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howardliverpool
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Rear speaker volume

How can I increse rear speaker volume on a lifestyle 600 - options doesnt seem to do anything

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Re: Rear speaker volume

Hi howardliverpool,

 

Thank you for your post. Could you confirm that these are the steps you've tried to adjust the surround speaker level?

 

  1. Be sure the system is on
  2. On the remote, press the MORE button to view more remote functions through its display
  3. Use the up and down arrow buttons the find and highlight the "AV Settings" option
  4. Select the highlighted option by pressing OK
  5. Select "System AV Settings"
  6. Select "Surround"
  7. Use the left and right arrow buttons to decrease or increase the surround speakers volume level. The display will turn off after 10 seconds of inactivity

 

Thank you,

 

Brian - Bose Support

howardliverpool
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Re: Rear speaker volume

Yes was a perfect answer. Thanks