Hi, I purchased a lifestyle 48 2 years ago, and suddenly now there is no sound in the following modes, tv, aux, cable/sat, stored. We only get sound when we play a cd or dvd. Any advice would be great. We have checked all the connections and they are fine. Thank you, Lisa
Could be damaged cable between the media centre and bass module (check along cable length for damage, kinks or at DIN plug ends for bent/damaged pins), faulty media centre (unlikely) or fault in the bass module....
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No TV model... came through with your Bose LifeStyle home theater question...
I'm just going to mention that I have seen a couple of available configurations... depending on your signal source... BROADCAST, CABLE, SATELITE... (etc.)...
If it is Just your intention to source from the TV... THERE (at the TV)... It might be as simple as going into "menu" ... then move down to your "AUDIO" PROFILE.. and make sure your external speaker OPTION is showing "ON" (or "equipped")...
" on your TV and making sure your PRIMARY volumes sources & destinations (Bose) volumes at acceptable levels... so as to not FRIGHTEN your neighborhood when the sound does come through)
No success ... comment me back with your TV signal source... HMDI or optical outputs... (and does your AUDIO Work in STAND-ALONE on the TV... Now??)
If all else is working on the BOSE... I don't think we need to continue there...
Comment me back if you need... I'll be around!
Post comments... addendum
(I did say Menu... (twice))...
RESET , General:
**WARNING: This operation will clear all of your customized settings.
V... depicts the volume down button on your remote (immediately above the "menu" button).
With the set turned off...Stand in front of TV.
At the right side on the TV set... locate the power button on the right side...
WHILE holding down the V (on the remote) Turn on the TV POWER button on the TV.
(The TV will turn itself off, then back on again.)
Then ... V (symbol) Release the button.
**WARNING: This operation will clear all of your customized settings...
I'll still be here... comment me back... if you need.
hook up computer straight to t.v with hdmi cable. then get two aux cables (usually red and white) and run them straight from tv audio OUTPUT to audio INPUT on bose system. them anytime you want surround sound even when your watching tv just press the aux button on the bose system controller. should be perfect.
You need to buy a Bose VS 2, video enhancer. Your cable/sattelite, vcr and aux connect to the VS 2 and the VS2 connects one HDMI cable to the TV. The VS2 then upconverts DVDs played on the lifestyle through the VS2/HDMI.
The key is having at least a Universal Remote ($10.00 or less) that will operate your brand of TV. Your TV is only looking at "stations". You need to make it see Aux-1, Aux-2, or Line In mode. BUT, another trick is to run the DVD into your VCR (if capable). Select the VCR proper "input mode" (Aux-1, Aux-2, or Line In mode) then the DVD will play through the VCR and it will play through the TV on either channel 3 or 4. Problem solved!
Try power cycling (unplug power from rear, wait 20 seconds and the power back up). As far as the left side audio problem, confirm you do not have the left analog input (white) plugged into the device digital input which is located below the right (red) input jack. The Left input jack is above the right input jack.
Run a regular RCA type audio cable from your TV audio out to your Home Theatre audio in. That is what I have done recently with my Samsung LCD and Home Theater. You then have to put your Home Theater on Aux 1 or Aux 2 to get the sound from TV. Ensure your TV's volume is off.