Question about Boston Acoustics TVee Model Two TV Speakers
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The sound bar system was not adequately tested before release and it's obvious. The sub seems to disconnect and reconnect randomly. This also happens when the bar is off. It makes a large bassy pop every so often when it shuts down. It's woken me up at night when it decided to turn on and off. Occasionally I have to power cycle the sub or even change the frequency in order to re-establish a wireless connection. All of this is an occasional occurrence and poses more of an annoyance than anything. It's crappy to have to say that "It works most of the time." It's too bad because the concept is fantastic, and now I question the quality of Boston Acoustics.
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
I see that you need help since you lost the hardware for setting up you TVee Model Two Speakers.
What hardware are we speaking of? check the links I have provided, one of the links will be the manual and the other links will be where you can get the parts that you might need.
Parts Boston Acoustic Website
Parts Other Resellers
I hope this will help.
send me a message if you need a specific part maybe we can get info for it.
Posted on Jul 04, 2011
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Distorted sound from the Soundbar.
Change the Trim Level switch setting to a higher number.
Check the signal source to be sure the distortion is not originating there. <<<<<<<<<
The woofer seems to have interference with its wireless signal.
Try changing settings of the Wireless ID switches on both the soundbar and bass unit. <<<<<<<<
The bass unit could be too far from the soundbar to get a good signal. Try moving it closer.
What is the source device that results in static? How is it connected?
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