I have had exceptional sound quality from this stereo up untill yesterday. It just does not have nearly the same bass or sound quality as it did. I thought it was my PC but I played a CD and still the same issue. Ensured my Max sound was on and all connections were tight but still same issue.
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Consider first a separate system. For if one part of the shelf system fails you have to buy everything. If the CD say on a separate system fails you buy just one CD player. Separate systems have also much better sound quality also.
The symptom you are describing is exactly what is known as a "BLOWN" speaker or the voice coil has "shorted", this is caused from the volume being up to loud, heating up the voice coil and frying it, in the future if the bass/sound is distorted then turn the volume down just enough to stop the distortion and this will save the speaker.
As far as getting a replacement speaker, you will have to contact the manufacture to get a replacement.
Good Luck !
The Bose Lifestyle 5 is not a 5.1 surround sound system. It is a 2.1 sound system, meaning it is stereo with a subwoofer/bass unit. Having two speakers that can be angled in different directions, the Bose Lifestyle 5 employs Bose direct/reflecting technology,providing greater audio presence. Still, it is definitely not a surround sound system.
Check out if the earth connections are are good in the jack.
Are you connecting to a dedicated socket for turntables on your amp? Turntables have to have a pre-amp stage (unlike CD/Tape) before they go to the main pre-amp. If the Teac doesn't have a turntable socket, you will need to buy a pre-amp for the turntable.
Get components. Or a good AV receiver, that's what it takes to make it work correctly. By the time you configure all the accessories you need to make it work correctly, you've paid for a Receiver and then some. Hope this answers your question
I burn CD's on my laptop connected to a HM-33 through the earphone out plug. You have to change the computer's system input sound preference from "system" to "Audio in". Stereo sound quality is excellent.
Please connect the headphone to your system and check the sound quality,If it sound good then the connection of the speakers are not ok. This system has HI & low frequency output. Connect woofer to LOW frequency output and tweaters to HI frequency.
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