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Bose Lifestyle 35 - Picture is very jumpy

I have just set up the Bose system after some time of putting it in storage.  The set up was flawless and the sound is perfect.  But the picture is jumping alot.
Is there some setting that I need to make, or is this a hardware problem.  The picture is jumping whether its a DVD or just the Bose Welcome page.
Appreciate your advise.
Mark

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  • tiiuandmark Feb 08, 2009

    Good comment Benimur. Not really sure how to change the Bose colour system setting as I can;t actually see the picture. The picture does actually clear now and again and its perfect at that point until it starts to act up again. At the moment though, the picture is not clear at all.

    I even tried to run a different DVD player through the Bose system and the same problem persists (I thought it might be the optical lazer). I'm hoping its not the video card in the machine? Do you still think that it might be the colour system?

    As I am in Brunei, I don't have a Bose retailer to take the machine to.

    All advice is appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Mark

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Please change TV color system to AUTO to see jumping free picture.
If Bose is either on PAL or NTSC color system, TV will show correct picture and color automatically.

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Try this,
Press System on the LIFESTYLE® remote control. Move right to see a preview of media center
features. Press the Enter button to move into an active display of submenus,Restore settings,yes.

Posted on Feb 08, 2009

  • Randy Hough
    Randy Hough Feb 08, 2009

    You can also check these settings.



    Getting an image to appear on the TV screen:

    Be sure to select the proper video input on your TV (consistent with the video input that

    the media center connects to on the back of the TV). Use the LIFESTYLE® remote control

    Input button (just below the TV source button.

    • Using the Component video connection option:

    If you have a Component video connection between the TV and the media center, be

    sure to make that selection on the display of the media center. Otherwise,

    you may see nothing on your screen when you select DVD as the source.

    • Using the progressive scan capability of your TV:

    Make sure there is a Component video connection between the TV and the media

    center.

    Be sure to make the Progressive selection on the display of the media center. Otherwise, you may see nothing on your screen when you select DVD as the

    source.

    For other video components connected to the media center, make sure the component

    is also connected using a Component video adapter.

  • Randy Hough
    Randy Hough Feb 08, 2009

    Also check the video cable connections (If using RCA type cable,Video Is the yellow one)

    If you are using HDMI or S-video cable,Try an analog cable instead.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Depending on where you are, you may want to check if the color system (NTSC/PAL) Bose Lifestyle 35 is configured to match what your TV is using.

Good luck and thank you for using FixYa.

Posted on Feb 08, 2009

  • Louie  Role
    Louie Role Feb 08, 2009

    Appreciate the postback.

    The 35 could be set to multi region, however I am not sure what your TV is and if it is a multi system. To my understanding, Brunei uses PAL B hence even if the Bose could be made multi region, the TV may not be.

    Still, options to try making the 35 multi region are:


    • Option 1
    "Use the standard remote controls to unlock as follows:
    Enable Multi-Region, Bose Lifestyle 35: 9-4-Shuffle-Stop-Mute
    Enable Region Enhanced, Bose Lifestyle 28 and 35: Stop-Shuffle-Region
    Code (ie: 1-4)-Enter


    • Option 2
    Bose Lifestyle 35, software version post Nov 02
    Initialise:
    (performed once, with power off)
    right arrow, up arrow, shuffle, stop, mute
    Set region code:
    (for region free set 0 for region code)
    Power on
    Open tray, insert disk, when tray open
    stop, shuffle, 0, enter
    tray will close & DVD play


    • Option 3
    Get the latest firmware and remote hack for changing region here:
    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BoseLifest...
    Lifestyle 35/28 is also hacked using remote control.
    The buttons are pressed one after the next. You never press
    more than one button at a time. Press then release, then do the next...
    To make region "0"
    - Seek Forward Button (right arrow)
    - Tune Up Button (up arrow)
    - Shuffle Button
    - Stop Button
    - Mute Button
    To enter specific regions ONLY use for region enhanced disks:
    - Open the disk tray first to ensure it works
    - Stop Button
    - Shuffle Button
    - Region number of the DVD discs sold in that region (i.e. for
    region 4, press the number 4 button)
    - Enter

    Incidentally, a user manual is available here.



  • Louie  Role
    Louie Role Feb 08, 2009

    Or as welcomejee has proposed, see if your TV has an AUTO feature for the color system and enable it.

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Its a hardware problem.

Posted on Feb 08, 2009

  • rockfixya
    rockfixya Feb 08, 2009

    TRY RESET: Unplug the power cord for 4 hours, then power up again. That will cure it if the cause is corrupted software codes.
    may be it helps.
    thanks

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