Looking for directions on how to clean Bose 601 speakers? The Bose 601 speakers are direct and reflecting stereo speakers. They are compatible with Bose center channel and surround speakers. While the Bose 601 speakers are a very powerful piece of equipment, they need to be cleaned to keep dust, dirt, etc., from accumulating on, and entering the speakers. Failure to keep your Bose 601 speakers clean may even affect your warranty. Other than cleaning your Bose 601 speakers, no other maintenance is required.
To clean your Bose 601 speakers, you will need:
- A dry cloth, such as a microfiber cloth.
- A vacuum cleaner.
- Keep your speakers clean. Never allow liquids to spill on the grilles of your Bose 601 speakers and never allow objects to fall into the grilles of your Bose 601 speakers.
- Cleaning with a dry cloth. The best way to clean your Bose 601 speakers is with a dry cloth. You can purchase a microfiber cloth that is specifically designed for cleaning electronics. If the microfiber cloth that you purchase is part of an electronics cleaning kit, do not use the cleaning solution that accompanies the microfiber cloth to clean your Bose 601 speakers. To clean your Bose 601 speakers with the dry cloth, all you have to do is wipe them down.
Vacuuming your Bose 601 speakers. You can also clean your Bose 601 speakers with a vacuum. You should only vacuum the grilles on your Bose 601 speakers. You will want to use extreme caution when vacuuming the grilles of your Bose 601 speakers, as the drivers are located directly behind the grille.
- Avoid chemicals. When cleaning your Bose 601 speakers, never use any chemicals or solvents.
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