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LIFESTYLE® V35/V25 HOME ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEMS LIFESTYLE® T20/T10 HOME THEATER SYSTEMS LIFESTYLE® 235 HOME ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM Operating Guide Supplement This supplement is for new and existing owners of LIFESTYLE® V35, V25, T20, T10, and 235 systems; it does not apply to VIDEOWAVE® systems. New owners can quickly identify differences from the Operating Guide. Existing owners can identify changes from what they are accustomed to seeing. Those who also own a 3D TV and 3D-capable source device(s) can learn about the LIFESTYLE® system 3D video features.
Source menu The SOURCE menu allows you to select your connected devices. When there are more than 10 selections in the SOURCE menu (more than 10 sources are connected to the system), an arrow appears either at the top or bottom of the menu. To select a connected device: 1. Press the SOURCE button on the remote to display the list of connected devices on your TV. If more sources are available than are displayed, an arrow appears at the bottom (or top) of the list. 2.
Continue pressing the SOURCE button to move the highlight down the list to the source you want to select. You also can use the up
navigation buttons on the remote control to select a source.
More sources available (up)
More sources available (down)
MORE buttons When there are more than 13 available button functions in the More display, an arrow appears either at the left or right end of the menu to indicate that there are available button functions that are not displayed.
Available More buttons (left)
Available More buttons (right)
Viewing and activating MORE button functions 1. Press the MORE button on the remote. 2. Using the left or right navigation buttons on the remote control, highlight the button whose function you want to activate. If an arrow appears at the end of the list, continue pressing the left or right navigation button to scroll to the remaining button functions. 3. Press the OK button on the remote control. More buttons have been updated for several of the functions, shown in the table below. All other button functions are the same as in the Owner’s Guide. Old button(s)
Function Accesses Red, Green, Yellow, or Blue functions on Blu-ray Disc™ players, cable and other set-top boxes, and Teletext devices. (Europe only).
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Function Displays a playlist of recorded programs on a PVR. Switches tuners in a multi-tuner device. Allows you to enter a 3-digit channel number (Japan only).
Note: The More buttons may appear to be larger than with previous software versions.
3D Video Features Note: The 3D video features do not apply to VIDEOWAVETM systems. Your Bose® LIFESTYLE® system is now compatible with 3D video. You need only to connect a 3D TV and a 3D-capable Blu-ray Disc™ player, game console, cable box, or other source device to your LIFESTYLE® system to start enjoying 3D movies, broadcasts, or games. When connected to the appropriate 3D source(s) and a 3D TV, your LIFESTYLE® system automatically displays 3D video. Please see your source device and TV owner’s guides for additional information. This guide identifies and explains specific LIFESTYLE® system displays that have been added or modified to accommodate 3D video. For instructions on 2D operation, please refer to the Setup and Operating Guides that came with your LIFESTYLE® system. For additional help in solving problems, contact Bose Customer Service. See the address sheet included in the carton. Before you can enjoy the 3D viewing experience, you must connect a 3D-capable TV and source device to your LIFESTYLE® system. For instructions on connecting devices, please refer to the Setup Guide that came with your LIFESTYLE® system.
No video format choices when viewing 3D video When displaying 3D video, the Image View button does not display a menu of video formatting choices. This is because the shape of the video cannot be changed when watching 3D video.
Updated system options Three of the system options have been modified to accommodate 3D video. They are in the table below. All other system options are the same as in the Operating Guide.
Note: A/V Sync is replaced by 2D A/V Sync and 3D A/V Sync. Updated OPTIONS Factory settings are in bold type. Option Source Overscan (2D only)
Available Settings On ............................. Applies video overscan to the current video source Off ............................. Video source unaffected When a 3D source is playing, “Not Available” will be displayed instead of an overscan value.
2D A/V Sync (2D only)
3D A/V Sync (3D only)
Video Output (2D only)
Adjusts the audio delay to synchronize audio with the 2D video –2 to Normal to +5 Adjusts the audio delay to synchronize audio with the 3D video –2 to Normal to +5 Changes the resolution (Standard/720p/1080i/1080p) of the video signal sent to your TV (only settings supported by your TV appear as options). When a 3D source is playing, the output resolution will always match the resolution of the connected 3D source.