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You can use a Optical to Analog audio adaptor (found all over the internet for under $30). You'll also need an optical cable that goes between the adaptor and TV. Be sure to set the audio output on the TV settings to PCM audio output, otherwise there will be no output.
Your TV output is a pass-thru from the coax cable then. The only solution- turn the volume down, or unplug them.. Or get a cable box. A VCR may work as a temporary cable box, and if you have a remote for it, you should be able to just turn off the audio at any time with a VCR remote. (unless the VCR also has a pass-thru only audio output)
I would say that as with many manufacturers, the Bose 3-2-1 is meant to play Dual Layer DVDs. Since they hold data on 2 separate layers of the disc, these hold twice the amount of data than the Dvd+r or -r that you're using. When the Bose system tries to read the 2 layers and only finds one it, will not recognize the dvd. If you don't have a Dual-Layer burner and Dual Layer discs to burn to, you should upgrade your burning equipment. They're not that expensive these days. Cheers!
Hey GEEK1, If you are having difficulty with your Bose 321 home theater system, there are a couple of options you can pursue at any given time. For a good majority of electronics, you may always contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and repairs. Most products will typically carry a one-year manufacturer's warranty, though some products have been known to carry up to three or five years of coverage. You can reach Bose by either visit their website at www.Bose.com, or by calling their toll-free hotline at 1-(800)-367-4008. Alternatively, you may always bring products that are in need of repairs to a Geek Squad ® agent at your local Best Buy™ store location. Best Buy™ technicians are able to perform repairs on most products we sell, and even on products sold through other retailers. Hope this helps you out. Sincerely, Aaron Go Ahead. Use Us.