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Bose Solo 5 TV sound system

Sold from 2022 – present

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Setting up your Bose product
Remote control
Care and maintenance
Connecting other products
Sound settings
Power
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Software
System settings
Compatibility

Your product remembers the last several Bluetooth devices it was paired to so that it can quickly and automatically reconnect to them. This is useful if your product connects to a different device when you turn it on, or if you just want to switch to a different device.

Your system can sync the power commands for your Bose system and other devices you have programmed your remote to control. This is useful to more easily power on or off your equipment (i.e. cable box, TV or Blu-ray player) with fewer button presses.

Learn how to set up your product, connect components and enjoy the benefits of all its features.

Your product remembers the last several Bluetooth devices it was connected to so that it can quickly and automatically reconnect to them. Removing this device memory forgets all remembered devices and allows you to start a new list of devices by connecting the ones you want remembered.

Your product has an audio input to accomodate the connection of another device. Learn how to switch inputs on your product to hear the different sound sources you have connected.

Find out how to safely connect your product to a power source.

The universal remote control for your system can control other devices, like a cable box or Blu-ray player that is connected to your product. Learn how to program the universal remote to control a connected device.

Auto-wake lets you turn on your product without a remote control. For example, your Bose product can power on automatically when you turn on your TV or cable box.

Speaker placement can affect how your system sounds in the listening area. Get tips on positioning your speakers for the best sound quality.

Your system can sync the power commands for your Bose system and other devices you have programmed your remote to control. This is useful to more easily power on or off your equipment (i.e. cable box, TV or Blu-ray player) with fewer button presses.

If you no longer want your Bose remote to operate other devices, follow these instructions.

Your system can receive IR commands from other remote controls. This is useful, for example, if you want to program a third-party universal remote to control multiple devices in your home, including your Bose system. Find out how to control your system with another remote.

Your product has an audio input to accomodate the connection of another device. Learn how to switch inputs on your product to hear the different sound sources you have connected.

The universal remote control for your system can control other devices, like a cable box or Blu-ray player that is connected to your product. Learn how to program the universal remote to control a connected device.

A reset can reboot your product or it can clear all product settings and return your product to its original out-of-box state. Find out which option is available to reset your product.

Serial numbers contain important information about your product, including model number and DOM (Date of Manufacture). The serial number can be found on your product, product packaging or app (if applicable).

Software and firmware updates improve product features and stability. Install any available updates to keep your product working at its best.

Computers have their own volume control. Learn how to set the volume level of a computer for use with your Bose system.

A computer remembers Bluetooth devices that were previously connected so it can quickly and easily reconnect to them. Removing this device memory forgets all currently stored devices and allows you to start a new list by connecting only the devices you want remembered.

Find out how to wirelessly pair your product to a Bluetooth device, like a smartphone or computer. This lets you control the sound you hear from your product.

Determining the operating system running on your computer helps you understand compatibility with other products.

Computers let you select where you want sound play from, like a Bluetooth® speaker, headphones, internal computer speakers, or abother connected audio device. Find out how to select the audio output device you want to hear.

Learn how to a connect other audio sources to your system.

If you own more than one Bose Bluetooth speaker or headphones, find information about connecting them together.

Dialogue mode is available on your system to make voices more distinct and understandable. This is useful, for example, when watching a movie or show that has quiter spoken content.

You can use the audio equalization controls on your product (i.e. bass or treble) to adjust the sound quality to your liking. Learn how to access the available EQ settings.

Find out how to safely connect your product to a power source.

Auto-wake lets you turn on your product without a remote control. For example, your Bose product can power on automatically when you turn on your TV or cable box.

Find out what the LED indicator light on your product tells you about the status of your product.

This article outlines software and firmware release dates. It includes release features and bug fixes.

Your product remembers the last several Bluetooth devices it was connected to so that it can quickly and automatically reconnect to them. Removing this device memory forgets all remembered devices and allows you to start a new list of devices by connecting the ones you want remembered.

If you need to use a power inverter with your product, note the following: