Question about Bose 3·2·1 II System
By accident, my series II system is in PAL mode (instead of NTSC). Because of this, I cannot access the onscreen setup menu to change back because the TV reports an unrecognized format. Is there any way to reset the Bose system without utilizing the onscreen menu, i.e. pressing a series of buttons on the remote/device to force it to factory spec?
When I worked for Philips, I solved one of these. First, try unplugging the unit from the wall outlet for one full minute and see if that alone will reset the unit/restore it to defaults. If not, make sure you have a yellow video connector running from the Bose to your TV rather than another type of video cable - change the tv to the appropriate source channel - now see if the menu will appear. If not, you will have to fly blind (don't mess up): Press the System button, then the right arrow by the Enter key twice, then the down arrow by the Enter key five times, then press Enter. Defaults (including NTSC) will now be restored.
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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