Bose FreeSpace 8 Operating instructions

Bose® FreeSpace® System Controller
Installer’s Guide
Installationsvejledning
Installateur-Anleitung
Guía de Instalación
Notice d’installation
Guida all’installazione
Handleiding voor de installateur
Monteringsanvisninga
May 7, 2002
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Bose Corporation
TM
1.0 Safety Information
English
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this system to rain or moisture.
CAUTION
To reduce the risk of electrical shock, do not remove the cover of the FreeSpace® system
controller (Model 8/32). There are no user-serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to
qualified personnel. The CAUTION marks described here appear on the top of the
controller.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, alerts
the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the system
enclosure. This voltage may be sufficient to constitute a risk of electrical shock.
The exclamation point, within an equilateral triangle, alerts the user to the
presence of important operating instructions in this guide.
WARNING
The Bose® FreeSpace system controller (Model 8/32) is an electrical appliance. There are no
user-serviceable parts inside. As with all electrical appliances, dangerous electrical shock
may result if repair is attempted by unqualified personnel. Service and the installation of any
optional electronics should always be performed by Bose-authorized personnel.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK—DO NOT OPEN
TO PREVENT ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
COVER. NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT
EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
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1.0 Safety Information
English
Please read this safety information before installing, connecting, or operating the Bose®
FreeSpace® system controller (Model 8/32).
1.1 Read the instructions – Read and keep all safety and operating instructions.
1.2 Follow cautions – For safety, follow all cautions and warnings in this guide and on
the system controller.
1.3 Avoid moisture – Do not install the controller near water or excessive humidity. Do
not install near swimming pools, spas, dish washing or laundry equipment, or in
other excessively humid environments.
1.4 Avoid heat – Do not install the controller near excessive heat sources, such as
radiators, ranges, grills, fryers, stoves, or other appliances.
1.5 Protect cables – Put cables where they won’t be pinched or cut by heavy or sharp
objects.
1.6 Connect the power cord properly – Make sure the controller is properly grounded.
If the power cord includes a ground pin, it should be connected to the ground on the
power outlet.
1.7 Disconnect for service – To reduce the risk of electric shock, disconnect the power
cord before replacing the fuse or when changing the voltage selection. The power
cord must remain disconnected until the fuse holder/voltage selector assembly is
replaced.
1.8 Ventilate equipment racks – If mounting the controller in a rack with heat-producing electronic equipment, vent the rear of the rack to prevent overheating the
controller.
1.9 If damage occurs – Obtain service from qualified service personnel under the
following conditions:
A. Water or other liquid spills into the controller;
B. If the controller is exposed to rain or water;
C. If the controller does not operate normally, even though you have followed the
instructions in this guide;
D. If the controller exhibits a distinct change in performance.
1.10 Safety check – After service or repairs, ask the service technician to perform safety
checks. This includes properly connecting the safety ground wire to the power
mains connector.
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Contents
English
1.0 Safety Information ................................................................................................ 2
2.0 Introduction .......................................................................................................... 5
2.1 Unpacking the controller .............................................................................. 5
2.2 Controller features ........................................................................................ 6
3.0 Configurations ...................................................................................................... 7
3.1 Sample configuration ................................................................................... 7
3.2 Signal processing ......................................................................................... 8
4.0 Installation ............................................................................................................ 9
4.1 Electrical connections .................................................................................. 9
4.2 Mechanical installation ............................................................................... 11
Appendix A: Controller Specifications ....................................................................... 12
A.1 Electrical specifications and controls ........................................................ 12
A.2 Mechanical specifications .......................................................................... 13
Appendix B: Safety Requirements ............................................................................. 14
B.1 Safety agency listings .................................................................................. 14
B.2 Fire protective signaling .............................................................................. 14
Appendix C: Warranty And Service ............................................................................ 15
C.1 Warranty period .......................................................................................... 15
C.2 Service ........................................................................................................ 15
C.3 Contacting Bose® ............................................................... inside back cover
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2.0 Introduction
English
The Bose® FreeSpace® system controller (Model 8/32) works with Bose FreeSpace Model
8, Model 25, Model 32, and the Bose 102® loudspeakers to provide a highly flexible, multizone music and paging system. It features three source channels (two music, one paging)
with Bose active equalization. Bose Opti-voice® circuitry gradually mutes music before
paging, then returns music volume to the previous level. Both output channels provide
equalized and unequalized output to simultaneously power the FreeSpace Model 8 and
Model 32, Model 25, or Bose 102 loudspeakers, or another system, like the Bose
FreeSpace® business music system.
All Bose FreeSpace Model 8, Model 32, Model 25, and Bose 102 loudspeakers, except
the 4Ω Model 32 and the 4Ω Model 25, require a Bose approved equalizer, such as this
controller. Using the loudspeakers without an approved equalizer causes inferior acoustic
performance and may damage the loudspeakers. This controller is the only equalizer
approved for use with the FreeSpace Model 8 or Model 32 loudspeakers in fire protective
signaling and warning systems (see Section B.2, “Fire protective signaling”).
Figure 1
FreeSpace system
controller
Unpack the FreeSpace system
controller.
®
POWER
OFF
FREESPACE
®
TROLLER
SYSTEM CON
PAGE
ON
Power cord
Quick connect
terminal blocks
(10)
2.1 Unpacking the controller
Carefully unpack the controller (Figure 1). Save the carton and packaging. If the controller
appears damaged, do not try to use it. Return it to its original carton and immediately
notify the Bose Service Department or your authorized Bose Professional Products dealer.
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2.0 Introduction
English
2.2
Controller features
The Bose® FreeSpace® system controller, combined with the FreeSpace Model 8, Model
25, or Model 32 loudspeakers, provides a flexible sound system for single, multiple, or
combination zone installations. Figures 2 and 3 describe the controller’s features.
The FreeSpace system
controller front panel.
®
ON
OFF
Figure 2
Page LED
Indicates page
is on.
Power LED
Indicates
power is on.
Front Panel
1U (1 3⁄4") standard
height with four
mounting holes.
POWER
PAGE
®
FREESPACE SYSTEM CONTROLLER
Front Panel
Power switch
Turns
controller on.
Figure 3
The FreeSpace system
controller rear panel.
Page
source switch
Selects line or
microphone for
paging.
Page level
Model 32
Increases page volume.
output switch
Turn clockwise until
Turns page
the Opti-voice LED
on or off for
flashes about 50%
Channel B.
of the time
Bass cut
during
Line output switches
Model 8 output switch
switches
paging.
Turn page on or off
Turns page on or off
Cut 6dB at
for line A and B.
for Channel B.
90Hz.
Line A and B
gain control
switches
GAIN
®
300mV
2V
300mV
2V
LINE
BASS CUT
CH A
LINE
MIKE
OFF
CH B
MODEL 32
OFF
OFF
PAGE
CUT NORMAL CUT NORMAL
CH A
®
OPTI-VOICE
MODEL 8
PAGE
CH B
CH A
CH B
CH A
®
SER.NO.
CH B
PAGE
PAGE
OPEN
CH B
GND
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE
RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY
WITH SAME TYPE 0.25A-250V T
SLOW BLOW FUSE.
POWER
ATTENTION: UTILISER
D.O.M.
CH A
AUDIO GND
OFF
PAGE
MODEL 8/32 SYSTEM CONTROLLER
INPUT
Audio ground
Set to GND to connect to
chassis ground. Set to OPEN
to disconnect from
chassis ground.
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LEVEL
OUTPUT
100 -120V/220-240V~ AC
50-60Hz 7 WATTS
UN FUSIBLE DE RECHANGE Á
REACTION LENTE DE MÊME
TYPE T 0.25 - 250V.
Rear Panel
Input connectors
Quick-connect
terminals for Channels
A, B,
or page.
Opti-voice LED
Flashes to indicate
Opti-voice is on.
Model 32 output
connector recepticle
Accepts quick-connect
terminal for Model 32
equalized Channels A and B.
Line out connector
recepticle
Accepts quick-connect
terminal for unequalized line
out Channels A and B.
6
Universal power
cord connector
Works for 100-120V
50/60Hz, 220-240V
50/60Hz.
Model 8 output
connector recepticle
Accepts quick-connect
terminal for Model 8 equalized
Channels A and B.
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3.0 Configurations
3.1
Sample configuration
English
The sample configuration in Figure 4 represents possible solutions for your sound system
requirements. You may adapt this configuration to meet your needs.
Figure 4
FreeSpace® system controller
configurations.
Non-equalized
line output
Line or page inputs
MUSIC
Power source
FREESPACE
PAGING
Background
music source
POWER
US
100-120V Canada
Japan
®
FREESPACE
BUSINESS
SYSTEM
MUSIC
–
TREBLE
+
–
BASS
+
®
Cassette
®
®
®
Compact disc
Cable radio
GAIN
2V
300mV
2V
LINE
BASS CUT
CH A
300mV
220-240V Europe
Australia
Other System
LINE
MIKE
OFF
CH B
MODEL 32
OFF
OFF
PAGE
CUT NORMAL CUT NORMAL
OPTI-VOICE®
CH A
MODEL 8
PAGE
CH A
CH B
CH A
SER.NO.
D.O.M.
CH A
CH B
PAGE
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FRAMINGHAM, MA 01701-9168 MADE IN U.S.A.
PAGE
CH B
OPEN
GND
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE
RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY
WITH SAME TYPE 0.25A-250V T
SLOW BLOW FUSE.
MODEL 8/32 SYSTEM CONTROLLER
INPUT
AUDIO GND
OFF
PAGE
CH B
®
POWER
ATTENTION: UTILISER
PAGE
LEVEL
OUTPUT
100-120V/220-240V~ AC
50-60Hz 7 WATTS
UN FUSIBLE DE RECHANGE Á
REACTION LENTE DE MÊME
TYPE T 0.25 - 250V.
MODEL 32
MODEL 8
Amp A
Amp A
Amp B
Amp B
Outputs to amplifiers
and loudspeakers
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Outputs to amplifiers
and loudspeakers
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3.0 Configurations
English
3.2
Signal processing
The block diagram in Figure 5 is on the top of the system controller. It illustrates the audio
signal’s path through the controller.
Figure 5
Block diagram.
INPUT
CHANNEL A
300mV
300mV
2V
MIC
2V
BASS CUT
CHANNEL A
EQ.
PAGE
CHANNEL B
CUT
LINE
CHANNEL B
EQ.
PAGE LEVEL
315mA FUSE
SLO-BLO
0-26dB
AUTOMATIC
GAIN ADJ.
BASS CUT
NORMAL
AC POWER
CONNECTOR
100-120VAC
220-240VAC
CUT
PAGE
EQ.
NORMAL
OFF
ON
POWER
PAGE
DRIVE
∑
PAGE
OFF
∑
∑
MODEL 32
EQ.
MODEL 8
EQ.
MODEL 32
MODEL 8
∑
PAGE
OFF
∑
PAGE
OFF
∑
PAGE
MODEL 32
EQ.
MODEL 8
EQ.
MODEL 32
MODEL 8
OFF
AGC
DETECTOR
PAGE/MUSIC
SWITCHER
SELECT SWITCH
POWER
SUPPLY
OPTI-VOICE
®
POWER
PAGE
AUDIO GND
LINE
LINE
OPEN
CHANNEL A
CHANNEL B
OUTPUT
BLOCK DIAGRAM
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GND
4.0 Installation
4.1
Electrical connections
English
Although the FreeSpace® system controller accepts balanced and unbalanced sources,
balanced sources provide better audio performance. Observe proper polarity when
making connections:
CAUTION
Unplug all components before
making connections.
• The positive terminal is usually the high, tip, or plus (+) terminal, or pin 2.
• The negative terminal is usually the low, ring, or minus (–) terminal, or pin 3.
• The ground terminal is usually the shield, sleeve, or ground (
) terminal, or pin 1.
Note: The ground terminals are NOT safety grounds. They are for audio signals only. Do
not use these terminals as a substitute for a proper safety (earth) ground for this equipment or other equipment connected to it.
From microphone or paging source (Figure 6):
1.
Connect the positive and negative terminals to the positive and negative terminals on
the controller.
2a. If the source has balanced outputs, connect the ground terminal to the ground
terminal on the controller.
2b. If the source has unbalanced outputs, connect the ground terminal on the controller
to the negative terminal on the controller. This will help prevent unwanted noise.
Figure 6
Connections from microphone or
paging source.
INPUT
CH A
CH B
PAGE
CH A
CH B
PAGE
Balanced
INPUT
Unbalanced
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4.0 Installation
English
From music source:
1.
Connect the positive and negative terminals to the positive and negative terminals on
the controller.
2a. If the source has balanced outputs (Figure 7), connect the ground terminal to the
ground terminal on the controller.
2b. If the source has unbalanced outputs (Figure 8), connect the ground terminal on the
controller to the negative terminal on the controller. This will help prevent unwanted
noise.
Figure 7
GAIN
300mV
2V
300mV
Connectors used with balanced
audio inputs.
BASS CUT
CH A
2V
LINE
CH B
CUT NORMAL CUT NORMAL
MIKE
®
FREESPACE® SYSTEM CONTROLLER
SER.NO.
D.O.M.
INPUT
CH A
CH B
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FRAMINGHAM, MA 01701-9168 MADE IN U.S.A.
PAGE
From
balanced
source
Note: Pin 2 – hot
convention assembled
on XLR connector.
Tip (+)
Ring (–)
3 (–)
Sleeve (
)
1
1/4" TRS
2 (+)
Figure 8
GAIN
BASS CUT
CH A
300mV
2V
300mV 2V
LINE
MIKE
Connectors used with unbalanced
audio inputs.
CH B
CUT NORMAL CUT NORMAL
®
FREESPACE® SYSTEM CONTROLLER
SER.NO.
D.O.M.
INPUT
CH A
CH B
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FRAMINGHAM, MA 01701-9168 MADE IN U.S.A.
PAGE
Tip (+)
Sleeve (–)
3 (–)
1/4" phone
XLR
connector
1(
From
unbalanced
source
10
)
–
2 (+)
+
RCA
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4.0 Installation
Figure 9
MODEL 32
OFF
CUT NORMAL
CH A
OPTI-VOICE®
MODEL 8
OFF
PAGE
PAGE
AUDI
OFF
PAGE
Connections to balanced amplifier.
OPEN
PAGE
CH B
CH A
CH B
CH A
CH B
CAUT
®
RISK OF
WITH SA
SLOW BL
MODEL 8/32 SYSTEM CONTROLLER
SER.NO.
ATTE
D.O.M.
OUTPUT
PAGE
LEVEL
BOSE CORPORATION
FRAMINGHAM, MA 01701-9168 MADE IN U.S.A.
UN FUSIB
REACTIO
TYPE T 0
Note: Pin 2 – hot
convention assembled
on XLR connector.
Tip (+)
Ring (–)
3 (–)
2 (+)
To
balanced
amplifier
Sleeve
XLR
1
/ " TRS
1 4
Figure 10
LINE
OFF
CH B
MODEL 32
OFF
OFF
PAGE
CUT NORMAL
OPTI-VOICE®
CH A
MODEL 8
PAGE
AUDIO GND
OFF
PAGE
OPEN
GND
PAGE
CH B
CH A
CH B
CH A
CH B
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE
®
RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY
WITH SAME TYPE 0.25A-250V T
SLOW BLOW FUSE.
MODEL 8/32 SYSTEM CONTROLLER
SER.NO.
Connections to unbalanced
amplifier.
ATTENTION: UTILISER
D.O.M.
BOSE CORPORATION
FRAMINGHAM, MA 01701-9168 MADE IN U.S.A.
OUTPUT
PAGE
LEVEL
UN FUSIBLE DE RECHANGE Á
REACTION LENTE DE MÊME
TYPE T 0.25 - 250V.
Tip (+)
Sleeve (–)
To
unbalanced
amplifier
3 (–)
2 (+)
phone
connector
XLR
RCA
1 /4 "
1
+
–
To balanced amplifier (Figure 9):
1.
Connect the positive and negative terminals to the positive and negative terminals
on the controller.
2.
Connect the ground terminal to the ground terminal on the controller.
To unbalanced amplifier (Figure 10):
1.
4.2
Connect the positive and negative terminals to the positive and negative terminals
on the controller.
Mechanical installation
When mounting the controller in a rack, place the heaviest units near the bottom of the
rack. A top-heavy rack can topple if bumped or shaken. For added safety, secure the rack
to a wall or ceiling.
Note: Air temperature around the controller should not exceed 120°F (50°C) when the
controller is on. If the controller is placed on a shelf with other heat-producing equipment,
ventilate the rack to prevent overheating.
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English
LINE
OFF
CH B
Appendix A: Controller Specifications
English
A.1
Electrical specifications and controls
The FreeSpace® system controller (Model 8/32) accepts AC supply voltages from 80 to
265, 50Hz or 60Hz.
A.1.1 Balanced input terminals
Balanced inputs with gain switches, protection diodes, and RFI/EMI noise suppression.
A.1.2 Page input
Gain is switchable for either microphone or line level inputs.
• Page trigger sensitivity
275µV minimum
• Mic input sensitivity
5mV nominal, 250mV maximum
• Line input sensitivity
100mV nominal, 1V maximum
• Page input impedance
3kΩ (Mic), 200kΩ (Line), balanced
A.1.3 Channel A and Channel B input
Balanced Channel A and Channel B inputs with gain switches.
• Line input sensitivity at 300mV
200mV nominal, 300mV maximum
• Line input sensitivity at 2V
1V nominal, 2V maximum
• Line input impedance
2kΩ (300mV), 7.7kΩ (2V), balanced
A.1.4 Input common mode ripple rejection
• 40dB or greater
A.1.5 Opti-voice system circuitry
®
The system automatically switches from music to page during paging.
A.1.6 Automatic gain control with LED indication
Adjusts paging volume. LED flickers at optimum volume.
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Appendix A: Controller Specifications
A.1.7 Outputs
English
All balanced outputs with protection diodes, and RFI/EMI noise suppression.
• Line output level
6V RMS maximum
• Line output frequency response
40Hz – 20kHz flat
• Line output impedance
600Ω, balanced
• Line output paging
Channels A and B paging
individually switchable
• Model 25, Model 32, or Bose® 102 output level
6V RMS maximum
• Model 25, Model 32, or Bose 102 output impedance 600Ω, balanced
• Model 25, Model 32, or Bose 102 frequency responseFlat power response with Model
25 or Model 32 loudspeakers
• Model 25, Model 32, or Bose 102 paging
Channel A – On
Channel B – Switch selectable
• Model 8 output level
6V RMS maximum
• Model 8 output impedance
600Ω, balanced
• Model 8 frequency response
Flat power response with Model
8 loudspeakers
• Model 8 paging
Channel A – On
Channel B – Switch selectable
A.1.8 Power requirements
• Determined by power cord supplied
100V, 120V, 220-240V ~ 50/60Hz
A.1.9 Power consumption
• 7 Watts
A.2
Mechanical specifications
• Dimensions: 1 5/8" (H) x 19" (W) x 10" (D)
(4.13 cm (H) x 48.26 cm (W) x 25.4 cm (D))
• Weight: 5.5 lb (2.5 kg)
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Appendix B: Safety Requirements
English
B.1 Safety agency listings
B.1.1 UL
The Bose® FreeSpace® system controller (Model 8/32) is UL listed:
• Commercial audio equipment - UL 813
• Fire protective signaling - UL 1711 Control number 42S9, File number E63079
B.1.2 Other agencies
The controller is also listed with the following safety agencies:
• TÜV Rheinland
• CSA
• Dentori
B.2 Fire protective signaling
B.2.1 Signal processing equipment
Bose offers 70V fire safety models of both FreeSpace Model 8 and Model 32 loudspeakers listed under UL 1480, category UUMW, as fire protective signaling devices. The Bose
FreeSpace system controller (Model 8/32) is the only equalizer listed for use with these
loudspeakers in fire protective signaling and warning systems. These loudspeakers will
not perform as specified for this application if used with another controller.
B.2.2 Gain adjustment
In order to achieve the UL listed SPL output of the FreeSpace Model 8 and Model 32
loudspeakers when used as a fire protective signaling and warning system, the warning
signal must be bandwidth limited to approximately the range of 400Hz – 4kHz. This signal
should be tested to confirm that a full 70 Volt signal is achieved at the amplifier output.
This signal must be directed through the system controller, with the input signal to the
controller properly adjusted to achieve the amplifier output specified.
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Warning
Do not use this gain adjustment
for full bandwidth audio material
or speech. Amplifier and/or
loudspeaker distortion may
result.
Appendix C: Warranty And Service
Warranty period
English
C.1
Bose covers the FreeSpace system controller (Model 8/32) with a 5-year, transferable,
limited warranty. For more information, please read the warranty card.
C.2
Service
If you have problems with your FreeSpace system controller, contact your authorized Bose
Professional Products dealer. The dealer will verify any defects and arrange for service.
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Appendix C: Warranty And Service
C.3
Contacting Bose
For information or service, contact Bose:
USA
Bose Corporation, The Mountain
Framingham, MA 01701-9168
1-800-367-4008
Weekdays 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturdays 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. ET (eastern time)
Canada
Bose Ltd., 8-35 East Beaver Creek Road
Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 1B3
1-800-444-BOSE (444-2673)
Weekdays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET (eastern time)
Ireland
Bose Corporation
Carrickmacross, Co Monaghan
TEL 042-61988
FAX 042-61998
Italia
Bose S.p.A., Via Luigi Capucci 12
00147 Roma
TEL 06-5127641
FAX 06-5115438
Japan
Bose K.K., Shibuya YT Building, 28-3
Maruyama-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150
TEL 03-5489-1054
FAX 03-5489-0591
European headquarters
Bose B.V., Nijverheidstraat 8
1135 GE Edam, Nederland
TEL 0299-371055
FAX 0299-368163
Nederland
Bose B.V., Nijverheidstraat 8,
1135 GE Edam
TEL 0299-366661
FAX 0299-368166
Australia
Bose Australia, Inc.,1 Sorrell Street
Parramatta, N.S.W. 2150
TEL 02 204-6111
FAX 02 204-6122
Norge
Bose A/S, Solheimsgate 11
N-2001, Lillestrøm
TEL 63-817380
FAX 63-810819
Belgique/België
Bose N.V., Limesweg 2
B-3700 Tongeren
TEL 012-390800
FAX 012-390840
Österreich
Bose Ges.m.b.H.
Vienna Business Park
Wienerbergstrasse 7 (10.OG)
A-1100 Vienna
TEL 01-6040434
FAX 01-604043423
Danmark
Bose A/S, Industrivej 7, 2605 Brøndby
TEL 043437777
FAX 043437818
Deutschland
Bose GmbH, Max-Planck-Straße 36d
D-61381 Friedrichsdorf
TEL 06172-71040
FAX 06172-710419
France
Bose S.A., 6, rue Saint Vincent
78100 Saint Germain en Laye
TEL 01-30616363
FAX 01- 30614105
India
PO Box 9301
New Delhi 110 092
TEL (011) 648 4462
FAX (011 648 4463
Schweiz
Bose AG, Rünenbergerstrasse 13
4460-Gelterkinden
TEL 061-9815544
FAX 061-9815502
Sverige
Bose A/S, Blandsädsgatan 2D
S-43146 Mölndal
TEL 031-878850
FAX 031-274891
United Kingdom
Bose Limited, Unit G2
Trinity Trading Estate
Sittingbourne, Kent ME10 2PD
TEL 01795-475341
FAX 01795-427227
Other locations
Bose Service, 1 New York Avenue
Framingham, MA 01701-9168 USA
TEL (508) 229-8484
FAX (508) 229-3891
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