I have a lifestyle 48 . i have tivo hooked up with it. sound just stopped all together.. it was working fine. i thought it might be tivo so i ran cable directly and i still have no sound. cant play libary or dvd. have picture of dvd but no sound
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Is it a copied DVD or DVD-R / RW? If if says resolution not supported then it means that the DVD has a video format that cannot be played on the Bose even though the sound track is fine. The DVD may work fine on a PC as these can usually play more file types, but it could be a number of things causing it not to work and unfortunatetly there is nothing you can do.
prob have it fixed by now. If the other buttons are working but not the main TiVo top button turn off your TiVo....wait 30 seconds and then turn it back on. This will reset it and the remote should work after it.
hook up computer straight to t.v with hdmi cable. then get two aux cables (usually red and white) and run them straight from tv audio OUTPUT to audio INPUT on bose system. them anytime you want surround sound even when your watching tv just press the aux button on the bose system controller. should be perfect.
audio has to connected seperatly.vs 2 is for video connection only..Bose is a ripoff.... u pay all that money and you need a seperate audio connection plus all those wires..it isn't worth it and regret i bought it.
I also have a bose Lifestyle 48, and the same problem has happen to me where the DVD player would not open,
Unplug the unit, Wait a few seconds, after plugging the power back in, immediately hit eject so that the player does not have time to spin up and try to read the disc again
Could be damaged cable between the media centre and bass module (check along cable length for damage, kinks or at DIN plug ends for bent/damaged pins), faulty media centre (unlikely) or fault in the bass module....