Question about Bose Cinemate Digital Home Theater System Speaker
I have purchased the 321 GS series III DVD home entertainment system. I admit I am new to digital TV; and so I have "tweaked" and adjusted and did everything I can think of, everything the instructions tell me to do, I've called my cable provider, gotten suggestions, but I can not make the mouths meet the sound from my system. The system is a split second or two behind the mouths. (This does not happen on my other TV which is also set up to digital cable but has no external speakers) so I'm guessing the problem lies between the Bose and the TV, somewhere. Can you please, please help me? This does not happen when we watch a DVD- The mouths and the voices match there, It only happens with TV. So what am I missing??
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
how many audio input does your cinemate have? in case you only have one, you need an audio video switcher. a sample picture of what you need is on this link > http://electronicsusa.com/svs14.html find what you need, that is just for you to see what its look like. another thing is check you dvd if it has a line input - meaning it allows you to connect another source into your dvd such as vhs, cd, mp3. for for audio video - you need 3 wires (video/audio left-right), for stereo audio - 2 wires (left/right connection). some dvd player call it as line1 and line2 inputs. if you have it then you should be ok. 3rd approach, a simple audio mixer with minimum 3 inputs and 1 ouput is enough. note: last thing, check your connection interface for connection compatibility if you plan to buy audio video switcher or audio mixer. hope this help. regards, cebuwano
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
You may have to go into the bose setup and select optical in for that particular input. Check your user manuel it should say in it.
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
yes use the Av cables for this connection . at the back of the TV there should be video in and Audio in connection.
for video its usually the yellow pin so yellow will go with yellow tv & m system
just follow colour code
ansd now u will get visual on the screen .
good luck dude
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
You will need a Component Video Cable
Connect the Red Green and Blue Connections from the TV to the Bose.
if your audio is coming from the TV, also connect stereo audio from the TV's audio out to the "TV" input on the bose.
if you want to hook up other devices (VCR, BluRay, etc) the video will go directly to the TV and audio will go directly to the Bose
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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