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Some remotes are programmable. In order to do this, you may need a code to do that. Check your manual in your Bose sound system for a code. if you don't find it there, check your DirectTV remote setup guide. It should list it there. It may be under Bose, sound systems, or other. Once your remote is set up and configured for your sound system, you'll be able to control sound with your remote.
Phil with DISH Network here, happy to help with that.
Step 1: Press and hold the AUX button until all mode button back lights come on, thenrelease.
Step 2: Use the number buttons to enter the code for your Bose Cinemate Digital HomeTheater System. These are the codes we currently have: 656, 761, 639, and 664.
Step 3: Press the POUND (#) button. If the code entered is valid for the remote, themode light flashes three times.
These steps should get your DISH Network remote working with your Bose system.Although we try and facilitate a one remote solution, we cannot guarantee thatour codes with work for all brands and models components. Thank you for being avalued DISH Network customer!
Phillip Chang DISH Network Customer Support Representative
No it won't be like surround sound, but you'll have the next best thing: a nice, powerful, natural Hi-Fi sound. I have a 46 inch 1080p Sony connected to a Sony Blu-Ray and Bose Cinemate Speakers. No complicated rear speakers wiring, no awkward center speaker to hide. The only drawback is that Bose doesn't have (yet) a code to operate the Blu-ray player with the Cinemate remote control.