Question about Bose MediaMate Computer Speakers
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What happened to you is probably mere coincidence with your cousin's use of the headphones and this is throwing you off. I own the Bose Companions also and they stopped working as well. However, I traced the problem to the "wall wart" power supply. Not sure why but Bose is now using an interchangable plug on them. If you look at the power supply you will see a "PUSH" button. If you depress it the plug can slide out. When it is slid back in and locked in place the connection between the plug plate and the power supply is not a good one. Try fiddling with it. But even if the connection is not the culprit, something in the power supply is. I swapped another power supply with the same connector and spec's ( amps must be the same ) from another item and the speakers worked perfectly.
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
SOURCE: Bose Control Pod won't work
Try changing the plug on the control pod, those plugs are fairly weak and prone to breakage. Does there appear to be any strain at all on the plug itself? if so then that is where I would start. If you have a series 2 then I can help you, or if you can find out if the 2 control pods are the same, that would be fine too, but I have a series 2 system companion 3 and if needed I will cut my cable to trace the wiring and then replace your plug for you. my cost for this would be $40, that includes return shipping with priority mail.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
check if the volume control needs to be replaced. volume controls gets bad in due time coz of the carbon layer which gets thinner and thinner till it gets cut off
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
The coil inside the speaker is very tiny and if it loosens contact to main line to the jack, it may have open or short wirings inside. Or that one of the lines have shortages. If you can use a voltmeter tester, you can check if it has open or short wirings. If it's just both, then you can change the wire from the speaker to the jack. But if it stills hums, then there must be loose connection inside the speaker, so you need to replace the speaker with the same wattage and diameter available in electronics stores.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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