The Bose Lifestyle Home Entertainment Family
's line of premium home theater
systems. In 1994, Bose released its first complete home theater system, the Lifestyle 12. It came with a "music center" that played CDs, AM/FM radio and had analog inputs. Soon, Bose released different models with different features, some even including digital inputs. By 2001, Bose released the first version of its DVD-based lifestyle systems. In 2007, Bose announced the creation of a new lifestyle system called the Lifestyle V-Class
Lifestyle CD Systems
<center><small><sup>†</sup>Found in 5.1 systems released after 1999 (LS 8II, 12II, 25II, 30II, 50 & 800)</small></center>
Starting in 1994, Bose released a wide variety of surround sound
CD-based Lifestyle systems. Each system 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 store up to 6 CDs at a time. The music centers each came with a pair of analog RCA connectors
. Surround sound models made after 1999 came with a digital coax connection.
The speakers used range from directional speakers, direct/reflect speakers, and jewel cubes, all requiring to be connected to a bass module.
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