Question about Video Game Consoles & Games
Just got a wii and unable to connect to my bose 321 and tivo system andrun through my panasonic plasma tv. Have tried several options,but can't seem to get it to work.
I posted the message as Tet Tet before. I can now tell you that I have resolved the problem. The issue is with the Panasonic 50Inch TV. Some people reported the same problem but only when the TV was up on the wall. It turns out that the problem lies with the metal discs which screw on at the back of the TV to enable you to hand the TV on the wall bracket. In my case I had excessive interference caused at the back of the TV (could be the fan). When I put the TV on the wall bracket the metal discs would be in contact with the wall bracket which in turn was acting as an antenna causing the iterference to the bose remote which operates at a frequency of 27.45MHz. You can solve the issue by adding some insulating tape around all the metal discs avoiding them to make contact with the wall bracket. If that fails Panasonic will swap your TV for another one like they did with me. I can now enjoy my Bose System with the 50 inch Panasonic TV. It took me three months but managed to get a solution. I hope this helps. For further info you can mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. These discs should be made of metal because they are perforating the metal screen at the back of the TV. Panasonic please change this design.
Posted on Jan 16, 2008
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Connect the 360 and wii to the tv. Then connect the tv to the 321 using analog coaxials (red/white) or digital optical through the tv's audio out ports in the back. Then set the 321 to TV and you should be all set. Sound may not be quite as dynamic as if you went straight from the gaming systems to the 321, but should still work well.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
i phoned nintendo who told me that i need to increase the tcp timeout session by 2 or 3 times on my router as it is currently timing out before finding opponents. How I do this god only knows.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
Very simple. Red and White RCAs into any available input on the back of the 321. If the PS3 A/V cable can't separate the audio from the video (yellow RCA) by length of cable then get an RCA extension.
You can also connect this digitally with an optical cable (better sound) but you need to assign the optical cable to an input from your system menu. Your system menu can only be displayed on the TV from the video out of the 321. Go to "media center" and then down to "optical source"
Posted on May 31, 2009
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