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My Bose MediaMate Tower is squealing, How do I fix it?

When I plugged them in, the tower started Whistling and squealing.

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Posted on Apr 01, 2011

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The Bose will have a rectifying circuit in the unit that converts the AC to DC voltage.
A DC adapter rectifies the AC to produce a DC current and should work but because the DC current passes through a rectifer twice, it will reduce the voltage to slight below 12 volts and the speakers may not product a volume level the same as it would with a 12 AC adapter.

Posted on Jun 29, 2011

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No sound


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Aug 03, 2011 | Bose MediaMate Computer Speakers

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Need a power adapter forr Bose mediamate speakers


you could get this on Ebay if you dont have an account you will need to create one
Add Email adress
Add Bank Acc
Add Credit Card
also add your postal adress
also add a paypal account
when you get to the paypal login page at the bottom you will see new to paypal sign up tab
paypal to create an account
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be very specific when you search type in the coorect details i can supply a link to an adapter but not sure if its the one you need
http://cgi.ebay.com.au/New-12V-AC-AC-Power-Adapter-Supply-BOSE-PS71-DCS91-/270684179832?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3f0608cd78
AU $12.60 +AU $27.16
in the USA
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Apr 01, 2011 | Bose MediaMate Computer Speakers

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Installed the speakers into my new Desktop computer.I cannot obtain any sound now from the speakers. They appear to be installed properly.


make sure your master volume is not on mute or try plugging the speakers into the other jack on the back of the computer.

Nov 25, 2010 | Bose MediaMate Computer Speakers

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It says The selected device has no output controls


I'm using a new mac pro 5.1 and this method works best for me. Turn off your computer unplug your bose companion 5 and the usb cable as well. Unplug keyboard usb plug it in the front of your tower, plug back your bose system and usb cable voila. From now on you'll never have problems ever again :D

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My fan makes a loud squealing noise upon starting


open the tower if you can and check if some obstruction of wire is there or not. caution turn of the pwr before doing that . if no obstruction then the fan has to be replaced. open the fan carefully take it to best buy or wallmart and get it replaced.
it is possible for the older computer that the fan goes bad or moves faster than its normal speed . its a common problem with all brands of computer.

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sounds like it could be a bearing in your hard drive. is this problem constant? If so, I would open up the tower and disconnect the hard drive and then power up the tower again. if the sound goes away--you need to get a new hard drive. If not, you could have some dust bunnies in your cooling fan.

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Can I use mediamate speakers I had on my desk top on my laptop that runs vista? I have them plugged in and it sounds terrible...I have always had a problem with these speakers being very crackly and...


No it is not fixed, I think it has to do with the wires and plug that goes into the tower, when I move the plug in the tower around I get good sound, can't fiddle around all day with wires,and holding the plug in a specific location, I think they are junk... and I don't think the speakers justify spending money on trouble shooting!

Joyce

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