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You might want to try connecting the Apple TV to your TV using HDMI, then using the optical cable from your TV to your Bose system. In your TV's settings, there should be an Audio Output option. You'll want to turn off the TV speakers. Optical audio can be a little strange compared to traditional analog. If your cord is going bad, it could result in behavior like you described.
yes use the Av cables for this connection . at the back of the TV there should be video in and Audio in connection.
for video its usually the yellow pin so yellow will go with yellow tv & m system
just follow colour code
ansd now u will get visual on the screen .
I connected my surround sound to the audio output on my samsung tv and it works fine. Of course I don't have an hdmi input on my surround sound system because its an older model, but it works great. Just got to put the surround sound to audio instead of dvd or tuner setting
u have to go to radioshackand get a 1/8 to dual rca y-adapter then u plug it in to ur tv , if its a philips like u say itis it has a audio out put for headphones on the left bottom corner on the back of the tv, just plug it in and then lower the volume on the bose system and on your tv remote press menu, tv menu will come on on the tv screen go to it, or press ok on the remote, on tv screen will say tv setting press ok on remote, go to sound, go to headphone volume, put it on 60 its the perfect setting on for your tv DO NOT go over 65 it will distotion the equilizer on the bose, well this work for me but if i find out an other way ill let you all know
You should be able to connect hdmi from apple tv to bose v30 for picture and sound. You can also run component video to bose and a hdmi out of bose to tv. Just make sure your running hdmi out of bose system to tv if your tv supports hdmi if not use component video cable. Another way which isn't as good of quality is to run fiber optic from apple tv to bose v30 and hdmi straight to tv.