Question about Bose Lifestyle 38 DVD Home Entertainment System System
DVD players have 5 regions. And on the back of every DVD you buy the region code is marked in side a circle ( like a globe ).
Region 1 is North America
Region 2 is Europe . Middle East & South Africa
Region 3 is South East Asia,
Region 4 is South America, Mexico, Australia
Region 5 is India , USSR, Africa.
To change the region code of your Lifestyle 38 DVD player follow the steps given below.
Make sure you familiarize yourself with the buttons on the remote and not fumble while keying in the sequence given below.
Make sure there is no disc in the tray of the player and it is closed ( tray ).
First step - Press RIGHT arrow, UP arrow, SHUFFLE, STOP, MUTE
To change to a specific region code
Step two --- Open the disc tray
Step three --Press STOP
Step four --- Press SHUFFLE
Step five ---. Press # key for desired region from the list given above.
Step six ---- Press ENTER.
Turn off the DVD player wait for a 10 seconds and restart. It should work.
Enjoy your foreign DVD's. Cheers!!.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Format unsupported
Format unsupported simply means the unit can not read the disc. The problem is either the disc or the player.
Contact Bose technical support if you are sure the discs are good. 800-367-4008
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
You need to stand at the front of a Bose store and tell everyone about to enter your story, until the manager of the store agrees to give you a new one. This looks like an ongoing problem that Bose knows about and will not address. $900+ and maybe 60 hours dvd time and I'm on the same boat. I thought Bose could be a trusted company.
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
SOURCE: unsupported format
I have the same problem. When I put in a dvd it tries to read it and then comes back unupported format. What does this mean and why won't it read the dvd?
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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