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This would be an "audio" option on your TV. It will let you choose internal, extrnal, and (possibly) both. If both is not an option and the other 2 are the ONLY 2, then it cannot be done...
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What type of connections does your tv have, hdmi, component? Match up the connection from the bose series 3 to your hdtv. I don't want to assume that your tv has hdmi, which would provide the best signal throughput & quality.
Try doing a factory reset by turning off main power switch.hold down speaker a and b buttons while turning on main power switch ,display will flash 3 time s then release buttons,this then returns unit to factory default settings.
Need to know the TV connections. On newer TV's there RCA jack
connection or ext speaker connections. Usually the external TV speaker
connections hook to the woofer and the rest of the speakers are
connected to the woofer. The woofer acts as the sound system for the
rest of the speakers. With this method you need to mute the internal TV
speakers by a swiich on the TV or internal TV setup menus and select
1st thing I would try is to connect a different speaker to right output...if it works, that eliminates speaker problem. Then swap red and white audio input cables and hook them up backwards- connect red cable to white on both ends, and white to red...cable could be bad internally. Also try hooking another source to inputs, could be blown channel.
I had my older bose 321 hooked up through vcr and sounded great. Then hooked it up through directv receiver and sounded better. then switched from direct to comcast and hooked the bose up throught the comcast hd receiver and the volume is aweful. same deal, have to crank it up high. Since the stereo built into the tv sounds so much better I disconnected the bose and am going to sell it.