Bose Soundbar 700

RM3,514.00 RM3,699.00
Ex Tax: RM3,514.00
Product Code: 795347-4100
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FAQs


How is the Bose Soundbar 700 different from the Bose Solo 5 TV sound system?

The Solo 5 system is designed primarily to provide better TV sound with an emphasis on dialogue. It greatly improves your TV’s sound and helps with dialogue intelligibility. The Solo 5 system does not include any built-in virtual assistant functionality. The Bose Soundbar 700 does that and much more—including built-in voice control from the Google Assistant. It provides a wide soundstage (a lot wider than the bar itself) and brings your music and movies to life by immersing you in the sound. You will hear sounds coming from places where there are no physical speakers. The Bose Soundbar 700 also includes ADAPTiQ audio calibration technology, which adjusts the sound of the soundbar to best fit your room, regardless of the shape or furnishings. So it always sounds its best.


Can the Bose Soundbar 700 be mounted on the wall?

Yes. The optional, new Bose Soundbar Wall Bracket lets you mount the soundbar to the wall.


How do I run the ADAPTiQ audio calibration system with the Bose Soundbar 700?

ADAPTiQ is part of the overall setup process and is driven through the Bose Music app. You will be prompted to run ADAPTiQ after you’ve downloaded the Bose Music app and started the setup process. If you skip running ADAPTiQ during the initial setup process—or change your room significantly after initially running ADAPTiQ—you can go back into the app and do it again. Initiate ADAPTiQ and follow the prompts in the app.


How do I connect a Bluetooth® device to the Bose Soundbar 700?

Press and hold the Bluetooth source button on the remote for several seconds (the light will flash on the Bose Soundbar 700 remote). Ensure that your mobile device is in pairing mode and select the Bose Soundbar 700 from the list. You can also pair your mobile device to the soundbar using the Bose Music app.


Does the Bose Soundbar 700 have NFC technology for Bluetooth® pairing?

No.


What type of remote is included with the Bose Soundbar 700?

The Bose Soundbar 700 comes with a new backlit universal remote control. Line of sight is not required between the remote and the soundbar because it does not use IR. Instead, the remote uses Bluetooth® Low Energy to communicate with the soundbar, and then the soundbar blasts IR commands to control your other devices.


How does the Bose Soundbar 700 connect to my TV?

The simplest way to connect the Bose Soundbar 700 to your TV is via the supplied HDMI cable. If your TV has an HDMI-ARC or HDMI-eARC connection, you should use that connection. If your TV does not have an HDMI connection, then you should connect the Bose Soundbar 700 to the TV using the optical cable (supplied with the Bose Soundbar 700).


How do I control other devices with the Bose Soundbar 700 remote controls?

There are two ways to control other devices: HDMI-CEC and IR. The soundbar may be able to control connected devices (TV, Blu-ray Disc™ player, games console) over HDMI-CEC. This allows you to turn on other devices and operate them with the soundbar remote without any programming. It also enables one-touch access to entertainment, enabling you to turn on multiple devices and select an input with a single touch of a button. However, not all devices respond to these commands. In particular, cable and satellite boxes may not respond to HDMI commands. The customer can still control devices that do not respond to HDMI commands by programming the Bose Soundbar Universal Remote (included with the Bose Soundbar 700).


Does the Bose Soundbar 700 have HDMI-eARC capability?

Yes.


What placement guidelines should be considered to ensure optimal audio performance from the Bose Soundbar 700?

The Bose Soundbar 700 uses the reflective surfaces of the room to deliver a spacious home cinema experience. To ensure optimal audio performance, the soundbar should be placed equidistant from each side wall and directly in the front-centre of the TV. No objects should be placed in front of the soundbar, nor should it be placed recessed inside a cabinet, as this would result in a limited soundstage.


Can source devices, such as a cable box, iPod, gaming system etc., be connected directly to the Bose Soundbar 700?

No. All sources must be connected to the TV and then a single connection (via the HDMI or optical cable) must be made from the TV to the soundbar.


Can I use my streaming music presets from the Bose Music app with the Bose Soundbar 700?

Yes. The Bose Soundbar 700 uses presets via the Bose Music app and the remote control.


What music services can I access from the Bose Soundbar 700?

The Bose Soundbar 700 can play music directly over Wi-Fi from Spotify, Pandora®, TuneIn, iHeartRadio™, Amazon Music, SiriusXM and Deezer.  Apple AirPlay 2 compatibility allows access to Apple Music, and other services may be accessed by playing from a device using a Bluetooth® connection. Music and voice services may vary.


What can I do with the Google Assistant on the Bose Soundbar 700?

It is not possible to provide a comprehensive list of supported features, because the Google Assistant is constantly evolving—but the integration of voice control with the new Bose family of smart products will support the vast majority of functionalities, including music playback, control of smart home devices, setting timers and alarms, and general information requests.


What Google Assistant features are not supported?

The following features are not supported at this time, but will become available in future automatic software updates:

News playback and Routines with news content included.

Sleep sounds and Routines with sleep sounds included.

Chromecast capabilities, but Google Assistant voice control of Chromecast-enabled TVs is supported.


Can you mix and match the wireless bass modules and soundbars?

Yes. The Bose Soundbar 500, Bose Soundbar 700, Bose Bass Module 500 and Bose Bass Module 700 all use the same wireless protocols and can be mixed and matched (e.g. a Bose Soundbar 700 can be wirelessly paired with a Bose Bass Module 500, or a Bose Soundbar 500 with a Bose Bass Module 700). However, the design language and materials of the Bose Soundbar 500 and the Bose Soundbar 700 product lines were designed to complement products in the same class (e.g. Bose Soundbar 500 products together and Bose Soundbar 700 products together). So the glass on two Bose Soundbar 700 products together looks more complementary than if you mixed one Bose Soundbar 500 product with one Bose Soundbar 700 product.

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