I know this machine is old but I love it and it works great with my Bose Acoustimass speakers.
However I have had a problem with the display for a while. Sometimes it comes on and then goes off and other times it does not show at all. Although this does not affect the performance it would be nice to know if this is something that I can resolve at home?
Any input greatly appreciated.
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one of the possibble cause could be the so called bad (cold) soldering in display area. If you have some technical background maybe you can do it at home.
Otherwise please call the pro.
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You don't connect an Ipod directly to any unpowered speakers since they need an amplifier between them and your source. Presumably, your speakers already have an amp source? Then what you need to know is how to connect the Ipod to the amp. Without specifics, I can only offer general advice. Get an adapter for the Ipod headphone it to make it compatible with either an RCA input or a headphone jack.
I have the same speakers - and, system. I have a few comments. I don't think you can do what you want. This stuff is all specfic to bose. Man, they really don't want you using anything else. Question for you, I need one of those speakers - as, one of mine broke...I would love buy it from you if you don't use them any more. Let me know. [email protected] 630-723-7391 my name is Rocky
Go into the menu settings by pressing "Receiver" --> "6-Video" --> "HDMI Audio" select "Amp," not "Amp+TV"
Yeah, it makes total sense to have a very important audio setting in the video menu.