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Hi, You have a Bose Home Theater System hooked up to your television and I'm wondering if you're controlling the volume through the Bose Home Theater System or the television because both have a volume control and if you have the television volume turned down and you're using the Bose Home Theater System for volume or visa-versa then you're not going to get a decent sound. I hope you know what I mean...... CHEERS..
You are most likely going to need a preamp to go between your home theater and record player. The popping and hissing is usually a grounding issue. You will have to ground your system properly to get rid of this.
First, TURN THE VOLUME DOWN. We don't test with max volume any more than we start our cars with the accelerator floored.
How is the audio from your TV getting to the HTS? Name names and be specific.
Your TV audio output may be dependent on its volume control. Many TV's have a FIXED setting in their setup so you can lower or turn their speakers off while letting REAL electronics and speakers handle the sound duty.
OR, you could (and should) bypass the TV entirely as an audio source and go to the cable box's audio output.
Same problem with my HTS8100. Little-to-no sound. Sometimes sound comes on very intermittently. I downloaded the software patch from the Philips website and installed it. This fixed the sound problem for about a week, then the problem came back. I'm not sure what else to do.
Volume is up to high to begin with or there could be some power source close to the unit that is causing it. Turn down or turn off volume and try to do it. Thsi isn't a broken system it does happen to some units, mine included butr when I do the things I have listed it is much better. It is worse with my better sound systems.
HI,the rca system should have a sub pre out socket,plug a phono cable into this then to input on your sub and set volume to half way,also make sure the sub is set to on in the setup menu on the system.
Hope this helps.
if u are trying to connect the audio of ur tv as input to flow out from the home theater; this is a common thing; u need to replace the audio cable that connects the tv to 3565 with a good quality cable
you have a delay time on your home theater JVC, that is normal. So it's either you reduce the delay time of your JVC or do not use the TV sound. Set the delay time of your DSP so you can heqar the sound you wish... like the delay time of your surrond.