Everything works fine except I cannot hear anything.
I initially set the system up to the front input group on the TV and everything worked. I then moved it to what was to be its permanent location and now it has no sound, just images.
I have tried moving it back to the front jacks and unplugging the system completely, waiting , and rebooting.... no luck.
exactly the same problem - just moved my system from one room to another - was working perfectly, now no sound on tv - dvd/cd/tuner all work fine.
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Most units of this type have a "dimmer" for the display. Have you checked this? If you have the product manual, there will be a section in it detailing how to change the setting. If you don't have the manual, download one the Bose website.
Hi, sounds like the centre front speaker is disconnected. Check the wiring on that, if all is good there then a fault most likely with the amp. To make sure try connecting a different speaker to the centre channel just for test purpose to eliminate a speaker/cable fault. Best of luck
Unfortunately this is impossible on the 321 series II systems. There also is no audio output on the media center to send to another amp either. As you may know, the 2 speakers are actually 4 speakers. Each small speaker array has 2 drivers. The 2 on the outside will project rear-channel audio to the sides, so placement of these speakers is important. Honestly, adding speakers would not make this sound very good.
If the sound isn't too great as is, make sure you're using digital audio cables (optical or coax) from any external sources like a cable box or Blu-ray player. (if you don't see a Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS 5.1 or PCM 2.0 read-out on front of the media center, you'll know it's not digital. DVDs the exception)
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
The echo you hear is the audio delay between your TV speakers and Bose speakers. Muting (or lowering the volume) on the TV will eliminate the echo. Some TVs have a setting to turn of TV speakers entirely, allowing you to listen to your TVs audio strictly through your Bose system.
Check the cable between the media centre and bass module for signs of damage (if its buried in the wall / under the floor and you can't check it, assume it could be damaged).
however, this sounds like a fault with the Digital Analogue Converter - this coverts the digital audio on a disc to analogue information the amplifer can use to produce sound. Contact your retailer for exchange / repair.....
I had the same problem with my 321 system. The fix is in the cable box settings. You want to change the Digital Out on the cable box..my choices were HDMI....Dolby Digital..and None. Choose Dolby Digital and it will show up on your Bose 321 display. I also have my cable box connected to my bose system via optical digital cable...and a digital coaxel cable from my dvr to my bose. Change that output setting on my cable box took care of the PCM 2.0 problem for me.