- Bose TV Speaker
- Remote control with battery pre-installed
- Optical cable
- Power cord
- Quick Start Guide
|Controls||Auto Off, Auto On, Remote Control, Remote Control (Infrared), Auto Standby, AUX Connector, Bass, Low Power Standby, Volume|
|Entire Product System||2.21" H x 23.38" W x 4.02" D (4.34 lb)|
|Remote Control||4.1" H x 1.6" W x 0.5" D (0.07 lb)|
|Product Material||Metal, Plastic|
|Bluetooth Range||Up to 30 ft (9 m)|
Yes. The Bose TV Speaker can be wall mounted with the Bose Soundbar Wall Bracket (sold separately). This is the same current bracket that is used for the Bose Soundbar 500 and 700.
The Bose TV Speaker is designed for use with almost any TV with an optical audio output (optical cable included) or HDMI-ARC connectivity (HDMI cord sold separately). Most HDTVs are also HDMI-CEC enabled, meaning if you have such a TV and connect your Bose TV Speaker with an HDMI cable, you can continue using the same remote control you are currently using.
Yes. You can enjoy your music and podcasts streamed wirelessly from a Bluetooth-enabled portable device that supports streaming.
Yes. The Bose TV Speaker can play music in synchronized 1-1 connection with any Bose smart speaker or soundbar using Bose SimpleSync technology. This functionality is being controlled by the smart speaker or soundbar in the Bose Music app. Note, you cannot connect a pair of headphones to the Bose TV Speaker for synchronized audio/video grouping.
Compatible products: Bose Home Speaker 500, Home Speaker 300, Bose Portable Home Speaker, Bose Smart Soundbar 900, Bose Smart Soundbar 700, Bose Smart Soundbar 600, Bose Soundbar 500, or Bose Smart Soundbar 300.
No. If you want to listen to your TV with headphones, you should use the TV’s headphone output. Many TVs have a headphone output.
If your TV is HDMI-CEC enabled, you can connect the Bose TV Speaker to your TV using an HDMI cable (sold separately) and continue to use the remote control you are already familiar with to control your TV. HDMI-CEC will allow the Bose TV Speaker to automatically turn on when you turn on your TV and your existing remote control will control the Bose TV Speaker volume.
If you connect the Bose TV Speaker to your TV using the supplied optical cable, you can use the included remote. Or you can program a third-party universal remote to control (please refer to your universal remote control for programming instructions and the appropriate Bose IR codes). Also, the soundbar can be programmed to “learn” the volume and mute commands from your existing remote. See Using another remote to control your Bose system in the Bose Support section for instructions.
However, for music streaming, you need the included remote to place your Bose TV Speaker in Bluetooth mode and connect your Bluetooth-enabled device for the first time. Once connected, you do not need the remote moving forward. You can go to your Bluetooth settings and “force connect” from previously paired devices.
You can simply “force connect” your previously paired device to the Bose TV Speaker by going to your device’s Bluetooth settings menu and selecting the Bose TV Speaker. This will automatically switch to the Bluetooth source. It will also turn on the Bose TV Speaker if the speaker is off and put it into the Bluetooth source.
The Bose TV Speaker is Roku TV Ready™ certified. That means the TV Speaker is designed and certified to work seamlessly with a Roku TV™. When you connect your TV Speaker to a Roku TV™ through the HDMI ARC port, you’ll enjoy smooth, automatic setup, easy access to the TV Speaker sound settings in the Roku TV™ on-screen menu, and compatibility with the Roku TV™ remote.
The Bose TV Speaker may require a software update to support Roku TV Ready™. Roku TV Ready™ is not available in all regions. For more information, visit: go.roku.com/rokutvready.
Roku TV,™ Roku TV Ready™ and the Roku TV Ready™ logo are trademarks of Roku, Inc.
Yes. There is a bass level adjustment located on the remote control.
Yes. You can connect the optional Bose Bass Module 500 or Bose Bass Module 700 to the Bose TV Speaker via a wired connection. This requires the Bose Bass Module Connection Cable or a standard 3.5 mm cable (sold separately).
Any device with an HDMI-ARC, optical, or analog audio output can be connected to the Bose TV Speaker. However, we strongly recommend that customers only connect the TV Speaker to the TV’s output, so sound and picture will always be in sync.
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Stay connected with BluetoothListen to what you want, when you want. Seamlessly pair devices for wireless play.
Bigger bass to boost out loudIt delivers surprisngly deep, rich sound for its small size — and you can boost it more with the 'Bass' button.
Hear every word with crystal-clear speechIn Dialogue mode, the TV Speaker elevates vocals so you can hear every word more clearly.
No sweat to set upDesigned with simplicity in mind, with a single connection via an optical audio cable (included).
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