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Please save this guideUnauthorized alterations may compromise safety, regulatory compliance,It is best to avoid extreme volume when using headphones,Notes. The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within anThe exclamation point within an equilateral triangle alertsDo not recharge,Replace only with batteries of the correctNot suitable for children under age 3.It is neither designed norBatteries. Please dispose of used batteries properly, following anyThis product conforms to all EU Directive requirements asAdditional safety information. See the additional instructions on the Important Safety. Information sheet enclosed in the shipping carton.This equipment has been tested and found to comply with theChanges or modifications not expressly approved by Bose. Corporation could void the user’s authority to operate thisBose recommends that you record the system serial numbersSerial numbers are located on the bottom of the controlSerial numbers. Retailer information. Please keep your sales receipt and a copy of your Product. Registration card together with this guide. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) ThisYou acknowledge that the Product is not fault tolerant and is notYou specificallyUnintended Applications. Accordingly, Bose disclaims all liability,Unintended Applications. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. HDMI and the HDMI logo are trademarks or registeredXbox is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation. TiVo is aOther trademarks areApple is not responsible for the operation of this device or itsU.S. and other countries. All other marks are registeredNo part of this work may be reproduced, modified, distributed, or otherwise used without prior written permission.System features. If you need help. Using the click pad. Finding source and system controls. Selecting on-screen functions. Using the navigation pad. Power light. Headphones output. Control buttons. Front USB input. Front HDMI input. Starting the system.

Shutting down the system..................Playback controls. Source power and program guideSystem and source options. Channel number entry. Changing the image view. Audio without video. Playing an iPod or iPhone mobile digital device. Using the front console inputs. Listening to a Bose link input device..........Descriptions of options. Exit Options. Source Sound. Source Power. Playback Controls. Game Mode. Audio Compression. Audio Track. Volume offset. Source smoothing. Source overscan. Digit Queue. Video Settings..........................Troubleshooting. Resetting the system. Pairing the remote with the console. Performing a system software update. Contacting customer service. Limited warranty. Technical information......................Dansk. Deutsch. Espanol. Francais. Italiano. Nederlands. SvenskaIf you need helpIf you have questions while operating your new system,By now you should have successfully set up yourThis guide describes your new remote control andSystem featuresIf you experience any operating difficulties, be sure toRegistering your product enables you to receiveIt also allows us to sendPlease follow the instructions on your Product. Registration Card to register. Failure to register will notNederlands. English. Dansk. Overview. This unique radio frequency remote provides only theSee “Using the navigationDansk. Svenska. The click pad is the flat track that runs around thePlacing your thumb on the click pad opens a controlThe control frame providesThe Unify remote and these controls replace the remoteThe control frame disappears shortly after lifting yourControl frame (example only - actual frame may differ). Click padNederlands. When you place your thumb anywhere on the click pad,For example, if you place yourUsing the navigation pad. Moves the highlight in a menuTo use any function, glide your thumb along the trackAfter opening a menu or program guide using the clickPress the OK button to select the highlighted item.

Note: DO NOT press the OK button to activate a controlNote: The navigation pad is not used with any controlDansk. Turns system power on or off. SourceIncreases system volume. Red.Off. Blinking green.Starting up. Steady green.On and ready to use. Amber.Off and charging an iPod. Setup. Right (R) audio channel (red). Left (L) or mono audio channel (white). Composite video (yellow)Front USB input. Used for viewing photo files from a USB deviceAlso used for updatingSelects system sources. Used for temporarily connecting an HDMI deviceHeadphones output. Accepts stereo headphones with a 3.5 mm stereoNederlands. You can turn on the system using the power button onYou can also use theUsing the power button. Press the power button on the remote or on theThe power light on the control console changes fromTo keep energy consumption to a minimum, the systemThe power light on the monitor changes from red toIt turns offMonitor power light. Using the source select button. Pressing the remote source select button turns on theUsing the Setup button. Pressing the Setup button on the control console turnsConsole power light. Shutting down the system. To turn off the system including the connectedDansk. SvenskaDuring the setup process you may have connected an. These would typically be connected to inputs 1-5 onYour connected devices will appear in the SOURCEThe currently selected source is highlighted asHighlightedNederlands. DanskIf you programmed the system to control a connectedThe left side of the control frame has a source powerPlayback controls. Playback controls are placed along the bottom of theDevice. Playback controls. List. Displays playlist of favorites. Guide. Displays program guide. Page. Moves the display up one page. Moves the display down one page. Exit. Exits the menu and returns to normal viewing. DVR, or DVD, that name replaces “Device.”Dansk. SvenskaChannel number entry.

The right side of the control frame has buttons forThe number buttons along the top of the control frameNumber buttonsPerforms functions for interactiveOptions” on page 14. Digit queue. To enter a channel number, click on each number toYou can thenThe digit queue, which is set at the factory to hold fourNederlands. DanskAudio without video. Select the image view button in the controlThe picture format will changeWhen you only want to listen to the system audio youNormalAuto-Wide. Fills width of the screen withoutStretch 1. Stretches video image evenlyStretch 2. Stretches the edges of theZoom. Enlarges the video image (pressGray Bars. Places vertical gray bars on theTo remove the video, press and hold the remoteWhile the screen is blank the monitor power light isTo restore the video, press and release the powerDansk. SvenskaUse the controls on the remote control or along theUp one menu itemYour system can play audio and video content from aBe sure to dock your iPod before attempting toDown one menu itemRemoteYour iPod menus and content appear on the left side ofUp one menu level (if playing video,Down one menu levelPage. Up one page. Down one page. Play. Pause. MonitorStop. Next track or audio bookmark. Previous track or audio bookmark. Fast forward. Fast rewindNederlands. DanskThese inputs appear inThese inputsFront USB input. Your system can display photo files (.jpg or.jpeg formatUse the controls on the remote control or along theUp one menu itemDown one menu itemUp one folder level, or exit andRemoteWhen selecting the USB source, folders appear at theSelecting a folder displays its contents. MonitorDown one folder levelPlay slideshowPage. Up nine items. Down nine itemsPlay slideshow of highlighted folder. Pause slideshow. Exit slideshow and return toNext image. Previous imageDansk. SvenskaFront HDMI input.

You can use this input for devices that have an HDMIYou need to use the controlsListening to a Bose link inputYou can use the system to listen to content from a BoseConnect that product to the. Bose link IN connector on the rear panel of the controlBe sure to connect your Bose link device beforeIt will not appear in the. SOURCE list until it is connected.Nederlands. Changing settings. Available settings. The OPTIONS menu allows you to change devicerelated and system settings. The items listed in theThe following describes the settings that are availableExit Options. Exits the menu and returns to normal viewing. ThisSource Sound. Changes how the source audio is output by the system. Highlighted option. Original. Stereo if source is stereoAlternative. 5-channels (for a 2- or 5-channel source). Enhanced Mono. Simulated surround if source is monaural. Selected setting. Source PowerManual. Current device must be manually turnedDansk. Determines if the playback controls appear on theIncreases the volume level of the selected source. Hide. Removes controls. Applies a level of motion smoothing to reduce jumpy orImproves the video performance for game consoles. On. Improves video performance. Adjusts the system audio for movie viewing. Enhance Dialog. Improves the clarity of movie dialogs. Smart Volume. Reduces the range of volume levels so theAudio Track. Provides track selection controls for 2-channel audioTrack 2. Selects track 2. Both Tracks. Selects tracks 1 and 2. Not Available. Automatically selected when only oneNone. Smoothing off. Low. Less smoothing. High. More smoothing. Turns overscan on or off for the current video source. Off. No overscan applied. Specifies the number of digits to hold in the queueOff. No digit queueNederlands. Synchronizes audio with the video by adjusting theVideo Settings. Provides video presets for day and night ambient lightNight. Night time video presetBasic video adjustments. Brightness, Contrast, Color and Tint. 0 to 100.

Monitor Backlight. 0 to 10. Gamma and color adjustments. Gamma. -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3Dansk. After performing the initial system setup using theSetup mode. Menu item. Function performed. Device setupThe Unify system menu. To display the Unify system menu, press the SetupTo exit the menu at any time, press the source selectMenu item. Resume initialReturns to the interactive setupRestart initialStarts the interactive setup processLanguage. Changes the language of the onscreen display. ADAPTiQ. Runs the ADAPTiQ audio calibrationPlay demo movie. Add a new device Adds a new device or accessory toUpdate. Performs a system software updateTeach modeSends IR codes to program a learningExit Unify. Returns you to the last sourceNederlands. DanskCleaning. A low-battery message appears on the monitor whenWhen replacingYou can wipe the outside surfaces using a soft dryBattery compartment coverAAA (IEC-LR3) batteries (2)Dansk. SvenskaProblem. What to do. System doesn’t doIt should blink with each press. If not, see “Pairing the remote with the console” on page 21. I can not control a device IPress the Setup button on the control console. Select the device optionsSee “Performing a system software update” on page 21. No sound. Increase the volume. Press the Mute button ( ) and make sure your system is not muted. Check the input connections on the control console. Make sure that you have selected the right source.No sound from a connectedNederlands. DanskWhat to do. Sound is marred by a loudIntermittent audio dropoutsDansk. SvenskaPerforming a system software updateSystem software updates are available periodically andThe power light on the control console changes toThe power lightUpdate.Pairing the remote with the consoleIf not, press theThe power lightContacting customer service. Customer Service. See the address sheet included inNederlands.

DanskYour Video Wave 46 HDTV home entertainment system isSee your product registration cardFailure to do so will not affect yourWhat you must do to obtain limited warranty service. Return the product, with proof of purchase from an authorized. Bose dealer, using the following procedures:Return Authorization Number.Cartons not bearing a. Return Authorization Number, where required, will be refused. Technical information. Remote control. Frequency: 2.4 GHz. Range: 33 ft (10 m). Control console power supply rating. AC input: 100-240V. DC output: 12VMonitor rating. International: 220-240VThis product contains one or more free or open source softwareTo read this file, youTo receive a copy of the source code for the open sourceCorporation, The Mountain, Framingham, MA 01701-9168. Bose. Corporation will distribute such source code to you on a disc forAll of the aboveThis offer is valid for a period ofBose Corporation.Dansk. SvenskaNederlands. Framingham, MA 01701-9168 USA. AM000000 Rev.00PDF Version: 1.4. Linearized: Yes. Page Mode: UseOutlines. XMP Toolkit: Adobe XMP Core 4.0-c316 44.253921, Sun Oct 01 2006 17:14:39. Creator Tool: FrameMaker 8.0. Modify Date: 2010:05:07 10:02:54-04:00. Create Date: 2010:03:11 10:57:14Z. Metadata Date: 2010:05:07 10:02:54-04:00. Title: Creator: rw8151. Producer: Acrobat Distiller 8.2.0 (Windows). Document ID: uuid:6a6bdc8c-c4de-4091-b46c-7cedc77dd5fd. Instance ID: uuid:0f682046-2a73-4867-89a1-9db2d5ed637d. Page Count: 30. Author: rw8151. WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose the system to rain or moisture.The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle, as marked on the system, is intended to alert the userCAUTION: To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to wide slot, insert fully. Class 1 laser product. This compact disc player is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT. The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT label is located on the bottom of the unit.

The compact disc player should not be adjusted or repaired by anyoneClass B emissions limits. This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment. Regulations. Batteries. Please dispose of used batteries properly, following any local regulations. Do not incinerate. Additional safety information. See the additional instructions on the Important Safety Information page enclosed with 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,Save your owner’s guide for future reference. No part of this work may be reproduced, modified, distributed or otherwise used without prior written permission. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories, Inc. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories, Inc. All rights reserved. This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by method claims of certain U.S. patents and other intellectualUse of this copyright protection technology must be authorizedCorporation. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited. MPEG Layer-3 audio compression technology licensed by Fraunhofer IIS and THOMSON multimediaWelcomeNote: Because DVD is a new technology, please take the time to read through this manualRegion numbers. Region numbers are allocated to DVD players according to where they are sold. Look for theYour system canTypes of discs you can play. The DVD player in your system can play the following types of discs having theConventions used in this owner’s guide. Operating instructions include names of buttons on the remote control and on the Media. Center front panel, and menu items appearing on your TV screen and on the Media CenterButton names appear in boldface type. If a button has only a symbol, that will be used. On-Screen Display messages appear in boldface with a line above and below.

MEDIA CENTER DISPLAY items are represented by a narrow boldface upper case type. Glossary of termsThe remote control. The advanced radio-frequency remote control works from anywhere within most types ofYou do not need to aim the remote atNote: Some types of buildings create “dead spots” where the remote will not operate. MoveYou can also move the media center a few feet to aOn. Off. Mute. All. Tape. TV Input. Turns the system on and off. Mutes the volume in both zones. On. OffPower. PowerGuide. Settings. Tune. Enter. Seek. Channel. Chapter. Preset. Track. Volume. Switches between FM and AM when the tuner is on. Selects the TAPE AUDIO INPUT and turns the system on. PreviousStopPower. Repeat. ShufflePowerTV - Turns the system on and selects your TV as the sound source. UnmutesUnmutes the volume in the current zone. Toggles the input of your VCRUnmutes the volume in theOn. Displays the context-sensitive menu for the current source.Displays or exits the current title’s menu from the DVD disc. For DVD: Displays the menu of all titles on a DVD disc. For TV: Displays the electronic program guide of TV listings. Exits the electronic program guide of TV listings, the menu from a DVDEnter. In the Settings menu: Selects the next item, up or down, in the menu.Enter. In the Settings menu: Selects menu item to the left or right. Moves. In the Settings menu: Enters the current option in a menu list. EntersMute. TV InputPower. Previous. StopPlay. ShuffleChannel. TrackRaises or lowers the volume of the current source. Unmutes the current source in the current zone. By a numerical input, allows you to access a DVD chapter, CD track. TV channel, VCR channel, AUX channel, or a radio station preset. Skips to the previous DVD chapter, CD track, TV channel, VCR channel, AUX channel, or radio station preset.PLAYBACK controls. Stops the disc player. If left unchanged for more than 20 minutes, the systemMute.