Question about Bose CineMate Speaker
We have an old Mitsubishi TV. Installed the Bose CineMate speakers. Through the remote control, we read to disconnect the volume on TV. It worked. We removed the system to a different TV and now there is no sound on the TV that we removed the Bose from. We want to give this TV to a friend, but we have to figure out how to get the volume back on it. Can someone please help? Thanks.
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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
I would contact ur nearest Bose dealer or Contact the company through the website to get a replacement remote, you will of course need the serial number for the product when you contact them, using a universal remote can make things easier but you will not be able to access most of the functions without the original
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
Do the same thing by unplugging the power, but also unplug the interface module (box with red/green LED light) from the sub woofer / bass module, and wait 30+ seconds. Plug the interface module back in first, and screw it in as tight as possible. Then plug the power back in and try the remote. This should fix your problem. :)
If this doesn't fix it, you will have to purchase/replace this module through Bose. (anywhere from $40-$60 if not under 1-yr warranty.) If you're still under warranty, it's a free replacement.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
We just got a Bose Cinemate system and have the same issue - none of the listed codes for the Synergy V work.
Has anybody got this to work yet?
Posted on May 23, 2010
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