Question about Bose Companion 3 Computer Speakers
Just fixed my Companion 3 (had same issue as described) .
Root cause: IRFZ44N was broken, replacement fixed it all.
Posted on Mar 24, 2012
Check first that you have connected the speaker to the right output. For example on many computer there is an aux output marked in blue that can give you this problem.
If the problem does not depend from the source, then that sounds like an internal fault on your Bose system.
Leave the Bose unplugged from power and from computer for one hour, to get rid of electrostatic charges accumulated inside capacitors.
If that does not get rid of the problem, then there is an internal fault, either a short on speaker wiring, or a fault on the internal amp circuit board.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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