I have a Bose 3·2·1® GS home entertainment system. I would like to connect my ipod to it. I have a single output wire that splits to a stereo split cord, but it doesn't come out with full sound. It's pretty much only half stereo sound. Is there a specific wire that I should be using? Any other possibilities?
Look at the back of your 3-2-1 to see if the auxillary is a single or dual output. You will need that information when you go to Radio Shack, or you can also get at the Apple store, a connector from Gigaware that connects to the ipod. It was only $15-$20,
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Plug it into another wall socket, try it there. Then turn off all lights in room and plug it in, see if you can see any glow or LED inside it or outside. Then check the fuse in the plug if there is one.
Yes, it can. The Bose rear panel has RCA jacks for right and left channel audio outputs. You'll need a connecting cable with RCA plugs on the Bose end, and whatever kind of input connector your wireless speaker system needs.
OK! The cheapeast and most simple way would for you is to get a 1/8th inch conector jack that adapts into red/white RCA jacks (it will have a couple feet of wire in between the jacks) plug the 1/8 inch adapter into the jack on I-POD and the RED/WHITE ends into the back of your systems aux inputs RED/WHITE! OR tape input ect! make sure I-POD is turned up! and you may have to adjust I pod eq to get the best sound out of system! (OH you can get this adatper at any radio shack or wall-mart!)
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The Bose GS can only support component video set-up for the best video definition. This video connection set-up uses three RCA cables to transfer the video signal from an output device (the Bose GS) to an input device (Your TV).
Check if the back of your GS system has a set of video out RCA ports that are titled "Comp Out". You TV should then have a "Comp In" video input RCA ports you can connect to.
Check the cable between the media centre and bass module for signs of damage (if its buried in the wall / under the floor and you can't check it, assume it could be damaged).
however, this sounds like a fault with the Digital Analogue Converter - this coverts the digital audio on a disc to analogue information the amplifer can use to produce sound. Contact your retailer for exchange / repair.....