Avaya X330W-2DS1 Network Router User Manual

The Bose® Lifestyle® 20 Music System
Owner’s Guide
October 29, 2001
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Safety Information
English
Warning
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this system to rain or moisture.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
CAUTION:
For units with a polarized
power plug, to prevent
electric shock, match wide
blade of plug to wide slot,
insert fully.
These CAUTION marks may be located on the back panel and bottom of your Lifestyle®
music center and the bottom panel of your Acoustimass® module:
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert
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, as marked on the system, is intended to
alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance instructions in this
owner’s guide.
Class 1 laser product
CLASS 1
KLASSE 1
LUOKAN 1
KLASS 1
LASER
LASER
LASER
LASER
PRODUCT
PRODUKT
LAITE
APPARAT
This compact disc player is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER product.
The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT label is located on the bottom
of the unit.
CAUTION: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those
specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. The compact disc player
should not be adjusted or repaired by anyone except properly qualified service personnel.
Note: This music system is not intended for use in moving vehicles.
Class B emissions limits
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions from
digital apparatus set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department
of Communications.
Batteries
Please dispose of used batteries properly, following any local regulations. Do not incinerate.
Additional safety information
See the additional information on the Important Safety Instructions page enclosed with this
owner’s guide.
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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Important Safety Instructions
1. Read these instructions – for all components
before using this product.
2. Keep these instructions – for future reference.
3. Heed all warnings – on the product and in the
owner’s guide.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water or
moisture – Do not use this product near a
bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a
wet basement, near a swimming pool, or anywhere else that water or moisture are present.
6. Clean only with a dry cloth – and as directed
by Bose® Corporation. Unplug this product from
the wall outlet before cleaning.
7. Do not block any ventilation openings.
Install in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions – To ensure
reliable operation of the product and to protect it
from overheating, put the product in a position
and location that will not interfere with its proper
ventilation. For example, do not place the product
on a bed, sofa, or similar surface that may block
the ventilation openings. Do not put it in a built-in
system, such as a bookcase or a cabinet that may
keep air from flowing through its ventilation
openings.
8. Do not install near any heat sources, such
as radiators, heat registers, stoves or other
apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the
polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider
than the other. A grounding-type plug has
two blades and a third grounding prong. The
wider blade or third prong are provided for
your safety. If the provided plug does not fit
in your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked
on or pinched, particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where
they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod,
bracket or table specified by the
manufacturer or sold with the
apparatus. When a cart is used,
use caution when moving the
cart/apparatus combination to
avoid injury from tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning
storms or when unused for long periods of
time – to prevent damage to this product.
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14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus
has been damaged in any way: such as powersupply cord or plug is damaged; liquid has
been spilled or objects have fallen into the
apparatus; the apparatus has been exposed to
rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or
has been dropped – Do not attempt to service this
product yourself. Opening or removing covers may
expose you to dangerous voltages or other hazards.
Please call Bose to be referred to an authorized
service center near you.
15. To prevent risk of fire or electric shock, avoid
overloading wall outlets, extension cords, or
integral convenience receptacles.
16. Do not let objects or liquids enter the product –
as they may touch dangerous voltage points or
short-out parts that could result in a fire or electric
shock.
17. See product enclosure for safety related
markings.
Information about products that
generate electrical noise
If applicable, this equipment has been tested and found
to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, this is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, you are
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
• Connect the equipment to an outlet on a different
circuit than the one to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Note: Unauthorized modification of the receiver or radio
remote control could void the user’s authority to operate
this equipment.
This product complies with the Canadian ICES-003 Class
B specifications.
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Important Safety Instructions
18. Use proper power sources – Plug the product into
a proper power source, as described in the operating
instructions or as marked on the product.
19. Avoid power lines – Use extreme care when
installing an outside antenna system to keep from
touching power lines or circuits, as contact with
them may be fatal. Do not install external antennas
near overhead power lines or other electric light or
power circuits, nor where an antenna can fall into
such circuits or power lines.
20. Ground all outdoor antennas – If an external
antenna or cable system is connected to this
product, be sure the antenna or cable system is
grounded. This will provide some protection against
voltage surges and built-up static charges.
Section 810 of the National Electrical Code ANSI/
NFPA No. 70 provides information with respect to
proper grounding of the mast and supporting
structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna
discharge unit, size of grounding conductors,
location of antenna-discharge unit, connection to
grounding electrodes, and requirements for the
ground electrode. Refer to the antenna grounding
illustration on this page.
Antenna grounding
Example of antenna grounding as per National Electrical
Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.
Antenna lead in wire
Ground clamp
Antenna discharge unit
(NEC Section 810-20)
Grounding conductors
Electric service
equipment
(NEC Section 810-21)
Ground clamps
Power service grounding
electrode system
(NEC ART 250, Part H)
Note to CATV system installer
This reminder is provided to call the CATV system
installer’s attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC (of USA)
that provides guidelines for proper grounding. In particular, it specifies that the cable ground shall be connected
to the grounding system of the building, as close to the
point of cable entry as is practical.
©2001 Bose Corporation,
The Mountain, Framingham, MA
01701-9168 USA
255805 AM Rev.00 JN10494
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Contents
Where to find…
English
Español
Setting Up
Before you begin ........................................................................................................ 4
Unpack the carton ...................................................................................................... 5
Select the locations for your Lifestyle® 20 music system ........................................... 6
Connect the speakers and Lifestyle® music center .................................................... 7
Other connections ...................................................................................................... 8
Connect the antennas ................................................................................................ 9
Set up the remote control ......................................................................................... 10
Set radio channel spacing on dual voltage systems ................................................ 10
Operating Your Lifestyle® 20 Music System
Listening to your Lifestyle® 20 music system ........................................................... 11
The music center display .......................................................................................... 11
The system controls ................................................................................................. 12
Other music center controls ..................................................................................... 13
The Lifestyle® 20 remote control ............................................................................... 13
Listening to compact discs ...................................................................................... 14
Listening to the radio ................................................................................................ 16
Using the system with external components ........................................................... 17
Fine-tuning your system ........................................................................................... 18
Using two listening zones ......................................................................................... 19
Maintaining Your Lifestyle® 20 Music System
Changing the house code settings ........................................................................... 21
Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................ 22
Transporting your music center ............................................................................... 23
Warranty period ........................................................................................................ 23
Customer service ..................................................................................................... 23
Taking care of your Lifestyle® 20 music system ....................................................... 24
Product Information
Technical information ............................................................................................... 25
Accessories .............................................................................................................. 25
Index ...............................................................................................................................26
Bose® Corporation ................................................................................. inside back cover
Français
For your records
Serial numbers are located on the bottom of the music center and the bottom panel of the
Acoustimass® module.
Lifestyle® music center serial number: _____________________________________________
Acoustimass module serial number: ______________________________________________
Dealer name: __________________________________________________________________
Dealer phone: _______________________ Purchase date: ___________________________
We suggest you keep your sales slip and warranty card together with this owner’s guide.
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Setting Up
English
Before you begin
Thank you for purchasing the Bose® Lifestyle® 20 music system. This remarkably compact
system is a result of advanced technology developed by years of research. Technological
innovations that make the Lifestyle® 20 music system possible include the smallest CD
changer now available for home use and Jewel CubeTM speakers one-half the size of the
previous Acoustimass® cube speakers.
To create speakers this small, the magnet inside is formed using the rare earth element
neodymium and has ten times more energy (per unit volume) than conventional magnets.
For high performance from such a small package, a port 3.8 inches (9.7 cm) long was
designed in the shape of a nautilus shell and enclosed inside the tiny cube.
CAUTION:
Remove and dispose of the
three manufacturer’s shipping
screws from the bottom of the
Lifestyle® music center before
setting up your system.
The shipping screws are for
use by the manufacturer only.
They are not re-installable.
These, and numerous other innovations, bring you the Lifestyle® 20 music system, offering
superb sound, elegance, technology, and simplicity for music and home entertainment.
Your system includes:
• A Lifestyle® music center with built-in AM/FM radio and six-disc CD changer
• Powered Acoustimass speakers consisting of two Jewel Cube speakers
and a hide-away Acoustimass module
• An easy-to-use remote control
• Inputs for two video sound sources, an auxiliary source, and a tape deck
• Capability for operating two listening zones
Your Lifestyle® music system offers several ways to listen to superbly reproduced sound.
You can use its built-in sound sources, connect additional equipment such as a tape deck,
laserdisc player, VCR, or TV, and use two listening zones.
Please take the time to follow this owner’s guide carefully. It will help you set up and operate
your Lifestyle® music system, and enjoy all of its advanced features. Save your owner’s
guide for future reference.
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Setting Up
Unpack the carton
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Carefully unpack your system. Save all packing materials for possible future use. The
original packing materials provide the safest way to transport your Lifestyle® system. If any
part of the product appears damaged, do not attempt to use the system. Notify Bose® or
your authorized Bose dealer immediately.
Check to be sure your Lifestyle® 20 music system contains the parts identified in Figure 1.
Note:Find the serial numbers on the bottom panel of the Acoustimass® module and the
bottom of the music center. Write them on your warranty card and in the spaces provided
on page 3.
Figure 1
What comes with your
Lifestyle® 20 system:
• Lifestyle® music center
• Music center power pack*
®
• 2 Jewel Cube speakers
• 2 speaker cords (20')
Treble
Rubber feet (4)
Bass
Rubber feet (4)
Jewel CubeTM speakers
• 8 self-adhesive rubber feet
(4 for the module and
4 for the Jewel Cube speakers)
Acoustimass® module
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• AC power (mains) cord*
AC power cord
• Audio input cable (30')
Music center power pack
Lifestyle® music center
VIDE
2 O
AM
FM
AUX
OM
PAUS
TAPE
E
REV
PLAY
SKIP
Audio input cable
• Remote control
• 3 AA batteries
VIDE
1 O
CD
STOP
RAND
PLAY
NEXT
DISC
VOLU
MUTE
ME
MUTE
ALL
• FM antenna
ON
OFF
Remote
control
AA batteries
THE BOSE
SPECIAL EDITION
FM antenna
• Acoustimass module
• AM antenna
• CD magazine
• CD
LIFESTYLE
MUSIC SYSTEM CD
Speaker cords
®
®
CD
AM antenna
CD magazine
* Power cord and pack shown at left are
USA/Canada/Japan versions.
Dual voltage systems include 1 power
cord, 1 adapter
, and 2 power
packs.
The adapter and power cords and packs
for Europe, UK/Singapore, and Australia
are shown below.
Europe
UK/Singapore
Australia
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Select the locations for your Lifestyle 20 music system
When you place your speakers according to the guidelines below, a combination of reflected and direct sound provides a good stereo image virtually everywhere in the room. You
may experiment with the placement and orientation of the Jewel CubeTM speakers and
Acoustimass® module to produce sound most pleasing to you.
To adjust your system for the characteristics of
your listening room, see “Fine-tuning your
system” on page 18.
Figure 2
Jewel Cube speakers
CAUTION:
Choose a stable and level
surface for your Jewel Cube
speakers. Vibration can cause
the speakers to move, particularly on very smooth surfaces.
For stability, peel off the
backing from the rubber feet
and center them in the
matching shapes on the
bottom of each speaker.
Recommended speaker locations
1. For the most lifelike sound, place the Jewel
Cube speakers 6-12 feet (1.8-3.6 m) apart.
They can be as close as 3 feet (1 m) or as far
apart as 15 feet (4.6 m).
2. Place the Jewel Cube speakers 6-12 inches
(15-30 cm) from the surface behind them.
3. Direct one cube of each speaker toward the
center of the room (Figure 2). Direct the other
cube toward a side wall to create reflected
sound.
Note:The Jewel Cube speakers are magnetically shielded so you can place them close to
a TV without affecting picture quality.
Figure 3
Acoustimass module
Follow these guidelines to select a location for the Acoustimass module.
1. Place the Acoustimass module along a side wall near the front of the room, if possible
(Figure 2). You can place the module along the same wall as the speakers, if more
convenient.
2. Aim the round opening (port) along the wall, 2 feet (.6 m) from a corner (Figure 2). Avoid
blocking the port.
3. Select a convenient location – under a table, behind a sofa. Do not allow furniture or
drapes to block the ventilation openings on the module.
Acoustimass module positions
Preferred
position
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Treble
Bass
Alternate
position
AUDIO
INPUT
OUTPUTS
TO
CUBE
SPEAKERS
RIGHT
LEFT
OFF
POWER
ON
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4. Place the Acoustimass module within reach of the audio input cable, speaker cables,
and an electric outlet.
6. Once you have selected a position for the Acoustimass module, place the four selfadhesive rubber feet near the corners of the bottom surface. On a bare floor, the rubber
feet provide increased stability and protection from scratches.
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5. For proper ventilation, place the Acoustimass module on its long side, with the connectors facing the floor (Figure 3). Or place it on its largest side, with the bass and treble
controls facing up. Do not place the module on either end.
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7. For best bass performance, do not place the module midway between any two walls.
Note:To avoid interference with the TV picture, keep the Acoustimass module at least 18
inches (45 cm) from any TV.
Music center
Select a location for the music center.
1. Place the music center on a level surface and allow enough room to lift the door.
2. Make sure it is close enough to any additional sound sources (TV, VCR, etc.) to allow for
cable length.
3. Keep the music center within 30 feet (9.1 m) of the Acoustimass module (the length of
the audio input cable).
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CAUTION:
Do not cover the ventilation
openings of the Acoustimass
module. The slots on the end
provide ventilation for the
built-in electronic circuitry, and
should not be blocked.
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Setting Up
Connect the speakers and Lifestyle music center
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Connecting the Jewel Cube speakers to the Acoustimass module
TM
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1. Insert the connector of each speaker cable fully into the jack on the rear of each speaker
(Figure 4). Match the ridge of the connector to the notch at the top of the jack.
2. Connect each 20-foot (6.1 m) cable to the corresponding left or right green jack on the
Acoustimass module. Speaker cables have green connectors at one end, with L (left)
and R (right) molded into the connectors.
To lengthen the cable, connect speaker wire with male phono (RCA) plugs on each end to
your supplied speaker cable. Use a female-to-female adapter (“barrel” connector). Or, splice
in 18-gauge (.75 mm2) or thicker cord (connecting + to + and – to –). To purchase extension
wire, see your dealer, electronics store, or call Bose® customer service.
English
Once you have selected locations for your speakers and music center, connect the system.
CAUTION:
Make sure all components of
your system are unplugged
from the AC power (mains)
source before you begin
connecting them.
Figure 4
Speaker cable connection to the
Jewel Cube speaker
Connecting the Acoustimass module to the Lifestyle music center
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Connect the Acoustimass module to the music center with the audio input cable (Figure 5).
1. Plug the small black multi-pin connector into the jack marked SPEAKER ZONE 1 on the
back of the music center.
2. Insert the right-angle multi-pin connector on the other end of the audio input cable into
the AUDIO INPUT jack on the Acoustimass module. Align the connector at the angle
shown in Figure 5.
Note:Be sure that each connector is inserted completely into each jack.
3. Extend the audio input cable as much as possible, since it includes an antenna for the
remote control.
For information on connecting zone 2, see “Using two listening zones” on pages 19-20.
Right
speaker
R
Right-angle connector
into AUDIO INPUT
Left
speaker
L
Figure 5
Connecting the speakers and the
music center
AUDIO
INPUT
RIGHT
OUTPUTS
TO
CUBE
SPEAKERS
LEFT
Power
switch
OFF
POWER
ON
Power jack
Black connector into
SPEAKER ZONE 1
Audio input cable
L
Power pack
R
L
TAPE IN
R
TAPE OUT
Power jack
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Connecting the Acoustimass module power cord
1. On a dual voltage Acoustimass module, the voltage selector switch is preset at the
factory. Check to be sure it is set for the proper voltage (Figure 6). Use 115V for North
America, and 230V for Europe and Australia. In Europe, use the adapter plug provided. If
you are in doubt, contact your local electric utility for the appropriate voltage setting.
English
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2. Plug the small end of the AC power (mains) cord into the module power jack.
Note:Do not plug the power cord into a power outlet until you complete all connections.
Connecting the music center power pack
The Lifestyle® music center comes with a 100V, 120V, 230V, or 240V power pack. See
Figures 1 and 7. Dual voltage models include both the PS71 and PS72 power packs.
Use only the Bose® power pack model specified for your area:
• Model PS71, 120V in North America
• Model PS72, 230V in Europe
• Model PS73, 100V in Japan
• Model PS74, 230V in UK or Singapore
• Model PS77, 240V in Australia
Figure 6
Dual voltage Acoustimass module:
voltage selector switch settings
230 V
115 V
CAUTION:
Make sure the voltage selector switch is set correctly.
Figure 7
The AC power pack (model PS71
shown)
1. Firmly insert the small connector on the end of the AC power (mains) pack cable into the
AC POWER jack on the back of the Lifestyle® music center.
2. Make sure that the power pack reaches an AC power (mains) outlet.
Note:Do notplug the power pack into a power outlet until you complete all connections.
Other connections
Use standard audio cables to connect other components to your Lifestyle® music system,
matching the red connector to R (right), white (or black) connector to L (left).
CAUTION:
Be sure to use the correct
power pack for your area.
Using the wrong one may
damage your music center.
Video components
To play video sound through your Lifestyle® music system, connect the R and L fixed audio
outputs of your stereo VCR, stereo TV, or laserdisc player to the music center VIDEO 1 or 2
jacks. See Figure 8. You can use a Y-adapter (available at electronics stores) to connect a
mono source. However, the left and right speakers then play the same monaural sound.
Tape deck
To use an external tape recorder (analog audio cassette, analog open reel, digital audio
tape, Digital Compact Cassette, or MiniDisc), connect the inputs (REC) of the tape deck to
the music center TAPE OUT jacks. Connect the outputs (PLAY) from the tape deck to the
music center TAPE IN jacks. See Figure 8.
Additional CD player or changer
To use an external CD player or changer, connect the outputs from the component to the
music center AUX INPUT jacks. See Figure 8.
Turntable
To connect a turntable, you need a phono preamplifier (with RIAA equalization). Consult
your dealer for the appropriate model.
Note:The Lifestyle® 20 music system cannot turn a connected component on or off.
Figure 8
Connecting other components
L
R
TAPE IN
Other
component
8
VCR, TV,
and/or
laserdisc
VCR, TV,
and/or
laserdisc
L
R
TAPE OUT
Outputs
Inputs
Tape
deck
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Connect the antennas
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The rear panel of your Lifestyle® music center provides connections for AM and FM
antennas (Figure 9). Unwind each antenna. Antennas provide better reception when their
wires are not bundled.
AM antenna
jack
Figure 9
FM antenna
jack
The antenna connections
L
R
TAPE IN
L
R
TAPE OUT
FM antenna connections
1. Plug the FM antenna connector into the FM ANTENNA jack on the back of the Lifestyle®
music center.
Figure 10
The FM antenna
2. Spread out the antenna arms. Experiment with both the placement and the angle of this
antenna to provide optimum FM reception.
Note:A central antenna or cable, or an outdoor FM antenna, may be used with the music
center antenna connections. To install an outdoor antenna, consult a qualified installer.
Follow all safety instructions.
Figure 11
AM antenna connections
1. Plug the AM antenna connector into the AM ANTENNA jack on the back of the Lifestyle®
music center.
The AM antenna
2. Move the antenna as far as possible from the music center and at least four feet (1.2 m)
from the Acoustimass® module. This prevents interference with AM reception.
3. You may want to adjust the antenna location or orientation as needed to receive distant
stations.
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Setting Up
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Set up the remote control
1. Slide open the battery compartment on the back of the remote (Figure 12).
2. Insert 3 AA or IEC-R6 1.5V batteries, or the equivalent, as shown. Match the + and –
symbols on the batteries with the + and – markings inside the compartment.
3. Slide the battery compartment cover back into place.
Replace the batteries when the remote control stops operating or its range seems reduced.
Alkaline batteries are recommended.
Note:Do not change the settings of the factory-preset miniature switches. See “Changing
the house code settings” on page 21 for information on how to prevent conflicts with other
Lifestyle® music systems.
Figure 12
3 AA batteries
Installing the remote control
batteries
Battery compartment cover
Miniature switches
Set radio channel spacing on dual voltage systems
Dual voltage music centers (which include both 120V and 230V power packs) can be set for
two types of AM and FM channel spacing.
•
•
10 kHz for AM and 200 kHz for FM (common to North America)
9 kHz for AM and 50 kHz for FM (common to Europe)
Your dual voltage music center is preset for North American spacing. Select the channel
spacing most appropriate for your area.
To change between North American and European channel spacing:
1. Turn the music center off.
2. Press and hold the ERASE key (on the music center control panel) for three seconds.
The display flashes PROGRAM and indicates
for North American spacing or
for European spacing.
3. Press SOURCE SELECT (on the music center control panel) while holding the ERASE
key. The display flashes PROGRAM and the setting changes from
to
. While
holding ERASE, press SOURCE SELECT again to change from
to
.
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Operating Your Lifestyle® 20 Music System
Listening to your Lifestyle 20 music system
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CAUTION:
Be sure to remove the three
shipping screws on the
bottom of the music center
before turning on the system.
You are ready to enjoy music from your new Lifestyle® music system.
Refer to the information below on the music center display, and to the following pages for
information on the music center controls and the Lifestyle® remote control.
Figure 13
Opening the music center door
To open the music center, press up gently on the bottom of the door (Figure 13).
•
To play compact discs, follow the instructions on pages 14 and 15.
•
To listen to the radio, follow the instructions on page 16.
•
To use other components with your Lifestyle® music system, see page 17.
•
To use your system with two listening zones, see pages 19 and 20.
Turning the system on
•
Press ON/OFF or any source key on the remote (CD, AM/FM, TAPE, VIDEO 1 or 2, AUX).
Or, press ON/OFF or SOURCE SELECT on the music center.
Adjusting the volume
•
Use the VOLUME ▲ (up) or ▼ (down) keys to raise or lower the volume.
•
Use the MUTE key on the remote control to silence the speakers in the zone controlled
by that remote. Press MUTE again to restore volume to the muted speakers.
•
Use the MUTE ALL key on the remote control to silence speakers in both zones. Press
MUTE ALL to restore volume to the muted speakers. Or, press MUTE, VOLUME ▲,
PLAY, or a source key to resume sound in the selected zone.
Turning the system off
•
Press the ON/OFF key on the remote or the music center.
The music center display
This music center display (Figure 14) provides information on the music center functions.
Zone 1 or 2
indicator
CD track and
No disc AM/FM preset
indicator number display
Mute
indicator
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Setting
house
codes
indicator
Figure 14
CD elapsed time
Stop
and AM/FM station
indicator frequency display
Play
Random play all discs or
Pause
random play one disc indicator indicator
indicator
Source
indicators
The music center display
Disc
indicators
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Plug the Acoustimass® module power cord into an AC power (mains) outlet. Then plug in the
music center power pack. Turn the power switch on the Acoustimass module connection
panel to the ON (I) position. We recommend you leave this switch on. The module uses less
than 2 watts of electricity in standby mode (less than an average night light).
Operating Your Lifestyle® 20 Music System
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The system controls
Function
Remote control
VIDEO 1 - Selects a video sound source connected to the VIDEO 1
inputs, and turns the music system on.
VIDEO
1
VIDEO 2 - Selects a video sound source connected to the VIDEO 2
inputs, and turns the music system on.
VIDEO
2
AUX - Selects a component connected to the AUX inputs, and turns
the music system on.
AUX
CD - Selects the built-in CD changer and turns the music system on.
AM/FM - Selects the radio and turns the system on to the previously
selected station. When the radio is on, switches between AM and FM.
TAPE - Selects a tape deck or component connected to the TAPE
inputs, and turns the music system on.
Music center
CD
AM
FM
TAPE
SOURCE SELECT - Turns the system on to the previously selected
sound source. When on, changes the source in this sequence –
CD, FM, AM, VIDEO 1, VIDEO 2, AUX, TAPE, CD. . .
SOURCE
SELECT
■ STOP - Stops the CD player. After 20 minutes, the music system
shuts off.
PAUSE - Pauses play of the CD. After a 20-minute pause, changes
to STOP.
/ II
PLAY - Begins play of the CD.
/ II
RANDOM (or
SKIP plus SKIP
) - In CD mode, begins random
play of all tracks on all discs. Pressed again, begins random play of
tracks on the current disc. Pressed again, cancels random play.
RANDOM
SKIP
SKIP - Selects the previous CD track, or the previous preset radio
station. Held down, initiates scan (CD) or seek (tuner) function.
SKIP
SKIP - Selects the next CD track, or the next preset radio station.
Held down, initiates scan (CD) or seek (tuner) function.
SKIP
NEXT DISC - Advances to play the next disc loaded in the CD
magazine.
VOLUME ▲ \ ▼- Raises or lowers the system volume.
MUTE - Silences the speakers in the selected zone. Also restores
volume to muted speakers in the selected zone.
MUTE
MUTE ALL - Silences all speakers currently playing. Also restores
sound to speakers silenced by the MUTE ALL key.
MUTE
ALL
ON/OFF - Turns the system on and off.
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Note:For information on controlling the music system from different listening zones, see “Using two listening zones” on
pages 19-20.
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The music center function keys are described on the previous page. Use the following
special music center keys to tune the radio, set station presets, and scan a CD (Figure 15).
TUNE / - Lowers or raises the frequency setting of the radio (stations). In CD mode,
initiates a fast scan of the current CD.
STORE or ERASE - Adds or removes radio station presets. For instructions, see page 16.
Also used for changing channel spacing (page 10) and house codes (page 21).
Figure 15
ON
OFF
SOURCE
SELECT
/ II
VOLUME
SKIP
STORE
TUNE
ERASE
PLAY/PAUSE
NEXT DISC
The music center controls
Figure 16
The remote control keys
The Lifestyle 20 remote control
®
For most types of home construction, your advanced radio-frequency remote control works
from anywhere in your home. Its radio wave signals pass through walls and floors to reach
the music center. To operate, simply press the desired key. You don’t need to aim the
remote at the music center.
Note:Some types of buildings create “dead spots” where the remote will not operate.
Simply move the remote a foot or two and try again. You can also move the music center a
few feet to a location with better remote response.
Figure 16 shows the layout of the remote control keys.
VIDEO
1
VIDEO
2
AUX
CD
AM
FM
TAPE
STOP
PAUSE
PLAY
RANDOM
REV
SKIP
FWD
NEXT DISC
VOLUME
MUTE
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ALL
ON
OFF
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Listening to compact discs
Using the CD changer
You can load up to six compact discs at a
time.
6
5
4
3
2
1
Loading discs into the CD magazine
Hold the magazine, looking at the side with
the arrow. Insert up to six discs, label side
up (Figure 17). Take care to place only one
disc in each slot. Note the slot numbers 1
through 6, from bottom to top, on the front
edge window. These numbers correspond
to the CD numbers on the display.
Note:If a disc is upside-down, it does not
play. The display shows the word “disc”
and flashes the box representing that disc.
Figure 17
Loading a CD
6
5
4
3
2
1
6 DIS
KM
AGA
ZINE
CAUTION:
Do notinsert more than one
disc into any slot. Forcing two
discs into one slot could
cause them to become stuck,
and could damage the discs,
the CD magazine, or the
music center.
Ejecting discs from the CD magazine
Press the white lever that corresponds to the disc you want to eject. This ejects the disc far
enough for you to grasp the edge and remove it from the magazine (Figure 18).
Figure 18
Ejecting a CD
Loading the CD magazine into the music center
Open the music center door. Insert the CD magazine fully into the music center, following the
direction of the arrow on the magazine (Figure 19).
Figure 19
Loading the CD magazine
INSERT IN THI
S DIRECTION
GAZINE
6 DISC MA
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Ejecting the CD magazine from the music center
The CD magazine EJECT button
6
5
4
3
2
1
AZIN
6 DISC MAG
E
EJECT
EJECT button
Turning the system on and choosing the CD player
Press the CD key on the remote or press SOURCE SELECT on the music center until CD is
selected. If the music system is already on, use one of these keys to select the CD player.
The CD indicator on the display lights. If a CD has been loaded, it begins to play.
CD operations
If you want to
Play or resume play of a CD
Pause a CD
P re s s
PLAY, or
PAUSE, or
/ II
PLAY/PAUSE
/ II
PLAY/PAUSE
Stop a CD
■ STOP, or select another source
Go to next track
SKIP
(forward)
Go to beginning of current track
SKIP
(reverse) after 4 seconds of track play
Go to previous track
SKIP
within the first four seconds of the track
After four seconds, press SKIP
twice to go to the
previous track. In RANDOM mode, skips to previous
track played.
Play another disc
NEXT DISC
In PLAY mode, selects discs in order, 1 through 6,
then back to 1; in RANDOM mode, randomly selects
another disc. The music center skips empty disc slots.
Scan a CD
Press and hold SKIP
Randomly play tracks on all discs
RANDOM, or SKIP
plus
(on the music center)
Randomly play tracks on one disc
RANDOM, or SKIP
a second time
plus
(on the music center),
Cancel random play
RANDOM, or SKIP
plus
(on the music center),
a third time, press ■ STOP, or select another source
or
, or TUNE
or
Note:To prevent excessive wear on the CD mechanism, unattended CD play or random
play operations change to STOP after 24 hours. If you want to leave the music center
playing unattended for longer than 24 hours, you can use the radio.
The music center display provides the following information about the CD changer functions
(see sample display in Figure 21):
Figure 21
•
Which CD is playing, paused, or stopped, or NONE if no disc is installed
•
How much time the current CD has played
•
Which track is playing
Disc 3, track 8, 2 minutes and 45
seconds played, 6 CDs are
loaded, and random play for all
discs is selected
•
If RANDOM ALL DISCS or RANDOM (one disc) is selected
•
Which slots have been scanned and have discs loaded
• Numbers in boxes represent discs in slots.
• Empty boxes indicate disc slots that have not yet been scanned by the music center.
• Blank spaces indicate empty slots (or discs that cannot be loaded).
• A flashing box indicates the disc is upside down or cannot be read.
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Figure 20
Press the EJECT button, at the
lower left of the magazine
slot, to remove the
magazine (Figure 20).
If a CD is playing,
pressing the EJECT
button stops the CD, replaces
it in the magazine, and ejects the magazine.
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Listening to the radio
Turning the system on and choosing the radio
Press AM/FM (on the remote) or SOURCE SELECT (on the music center) to turn your
system on to the most recently selected AM or FM station.
Note:If the system is on and the radio is already selected, the AM/FM key switches
between AM and FM bands.
Tuning
Seeking the strongest stations
• Press and hold SKIP
(forward) or
(reverse) to start seeking. Release the key to
stop at the next strong signal.
• To stop seeking sooner, briefly press SKIP or ■ STOP.
• You can seek again without holding down the SKIP key. Right after the first seek operaor
key.
tion stops, briefly press the SKIP
Note:If you hold a SKIP key down, the radio continues to seek without stopping at any
station.
Switching between AM and FM
Press AM/FM to switch from one band to the other.
Manual tuning
To tune to a distant or weak station that the radio cannot seek, use TUNE
music center.
or
on the
Setting a station preset
Your Lifestyle® music center can store up to 25 AM and 25 FM stations.
Note:To allow for different station preferences, you can reserve a group of preset numbers
for each household member. Any station can be assigned to more than one preset number.
Or, you can reserve different number groups for different types of stations. For easy reference, you may want to keep a written record of your presets.
1. Lift the music center door.
2. Select a radio station you want to store as a preset, either by tuning manually or by
pressing and holding a SKIP key.
3. Press the STORE key. The lowest available preset number flashes for three seconds,
then is set and displayed.
4. If you prefer a different preset number, while the number is flashing, press either SKIP
key to select another available preset number. The preset number is displayed.
Note:You cannot store a station in an already-occupied preset location without erasing
that preset station first (see “Erasing a preset station” below). If you attempt to store more
than 25 AM or 25 FM stations, the preset display flashes “– –.”
Selecting a preset station
Once you have set station presets, press SKIP
or
to select the next or the previous
preset station. See Figure 22 for a sample display of a preset FM station.
Erasing a preset station
1. Lift the music center door.
2. Select the preset station you want to erase.
3. Press the ERASE key.
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Figure 22
FM display showing a preset
station
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Using the system with external components
Follow the instructions on page 8 for connecting a component.
Turn on your component directly or by using its remote control. Use the VOLUME ▲ or ▼
key on the Lifestyle® remote control or music center to raise or lower the volume. Control all
other functions at the source, referring to its owner’s manual, if necessary. To begin, make
sure the component is turned on and a tape, CD, laserdisc, etc. is loaded.
Note:The Lifestyle® 20 music system cannot turn a connected component on or off.
Turning the system on and selecting the component
Press the TAPE, AUX, VIDEO 1, or VIDEO 2 key on the remote or press SOURCE SELECT
on the music center until the desired component is selected. This turns your music system
on and selects the component connected to that input. If the music system is already on,
this key selects the component.
The appropriate display indicator lights when the system is on and the component is
selected.
Using a video sound source
Press VIDEO 1 or VIDEO 2 on the remote or SOURCE SELECT on the music center until
VIDEO 1 or VIDEO 2 appears on the display. This turns your music system on and selects
the video sound source connected to the VIDEO 1 or VIDEO 2 jacks. If the music system is
already on, this key selects the component.
If your video component is connected to the music center AUX or TAPE jacks, press AUX or
TAPE on the remote or use SOURCE SELECT on the music center to select the component.
Using a tape deck
To record to a connected tape deck, play the source (AM/FM, CD, AUX, VIDEO 1 or 2) you
want to tape. In a 2-zone system, play the source in zone 1. Set the tape deck to record.
CAUTION:
The magnetic field from the
Acoustimass® module is not
an immediate risk to your
video tapes, audio tapes, and
other magnetic media.
However, you should not store
tapes directly on or near the
Acoustimass module.
Using headphones
For headphone listening, use the stereo mini headphones jack on the right side of the music
center (Figure 23). While this jack accepts most headphone models, you can get an adapter
at Bose® dealers and most electronics stores, if needed.
Connecting headphones silences the speakers connected to SPEAKER ZONE 1.
Figure 23
Connecting headphones
L
R
TAPE IN
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Fine-tuning your system
In most situations, following the speaker placement guidelines (see page 6) for your
Lifestyle® 20 music system provides excellent sound quality.
You do not need to adjust tone settings for changes in volume, since Bose® patented signal
processing technology provides a natural tonal balance over the full range of volume
settings.
Figure 24
Bass and treble controls
If desired, you can further fine-tune your system as described below.
Adjusting speaker controls
The Lifestyle® 20 music system TREBLE and BASS controls are located on the
Acoustimass® module (Figure 24). They allow you to adjust the treble (high frequencies) and
bass (low frequencies). In the normal setting, the dots on each control are in the 12 o’clock
position. You can also locate the normal setting by feeling when the control settles into the
notch at this position. Turn the controls clockwise to increase, and counterclockwise to
decrease, the amount of treble or bass.
Compensating for room acoustics
®
Treble
The acoustics (sound qualities) of your room can affect the overall sound quality of any
speaker system. In general, you can reduce many problems with acoustics by the cautious
use of the TREBLE and BASS controls.
Bass
Too much or too little treble
Rooms with too few sound-absorbing furnishings, especially those with bare floors and
walls, may sound overly shrill or “bright.” Turning down the treble control (toward –)
decreases treble sound.
Rooms with a lot of sound-absorbing furnishings, such as upholstered furniture, wall-to-wall
carpet, or heavy drapes, may reduce the treble sound of your system. Moving speakers
further away from soft furnishings increases treble. You can increase treble sound by slightly
turning up the treble control (toward +).
Too much or too little bass
You can decrease bass sound by turning down the bass control (toward –). To increase
bass, turn up the bass control (toward +).
Acoustimass module placement affects the amount of bass you hear. Placing the module
closer to the corner of the room will increase bass. Moving the module away from the
corner will decrease bass.
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Using two listening zones
How zones work
•
•
•
Figure 25
Example of two listening zones: the
Lifestyle® 20 speakers in zone 1
(living room) and powered speaker
system in zone 2 (bedroom)
Zones 1 and 2 can play different sound sources at the same time – CD, AM/FM tuner,
TAPE, VIDEO sound, or AUX.
Both zones can listen to the same sound source at the same time.
Only one radio station can be played at a time.
Setting up two zones
The Lifestyle® 20 powered speakers are set up in zone 1.
Any combination of rooms and floors in your home can be set up as zones.
Use a Lifestyle® 20 system cable to connect a second Bose® powered speaker system
to the SPEAKERS ZONE 2 jack on the back of the music center.
• You can also use special adapters to connect an existing stereo system.
• Use a second Lifestyle® system remote control to operate zone 2.
See your dealer or contact Bose for information on obtaining additional powered speakers,
remote controls, and adapters for connecting additional equipment.
•
•
•
Living
room
Bedroom
Zone 1
Zone 2
Setting a second remote for zone 2
You need a second remote control, set to ZONE 2, to operate speakers connected to the
ZONE 2 output.
To set your second remote to control speakers in the second zone, follow these steps:
1. Open the remote control battery cover.
2. Locate miniature switch 8 (Figure 26). If it is set down for ZONE 1, slide it up for ZONE
2, using a paper clip, ballpoint pen, or similar object.
3. Make sure the house code switches (1, 2, 3, and 4) match those on your first remote.
(See page 21 for more information on house codes.)
4. Replace the battery cover.
ZONE 1 – switch 8 down
K40
ON
l 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Zone 1 remote
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ZONE 2 – switch 8 up
ON
K40
Speaker code switch settings
l 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Zone 2 remote
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The Lifestyle® 20 music system can direct sound from one or two sound sources to two
different listening areas at the same time. Each listening area, whether a room or a group of
rooms (including outdoor areas), is referred to as a zone. By adding powered speakers and
a second remote, you can establish two listening zones.
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Operating two listening zones
Controlling the zones from the remote controls
To control two zones you need to have remotes set to each zone. See instructions on
page 19 for setting a second remote to zone 2.
• You can select and control sources in each zone by commands from its remote control.
• You can control the volume in each zone directly from its remote control.
• You can turn each zone on and off directly from its remote control.
• You can listen to the same source in both zones.
Controlling the zones from the music center control panel
Turning two zones on and off from the music center involves a sequence of actions.
•
To turn zone 2 on from the music center, press and hold the ON/OFF key.
Watch the display to see which zone is on or off. Release the key to keep the option
shown.
Holding the ON/OFF key causes this repeating sequence:
zone 1
zone 2
First
ON
OFF
Second
ON
ON
Third
OFF
ON
•
To turn the zones on or off from the music center when both zones are on, press the
ON/OFF key for the following sequence:
zone 1
zone 2
ON
ON
First press
OFF
ON
Second press
OFF
OFF
Third press
ON
OFF
Fourth press
OFF
OFF
Additional presses
zone 1 repeats ON and OFF
•
•
•
When zone 1 is on (even if zone 2 is also on), the music center keys control zone 1 only.
When zone 2 is the only zone on, the music center keys control zone 2.
If you press SOURCE SELECT for FM or AM while zone 2 is playing the other radio
band, the band selected in zone 2 flashes on the display. If you do not want to change
the band playing in zone 2, use SOURCE SELECT to choose another source within two
seconds.
The music center display of zone information
• When zone 1 or both zones are on, the display shows zone 1 information.
• When only zone 2 is on, the display shows zone 2 information.
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Changing the house code settings
Each Lifestyle® remote control uses a system of matching house codes to communicate
with its corresponding music center. If your remote’s commands ever conflict with those of
another nearby Lifestyle® system, you can easily set a new house code for your system and
its remote control(s) by following the procedures below.
1. Open the remote control battery cover and locate the miniature switches (Figure 27).
2. To create a new code, change the position of any of switches 1, 2, 3, or 4 by moving
them in the opposite direction from their current settings. Use a paper clip, ball point
pen, or similar object.
Note:Do not change switches 5, 6, or 7 at this time. The manufacturer’s standard setting is
switch 5 up and switches 6 and 7 down.
Figure 27
3. Replace the battery cover.
Miniature switches for setting
house codes and zones
House code switches
ON
K40
l 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
4. Lift the music center door.
5. Turn both zones off.
6. Press and hold the STORE key. The display will begin to flash PROGRAM.
7. While you hold the STORE key and the display is flashing, press any key on the remote
control.
• The display stops flashing and momentarily shows PROGRAM to confirm recognition
of a new house code.
• The display verifies the house code by lighting four rectangles corresponding to the
four switch positions (up or down). See the example in Figure 28.
8. Release the STORE key. The system remains off.
9. If you have additional remote controls, change the switches to match those of the first
remote control. It is not necessary to repeat steps 4-8.
Figure 28
Display confirming an example of
house code setting (switch 1 up,
switches 2, 3, and 4 down)
Note:To verify your system’s house code, press STORE while the system is off. The display
confirms the settings of switches 1-4.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
What to do
System does not
function at all
• Make sure the power connector is plugged securely into the music
center, the power cord is plugged securely into the Acoustimass®
module, the power pack and power cord are plugged securely into
operating AC wall outlets, and the module power switch is on.
• Be sure to select a source (CD, AM/FM, etc.).
• Unplug the music center power pack for a minute, then reconnect it.
This allows the unit to reset itself after a power surge or power
interruption.
• If the system is not responding, press STORE, ERASE, and ON/OFF
(on the music center) at the same time, to reset the system.
No sound
• Make sure the audio input cable is firmly seated in the music center
SPEAKER ZONE 1 jack and the multi-pin connector on the other end
is firmly seated in the Acoustimass module AUDIO INPUT jack.
• Make sure the module power switch is in the ON position.
• Check the cables connecting the Jewel CubeTM speakers to the
Acoustimass module.
• Turn the music center off for ten seconds, then on again, to restore
communication between the music center and the speakers.
• Check the connections for any external components. Make sure to
select the correct source for the desired input.
• Be sure the CD is placed correctly, label-side up, in the magazine,
and the magazine is inserted properly in the music center.
• 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.
• Disconnect any headphones.
• Connect the FM and AM antennas.
Remote control
is inconsistent
or does not work
• Check batteries and their polarity (+ and –). See page 10.
• Operate the remote control closer to the music center.
• Move the remote (or the music center) a few feet to avoid an area of
“dead spots.” See note on page 13.
• Make sure the remote control and music center house codes match.
Follow steps 4-8 on page 21 to match the house code settings.
Unit turns on
• Change the house code setting to prevent signals from conflicting
and off by itself,
with another nearby Lifestyle® system. See page 21 for instructions
or behaves erratically
on setting the house code.
Radio does not work • Make sure antennas are connected properly.
• Adjust antenna position to improve reception.
• AM antenna must be upright.
• You may be in an area of weak signal coverage.
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What to do
CD does not play
• Check to see if the play symbol
in the display is lit.
• After pressing the CD key, wait a few seconds before pressing PLAY.
• Make sure the magazine is properly inserted.
• Check to see if there is a disc in the magazine, label-side up. Display
shows a flashing box for a disc that is label-side down or cannot be
read.
• The disc may be defective. Try another disc.
• There may be dirt or dust on the CD. Clean the CD.
• Eject the magazine and try loading the CD again.
• A display message “E01” indicates a mechanical error. Unplug the
music center. Reconnect power and try again. If “E01” reappears,
call customer service.
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Problem
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 components connected
to the music center.
No tape, CD, VCR,
or TV sound
• Check the connections.
• Make sure the component is turned on.
• Refer to the component owner’s manual.
Transporting your music center
To transport your music center, follow these steps to lock down the CD mechanism.
1. Eject the CD magazine.
2. Make sure the music center is off (all zones).
3. On the music center, press STORE, ERASE, and PLAY/PAUSE at the same time. Then
release.
4. Press and hold the EJECT button for 10 seconds. The CD elevator moves into locked down
position.
5. If you hear the elevator continue to move up and down, wait 10 seconds and then repeat
steps 3 and 4.
The CD mechanism unlocks automatically the next time you select CD.
Warranty period
The Bose® Lifestyle® 20 music system is covered by a limited 1-year transferable warranty.
Details of the warranty are provided on the warranty card that came with your system. Please fill
out the information section on the card and mail it to Bose.
Customer service
For additional help in solving problems, contact Bose customer service. See the inside back
cover for Bose Corporation customer service offices and phone numbers.
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Taking care of your Lifestyle 20 music system
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®
The only maintenance needed is cleaning the system and your compact discs, and replacing remote control batteries.
For information on replacing the remote control batteries see “Set up the remote control” on
page 10.
Handling CDs
Figure 29
Handle discs by their edges to prevent fingerprints and scratches (Figure 29).
Handling a CD
To remove stains or fingerprints from the surface of a disc, use a lint-free, soft, dry cloth.
Wipe in straight movements from the center of the disc to the outside (Figure 30). Do not
use any chemical products; they can damage the disc.
Do not write on, or attach labels to the surface of the disc.
To minimize exposure to dust and dirt, replace discs in their cases after use. Store each disc
in its case, out of direct sunlight, high temperatures, and humidity.
Cleaning the music center
Use only a soft, dry cloth to clean the outside of the Lifestyle® music center.
Do not use any solvents, chemicals, or cleaning solutions containing alcohol, ammonia, or
abrasives. Do not allow liquids to spill into any openings. Do not use any sprays near the
system.
Figure 30
Cleaning a CD
Cleaning the speakers
Clean the surface of your speakers with a soft, damp cloth. You can use an ammonia-free
window cleaner on a soft cloth to maintain the finish.
Do not use any sprays near the system. Do not use any solvents, chemicals, or cleaning
solutions containing alcohol, ammonia, or abrasives. Do not allow liquids to spill into any
openings.
The speaker grille panels require no special care, although you may vacuum them carefully,
if necessary.
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Product Information
Technical information
USA/Canada: 120V~ 60 Hz 25VA
Europe: 230V~ 50 Hz 25VA
Australia: 240V~ 50 Hz 25VA
Dual voltage: 120V~ 60 Hz 25VA and
230V~ 50 Hz 25VA
Speaker system power rating
USA/Canada: 120V~ 50/60 Hz 350W
Europe/Australia: 220-240V~ 50/60 Hz 350W
Dual voltage: 115/230V~ 50/60 Hz 350W
Music center inputs
Remote control range
65 feet (20 m)
Dimensions
Music center
15.5" W x 8.0" D x 2.6" H
(39.4 cm x 20.3 cm x 6.6 cm)
Jewel CubeTM speaker
2.2" W x 3.2" D x 4.4" H
(5.6 cm x 8.1 cm x 11.2 cm)
Acoustimass® module
23.3" W x 7.5" D x 14.0" H
(59.0 cm x 19.0 cm x 35.5 cm)
TAPE: 2Vrms, maximum
Weights
AUX, VIDEO SOUND: 2Vrms, maximum
Music center
FM antenna: 75Ω
5.9 lb (2.7 kg)
AM antenna: 12µH
Jewel Cube speaker
POWER: 12V~, 1.3A
Music center outputs
Variable audio: SPEAKER ZONES 1 and 2
Fixed audio: ZONE 1, ZONE 2, TAPE
English
Music center power pack
power rating
1 lb (0.5 kg)
Acoustimass module
33 lb (15.0 kg)
Total shipping weight
52 lb (23.6 kg)
Headphone: 32Ω minimum impedance
SERIAL DATA: for future use
Finish
Zone connector pinout:
Music center
1: variable left audio
8
7
6
2: variable right audio
3: fixed left audio
5
4
3
4: fixed right audio
5: audio ground
2
1
6: +10V control line
7: SMART SPEAKER data
8: control line ground (and remote antenna)
Aluminum
Jewel Cube speakers
Polymer, painted
Acoustimass module
Vinyl veneer, Polymer
Accessories
To find out about mounting brackets, stands, CD magazines, additional remote controls,
and connecting additional Bose® powered loudspeakers, contact your Bose dealer. Or call
Bose directly (see inside back cover for phone numbers).
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English
Index
A
accessories 25
Acoustimass® module 2-8, 11, 18, 22
adapter plug 8
AM antenna 5, 9, 22, 25
AM/FM 4, 11, 12, 16, 17, 22
antenna 5, 9, 22, 23, 25
audio input cable 5, 7, 22
AUX 12, 17, 19, 25
auxiliary 4
B
BASS control 18
batteries 5, 10, 22, 24
C
cable 2, 5-8, 22, 23
CD 5, 8, 9, 11-17, 19, 22-25
CD changer 4, 12, 14, 15
CD magazine 5, 14, 15
cleaning 24
compact disc 11, 14
connections 7-9, 22-24
controls 2, 6, 12, 13, 18, 21, 25
customer service 7, 23
D
display 10, 11, 14-17, 20-22
dual voltage 5, 7, 8, 10, 25
E
EJECT button 15
ERASE 10, 13, 16
error message 15, 22
F
FM antenna 5, 9, 25
H
headphones 17, 22
house codes 10, 21
J
Jewel CubeTM speakers 5, 6, 7, 22, 25
L
laserdisc player 4, 8, 17
listening zone 4, 7, 12, 16, 19, 20
M
magazine 5, 12, 14, 15, 22
music center 2-17, 12, 19-25
MUTE 11, 12, 22
MUTE ALL 11, 12
N
NEXT DISC 12, 15
O
ON/OFF 12, 20
26
P
PAUSE 12, 15
PHONES jack 17
placement 6, 18
PLAY 8, 11, 12, 14, 15, 22
port 6
power cord 5, 8, 11, 22
power pack 5, 8, 10, 11, 22, 25
preset radio station 11, 12, 13, 16
R
radio 2, 4, 11-13, 16, 22
radio channel spacing 10
radio station presets 13
RANDOM 12, 15
remote control 4, 5, 10, 12-17, 19-24, 25
room compensation controls 18
rubber feet 5, 6
S
safety information 2
serial number 3, 5
SKIP 12, 15, 16
SOURCE SELECT 12, 15-17
speaker cable 6, 7, 23
speaker placement 6, 18
station presets 13, 16
STOP 12, 15
STORE 13, 16, 21
switches 10, 19, 21
T
TAPE 8, 12, 17, 19, 25
tape deck 4, 8, 12, 17
TREBLE control 18
troubleshooting 22
TUNE 13, 15, 16
tuner 12, 19
tuning 16, 18
turntable 8
TV 4, 6, 8, 23
U
unpack 5
V
VCR 4, 8, 23
ventilation 6
VIDEO 12, 17, 19, 25
video sound 4, 8, 12, 17, 25
voltage 2, 5, 8, 10, 25
voltage selector switch 7
VOLUME 11, 12, 17
volume 11, 12, 17, 18, 22
W
warranty 3, 23
Z
zones 4, 7, 11, 12, 16, 17, 19-22, 25
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World Wide Web
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The Mountain, Framingham, MA 01701-9168 USA
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