Bose Lifestyle 5 Series II [6/22] Setting up your Lifestyle® Stereo Amplifier

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Setting up your Lifestyle
Stereo Amplifier
Before you begin
Thank you for purchasing the Lifestyle
stereo amplier. The Lifestyle
stereo amplier provides you with a
simple solution when you want to add Bose
non-powered environmental speakers or Bose non-powered
accessory speakers to your Lifestyle
system. Bose proprietary Integrated Signal Processing technology,
featured in the amplier, ensures full, rich stereo sound, even when the speakers are playing at low volumes.
By using the Lifestyle
stereo amplier to expand your system, you can enjoy Bose quality sound and Life-
system convenience in your yard, patio, swimming deck, garage, or utility room.
Unpacking the carton
To avoid danger of suffocation, keep the plastic bags out of the reach of children.
Carefully unpack the shipping carton. Make sure the shipping carton for your Lifestyle
stereo amplier
includes the parts identied in Figure 1. We recommend saving all packing materials. You may need them
later. The original packing materials provide the safest way to transport this product.
Locate the serial number on the bottom panel of the amplifier, and write it in the appropriate blank on
page 3.
If any part of the product appears to be damaged, do not attempt to use it. Contact your authorized Bose
dealer immediately, or call Bose Customer Service. Refer to the address list enclosed in the product packag-
ing for correct phone numbers.
Figure 1
Contents of the shipping
Use only the power cord supplied with your Lifestyle
stereo amplifier. If the power cord does not fit
your power (mains) outlet, DO NOT alter the plug in any way. Contact Bose Customer Service for assistance.
The Lifestyle
stereo amplifier is designed for use with Bose non-powered environmental speakers or
Bose non-powered accessory speakers ONLY.
If you purchased a dual voltage unit, DO NOT plug it into an AC (mains) outlet until you check
the position of the voltage selection switch on the rear panel of the product. Using the wrong voltage setting
may cause damage to your product. See “Checking to see if you have a dual voltage Lifestyle
amplifier” on
page 15.
The Lifestyle
stereo amplifier includes a 120V AC (mains) power cord for use in the USA and Canada,
or the appropriate 230V or 240V power cord for international use. Dual voltage units include a 120V
power cord and a 230V plug adapter. See “Checking to see if you have a dual voltage Lifestyle
fier” on page 15 for instructions on setting the dual-voltage selection switch.
stereo amplier
Owners guide
30-ft audio input cable
Power cord*
USA/Canada (120V)
Europe (230V)
UK/Singapore (230V) Australia (240V)
plug adaptor