Home Entertainment System

Home Entertainment System

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Home Entertainment System

FAQs What is the ADAPTiQ audio calibration system? The ADAPTiQ audio calibration system is a proprietary Bose technology that customizes your Lifestyle system’s sound to the unique size, shape and furnishings of the room it’s in to ensure it delivers a high-quality performance. How does the Unify intelligent integration system work? Once a video connection is made between the Lifestyle control console and your TV, the Unify system walks you through initial system setup, step by step. As you’re connecting components to the control console, the system recommends the best connectors via onscreen messages. It even confirms that the connection was made properly. The Unify system is available at any time to help you connect and/or disconnect your entertainment sources and program your remote. Can Lifestyle systems upscale video? No, Lifestyle systems do not upscale video. Are Lifestyle systems compatible with 4K video? Yes, your Lifestyle system supports 4K resolution. Which audio formats do Lifestyle systems support? Lifestyle systems support Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS and Multichannel PCM. Is it possible to adjust bass and treble? Yes. The bass can be controlled with the bass button on the universal remote control or via the settings menu in the SoundTouch app. The bass, treble, center and surround levels can be adjusted through the universal remote control. What is the range of the wireless link between the console and the Acoustimass module? The wireless range between the console and the Acoustimass module is about 30 feet (9 meters). Can the Acoustimass module be wired? Yes. The Acoustimass module can be wired to the console with a 3.5 mm shielded audio cable. What placement guidelines should be considered to ensure optimal audio performance of the Acoustimass module? For best sound quality, the Acoustimass module should be placed on the floor against the same wall as the television and center channel, with an electrical outlet nearby for the power cord. The module should not be placed on a shelf or table. Do Lifestyle systems have Bluetooth® and NFC built-in? Yes. The NFC chip is built-in in the control console near the Bose logo on top of the console. Do the speakers need to be hard-wired to the Lifestyle control console? The front left and right satellite speakers and the center speaker need to be hard-wired to the console. The rear speakers connect wirelessly using the wireless connectors. The connectors have a range of about 32 ft (about 10 m) and connect via a proprietary 2.4GHz radio. What kind of batteries does the remote control use? The remote uses 4 alkaline AAA batteries. How do I access SoundTouch music with the universal remote? You access SoundTouch music by selecting the “SoundTouch” button or select it from the source menu—similar to how you access other entertainment sources. From there, you can select one of your presets or browse the Recents list. The 1 through 6 buttons on the remote also will play a preset once the system is turned on and the SoundTouch source is selected. Can I stream video from the Internet, like Netflix, to the Lifestyle system using SoundTouch? No. SoundTouch is designed to stream audio/music formats only. It does not stream Internet-video sources or videos stored on a computer. For this, you would need to use a streaming device such as Apple TV or Roku.

Home Entertainment System

What is the ADAPTiQ audio calibration system? The ADAPTiQ audio calibration system is a proprietary Bose technology that customizes your Lifestyle system’s sound to the unique size, shape and furnishings of the room it’s in to ensure it delivers a high-quality performance. How does the Unify intelligent integration system work? Once a video connection is made between the Lifestyle control console and your TV, the Unify system walks you through initial system setup, step by step. As you’re connecting components to the control console, the system recommends the best connectors via onscreen messages. It even confirms that the connection was made properly. The Unify system is available at any time to help you connect and/or disconnect your entertainment sources and program your remote. Can Lifestyle systems upscale video? No, Lifestyle systems do not upscale video. Are Lifestyle systems compatible with 4K video? Yes, your Lifestyle system supports 4K resolution. Which audio formats do Lifestyle systems support? Lifestyle systems support Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS and Multichannel PCM. Is it possible to adjust bass and treble? Yes. The bass can be controlled with the bass button on the universal remote control or via the settings menu in the SoundTouch app. The bass, treble, center and surround levels can be adjusted through the universal remote control. What is the range of the wireless link between the console and the Acoustimass module? The wireless range between the console and the Acoustimass module is about 30 feet (9 meters). Can the Acoustimass module be wired? Yes. The Acoustimass module can be wired to the console with a 3.5 mm shielded audio cable. What placement guidelines should be considered to ensure optimal audio performance of the Acoustimass module? For best sound quality, the Acoustimass module should be placed on the floor against the same wall as the television and center channel, with an electrical outlet nearby for the power cord. The module should not be placed on a shelf or table. Do Lifestyle systems have Bluetooth® and NFC built-in? Yes. The NFC chip is built-in in the control console near the Bose logo on top of the console. Do the speakers need to be hard-wired to the Lifestyle control console? The front left and right satellite speakers and the center speaker need to be hard-wired to the console. The rear speakers connect wirelessly using the wireless connectors. The connectors have a range of about 32 ft (about 10 m) and connect via a proprietary 2.4GHz radio. What kind of batteries does the remote control use? The remote uses 4 alkaline AAA batteries. How do I access SoundTouch music with the universal remote? You access SoundTouch music by selecting the “SoundTouch” button or select it from the source menu—similar to how you access other entertainment sources. From there, you can select one of your presets or browse the Recents list. The 1 through 6 buttons on the remote also will play a preset once the system is turned on and the SoundTouch source is selected. Can I stream video from the Internet, like Netflix, to the Lifestyle system using SoundTouch? No. SoundTouch is designed to stream audio/music formats only. It does not stream Internet-video sources or videos stored on a computer. For this, you would need to use a streaming device such as Apple TV or Roku.

Let’s say you’re the sort of person who wants the best home theater sound system and cost is no option. You’ll pay whatever it takes so you can finally watch Captain America: Civil War and hear every crash and bang of Cap’s shield with perfect clarity. If this describes you (and feel free to replace our pick with any amazing movie), then you need to take a long hard the Bose Lifestyle 650 Home Entertainment System.The Bose Lifestyle 650 is the top-of-the-line 5.1 surround system from one of the most trusted names in audio. This system looks incredible with four small and sleek “OmniJewel” satellite speakers, a 21-inch center channel speaker, a subwoofer and a receiver. The system comes in both black and white, to help you match it to your room. These components combine to create an immersive 360-degree soundscape that will bring your movies, music and TV to life. On top of this, there’s an audio calibration feature, so you can fine-tune every sonic detail based on the shape and echoes of your room.Most reviewers have been quite happy with the 650, but some have said there was an early software bug that created occasional disconnects between the receiver and speakers. Bose says this issue has been resolved with a software update and based on their reputation, we believe them.
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Once a video connection is made between the Lifestyle control console and your TV, the Unify system walks you through initial system setup, step by step. As you’re connecting components to the control console, the system recommends the best connectors via onscreen messages. It even confirms that the connection was made properly. The Unify system is available at any time to help you connect and/or disconnect your entertainment sources and program your remote.