Question about Bose 3 2 1 GSX System
Hi this is a common problem with that device the speakers are fine and will not be causing the problem have you checked all the wires are in the right way round like the + and - as this can cause the problem your having.
If the wires are correct then the chances are its going to be the amp thats damaged probably a blown resistor causing the volt to fluctuate it shouldnt cost to much to get repaired.
What caused the problem is going to be having the volume up really high then a load of base running through the amp this can cause internal parts to fail so this is the likely cause.
If you are to replace the base but keep the speakers then make sure the base and speakers are the right power or else you will have bad sound and also could affect the surround sound quality so just check the watts are the same and you should have no problems.
Let me know if you need further assistance ok
Posted on Mar 27, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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