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Error message: custom eq error:10

Zone 2 speakers where working 100%.Then when tried playing them recently and there was no sound , then they started to play but i could not adjust sound via remote, then thy would go off again when i fiddled with remote. Now my first remote for zone 1 also giving trouble, i switch on unit with remote, but seems to be working another zone and when i physically switch power on unit then the original zone 1 comes on, i dont know whats going on, i then inserted the iq disc maybe it would sort it out but is shows and error message, something about custom eq setting error:10 call bose. Please help.thanks

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  • charly36 Nov 24, 2007

    I have the same problem as you have custom EQ error 10 call bose ,what can be the problem?

  • Anonymous Dec 16, 2007

    error 10 on bose lifestyle 38

  • jmcnick45 Sep 01, 2008

    I have just setup my Lifestyle 28 System. I have been having problems intermittently when switching between components where the surround sound feature will turn off and revert to onlt front speakers working. I subsequently shut off the acoustimas module and turned it back on. Now none of the speakers will work at all and I am getting the following error when running setup CD - "CUSTOM EQ ERROR:10" Call Bose......

  • caunhye Sep 02, 2008

    same problem. what to do?

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SOURCE: Bose - Custom EQ Error: 10

i had the same problem but it was a stupid mistake, i forgot to flick the power switch on the acoustimass module! In short it means for some reason the accoustimass module is having trouble communicating with the lifestyle centre.

Posted on Sep 12, 2008

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SOURCE: error code 10 during sound calibration

Please ensure that you have turned on the Accoustimass module, this can cause communication errors when calibrating. Also check that all connections are correctly plugged in as if one is not quite sat right this may give the error, just try unplugging them and plug them back in.

Posted on Dec 09, 2009

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SOURCE: Bose - Custom EQ Error: 10

Hi, I have just had the same problem and the advice from BOSE was to turn everything off and disconnect the sub from the main unit, wait 10 mins and turn everything back on, making sure to turn the sub on first.

As it happens i then noticed I had connected the sub via the BOSE link speakers plug to the main unit rather than the correct "MAIN" socket. - so if you are reading this you know I am a fool! But the sound now works.

Basically BOSE confirmed the reason for error 10 is that the main unit is not detecting the sub and speakers.

Anyway, I hope my foolish mistake, helps save time and blushes for anyone reading this link.

J.

Posted on Dec 31, 2009

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