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Please help, i'm trying to connect my wireless microphone AWR6112 receiver true my laptop Pavilion dm4 to my Bose lifestyle t20 system. every time when i connect it i have a voice sound delay of like a second and its make it impossible to sing or to talk. This is the exact connections i use: 1. From mic receiver to mic input on the laptop 2. From my laptop with HDMI cable to Samsung LED 55" TV 3. From TV to Bose T20 system with HDMI Cable PS when i connect the mic receiver directly to Bose the sound is good and there is no delay. Please help to get rid of this delay, what should i do?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Apple TV and Bose Home Theater
I had the same problem.
I could not get HDMI to HDMI to work.
i fixed it (work around), by connecting ATV HDMI to DVD HDMI port on V30, i then connect L&R to AUX. I set the Bose remote for controlling ATV to AUX.
so to use ATV with Bose remote i know press DVD, this gives me the correct display but not audio, i then press AUX and this gives me ATV control and audio.
interesting, when i first set this up (trial and error), it didn't work. I was doing some cable management clean up, when i got a fright and the thing started working...but i have a ghost in my house so that is probably a more plausible reason why its working now.
it feels like this product is only 90% finished
Posted on May 26, 2009
CC is a function of your cable box in this case. TV's have the feature as well, but Bose is right about not all HDMI devices supporting CC through HDMI, especially converting from component to HDMI before hitting your TV. The solution: call your cable provider for this. Start at the source. The cables you use or the TV won't 'take away' closed caption if it's already there.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
You may have to go into the bose setup and select optical in for that particular input. Check your user manuel it should say in it.
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
You need to buy a Bose VS 2, video enhancer. Your cable/sattelite, vcr and aux connect to the VS 2 and the VS2 connects one HDMI cable to the TV. The VS2 then upconverts DVDs played on the lifestyle through the VS2/HDMI.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
Sounds like you might be out of luck with the older 3-2-1 system. I am in the same boat, and am thinking I will only be able to utilize the "audio out" on the back of my Samsung LCD, and run that to the "aux in" on the Bose 3-2-1. This of course will not allow me to utilize the 3-2-1's DVD player, but by using a seperate DVD player, such as a Blu-Ray hooked to the LDC TV, the video will make it to the screen, and then the audio should make it through the Bose 3-2-1 speakers. Probably not the "best" solution, but one that I am going to attempt.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
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