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Is it a copied DVD or DVD-R / RW? If if says resolution not supported then it means that the DVD has a video format that cannot be played on the Bose even though the sound track is fine. The DVD may work fine on a PC as these can usually play more file types, but it could be a number of things causing it not to work and unfortunatetly there is nothing you can do.
The best way to do this is to take your OPTICAL AUDIO OUT from your TV - (if it's a newer TV) - plug it in to the OPTICAL AUDIO IN on your BOSE system, then use the 'TV' source on your Lifestyle 38 to get the sound from. I have sound for X-Box, DVD player, Blue-Ray Player and Wii being pushed through the TV back to the BOSE and it sounds great. I don't have to change the source on the BOSE very much either - except when I listen to stored music!
I am quite sure that the indicator lights should be green. The blinking yellow likely indicates that there is no communication between the head and the audiomass. Verify that the connections are tight and then try powering off (unplugging) the system (both head and audiomass) for 30 seconds and then powering on again. That will often re-establish communications.
i will tell you to contact Bose I had a small problem with my bose system had to send it back they fixed it for free and extended my warrenty from day one. yop bought bose for a reason and they are a great company used there service they have always been great. I whis i knew how to help you with that I havent had any experiance with there 48 system and digital recorded data systems. but would bet that it is a problem that is more than simple. when a bose breakes it is normally major thay make really good stuff, pricey but good
If there is nothing at all from the center channel while watching a DVD, first try resetting the system (unplug the power cord from the sub, and the DC power cord from the media center for 30+ seconds)
If a reset doesn't help this, run the "adaptIQ" setup disc again. Honestly, this is a very odd problem for that system to have. (especially since we know the center speaker works for other sources) I hope this helps.
Could be damaged cable between the media centre and bass module (check along cable length for damage, kinks or at DIN plug ends for bent/damaged pins), faulty media centre (unlikely) or fault in the bass module....