Bose Lifestyle 28 Series II NIB
Bose Lifestyle Series II Home Theater System: New In Box , Speakers are white in color. (blends in with you white walls). I received this system as a gift and I don't need it.FeaturesMedia Center: The media center includes an integrated DVD player and AM/FM tuner and provides access to more of today's most popular audio and video content, including CDs, CD-R/RWs, DVDs, DVD-R/RWs, Video CDs, and MP3 CDs. It incorporates advanced radio frequency (RF), infrared (IR) and TV power sensing, and works with the universal radio frequency remote for control integration.Acoustimass Module: Innovative technology within the improved Acoustimass module in the Lifestyle 28 Series II system combines to deliver the clarity of pure bass reproduction down to the lowest frequencies, even at the loudest levels. The design allows prodigious airflow at the lowest bass frequencies, working to recreate bass so natural and pure, its source is almost impossible to localize.Direct/Reflecting Cube Speaker Arrays: These cube speaker arrays can be swiveled, allowing you to reflect sound off the walls as well as project it directly into the room. The result is full, spacious sound throughout the room, not just in 1 small "sweet spot."Surround Sound Decoding: The Media Center has built-in Dolby Digital and DTS decoders. For analog sources, Bose's Videostage five decoding circuitry (see below) is included.Videostage five Decoding Circuitry: While digital 5.1 decoding takes the home theater experience to a new level, you can enjoy it only from properly encoded materials like DVDs, digital satellite broadcasts and HDTV. Unlike conventional digital systems, the Bose Videostage five decoding circuitry gives you a five-channel surround sound experience from everything you listen to, including VHS tapes, stereo CDs, even mono TV programs.Bose Link: Using optional Bose components, you can enjoy the same source at the same time in 2 different rooms, or 2 different sources at the same time in 2 different rooms. The optional Bose link A cable is used to connect the system to a Bose SA-2 or SA-3 amplifier. The optional Bose link B cable allows you to connect a Bose 3-2-1 Series II system or a Bose Wave radio/CD II.On-Screen Settings Menu: The on-screen settings menu allows for simple and efficient system control.Audio Settings: You can adjust the following audio settings:Movie EQ: automatically sets bass and treble compensation for the proper playback of movie sound tracksRange Compression: range compression automatically adjusts the volume to allow you to hear soft sounds and to prevent you from being overwhelmed by a loud special effect, such as an explosionMono Decoding: automatically engages Bose Videostage decoding when a Dolby Digital bitstream indicates that it contains a mono programCenter Channel: focuses or softens the presentation of center-channel soundSurround: allows you to adjust the level of the surround speakersMP3 Playback: This system can play MP3 files recorded on CD-R and CD-RW discs using the ISO 9660 format.Multi-Angle Display: This function allows you to choose the viewing angle of scenes that were shot from a number of different angles.Note: This function is limited to DVDs recorded with multiple camera angles.Station Presets: The built-in tuner allows you to store up to twenty AM and twenty FM stations. Once a station is stored in memory, you can select it using the remote control or the on-screen settings menu.Parental Control: This system allows you to set playback restrictions for DVDs using Parental Control. Parental Control allows you to restrict playback according to a predetermined level. You can select a Parental Control rating from 0-8, which is protected by a 4-digit password.Sleep Timer: The sleep timer turns the system off after a set period of time. You can adjust the sleep timer from ten to 90 minutes in 10-minute increments.Display Brightness: The display on the Media Center can be adjusted to 1 of seven brightness levels.House Code Settings: Each Lifestyle remote uses a system of matching house codes to communicate with its corresponding Media Center. If commands given from your remote ever conflict with those of another nearby Lifestyle system, you can easily set a new house code for your system.Selectable Video Format: The system can output video in NTSC or PAL format.Changing the Video Output for Component Video Connections: If your TV or video monitor is capable of component video input signals, and you have connected your TV to your system using the component video adapter (included), you must change the video output setting in the video menu. This will enable the media center to output a component video signal through the S-video and composite video jacks.Progressive Scan Output: Progressive-scan video has less flicker and fewer motion artifacts than the traditional interlaced-scanning method, resulting in a superior picture. To take advantage of this feature, you must have a tv with component video inputs that supports the progressive scanning mode. The component outputs on this unit can be set to pass either progressive or interlaced video.ADAPTiQ Audio Calibration SystemProduct Overview: The Bose ADAPTiQ Audio Calibration System customizes the Lifestyle system to the size and shape of the room and the position of the listeners/viewers in the room. It contains a special headset that contains microphones instead of speakers and 2 audio calibration discs. Once the Lifestyle system has been properly connected, it will take about twenty minutes to complete the process. The calibration process consists of generating and analyzing sounds through the Lifestyle system, then allowing the software to self-adjust the system's parameters to give you optimum performance for your room and approximate seating positions.Headset: The special headset supplied with the ADAPTiQ system has no speakers, but special microphones designed to be worn above the ears. It enables you to take acoustic measurements in your room during the custom equalization process. The headset has an adjustable headband (7.5"-9.5") and a 30' cord terminating in a pair of stereo male RCA plugs. These plug into the left and right AUXILIARY input on the rear panel of the Lifestyle system.Setup Discs: The ADAPTiQ system contains 2 setup discs. Disc one verifies that your system's speakers are connected correctly and ensures complete performance from your Lifestyle system. Disc two leads you through the audio calibration process, which tailors the sound of your Lifestyle system for the acoustics of your listening area.Future Applications: Moving your Lifestyle 28 Series II system to another room, or significantly changing the arrangement of the existing room (relocate seating, furniture, speakers or the Acoustimass module) will change the acoustic environment of the listening area. When that occurs, you can repeat the process to customize the system for the new environment.Remote ControlMultibrand RF Remote: The remote is pre-programmed to control this system and certain functions on other brands of TVs, VCRs, and cable/satellite receivers. In addition, the remote emits a powerful RF (radio frequency) signal, allowing you to operate your system from another room.Control Integration: The Media Center and universal radio frequency (RF) remote combine to provide complete system control. A radio frequency receiver is built into the Media Center for exclusive communication with the Bose remote. The infrared (IR) control system includes an infrared receiver and an infrared transmitter, allowing the Media Center to retransmit operating commands from the radio frequency Bose remote to the infrared-based video components, such as a TV or cable box.
November 28 2018 on American Listed