Fix to issue where no output from fixed outputs but headphone output works
I saw you suggested replacing R428 in a post you made to the problem with Bose Lifestyle 5 system not outputting from Fixed outputs but the headphone output worked fine.
I have a similar issue but cannot track down R428 on the boards in my system. Is it on the underside of the board with the display attached? I cannot find it on the top. Perhaps there are different rev's of the system that may not contain R428.
Any help you can offer would be very muxch appreciated.
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I cannot exactly solve this issue but I can make a comment based on investigation. Lots of people have this issue but there are very few comments to help solve the issue unfortunately.
I have the same issue and have been able eliminate various things because I have a second complete Bose Lifestyle 5 system.
It is clear the issue does not lie in the Sub and is related to the Music centre unit. I can use a second identical music centre to power my sub just fine and my broken Music centre cannot drive my second sub.
Now the issue is knowing where to track down R428 in the music centre which is the suggested fix to this issue. I have opened my unit and there are resistors various Resistors in the 400 range but no R428.
If anyone can help with the location of R428 in the Music Centre I would be very grateful.
I have a solution for you all. This fixed the problem for me. First, make sure you are all running 10.5.5. If you are not, run software update from the Apple Menu. If you are set there, go to Applications --> Utilities --> Disk Utility --> Make sure your Hard Drive is selected on the left hand panel --> MAKE SURE the First Aid tab is selected! --> Click Repair Disk Permissions. This may take a while, FYI. As soon as Disk Permissions have been repaired, restart your computer right away. That fixed the problem at my end. Good luck everyone!
They need a minimum level of signal to switch on the transmitter. Verify if it works on yet another system. Make sure you have the right output on your Samsung. Try to increase the output level of your Samsung...(up the volume, but it may be a fixed output..)