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SOURCE: Not enough IR range to use remote

Get yourself a very thin and small screwdriver. The type that comes in the eyeglass repair kits. Remove the cloth/plastic grill from the front of the sound bar. Locate the IR sensor in the center of the bar. Pry the dark red filter off the IR sensor and leave it off.

Problem solved, greatly increases range. I have read that there is a clear replacement cover you can buy but whats the point?

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SOURCE: hello, my boston acoustic TVee

mine is doing the same thing. have you found a fix for this?

Posted on Dec 26, 2010

SOURCE: I have a TVee model 2 from Boston Acoustics

Hi jdmowen,

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.

Manual
Parts Boston Acoustic Website
Parts Reseller
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.

mvincentc

Posted on Jul 04, 2011

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