Using the System menu, the following system settings can be adjusted as needed.
Bass Compensation: Low-frequency reproduction, default is set to Normal (0), can vary from -9 to +14
Treble Compensation: High-frequency reproduction, default is set to Normal (0), can vary from -9 to +14
Audio Processing: "Automatic" can be changed to "User Adjustable," which allows additional options in the Settings list
Input Levels: Analog or digital input from TV, VCR, CBL·SAT or AUX, default is set to Normal (0), can vary from -6 to +6. Allows you to set your device volume levels to be balanced with internal source volumes
ADAPTiQ®: Set to Off—or On if ADAPTiQ audio calibration has been run. To override ADAPTiQ effects, choose "Erase"
Expansion Protocol: Not for use unless it is indicated by a Bose technician. Only used with legacy Bose® products
CBL·SAT/VCR Audio: Can be set for TV stereo instead of 5.1 reproduction
* Listening to an audio source while you make audio adjustments can be useful in fine-tuning your selections.
TV Power: Manual TV On/Off can be changed to Automatic. For a TV connected by SCART, the choice is EURO
TV Power Status: Indicates TV sensor detection after TV Power is set to Automatic. Otherwise, this is not adjustable
Widescreen TV: Allows you to change from a normal screen (4:3) to a widescreen (16:9) format
Widescreen DVDs: Allows you to change from the original DVD format to one for a normal screen (4:3) (only applies to some discs)
Video Connector: Can change to reflect the type of video connector (Component or HDMI®) being used
TV Video Format: Allows you to change from the standard monitor setting to the setting for a multiple format monitor
Video Black Level: The intensity of black on screen can be darkened (unless HDMI or component video connects the TV)
Progressive Scan: Not applicable for systems that use the VS-2 video enhancer. When using component video connection directly out of the media center to the TV, it sets the DVD video resolution to 480p
Video Resolution: When using a VS-2 video enhancer, allows for the resolution setting to be changed while watching a video source
Persistent Video: When using a VS-2 video enhancer, it can be set so the TV image from a video source remains on screen when an audio source is selected
Settings on TV: When using a VS-2 video enhancer, it can restrict the video Settings list to appear on the media center display only (not on the TV)
Display Brightness: Adjusts the brightness level of the media center's display (bright: 4, darker: 1 - 3)
Display Language: Can change from English to one of 8 other languages
Optical Source: Can change from None to optical audio for TV, VCR, CBL·SAT, or AUX
Digital Audio Output: Can change to PCM (Pulse Code Modulation) to increase compatibility with a connected digital audio source
Tuner Spacing: Can change from one standard station spacing for AM and FM to a different regional standard
TV Brand and Code plus Device, Brand, and Code for CBL·SAT, VCR, and AUX: The choices you make allow the remote to control each device
TV Control: Can choose to have the AUX, VCR, or CBL·SAT device (instead of your TV) respond to the TV source button
Remote Version: Can change the function of some remote buttons to control either Teletext or Record operations
IR Control: Can change to allow (Teach) another remote to control the system using IR commands (On)
Create, Confirm, Enter, and Change Password: Can be set to restrict the use of some videos
Lock Disc: Can be used to prevent unauthorized viewing
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