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Bose lifestyle remote codes ?
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Post 31 made on Wednesday January 26, 2005 at 19:18
mylox
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I have a bose LS 50 and can't get it to work. I have tried everything and Bose support don't help one bit. Anyone have this working on a TSU3000?
Post 32 made on Thursday January 27, 2005 at 17:02
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go to bluedo.com, I think the 50 is RF only, bluedo has a device that does IR to Bose RF
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Post 33 made on Saturday January 29, 2005 at 01:28
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is this ccf available on this site please

Thanks

Brian Dee
Post 34 made on Friday March 4, 2005 at 23:45
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Yes ...I found it on this site, but I can't remember where. send me an e-mail and I will send it to you
Post 35 made on Monday March 14, 2005 at 11:57
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Anyone know the correct Bose codes so I can "properly" control SA Cable box # 2100 and the following TV's: Pioneer 5040 and Sony KDE50xbr950
It seems that the codes "suggested" by the AV48 system do not perform, or only allow limited functions.
Thanks.
Mike
Post 36 made on Tuesday March 15, 2005 at 02:59
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Hey guys,
Here are the models that can be learned into a pronto remote. lifestyle 28, 38 , and 48. The Bose media receiver will blast an IR signal that can be learned by a Pronto. You have to select a button that you want to learn so that the media receiver can blast the corresponding signal. In order to be able to do this you must go into the settings menu and cursor over to IR control. The first selection says "learn IR". You select "yes". And then you can proceed to learn to your pronto.

Wil
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Post 37 made on Saturday March 26, 2005 at 14:47
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Anyone: Im trying to get A new Misubishi HD TV RC to control a Bose LS35. Misubishi claims its work, and I think i have the Bose settings correct. I tryed using ir emitters and flashers, but no dice.

Thx
swamp
Post 38 made on Wednesday April 20, 2005 at 16:03
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I've always said:

with BOSE you're
B etter
O ff with
S omething
E lse!!!!!!!!

Dont believe the hype.
I have you now
Post 39 made on Friday May 20, 2005 at 20:20
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I wanted to give everyone an update on this, I know I am resurrecting an old thread. All Bose products can be controlled via an IR remote aside from the older waveradios, but the older LS systems just need one adaptor and you canthen use any remote. I have been using IR remotes on LS-50s for some time now, I only wish I saw this thread when it was origianlly posted, would ahve saved alot of hassle eh. If anyone has questions regarding this email me.
Regards,

Glen ___________________ Happiness is living in a padded room with a ball.
Post 40 made on Sunday June 12, 2005 at 10:10
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Hi Glen. I have a Bose Lifestyle 30 and just purchased a Sony RM-AV2500. Im reading all the threads about the Bose RF issue and see that Bluedo.com sells the C-1024 for translating IR to RF. Are there other tranlators or ways to accomplish this?

Thanks in advance,
Neal.
Post 41 made on Monday June 20, 2005 at 21:31
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Yes, Bose sells the unit themselves, you can obtain a unit called the CS-1 from any Custom Bose retailer. If you can not find one let me know and I can sell you one, I have it instock.
Regards,

Glen ___________________ Happiness is living in a padded room with a ball.
Post 42 made on Wednesday December 14, 2005 at 16:28
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Mr. Banks,

I too am having difficulty programming my universal IR remote to work on the Bose system. As background I believe that I have a Lifestyles 28 system. I received the unit second hand so I do not have the manual and/or other items. The remote does not seem to work well, and must be directly in front and very near the Media Center display in order to work. There is a small black unit that plugs in, but I’m not sure where. Either into the “TV sensor” or the “IR emitter” slot. Neither seems to improve the remotes range. I thought that instead of replacing the remote at a cost of nearly $100.00, I would use my universal remote that came with my DVR to control at least the volume. That way I won’t have to get up and move to a position just in front of the unit just to change the volume, only to change more involving controls. I must just be missing a step. I have turned on both the “Send IR Commands” and “Receive IR Commands” options in the system setup screen. However, the remote never seems to pick up any “IR blast”, or whatnot, to program the correct codes. If perhaps you could email me back a description of what I need to do to either get the original Bose remote to work or to program the universal that would be great. Thanks in advance for your help.



Bose: Lifestyles 28 w/ remote control model# RC28T1-27



Adelphia Cable: Motorola DCT6412 III (DVR) w/ a seemingly nameless remote with no brand name just Adelphia on the bottom.



Sincerely,

Andrew Toner
Post 43 made on Thursday July 13, 2006 at 08:46
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On October 28, 2001 at 02:14, DJ2 said...
| Let me be the one to answer this question with
complete accuracy.

Here's how each system works:
The new Bose 3-2-1 Home Entertainment system uses
a standard IR-based remote that can be taught
to any “learning” remote.

| DJ2

This may be a naive question, but how do you "teach" or how does the Bose 321 system "learn" a code from my DVR remote?

Thanks
Post 44 made on Thursday July 13, 2006 at 10:26
Lyndel McGee
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No idea. Does the Bose Manual not tell you how to do so? This forum is usually targeted for use of the Philips Pronto Remote with other vendors equipment. Hopefully there will be someone on here who can answer your question. If not, I might suggest posting in the Custom Installer Lounge or contacting Bose directly.
Lyndel McGee
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Post 45 made on Thursday July 13, 2006 at 15:27
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I checked both Bose manual and Bose.com, no info in either.

Thanks
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