My system seems to constantly have issues. It times out and won't allow you to replay a disk after a while without turning the device off (at the mains) and back on again. It doesn't like copying from disks very much, several attempts at doing that have failed, but the worst is that if you play back from the hard disk it hangs once it has played the last track.
Yep, I know I should have taken it back but this is our third hi-fi purchase, I really just want it to work properly. I suspected it needed a firmware update but have no idea how to get one. Hitachi site wholly unhelpful.
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It means that there's a misaligned disk inside. You need to
1. Unplug it and shake it side-to-side. 2. Then turn it on and press the open/close. 3. If it doesn't open, goto step 1. 4. When it opens, get the disks out, use disk exchange to try to get them all out. 5. Turn it off, unplug it, shake it again and make sure that there isn't another loose disk, if there is, then open it and get it out.
This is a known flaw in certain Panasonic DVD changers. Good luck
Use a computer to rip your CD's
Then copy them to a memory stick. Then you can plug the memory stick in and copy the files to the hard drive that way. Each files takes about 5-10 seconds.
Hope that helps
I do not have an schematic for this item but from your complaint you must have the prossessor change.and your set will return to normal.WHAT HAPPEN IS THAT WHEN THE CURRENT PASSES THROUGH THE IC IT BECOMESW HOT CAUSING IT TO FAIL.
would not exactly agree with bose proposed solution, however easy to test......
borrow a dvd palyer of a different model and type , ensure that the output from the dvd player is set correctly ie. 5.1
you need to verify that the co ax you are useing is not damaged, faulty and is connected both ends correctly,
if bose give you some hassle get a spare set of cable to be sure the connect or to the co- ax is not damaged in any way.
i suggest there is a problem with the on board decode for dolby 5.1, known as SPDIF = "S P diff " ( a system designed in conjunction with SONY and PHILIPS and used on nearly every 5.1 decoder sold in the world) easy to fix its usually a firmware upgarde or reset usually done in the factory, simple problem, could have been caused by electrical interference or unusual magnetisim problem post manufacturing or possible on site problem, however from your point of view impossible to prove either way.
must point out that analog cables don't carry a 5.1 signal. and also should point out that co -ax is not 100% necessary nor the only way to push a 5.1 signal into that bassbox.
check your cables first , then borrow a dvd player, then bring it back to bose and tell them to fix it. if its still wrong.