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TV audio through Bose Lifestyle 38

Hello,
I have a Vizio 32" HDTV whose audio I would like to come out of the Bose system - I have connected the audio out from the TV to the media center indicating TV - however, I am unable to get any audio out of the Bose Lifestyle 38. The same problem is true for my VCR - I have connected the VCR video and audio signals to the appropriate slots in the media center and I have the same problem. Any ideas for troubleshooting would be great.
Thanks,
Easwar

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  • esriniv Dec 15, 2008

    Thanks. THis was kind of helpful. A couple of related questions:

    1. The TV audio started working when I set the Lifestyle setting to VCR. Does anyone know what may be wrong - could I have set up cables wrong?

    2. None of the codes on the Lifestyle offered seem to work for my Vizio TV. Could this be causing the problem.

    Thanks,

    Easwar

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Did you select TV input on your AV38 Bose system and same thing for VCR. it should work unless from your TV audio if you watching HD signals some of the program had copy protection so it turn off the video and audio out at your TV output monitor that for TV
For VCR it must work make sure you select VCR input on your AV38
I hope that give some ideas

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    1) Yes I think your cables should be on TV input at the rear of Bose system then on the Bose's remote or front panel of AV 38 you select TV



    2) You need to bring your AV38 to Bose or Bose service center to update the new software for Vizio remote control by Bose' remote

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