My Aiwa System keeps turning off while i'm using it for my surround sound and I know theres a auto off; if it doesn't recognize enough bass but can't figure out for the life of me how to turn it off...sucks trying to watch tv.
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If you think about it, you don't even NEED a TV to access surround sound unless the TV is tuning the stations off the air and then only if it HAS facilities to export the audio. If you really get TV programming from a Cable or SAT Box THEY are legitimate high-end digital audio sources.
After considering all that THIS product has no facility to accept a true digital signal from anything external anyway. It only accepts 2-channel analog audio. The best you could hope for from the TV or Cable Box is stereo audio. Page 27. Of course, once that is conencted you COULD play around with the various DSP modes. "Surround" is not an option from the two speakers included nor does the electronics support multichannel.
The Bose Lifestyle 5 is not a 5.1 surround sound system. It is a 2.1 sound system, meaning it is stereo with a subwoofer/bass unit. Having two speakers that can be angled in different directions, the Bose Lifestyle 5 employs Bose direct/reflecting technology,providing greater audio presence. Still, it is definitely not a surround sound system.
Most of those CDs they sell are just a gimmick, nothing can replace a good hand cleaning with a cue-tip done by taking the whole thing apart. Take it to the local technician to get it cleaned properly first and foremost, or do it yourself if you feel safe enough taking all this apart and cleaning a tiny fragile little lens with a cue-tip and windex yourself. If a good hand cleaning like that does not work, then it means the reader head itself is defective and need to be replaced. If this is the case, don't bother. A cheap head will go for around 200$ usually and sometimes more, and at the price you get a new complete system it will be better buying a whole new sound system.
there is a problem with the stereo firmware. It is not anything you are doing wrong. It is a common problem with all Aiwa's. If you are handy with electronical repair, you can test and replace the bad resistors. Otherwise, it will have to be taken in for diagnostic testing.