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TV & Radio in two different rooms

I cannot listen to the Bose outside the house and listen to the tv inside the house, but we used to be able to . If the Bose music is on outside it is also playing inside the house and I cannot listen to the TV inside the house.

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Dual source button, and switch them around to your choice of in/out sounds

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The Bose has the option for external antenna, but uses the AC cord as the antenna, so first try stretching your AC cord to its fullest extent in a straight line, then in different directions to see if that improves the situation. This is for FM only. The AM uses an internal ferrite rod antenna, and this is sensitive to direction, so try rotating the radio in different directions to see if signal improves on AM, and place unit as near a window as possible.

If none of this helps, you will be able to use an external antenna, and no it is not mandatory that they be mounted outside ... as long as you have room indoors. In fact, several manufacturers market indoor antennas for apartment dwellers and others under restrictions against mounting antennas outdoors.

But, logically, the best way to improve reception is the largest antenna mounted as high up and as far away from obstructions between the antenna and transmitter as possible.

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The Bose unit is not the problem, there is interference near by causing the operating frequency to pick up static, check all electrical items in the house including the lights to see if the source can be located, if not it is coming from outside.

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for the other two rooms connect them to surround/back, go into settings and in power amp assignment assign the surround back speakers to the multi room.
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It is a very strange case that you have.
I think that bose is correct, there is definetly an electromagnetic interference with the system, but the strabge part is that panasonic plasma tvs are not supposed to emit such EMI and they should be shielded.
one advice is that to verify this try putting on the tv, and bring a portable radio close to it and see is there is a change in the sound, if there is one, then definetly your tv is emitting EM fields. this could be due to a factory defect in the tv, have it checked by the retailer where you got your tv.
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