... 0179 Netsat .......... 0037. 0109. 0668. 0016 Oceanic ................... 0535....... 0349 Multitech......... 0043........... 0214.. 0817... 0036. 1924... 0217.......... 1927.... 0019.......... 0013... 0037....... 0087..... 0009 Radiola..... 0349........ 1929............... 0037..... 0361 Proline ... 0512. 0321................ 0516 Minoka....... 0096........ 0343.. 0544........ 0337 Nikko... 0556............ 0447 Onking .......... 0274........ 0010.... 0020.. 0009.... 1930... 1917..... 0275. 0001 MGA .... 0294.. 0264 Minutz...... 0039..... 0280 ... 0327..... 0487.......... 0250......... 0337..... 0035....... 0032.......... 0493........ 0211.. 0087 Otto Versand.... 0037...... 0074.... 1924.... 0177....................... 0072..... 0815.......... 0363. 1911. 0087.......... 0037.......... 0443. 0226 Pausa.... 0480............. 0700 Profex.............. 0196.... 0011.. 0019. 0554.. 0560.. 0056......... 0516 Prima....... 0011.. 0108........ 0544............. 0306..... 0019...... 0179..... 0381............. 0466.... 0505.... 0235. 0019. 0554 Mivar..... 0552 NAD ..... 0012 Panasonic ......... 0320... 0516.. 0165.. 0433 Optonica . 0235............ 0272..... 0165.............. 0135................... 0036.. 0250.... 0074...... 0012........... 0343 Phoenix . 0783. 0556 Pathe Cinema ... 0606. 0019........ 0072... 0163 Polytron... 0556.. 0177... 0217. 0087. 1922 Protech ........... 0037 Philex .. 0032....Device Codes TV device codes Mark ... 0363 Pilot..... 0037..... 0320.... 0216.. 0216 Nikkai..... 0370 Pulsar .... 0163 Memphis. 0037... 0070 NEI...... 0512............ 0102 McMichael....... 0186. 0178........ 0535 Onwa ........ 1911.... 0216.......... 0191.......... 0019 Panama.................. 0381.... 1927............... 0552..... 0609................ 0218........... 0552... 0084........ 0631.. 0505........ 0039... 0374........ 1920. 0579 Nicam .... 0037 National ........ 0548 Mediator ........ 0003.............. 0001.............. 0351 Philips .. 0216............ 0178..... 0247.. 0512.... 0337 Nesco ........ 0535..... 1946..... 1912...... 0361. 0178.............. 0012 Medion .. 1924........... 0037................. 0178............. 0039. 0166... 0032. 0358..... 0009. 0087 MEI . 0414..... 0250.. 0294............. 0032 Questa ........ 0328 Myryad .... 0320................ 1919..... 0037........ 1924..... 0056...... 0055 Quelle..... 0036........ 0056. 1926..... 0009.... 0178.... 0003. 0102. 1900 Osume . 0650...... 0145. 0109... 0027.... 0205 R-Line . 0354....... 0290...... 0644............ 0056. 0218....... 0019.... 0473.... 0019 Prandoni-Prince .. 0668... 0186.... 1904.......... 0264 Proton .... 0003 Nordmende.. 0185 Noshi ........ 0178....... 0135 Minerva... 0072. 0191.. 0217........... 0198................ 0087............... 0552.. 0039... 0516 Neckermann ... 0544.... 1905.. 0037. 0650.... 0039 Rank Arena . 0019...... 0250.................................. 0093.

.................... 0052............ 1193..... 1949. 0019 Scotch ................ 0498.. 0038......... 0056... 1137............................. 0336............. 0179 Tai Yi........................ 0320 Technics ......... 1010.... 0039 Shogun .. 0010 Samsung . 0351.. 0056................ 0171. 0087........... 0418 Teletech.. 0218 Stern .............. 1437................... 0178........ 0009........................ 0354 Siemens ........... 0552.. 0264.. 0163........ 0165 Rediffusion ........... 0163 A-8 Teknika . 0157........ 0264....... 0516.... 0009 Sowa...... 0037 Skysonic .................. 0036.... 1929......... 0146... 0056.... 0451. 0554 Rhapsody . 0548.............. 0706... 0235...... 0363. 0187.. 0163... 0037. 0198 Sheng Chia ................ 0217. 0418.... 0356 Samsux ....... 0516......... 1904... 0178....... 0428........ 0056 Supreme ......... 1904..... 1919 Realistic...... 0363... 0178........... 1037.. 0009 Sansui..... 0003 Squareview ..... 0039.. 0037 Spectricon ............. 0163 Sanyo .... 0208.. 0505... 1926............. 0135. 1917..... 0056..... 0516.............. 0177...... 0294 Sears...... 0587. 0036....... 0037.. 0072................ 0019..... 0217....... 0218...... 0072... 0610 Siarem............... 0216... 0650 Technol Ace ........ 0217. 0020............ 0294............ 1925. 1917............. 0653..... 0036...... 0696 Skyworth... 0102 Susumu...... 1904 ............. 0351 Reoc ... 0087.............................. 0087 Sinudyne....... 0186.... 0264...... 0039....... 0196........................ 0186.............. 0178.. 0516... 0290. 0009... 0177. 0655.... 0019 Standard ...... 0335.............. 0096........ 0411. 0000 Sylvania. 0037..... 0036........ 0247................................. 0018.... 0177........ 0363 Schaub Lorenz . 0037... 0218 Thomas ........ 0171.................Device Codes TV device codes RCA ................................ 0193.... 0171................. 0087.......... 0179 Teleavia ......... 0037 Rex . 0250...... 0163 Sandra.......... 0201................................ 0102 Saisho .......... 0093........ 0535... 1922... 0093.................. 0349.. 0206.... 0218...... 0216............... 0019........... 0264. 0294. 0003 Teco ..... 0451 Sonoko ..... 0386... 0356.... 0244..... 0335....... 0217............. 0019 Signature ... 0003............ 0178...... 0412. 0186 Singer . 0011. 0294... 0361. 0455............... 0036. 0256 Rowa ........ 0544........ 0102 Sampo.......... 0171.... 0651........... 0552 Technema................ 0009 Tandy .. 0343... 0205. 0217..... 0037....... 0163 Sambers ........ 0009.......... 0361 Schneider .. 0009. 0037. 1907.................. 0036.. 0019... 0218....................................... 0216 SKY..... 0009. 0238 Shorai ........... 0516.. 0179 Telemeister................ 0104............... 0371.......... 0618.......... 0009........... 0074........ 0625....... 0179...... 0146..... 0036............. 0109. 0206............. 0159.. 0327. 0157.. 0032....... 0355........ 0033. 1913 Synco............... 0037..... 0259... 0003...... 0010.. 0264......................... 0011............. 0650. 0109... 0259 Sentra .. 0339..... 0016 Silver ... 0055................ 0218 Sharp . 0200. 0036.......... 0247....... 1904 Sonolor ...... 0035 Roadstar.......................................... 0712....... 0036................. 0016. 0012... 0080..... 1907..... 0282. 0072 Sony.... 1909........ 0165..... 0359....... 0668 Supre-Macy .............. 0205 Telefunken....... 0045......... 0650.... 0000................... 0056.............. 0009..... 0191................ 0218 Seleco.. 0186..... 1903..... 0087 Sunkai .. 0249.............. 0414. 0208 Supra ........ 0037. 0009... 1904..... 1904 SuperTech... 0280. 0163.... 0093............... 0370. 0039 Tashiko...... 0195........ 0217....... 0163... 0262. 0320 Tera ....... 0087... 0321... 0343....... 0668... 0235.... 0036 Sysline...... 0159............... 0032..... 0179 Techwood .............. 0093.. 0712...... 0328.......... 0178....... 0668 Tec . 0046 SEI ..... 0171 SSS.. 0037 Sonitron ............ 0544.... 0101............... 0349.... 0056.. 0650 Tatung ... 0226 Teleton ... 0218.................... 0057.......... 0264............ 0111............ 0466 Texet ... 0359. 1931 Symphonic...... 0009... 1944... 0157..... 0706............ 0179........ 0039 Solavox ................... 0043.......... 0698 Shen Ying ..... 0343... 0037 T + A ..... 0036 Teac.. 0178.... 0294 Sagem .. 0011............ 0032....... 0700... 0381... 0556 Skantic.. 0185 Device Codes Scott ... 0036 Simpson. 0381.. 0320 Soundwave. 0418..... 0039...... 0644..... 0032.. 0178........ 0544. 0033..... 0544.................................. 0000............ 0013 Scimitsu. 0000...... 1651 SBR ... 0544. 0280 Sansei........... 0394........ 0208...... 0010.... 0217.. 0033 Saccs ......... 0043 Soundesign. 0013... 1911... 0206... 0650.. 0178. 0178 Sontec .. 1932............. 0009..... 0179....... 0447 Tacico............ 0084. 1948......... 0179 Salora . 0093........ 0361.. 0211........................ 0206. 0259 RFT . 0216 SEG . 0009 Saba ..... 0178....... 0178......... 1913....................... 0039... 1505...... 0093... 0032........ 0303. 0698.. 0102. 0306........... 0194...... 0217.... 0471 Tensai........ 1093. 0714 Revox ........................... 0516............................. 0019... 0179..... 0019... 0264...

. 0432 Tuntex .......................... 0020... 0037. 0016...................... 0087........ 0019........ 0650............... 0718.. 0080 Thorn-Ferguson....... 0227. 0264.. 0045..................... 0037......... 0003 Trical . 0072 Alba ...... 0315... 1479 ESC.......... 0186....................... 0000...... 0072 Anitech ... 0045... 0278... 0346..................................... 0698 Ultravox ..... 0209 Beaumark ......... 0000 Anam National.. 0166 Decca... 0106 Akiba ..... 0027.......................... 0193 Uher .... 0370... 0036...... 0105........................ 0060.............. 0209.......... 0072........ 0320 Victor .... 0019 Zanussi ............................... 0037 Vidtech..... 0278............. 0351 Universal ...... 0499 Craig ........ 0020 American High..................... 0217 Yoko ............. 0278 Blaupunkt .................................... 0178....... 0381 Tosonic .... 1901........ 0035. 0104......... 1904... 0278.. 0000 Bell & Howell............................... 0037 Electrophonic.... 0499........... 0041............... 0035.... 0072............... 0072 Cineral ......................... 1909.... 0037........ 0321.. 0162. 0687... 0217 Ultra . 0037. 0020 Anam .............. 1972 Brandt ................... 0020. 0035 America Action ... 0104.............. 0162. 0192 Wards................... 0178. 0192......... 0184........... 1972 Basic Line ..... 0712............................ 0479.... 0072 Daytron ...... 1562 Cimline. 0356...... 0454.. 0243................. 0320 Cyrus.............. 0042 Dual.................... 0516.... 0479 Akai ......... 1479 Bush ...... 0618. 0653 Watt Radio ..... 0087.. 0042....... 0072....... 0209............... 0036 Yamaha .. 1278 Asha .............. 0035.. 0037 Ambassador ................................... 0072 Audiovox ............................... 0642........... 0048......... 0209................... 0111. 0216........................ 0020 Bang & Olufsen .... 0293........ 0348....... 0343... 1508.... 0278 A-9 Device Codes VCR device codes ................... 0034.......... 0104 Curtis Mathes....... 0293 Alienware... 0492........................ 0037................... 0121...................................... 0104 Dynatech..................... 0081 Brandt Electronic .... 1278............. 0179.... 0363... 0056 Tomashi . 1278 Broksonic.. 0320 Zonda........................... 0020 Crown .... 0021.......... 0535. 0349... 0399. 0020 Cybernex .... 0081... 0047........ 0544.. 0035............ 0000 Catron .. 0352 Baird .. 0278... 0041 Condor............... 0177 Visorex .. 0046 Zenith ...... 0206........ 0198..... 0020 De Graaf............. 0552..................... 0000...... 0243. 0185 Totevision .............. 0081 Amstrad... 0217... 0037...... 0205....... 0037....... 0032 Emerson...... 0109........................... 0000.............. 0278.......... 0081.............. 0104.......... 0240.. 0000 Elbe........ 0560.......... 0027 Universum.. 1935....... 0037. 0002.... 1972 Calix...... 0303............ 0165.... 0039 Towada .................... 0278 Combitech .... 0072 Electrohome................. 0072.... 0074.. 0157 ABS .............. 0421.............................. 0163 Thorn .. 0162.......................... 0072 Dansai ...... 0178.. 0508.................. 0250 Videotechnic ............ 0036....... 0315. 0278 ASA ........... 1909.. 0240 Clatronic .......... 0250......................................... 1945... 0650........ 0184.. 0162... 0535.............. 0278... 1911 Vision ........ 0278 Capehart ...... 0240 CyberPower ..... 1929........... 0637..................... 0240 Adventura ....... 0209.......... 0226..... 0278.. 0041............. 0020 Admiral ....... 0226 CCE .............. 0121... 0053... 0178........ 0320 Vestel ........ 0081 Citizen... 0479.............................. 0084........................ 0020 Canon .......... 0036................. 0016.................................. 0038 Elcatech .............. 0206 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Interfunk . 0000.... 0000..................... 1562 Noblex.................. 0347........ 0226 Funai................ 0035................. 0240...... 0020 Grandin.............................................. 0637.................. 0348.... 1662 Pathe Marconi.. 0040 GE ....................... 0618...... 0352 Harman/Kardon.................. 0067...................................... 1035............................... 0037................ 0104 Magnavox ............................... 0035.. 0321. 0240..... 0038... 0072 iBUYPOWER .... 0454 MGA.... 0035. 0479.... 0035.. 0045.. 0184....... 0347................ 0035.. 0045.. 0081... 1972 Gradiente.... 0002........ 0081 Fuji.... 0320... 0162.......................... 0048........................ 0225. 0037..... 0081.............. 1972 Medion............ 0240............................................ 0037... 0000 ITV....... 0067. 0048 Firstline.... 0041...... 0072 Metz... 0038.................................. 0033 Kenwood ............... 0240..... 0195...................................... 0042 Hypson . 0035.... 0226 Philips ................................. 0209... 1035................ 0000 Matsui . 0000.. 0062..... 0348........................... 0081 LG ... 0062... 1972 Korpel .. 0060..... 0000......... 0037. 0004 Nokia.... 0162..... 0348. 1781 Olympus........ 0035.............. 0037...................................... 0081 Nesco........... 0004..... 0227............. 0227................ 0240..... 0081... 0038.......... 0278 Finlandia ........ 0226................ 0037 Harley Davidson ......................... 0047 Hinari ......... 0240. 0000 Multitech ....... 0045................ 1237........ 0037..... 0035........ 0209........... 0043................................ 0836.................... 0227..... 0432 Device Codes KEC. 0037 Lloyd’s ... 0106 Minolta .. 0034 Manesth............ 0045... 0041........................................ 0121... 0240 Logik ................................. 0045.. 0104. 0384..... 0384 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