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Here are 3 things to try and an if all else fails at the end.
1) Make sure the TV is set to the correct Video Input to see the video from DVDs on the Bose system.
• Make sure a DVD is in the disc tray.
• If the TV is connected to the media center using the HDMI cable:
Switch from one Video Input to another and then back to the original input.
2) Turn everything off, then:
Turn on the TV and set the TV Video Input for the Bose system video.
Turn on the Bose system and press DVD.
3) Turn off both the TV and the Bose system and then:
Unplug the HDMI cable from both ends.
Disconnect the power cables from both your TV and the Bose 321 system.
Re-connect power to the TV and to the Bose 321 system.
When the Bose 321 system startup message disappears from the display,
re-connect the HDMI cable to the TV then Bose 321 system.
Turn on the TV first, then turn on the Bose 321 system.
If all the above fail then disconnect the HDMI cable that connects the TV to the Bose 321 system and reconnect the two using a Component cable, an S-Video cable, or the Composite cable provided with the system.
Hi! It would just be easy. Just prepare RCA cables and connect the cables to the tv and satellite receiver. Link the TV and satellite audio output to the BOSE audio input. Good luck and have a good one!
This depends on the source. If this happens internally (from a DVD in the 321) then the problem should be able to be resolved by just resetting the 321. (unplug the power cord from the sub for 30+ seconds)
-If this is from external sources like a cable box, believe it or not, you can reset the cable box the exact same way. If resets don't fix this (and this is external) then check the cable box's settings for a/v delay compensation.
The video cord could be bad or it could be loose at the 321 or your TV.
There could also be an incorrect setting in the system menu of your 321.
The unit must be on NTSC not PAL. With the series II and III systems you may also need to designate what type of video cable you are using. You will get a B&W picture if you are using a component video cable but the system is set to composite.