Bose V30 Home Theater System
The Lifestyle V-Class for Bose was started in 2007 and there has been a good deal of positive feedback from customers. Products for home theater systems such as the Bose V20 showed that even products that cost more do sell when they provide great value for multimedia enthusiasts. However, Bose found that some individuals still desire additional features when they are willing to shell out more money. It is the intention of Bose to continue to provide successful products in the Lifestyle V-Class by introducing the Bose V30 with more features to choose from when setting up a home theater system.
Bose Lifestyle V30 is equipped with speakers that are different from those found with the Bose V20 package. The more compact style of the premium Jewel Cube speakers also come with Direct/Reflecting technology as before. You will not be sacrificing quality or listening enjoyment that comes from sound like that you would find at a live performance. Along with the 5 speakers, you will also get an Acoustimass module included which completes the 5.1 channel setup. It will handle low frequencies on all channels.
As with other home theater systems, your Bose V30 will not be at its best unless all the speakers are calibrated properly. Using the ADAPTiQ audio calibration system will do this correctly through its room analysis and present setup through the application of appropriate adjustments for fully optimizing the quality of the sound.
You will receive a special Bose remote with your Bose Lifestyle V30 package so that you will have proper control of the components from a remote location. This remote is unique because there are no buttons to push, but it has an LCD screen that provides ease of use. This is also a universal remote that can be used for all the components and equipment in your system that can receive signals from infrared technology. That would include the TV, VCR, cable boxes and other older devices.
Features and Technology
The Bose V30 is not like older Bose devices http://vimeo.com/52979676 because it does not come with optical drive which leaves it relying on other technology that is connected through HDMI. However, you will find the Bose V30 has richer connections in comparison to the Bose V20. Using the Bose Lifestyle V30 you can connect properly to as many as four sources for external video and two HDMI ports. This provides the ideal system for attaching to Blu-ray and DVD players and one or two gaming consoles and they are all benefited by the setup of speakers.
You will also get special hardware enhancements that are integrated right into the Bose V30 control panel. That would include the Videostage 5 decoding as well as post-processing circuitry that is only found in Bose home theater products. This will handle effectively digital 5.1 as well as DTS decoding so that you can tap into old as well as new sources and 5 channel surround sound. Even media content using mono is greatly enhanced using the Bose V30.
With DVD remaining a popular format and most of us content with average cost and quality of video when it comes to DVD titles, some people with large 2080p displays still tend to prefer Blu-ray. If you find that this is too pricey to bring home, you may be satisfied with the upscaling feature of Bose V30.
You will find that automatic synchronization of audio/video is missing from the Bose V20 but present with the Bose V30 package. This provides a great solution for failures to sync with audio and video.
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