Question about Bose 3·2·1 II System
The echo you hear is the audio delay between your TV speakers and Bose speakers. Muting (or lowering the volume) on the TV will eliminate the echo. Some TVs have a setting to turn of TV speakers entirely, allowing you to listen to your TVs audio strictly through your Bose system.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
Sounds as though you are getting a delay with rear speakers or surround speakers. Unless you want the surround sound, work with the front speakers only.
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The TV and process the sound differently so the echo is a just a time smear. You shouldn't actually need to augment the HTS speakers with (ugh) TV speakers.
As far as comparative TV-sound loudness goes, if you drew it from the Cable Box to the audio system I'm sure it would be the same as your other audio. TV
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