Question about Bose 601 Main / Stereo Speaker
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The grille will come off if you try to pry it off. Then, unscrew the bad driver. Sort of new ones are sold on E-Bay for not a lot of money. Install the new driver, secure it with screws, and snap the grille back into place.
Posted on Mar 08, 2007
SOURCE: bose 901 series II speskers
To remove the stapled grilles, have a look at:
To go further and remove one or several drivers, remember that these speakers are air-tight (acoustic suspension); Don't break gaskets.
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
It depends on the TV audio output connections. Most TVs have low level audio outputs (RCA Jacks) that require a amp but some do have external speaker connections. You will have to refer to your manual or check the back of the set.
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
I contacted the Customer support folks at Bose. Here is what they said:
With a stereo receiver, the equalizer is run through the tape monitor section in the back of the receiver. The receiver's tape monitor output, left and right, runs to the amp input section of the equalizer, left and right. Then the amp output section of the equalizer, left and right, runs to the receiver's tape monitor input section. With a surround sound, home theater, type of receiver, the theory is the same, but the connection is through the preamp-out/ main amp-in section of the receiver. Not all receivers have this feature. Most, in fact, do not. Check the back of the receiver. There would be a connection made by two U-shaped clips. The plugs would be pulled out. Then connect from the preamp-out to the equalizer's amp input section; and from the equalizer's amp output section to the main amp-in. This effectively isolates the equalizer so that it is not affecting the other speakers in the system or the receiver's surround processing. Attached is a current list of known 901-home theater compatible receivers:
Note: Specifications subject to change without notice. Bose Corporation is not responsible for any inaccuracies due to manufacturer changes. Inclusion in this list does not indicate an endorsement by Bose Corporation. When in doubt contact the manufacturer of the equipment.
I have the list in a pdf document but do not see a way to attach it.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll forward the pdf.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
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