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Owner's of the Bose Stereo Amplifier Lifestyle gave it a score of 5.0 out of 5. Here's how the scores stacked up:
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    5.0 out of 5
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Setting Up Your Lifestyle
Stereo Amplifier
Setting up the Personal
music center
Systems that have a multi-room interface are controlled by the Personal
music center which
requires no internal switch settings before it allows you to control more than one room of
speakers. However, if you purchase a second Personal
music center, you must follow the
procedure for setting up the Personal
music center for the first time.
Note: Refer to your Lifestyle
system owner’s guide for more information on operating your
system in more than one room.
Selecting other rooms with the Personal
music center
The Personal
music center allows you to control up to four sets of Bose
powered speakers
placed in individual rooms. These rooms are referred to as room A, B, C, and D, with room
A being the primary room (the one used for a one-room system). If two or more rooms are
connected to your system, the Personal
music center displays ROOM and HOUSE buttons,
and room indicators (A, B, C, and/or D). Figure 11 shows a sample display for a two-room
Figure 11
Sample display for a two-
room system
Press the ROOM button to control a single room or two or more rooms that share a source.
Press the HOUSE button to control all connected rooms as one.
The room indicators tell you what was selected
by the ROOM or HOUSE button.