How does the wireless speakers work..they did work at 1 time but now the green light is flashing on the transmitter then the reciever on the wireless "hub" will blink green when I reset it then turn orange. Any ideas? This is on the bose lifestyle 18.
Re: no sound from rear speakers on the lifestyle 18
The SL2 works in such a way that the speaker satellite out put from the bass modules is fed to the input of the SL2 transmitter (remember, transmitter) then the sattellitespeakers are connected at the other end of the room to the receiver. An initial blinking green light should be seen and once the system is turned on this turns into steady green. Both the SL2 transmitter and receiver operates via WIFI.
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there,s a problem at amplifier section.....amplifier is trying to protect speaker from broken down this wat you see (green)...flashing light at dashboard panel......time to change ic amplifier...or repair it ....or replace power transistor
I had exactly the same problem. My unit worked fine until a loose power cable resulted in the receiver being turned on and off a couple of times in quick succession and then after this the a/c in light on the rear speaker was lit but the wireless link light would not come on (and the 'W' on the main unit flashed constantly). The solution for me was basically a reboot. This is what I did; - unplug the wireless receiver - unplug the main unit - remove the digital transceiver unit from its slot in the back of the main unit - plug the main unit back in and turn it on - the 'W' won't flash as the transceiver has been removed (not sure if you if it's necessary but I made sure it was producing sound to the front speakers) - unplug the main unit again - reinsert the digital transceiver - plug the main unit back in, turn it on and set it to produce output/sound (the 'W' will be flashing) - then plug the wireless receiver back in again ...presto the link is made, the 'W' stops flashing and the rear speakers work again.
Hope this elaborate reboot works as well for you as it did for me.
Speakers have a unique RF frequency that needs to pair with the receiver (kind of like a blue tooth headset with a cell phone). At times, the signal may reset, so, you may have to go through the initial pairing sequence. Try this: 1. Unplug rear speakers 2. Make sure the sound signal connector is plugged in to the back of the system properly. 3. Press and hold the ID button for 3 seconds until the blue LED light flickers. 4. Connect the power chord to the rear speakers.
Hi sorry but what do you mean that you have lifestyle 18 system? The lifestyle 18 system consist of the media center/DVD player, the bass module, the satellite speakers and the RF remote control (aside from tons of cables)
If you have the media center/DVD only, then you require the power adaptor. you can test if the media center is functioning if the LCD display is working. you can also connect an external powered speaker or an amplifier fro mteh AUX out behind the media center.
Do note that doing so will only give you limited control of the system since you require the whole lot to make everything work properly.
1. Release the volume controls and assign them to the AUX:
A. Press and hold AT&T Button and OK Button at the same time, release both buttons. All the mode keys will flash twice indicating you're in programming mode. B. Enter 955 on the remote keypad, the AT&T key will flash twice indicating a correct entry C. Press the mode key you want to alway receive the volume commands - I assigned mine to the AUX mode button. The mode key chosen will flash three times indicating success. Volume commands will now be delivered to the AUX button regardless of the mode you are in.
2. Assign the AUX to the BOSE system:
A. Make sure the Boze remote receiver is powered on (green light is on).
B. Press and hold the AUX Button and OK Button at the same time, release both Buttons. All the mode keys will flash twice indicating you're in programming mode.
C. Enter the 4 digit BOSE code on the keypad, I used BOSE Remote Code 4000. D. The AUX Button will flash three times indicating correct entry.
Notice, this is from the 2005 Ford F150 Wiring Harness. Other radios should be the same or very close. From the main 24 wire connector on back of radio (C290A).
Pin 1- Light Green w/Violet stripe - Voltage always
Pin 2- Light Green w/Yellow - Accessory delay relay output
Pin 3- Light Blue w/Red - Instrument illumination
Pin 4- Black - Ground
Pins 5, 6, & 7 - Not used
Pin 8- Orange w/Light Green - Speaker, left front +
Pin 9- Grey w/Light Blue - Speaker, left rear +
Pin 10- Orange w/Red - Speaker, right rear +
Pin 11- White w/Light Green- Speaker, right front +
Pin 12- Dark Green w/Orange- Speaker, right frt -
Pin 13- Black w/Light Green- Ground
Pin 14- Grey w/Black- Vehicle Speed Signal
Pin 15- Red w/Black- Voltage supplied in Start
Pins 16 & 17- Not used
Pin 18- Light Blue w/Red- steering wheel signal
Pin 19- Dark Green w/Orange- steering wheel return
Pin 20- Dark Blue- Parking Aid mute signal
Pin 21- Light Blue w/White- Speaker, left front -
Pin 22- Tan w/Yellow- Speaker, left rear -
Pin 23- Brown w/Pink- Speaker, right rear -
Pin 24- Not used