This is a list of Bose 2.1 home theater systems. Starting in the early 90s Bose released complete stereo systems call the Lifestyle systems. They came with Music Centers that played CDs, AM/FM radio and had analog inputs. Since then Bose has released a variety of 2.1 systems some with built in DVD players like the 321 systems others like the Cinemates that are designed with only a single input for a TV's audio out. On September 28, 2010 Bose released a 2.1 system with a Bose designed receiver with multiple video and audio connections.
Lifestyle CD Systems
<center></center>Starting in 1990 Bose released a wide variety of Stereo & Surround sound CD based Lifestyle systems. Each systems came with a music center that had the ability to play radio and CDs. Some systems came with a CD magazine that allowed it to play up to 6 CDs at a time. The music centers each came with a couple of analog RCA connectors.
The speakers used ranged from directional speakers, direct/reflect speakers, and jewel cubes all requiring to be connected to a bass. Bose even created a Lifestyle 901 system, using its famous 901 speakers.
Each system came with an RF remote and the system could expand up to one other room with A/B or Zone 2 technology. A/B expansion allows the system to play the same source in one or two different locations. Zone 2 expansion allows the system to play the same source or a different source in two locations. The Lifestyle 40 came with a... Read More