Sarma
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Jul 23, 2016

Sub woofer

Hi
can I place he sub woofer in a sleeping position in a cabinet 
please advice 
Sarma 
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Bose_-_George_P
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Re: Sub woofer

Hi Sarma,
We're not sure we understand your question perfectly, but it sounds like you are asking about placing your subwoofer in a non-standard position.
We do not recommend placing the bass module for any of our products on its side, back or top. This placement can cause ventilation or heading issues. We suggest only orienting this component normally with the rubber feet on the bottom for both safety and correct performance. 
Thank you. 
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Re: Sub woofer

For extra clarity, here is an excerpt from the Owner's guide on one of our SoundTouch home theater systems:
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Dec 14, 2016

Re: Sub woofer

Hi can you please help 

 

my sub has just started to drop in and out of sound, I have switched it off and on but it still drops ? 

Thanks daniel 

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Re: Sub woofer

Hi Daniel,

 

Sorry to hear that you're having troubles.  

 

What Bose system do you have? 

 

Thanks,

Brandon

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May 15, 2016

Re: Sub woofer

I have the Lifestyle 135 III can the sub woofer be interchangeable say to a Lifestyle 535 sub woofer???

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Re: Sub woofer

Hi generalzod,

 

Those bass modules are not interchangeable, as the bass module to the 135 is wireless, and the module to the 535 is hardwired, and a completely different model as well.

 

Thanks,

Brandon