While watching a movie my Bose 3-2-1 Series II stops. The picture is still there but the screen freezes as though I put it on pause. Sometimes it starts going again after a minute and sometimes it doesn't. When it stalls, I can not get to the menu or stop it. I have to shut it off and go to a scene which may or may not have been the scene I was watching.
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If you tried the yellow composite cable "in every single hole" it wasn't exactly 'exactly' following the manual then, was it?
Are you using component cabels, too (red, green and blue). Mis-wiring them will give you B/W or other wierd visuals.
Your TV's inputs and what is selected by the TV's controls would determine which cables' input it display. You could prove whether the composite is the culprit by removing it while viewing the TV. If the picture goes away, THAT cable is carrying the video you're watching. Otherwise, maybe you need to select the component input and check the conenction of each wire while watching.
To convert Bose 3-2-1 GS Series 2 DVD system to Multi-Region playback
1. Press the Right button on your remote control 2. Press the Up button on your remote control 3. Press the Shuffle button on your remote control 4. Press the Stop button on your remote control 5. Press the Mute button on your remote control 6. The disc tray should eject twice to confirm the region change 7. Press the Standby button on your remote control to power off your machine 8. After one minute, press the Standby button on your remote control to power on.
Well, it seems that this may be a common issue with this BOSE unit. My 321 GSIII was working fine as well for about a week. After a full frustrating day of switching, disconnecting, reconnecting cables and resetting the unit and TV several times, I was forced to call the BOSE Technical. They tried to help with the situation over the phone by directing me to do just about everything I did before I ever called them. After about an hour of their unsuccessful help, they left me in saying that I will now have to run Composite cables because my TV will not connect for some reason through HDMI even though it was working for a short time. AHHHHH...I custom prepared the walls in my new office to accommodate non-exposed cables and wires and now BOSE is saying to expose Composite cables. Tomorrow, I am going to connect the Composite cables to confirm if the 321 will now work that way (for curiousty). I will then call BOSE back and demand a replacement unit. I will keep all in the loop with my progress of this situation.