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Bose 802C System Controller

One of the channel of my system controller is giving a distorted sound. I am hoping to find a possible resolution or help troubleshoot. Thanks.

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  • justfax Jul 12, 2008

    System controller 802 C II will not sufficiently drive speakers Bose 802's. Using with mackie 1604 board and separate stereo amp. all components except contoller check out ok. hook up is from board out to contoller balanced inputs and out of controllers high frequency output with controller in FR and +4 db and full range modes, but getting only a faint signal into speakers.

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Please bring a good brand lubricant contact cleaner from near radio shack and apply it in the sockets(the place which you put your jack).and insert your jack in-out many times-also you have to check cable for the bad channel(try with good channel cable).

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Also here is thir worldwide support page for your product
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They have the phone number for support, I have owned many bose systems but not thiss one, seeing that you have had so many people trying to help I thought I would give you this information to contact their direct support By phone in the Morning, If it's flashing it's not getting a signal from most of bose products I have used so hope this helps and merry xmass hope ya get it fixed.

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Tech data sheet with diagrams:
http://www.bose.com/pdf/professional/802III_techdata.pdf

In a nutshell, the controller would go between a preamp Stereo OUTput and a dedicated amplifier INPUT. You can't use Bose 901 or 802 EQ in a multichannel setup without separate amps for the Bose speakers.

The Bose 802/901 family uses full-range speakers instead of traditional woofer/tweeter combinations, so they compensate for the response limitations at the extreme frequencies by using severe electronic modification of the program material. Hence, they are a system, functionally inseparable, but the results are outstanding. Consequently, they need a dedicated amplifier so they alone get the processing provided by their electronic component.

In a vanilla stereo configuration you would just put the controller/EQ into a Tape Monitor loop but multichannel sound and digital sources won't work that way.

You should be able to draw off the (assumed) Front L&R channel preamp signal from the MD/CD-R or DVD-R Audio Out (REC) jacks (*). Run that to the Preamp In (or whatever it's labeled on the Bose EQ/Controller). DO NOT run a return RCA pair back to the Receiver as Bose-processed signals will not play well with non-Bose speakers. (*) Run the Output of the Bose EQ/Controller to a powerful separate amp for the Bose 802/901's. I use two channels on a Carver multichannel AV-406 amp but a stand-alone Carver MT-200T also works well. A good clean 100 watts/channel should suffice at home.

* If possible, choose the recorder loop you are NOT using for something else. If you're using the MD/CD-R or DVD-R Audio OUT for a recording device just get some RCA splitters to share the Stereo signal between the Bose and the device at the same time. However, once you select monitoring of that recorder two things will likely happen - 1) you'll lose the Bose and anything digital in the receiver will be disabled.

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