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Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience. GoExcellent conditionA pair of cherished HiFi speakers, producing excellent quality sound, in very good condition. Specification. Type: 2 way, 2 driver loudspeaker system. Frequency Response: 60Hz to 20kHz. Recommended Amplifier: 25 toStill like new and hardly used.In good working order. Slightly scratched and old but works well and has all the parts available with remote as well.In fantastic condition and fully working. Excellent stylus and cartridge. Complete with power lead and interconnects. Please call if interested sorry gets loads oCondition is good Used including the lid. Plays excellent and is sort after vintage deck Please call if you have any questionsComes with mains cable and handle. Excellent condition and hardly used. Located and collection from Derby.Reluctantly selling my very well looked after HiFi amplifier. It's in pristine condition and produces a great sound. Inputs: CD, tuner, tape, aux1, aux2. Controls: volume, treble, bass,An internal folded horn design efficiently increases acoustic pressure by pushing energy through an amplifying duct. The result isLimited is a credit broker, not a lender. Introductions are limited to motorLondon Place, London, SE1 2AF, UK. VAT No. 345 7692 64. Page 3 Important Safety Instructions. Refer all servicing to qualified service person-. Page 4: Before you begin Important Safety Instructions. EnglishBefore you begin. This complete audio home enter-. Page 7 Setting UpSave all packing materials for possible future use. ThePage 10 Setting UpPage 13 Setting UpPage 14 Setting UpPage 15 Setting UpPage 16: Attach the wire cover Setting Up. Figure 12 LaserdiscPage 17: Turn on the music center Setting UpPage 18: The system controls Setting Up. Connect the antennasThe music center displayListening to your Lifestyle 12 systemListening to a CDChanging the house code settingsTroubleshooting.http://asthmaathletics.com/uploads/file/bosch-ts3000-manual.xml

Problem What to doCleaning the Lifestyle 12 systemPage 31 Product InformationFramingham, MA 01701-9168 USA. JN97870 PN191409 Rev.01 AM191409 Rev.01. Please use the box above to search for any other information.December 20, 2001Performing a Sound Test will either confirm or eliminate the. Using the online preview, you can quickly view the contents and go to the page where you will find the solution to your problem with Bose Lifestyle Surround Sound Speaker System. To start viewing the user manual Bose Lifestyle Surround Sound Speaker System on full screen, use the button Fullscreen. However, if you do not want to take up too much of your disk space, you can always download it in the future from ManualsBase. The option to print the manual has also been provided, and you can use it by clicking the link above - Print the manual. You do not have to print the entire manual Bose Lifestyle Surround Sound Speaker System but the selected pages only. paper. If you want to quickly view the content of pages found on the following pages of the manual, you can use them. Do not install external antennas Antenna lead in wire near overSave all packing materials for possible future use. The original packing materials provide the safest way to tranUse the adapter plug provided when appropriate.An empty box appears for each connected room when you press the HOUSE button. Turning on different sources in more than one room Let’s say you have a two-room system (rooms A and B) and the entire system is off. To turn on a different source in each room: 1. Wake up the touchscreen. 2. Press the ROOM button until the room indicator is displaTo increase volume, turn the control clockwise. To decrease volume, turn the control counterclockwise. The following suggestions are provided to help y. Save all packing materials for possible futur e use. The original packing materials pr ovide the safest way to transport your speaker system.http://dbmotorbrokers.com/userfiles/bosch-ts3000-table-saw-manual.xml

If any part of the product appears damaged, do not attempt to use the system. Notify Bose or your authorized Bose dealer immediately. Vibration can cause the speakers to move, particularly on smooth sur faces like marble, glass, or highly polished wood. For additional stability, you can add rubber feet to your speakers. Y ou may obtain rubber feet (PN 178321-04) fr ee of charge from Bose. Contact Bose customer service for more information. Y ou can put these compact speakers in just about any room and location, such as a bookcase, desk, or in your kitchen. Be sure to place them close to an AC power (mains) outlet. T o avoid interfer ence with your TV picture, allow at least 9 inches (23 cm) of clearance between the speakers and the TV screen. Optional Bose ceiling and wall-mount brackets of fer even greater placement flexibility. See page 15 for details. Note: If you put the speakers in a bookcase unit, be sure to place each one at the fr ont edge of the shelf. Placing speakers in an enclosed space can change the tonal quality of the sound. This effect is minimized if the shelves ar e filled with books.U kunt hieronder aangeven waarom deze vraag ongepast is. Wij controleren de vraag en zonodig wordt deze verwijderd. E-mailadressen en volledige namen worden niet als privegegevens beschouwd. Wij vragen u dus ook te reageren op een antwoord. Laat uw emailadres achter op deze site, zodat u op de hoogte blijft. U krijgt dan ook andere vragen en antwoorden te zien. De handleiding is 1,12 mb groot. Als u geen email heeft ontvangen, dan heeft u waarschijnlijk een verkeerd emailadres ingevuld of is uw mailbox te vol. Daarnaast kan het zijn dat uw internetprovider een maximum heeft aan de grootte per email. Omdat hier een handleiding wordt meegestuurd, kan het voorkomen dat de email groter is dan toegestaan bij uw provider. Controleer uw email Vul dan hier uw emailadres in. Super high amount of views. 0 sold, 1 available. More Super high amount of views. 0 sold, 1 available.

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Do not changeImportant Safety Instruct onsNo 70 provides information with respect to properRefer to the antennaLine Sum: —To prevent damage to this productA. the power supply cord or the plug has beenB. obiects have fallen or Iidwd has spilled into theO. the product has been exposed to rain or water, or. B. the product does not appear to operate normally orE. the product has been dropped or the cabinetAfter any service orBe sure that any replacement pans used have the sameAntenna grounding. Example of antenna grounding as per National Electrical. Lead ln Wrre. Antenna. Discharge Um! WEC smmn m an. Gluundlnn. CnnductursElectric. Servrce. E?uleEnlElectrode SystemNote to CATV system installer. This reminder ls provided Io call the CATV system installersThe Mountm. remit-gnaw motrowrss USA. Information about productsthatPart 15 oi the FCC Rules These llmllS are designed to provtdeInstallation ll this equipment does cause harmlul interferenceOwner’s GuideH??valuation Owner’s GUideThe lightning ilash With arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alertThe exclamation point within an equilateral triangle, as marked on the system, is intended toA CAUTION: To prevent electric shock, match Wide blade of plug to Wide slot.Class 1 laser product. This compact disc player is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER product. The. CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT label is located on Ihe bariumClass B emissions limits. This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian InterferenceCausing. 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 page enclosed with thisPlease read this owner’s guide. Please take the time to follow this owner's guide carefully. It will help you set up and operateSave your owner's guide forLifestyle' 50 system. Where to find. Setting Up. Before you begin.

Unpacking the carton. Connecting your system. Connecting your home theater components to the Lifestyle' system. Other connections. Connecting the antennas. Connecting power to your system. Setting up the personal music cente. Operating Your Lifestyle’ 50 System. The personal music center display. Listening to the radio. Listening to compact discs. Listening to home theater sound. Using the system with external components. Operating a Multi-room System. Connecting additional rooms. Operating more than one room. Cleaning the Litestyle' 50 system. Replacing batteries. Using the personal music center “f d me” feature. Troubleshooting. Warranty period. Customer service. Product lntonnation. Technical information. AccessoriesBose“ Corporation. For your records. Serial numbers are located on the bottom panels of the personal music center, multi-roomPersonal music center serial number. Multi-room interlaoe serial number. CD changer serial number. Acoustirnass module serial number. Dealer name. We suggest you keep your sales slip and warranty card together with this owner's guide. Lilestyle'SOsysren-i 3. Thank you for purchasing the Bose' Lifestyle“ 50 system. Years of research bring you thisTechnological innovations that make the Lilestyle' 50 system uniqueThe personal music center is a clear departure from convention - it has no cables. Since theBose Jewel Cube' speakers are also far from the conventional. Proprietary Bose technologiesThe other elements of the Lifestyle' 50 system are designed to be hidden from view:DVD, digital TV. next-generation cable boxes and satellite receivers. For all analog formats. asYour Litestyle' 50 system Is. DVD, digital TV, and digital cable boxes and satellite receivers. VCRs. stereo TVs, cable boxes and satellite receivers.

Videostage decoding directs stereo information to the surround channels, so the sound ofVideostage decoding delivers live great-sounding channels, even when the originalThese, and numerous other innovations, bring you the Litestyte' 50 system, offering superbPlease take the time to follow this ownefs guide carefully. It will help you set up and operate. Save your owner’s guide forDolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. LlIestyfe' so system. Unpacking the cartonWhat comes with your. Lifestyle“ 50 system:Carelully unpack your system. Save all packing materials for possible future use. TheNote: Find the serial numbers on the bottom panels of the personal musrc center, multi-Then wrrte them on your warrantyWARNING: The Acausllmass module weighs 33 pounds ( 15 kg). Use good lilting. WARNING: To avoid danger of suffocation, keep the plastic bags out 0! the reach ofPersonal mus'c oentor. Rubber feel (4). Aoouslirnass module. Rubber leet a” Figure 24. Selecting a station to store. Figure 25. Alter storing a station asYou can use the PRESETS MENU to set presets. PRESETS Is only available in the MENU listPress the MENU button until PRESETS is displayed. It a number is ?ashing in the PRESEI' display (indicating that this station has not been preset),Or, select a different stationSelect the statlon you went to preset. ThenUsing the PRESEI'S MENU allows you to do additional preset management, making it easierAny station can be assigned to more than one preset number. Or, you can reserve different number groups for different types of stations. For easy refer-Eraslng a preset station. To erase a preset station.Select the frequency or preset numberIn addition. to erase a preset statlon In locations 1 through 9, you can use quick-store fromNote: When all 25 FM or 25 AM preset locations are filled, and you hold down the areaOperating Your. Figure 26. Loading and ejecting a CD. Figure 27. Loading and unloading the CDUsing the CD changer.

You can load up to six compact discs at a time. Loading discs into the CD magazine. Hold the magazine, looking at the side with the arrow. Insert up to six discs, label side upNote the slot numbers 1 through 6,CAUTION: Do not insert more than one also into any slot Forcing two discs into one slotCD changer. Note: If a disc is upside-down, it does notplay The display ?ashes the disc number. Eiecting discs from the CD magazine. Press the white lever that corresponds to the disc you want to eject. This ejects the disc farLoading the CD magazine into the CD changer. Open the CD changer door. Insert the CD magazine fully into the CD changer, following theEiseting the CD magazine from the CD changer. Press the EJECT button, at the lower left of the magazine slot, to remove the magazineEject button. Lilos'tyie'Sasystem 25. Operating Your Lilestyl. Figure 28. The CD displayTurning the system on and choosing the CD player. Press the CD button to turn the system on and select the CD player.CD appears in the source display area. It a CDThe CD display provides information In three main areas, each with left and right arrowPause a CD PAUSE II (and II ?ashes). Pause changes to stop after 10 minutes. Unpause a CD PAUSE ll, PLAY b, STOP I, CD, or OFF. Stop a CD STOP I. After pressing STOP I, the display briefly shows the total time.Go to next track TRACK display - right arrow button. Skipping to the next track wraps from the last track back to the ?rst of the current disc. You can skip tracks while paused. Go to beginning of current track TRACK display - left arrow button. Go to previous track TRACK display - left arrow button twice. In RANDOM mode, skips to previous track played. Skipping back from the ?rst trackPlay another disc DISC display - left or right arrow button. In PLAY mode, selects the next or previous disc; in RANDOM mode, randomly selectsScanning up or down stops at the ends at the disc. You can scan a CD while paused.

Note: To prevent excessive wear on the CD mechanism, unattended CD play or randomTo leave music playing unattended for longerThe personal music center display provides the following information about the CD changerLilestyle' so system. To prevent a track lrom playing, press the OMIT TRACK button. The track is skipped and isIncluding omitted tracks. Omitted tracks are indicated by OMITTED next to the right TRACK arrow.OMITTED lc INCLUDED.Display showmg an omittedTrack 8 is Use to cancel. OMllTED OMUTEDDisplay showing omitted (lack I: DOmit hack 8Limryis' 50 system 27. Using the CD OPTIONS MENU. Press the MENU button until CD OPTIONS ls displayed.CD options screen while CD is up,EH 8 Wms a “aCD programming repeat options. Random and Nepal modes. Repeat modes allow you to play CDs for 24 hours or until you select STOP I or OFE Press. DONE to accept your settlngs.By selecting CD LIST ?rst the following random and repeat options play your programmed. CD list the same way they play a disc:J” Note. If you select random and repeat modes that cannot be combined (REPEAT TRACKOpera ng Your Lifestyle“ 50 System. CD ProgrammingVou can edit a CDIn the CD OPTIONS MENU (Figure 31), press EDlT CD LIST to begin creating your CD play. Iisl. Flynn 32. Beginning CD programmingReady for ?rst To addThe track and disc numbersFigure 33. CLEAR and CLEAR LIST ageRepeat selecting disc and track numbersThe display offers dashes for the trackLflesryfe'SO system 29. Opera 9 Your Lifestyle 50 System. Figure 34. Ready to play CD LISTThe item number begins ?ashingPLAY list play. Press the CD LIST button to play your CD list.CD), it is skipped while the list plays.To erase the entire list, press the CLEAR LIST button in the CD OPTIONS MENU, and con?rmLifestyta' 50 system. Listening to home theater soundBuilt-In Dolby Digital (AC-3) decoding deliversDialogue remains locked on-soreen.Listening to digital sound. Turning the digitli audio source on. Turn on the DVD player, digital TV.

Be sure to load the DVD discTurning the system on and choosing digital sound. Press AUX on the personal music center to turn your system on to play digital sound. Seiocting listening material. To select material with compatible digital-audio bllstreams, look for the terms POM or Dolby. Digital, or the symbols m?l or. on DVD-Video discs. Your Lifestyle“ 50 system cannot. To select surround-encoded analog or digital audio material, look for the terms Surround or. Ing a TV broadcast. You can listen to any program material in SURROUND (5-speaker) mode, although you maySome monaural and stereo matenals willEven with surround-encodedOperating Your Lifestyle 50 System. Speaker DpIions and center andFigure 35. VIDEO 1 wilh FILM BASSPress the MENU button until SPEAKERS Is displayed. The SPEAKERS MENU allows you toSelectlny number a! speaker:Adjusting center and surround levels. The center and surround adjustments are remembered for the room in which they were used. The levels are factory-preset at zero. Use the arrow buttons to adjust the levels.Using film bass for movie soundtracks. While uslng AUX, VIDEO 1, VIDEO 2, and TAPE, you can select ?lm bass, an enhanced bassPress FlLM BASS to turnYou can turn it on forOperating Your Lifestyle“ 50 System. Figure 37. The RECORD OUT MENUFollow the instmctions on page 15 for connecting components. Turn on your component directly or by using its remote control. Use VOLUME A or V on yourNote: The Lifestyle' 50 system cannot tum a connected component on or off. Turning the system on and selecting the component. Press VIDEO 1, VIDEO 2, AUX, or TAPE on your personal muslc center to select the desiredThe appropriate display indicator appears when the system is on and the component isUsing a tape recorder with your system. To record on a connected tape deck, use the MENU button to select RECORD OUT. You canThe signal of the selected source ls directed to the. RECORD OUT lacks even it you are not listenan to that source thIe recording.

The selected source ls displayed In place of the dashes.The dashes reappear:It selected for. RECORD OUT, the CD player shuts oft after 24 hours. RECORD OUT is shown on the dlsplay when a source to which you are listening is alsoS mu mmw. Note: If you do not use the RECORD OUT option from the MENU, the source playing is. In a mum-room system, the source in the lowest con-When you are ready, set the tape deck to record. Utsstyla'i? syslsm 33. Fine-tuning your system. Figure 38. Bass and treble controlsIf desired, you can further fine-tune your system as described here. Adjusting speaker controls. The Lifestyle' 50 system TREBLE and BASS controls are located on the Acoustimass'You can also locate the normal setting by feeling when the control settles into the notch atCompensating for room acoustics. The acoustics (sound qualities) of your room can affect the overall sound quality of anyToo much or too little treble. Rooms with too few sound-absorbing furnishings, especially those with bare floors and walls,Rooms with a lot of sound-absorbing furnishings, such as upholstered furniture, wall-to-wallMoving speakersYou can increase treble sound by slightly. Too much or too little bass. You can decrease bass sound by turning down the bass control (toward —). To increase bass. Acoustimass module placement affects the amount of bass you hear. Placing the moduleMoving the module away from the comerCompensating for movie soundtracks. When a movie soundtrack Is played In a motion picture theater, its basis restored to the fullTo perform the same way in your home, your. AUX, or TAPE modes, use the FILM BASS button to select between standard and ?lmLifestyle' so system. Operating Your Lifestyle 50 System. Adjusting signal levels. This setting allows you to adjust and equalize the signal level of sourcu that are not built—inPress the MENU button until SIGNAL LEVELS Is displayed.You can watch itAfter listening to theFigure 39.

Signal levels options while inYou can adjust the contrast on the touchscreen. Hold down the SOURCE button for ?vePress the lower arrows to select the contrast levelFiguru 40. LCD contrast adjustmentAdjustlng the personal music center beep. You can adjust the sound made by the touchscreen to acknowledge a button press. HoldUse the upperUse the arrow buttons to select between Lo, HI,Flgure 41. Beep adjustment displayConnecting additional rooms. Follow the placement guidelines for the Bose' powered speakers that you plan to connect. Then review your plan for how to connect these speakers to the mutti-room interface In yourA CAUTION: Make sure all components are unplugged from the power outlet before youConnect the audio input cable from your additional powered speakers to the selected ROOMROOM 8. c, or D on the back of the Interface.J” Note: Be sure that each connector is inserted completely into each jack.HOOMjacks on the mum-roomRoom A, B, C. and D jacks. JN Note.- If you connect Bose powered home theater speakers, the system automatically offersPress the FILM BASS button to turn. It on or all, FILM BASS is on when you select VIDEO I or 2 orAUX. Since SPEAKER options and FILM BASS do not apply for stereo use, these controls are notOperating a Mum-Room L eslyle“ 50 System. Your Ulestyle' 50 system is able to control up to four rooms of speakers. These rooms areWhen you have two or more rooms connected, you can play the same or different sources inShared source: When two or more rooms are listening to the same source, they are sharingLinked rooms: When two or more rooms are linked, they function as if they were one room. ifKeep In mind that there are limits to using different sources In different rooms. With one tuner,Similany, with one CD player, theUsing the ROOM button. Use the ROOM button to select one or more rooms to control.

The displayUse the following examples of four-room systems to understand the sequence of ROOMExample 1: Room A - FM on, Rooms 5 and c - CD on, Room B - off. Button press Display shows. Starting illExampleZ:RoomsA andc- FMon, HumtBandD- cDon. Starting CLllestyfe' so system 37. Operating a Multi-Room Lifestyle 50 System. Using the HOUSE button. Use the HOUSE button to control all connected rooms together. Press HOUSE to see emptyEigun 43. Pressmg the HOUSE button withFigure 44. Pressing the HOUSE button and. FM in Iourvoom system. J” More: Press the HOUSE button before each different command to apply that command to allThe only MENU items avallable while in HOUSE mode are CLEAN SCREEN and CD 0?-. TIONS (CD programming). Pressing HOUSE and a source turns all rooms on in this source. The display ?lls the emptyPressing HOUSE and VOLUME changes the volume oi all rooms that are on. When youThe system adiusts thePressing HOUSE and MUTE mutes all rooms that were on.Any rooms that wereThe individual roomsPressing HOUSE and SLEEP applies the SLEEP mode to all rooms that were on. Pressing HOUSE displays empty boxes for all connected rooms. Pressing SLEEP shows allThe SLEEP tlme selected applies to all the rooms that were on even if they were playingYou can accept this time or Change It for all the rooms. SLEEP, CLEAR, and DONE. Note: You can set different sleep times for individual rooms by using the ROOM button toRegardless of how many rooms are on.Canceling HOUSE mode. If you do not press any additional buttons after pressing HOUSE, presslng HOUSE againUnlinklng room. After you have linked the rooms using the HOUSE button or by selecting the group of roomsThis room is now removed from the linked group.