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Need help with Bose CineMate Series II

I paid for a Bose CineMate Series II for my HDTV and I have it hooked up to the tower but cannot for the life of me figure out how to hook the speakers up to my hdtv so that I can hear the sound. Does anyone know how to do this?

Re: Need help with Bose CineMate Series II

http://www.bose.com/controller?url=/shop_online/home_theater/21channel_systems/cinemate_systems/cinemate_series2/index.jsp#manuals
just follow the instructions and Congratulations for purchasing one of the most inovative products of the century!!


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Re: Need help with Bose CineMate Series II

Congratulations for purchasing one of the most inovative products of the century!!

It may be "inovative", but I would not call paper cones invented at the turn of last century that cost BOSE less than $1.50 each "innovative". But why go for vast technological improvements when you can have all the sparkling surround sound that Marconi experienced?

VOTE 10/10 FOR THIS MASTERPIECE
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0490668/

Re: Need help with Bose CineMate Series II


Does anyone know how to do this?
You can begin by slapping yourself for wasting that much money, when you could've gotten a noticably better set for the same price (but without the Bose-logo), sell the current set to someone as ignorant as you and get a new one.

I can just about remember the time, when 'human suspect' was a given, not an option.

Re: Need help with Bose CineMate Series II

I'm pretty sure you'd get better sound (and REAL surround sound) for 1/3 the price by shopping for second hand gear. $50 pawn shop receiver, $45 total for front, center and rear speakers from thrift store and yard sales. $100 or less should get a used sub someplace. If you only need two channels, like the B*se gives you, that should cost next to nothing. Good stereo gear is being tossed in dumpsters by gullible folks with tin ears.

Re: Need help with Bose CineMate Series II

Come on, you can't get a worthwhile receiver for $300... much less a surround system. Bose stuff isn't cheap, but it isn't junk either. For a simple set up, it is easy to put together (lol) and not a bad option. Not the route I would go, but not as bad as you are making it out to be.
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