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I replaced the HDMI cable and the problem remains. If I unhook the Bose system and install a different DVD player directly to my TV, I get both the sound and the picture If not have you set it for the correct video format for the TV, NTSC or PAL. Select option appropriate for your TV. No power, No sound, no picture, what devices are you trying to connect to it and through it? The connection uses a HDMI-to-DVI cable. The TV may not be set to the appropriate HDMI video input. You are trying to play a MPEG2 Program Stream (PS) file. The HDMI cable may be faulty. Now, it’s not difficult to troubleshoot the DVD playing without sound issue. Clean out the battery connection inside the. First make sure TV is on, 2nd when playing DVD or other source, make sure the TV is set to the correct video input check this link BOSE click on ownersguide Now I can't see a picture and can't get to the settings menu. Any ideas??? click settings arrow down 3. I have a Bose 321, and am on the verge of getting a HDTV. From what I can figure, the Bose. If your TV is HD, you should definitely be connecting the component video cables (green, blue and red) from the 360 to the TV (the 321 will. This depends on the source. If this happens internally (from a When the Bose 321 system startup message disappears from the display, re-connect the HDMI cable to the TV then Bose 321 system. The system appeals to people living in smaller apartments who want to get good theater quality sound without running a lot of wires around the apartment. Common Problems Issues that can crop up with the Bose 321 are no power or bad sound. A power surge is capable of knocking out the Bose 321; check for this by unplugging the unit, waiting 60 seconds and plugging it back in so that it can reset itself. Make sure the appropriate input is selected when you turn it back on (DVD, CD, AUX). Sound Problems Some issues with sound can be no sound or distorted sound.http://www.glasskorea.org/uploaded/12209448965f483ff11d7a9.xml

Make sure the speaker wires are not damaged and that the polarity of each wire is connected to the same polarity on both ends (receiver and speaker end). If you have no sound, try turning the volume up to see if the volume was at zero. Make sure the Mute button is not on; press it on the remote to check it. Also, check to make sure the audio outputs are correct on the component you are trying to play. Check that the system is work by cycling through different inputs (FM, AM, TV); if you have sound from some inputs but not all, the connections between components are probably not set correctly. Picture Problems Picture problems are almost always the result of connection issues. If you have no picture, make sure the TV is set to the proper input for where you have connected your 321. If the picture is black and white from a DVD, you have probably not connected the component video cables (red, yellow, blue) correctly; make sure you have plugged them into the corresponding connection jacks on the 321 and the TV. It is also possible that you do not have the correct TV standard set; go into the System Menu and make sure NTSC is the video output selected (in Europe, it should be PAL). References Bose 321 About the Author Candace Horgan has worked as a freelance journalist for more than 12 years. More Articles How to Get the Sound Back on My TV How to Troubleshoot a JVC Stereo How to Hook Up Surround Sound to a. No Sound Comes From My Vizio TV How to Connect Your Panasonic Viera. How to Connect a Super Nintendo to the. Click here for more information on the types of cookies we use and how to change your cookie settings. Check that the TV input is also turned on. Some TVs can turn off or hide inputs.http://xn--80aeegvkak7c.xn--p1ai/userfiles/bosch-logixx-easy-access-freezer-manual.xml

For help changing TV inputs and turning TV inputs on or off, refer to the TV owners guide Retest the system and see if your video has returned The video cable could be the source of the problem If the issue still exists, the problem may be with the connected source, the TV or the cable being used Please feel free to share additional comments below. Framingham, MA 01701-9168 USA. AM312515 Rev.00. Guia de usario. Notice d’utilisationNederlands. Francais. Italiano. Deutsch. Espanol. EnglishPlease take the time to follow this owner’s guide carefully. It will help you set upWARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose the systemWARNING: Do not expose this apparatus to dripping or splashing, and do notClass 1 laser productCAUTION: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures otherClass B emissions limits. This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian. Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.Please dispose of used batteries properly, following any local regulations. Do notThe lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangleThe complete Declaration of Conformity can be found at. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle alerts the user to theAdditional safety information. CAUTION: To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to wide slot,CAUTION: Do not place any naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, on orBatteries. See the additional instructions on the Important Safety Information sheetDeutsch. Nederlands. SvenskaFor your records........................To get digital audio from the component. To use video pass through................Inserting the remote batteries. Setting the remote for your TV. Controlling another component............Power and source buttons. Menu and movement buttons. Play and numeric buttons. Record and A, B, C buttonsColored buttonsSelecting a play option................... 40. Keeping your discs clean................. 41.

Checking for disc compatibility............. 42. For DVDs: Setting Parental Control.......... 42. Choosing a password..................... 42. Setting a restriction level.................. 43. Ratings supplied by the MPAA.............. 43Playing a cable box or other component. Adjusting for audio delay. Getting digital audio from a source. Choosing other options..................Creating a preset. Removing a station from a preset...........To get to the System menu................ 47. Selecting a new option................... 48. Language choices...................... 48Audio options..........................Choosing new settings. To get to the Settings menu. Settings options.......................Francais. EnglishCleaning the media center. Cleaning the speakers....................Nederlands. EnglishSmall, easy-to-place shelf speakers. Remote and media center controls. HDMI video connection to your TV. Audio In connectors for three components. Your choice of language for text displaysDeutsch. SvenskaAs you unpack the system, look for the serial numbersThis is a good time to record the serial numbers on theService. Acoustimass module serial number. Media center serial number. Dealer name. Dealer phone. Purchase date. We suggest you keep your sales receipt and theMedia Center serial numberNederlands. EnglishUnpacking. Carefully unpack your system. Save all packingIf any part of the system appears damaged, do not try toWARNING: To avoid danger of suffocation, keep theDeutsch. SvenskaNederlands. EnglishPlacingWhat you need to use:Media centerSpeakersLeftRightSee Steps 1-6 for details.Deutsch. SvenskaCAUTION: Do not block ventilation openings on theNederlands. EnglishConnectingWhat you need to use. Speaker cableSpeakersDeutsch. SvenskaThe plug marked RIGHT goes into the speakerFastener screwsCAUTION: Do not plug the Acoustimass module into an. AC power (mains) outlet until all other components areNederlands. EnglishArrow. What you need to use. Media center.

Acoustimass moduleDeutsch. SvenskaAcoustimass Module on the back of theMake sure the arrow on the plug faces up as youNederlands. EnglishWhat you may need to use:Your TVThis connection allows you to see DVDs and otherDeutsch. SvenskaThis may be located on the side or rear connectorTV with HDMITV without HDMINederlands. EnglishBoseMatch the wide side of the plug to the wide sideNote: If you make this HDMI connection, you do notDO NOT use either of the two ONLY PASS-THROUGHDeutsch. SvenskaVIDEO IN connector on your TV.Composite video cable. Yellow. Note: There may be other kinds of video connectors onTo use either S-Video or Component connectors, youThese cables are availableNote: If there is just one Composite Video In connectorNederlands. EnglishVIDEO OUT connector on the back of theNote: If you make this Composite connection, you canSee “To useDeutsch. SvenskaYou can listen to another sound source — like a cableThis requires an audio connection only. Leave the videoWhat you need to use. Stereo audio cableMedia center. White plug. Red plug. Your cable box, satellite box,Nederlands. EnglishA red and white audio cable may (a) or may not (b)Disconnect the cable from the TV only.Connect the cable to your cable or satellite box. Be sure to connect red to red and white to white.Deutsch. SvenskaTo connect another component. In addition to your cable or satellite box, you canFor this youOUT on your component. Follow the method usedWhite plug. Red plugWhite plug. Red plugNederlands. EnglishFor a component that is already connected to theFor this higher quality audio, you need a digital audioSuch cables areAUDIO OUT connector on your component. Be sure to keep the red and white audio cableCoaxial. OpticalOptical OR. Coaxial. You can make. Note: If your component has an Optical and a CoaxialIf your OpticalDeutsch. SvenskaTo use video pass through. This calls for another composite cable or two S-VideoYou can make a pass through connection if:Component).

Be sure to use one matched pair as shown here. Video in fromThe example here shows an Optical digitalVideo outDO NOT use either of the two ONLY PASS-THROUGHComponent connection VIDEO OUT TO TV. Continue with 6 on the next page.Nederlands. EnglishWhat you need to use. For some setups, in order to hear your TV soundIf. AUDIO OUT connectors.Audio cable. If none of the above apply, continue with 7 onMedia center. Your TVDeutsch. SvenskaWhite plug. Red plugThe audio from other components that are connectedBe sure to match red to red and white to white. Note: In addition to this connection, you can make aNederlands. EnglishWhite plug. This prevents the echo effect of audio playingBe sure to match red to red and white to white.Deutsch. SvenskaFor radio reception of broadcast radio programs,For FM:What you need to use. FM antenna. AM antennaMedia centerNederlands. EspanolYou may need to raise the ends and adjust theEnglishDeutsch. SvenskaSmall tabs on the antenna ring fit into notches onNederlands. EspanolWhat you need to use. Acoustimass moduleAcoustimass module power cable. EnglishDeutsch. SvenskaCAUTION: Bose recommends using a safety agencyapproved surge protector on all electronic equipment. Voltage variations and spikes can damage electronicNote: On some systems, the AcoustimassOn 220-240V models only, turn the. POWER switch to on ( l ). Note: Surge protectors are available at mostOn dual-voltage systems only, setNederlands. EnglishInserting the remote batteries. The two supplied AA batteries go into the compartmentWhat you need to use:Remote controlYour component. Symbols inside the compartment show how toYour TVDeutsch. SvenskaNote: If one code works to turn your TV on and off butIf the light blinks now, the code is invalid. Return toIf it performs both operations, this code is correct.

Write the code numbers below:Wait until the red light at the top of the remoteIf this code does not work, repeat steps 5-8In some cases, the sameThe light turns off briefly as youNederlands. EnglishOff button for this source.If it performs both operations, this code isThe light turns off briefly as you press each key.If the light blinks instead of turning off, the code isDeutsch. SvenskaWhen you first turn on the system, you can play thePlaying the DVD helps verify that your system setup isNote: If you do not see the DVD video onTV remote control. For more information, refer to theIf you STILL do not see the DVD image on your screen,Nederlands. EnglishIf your media center does not respond to theThe control range of the remote is roughlyDeutsch. SvenskaSelects audio from the TV source and turns. If the remote is set up control your TV. Play begins with the source last used. Silences or restores the sound. Your remote also provides one of the twoSwitches between FM and AM when theSelects the audio from the device connected. If the remote is set up to control this source,If the remote is set up to control this source,Nederlands. EnglishEnters the Settings menu for the source that isConfirms the selection of a menu item. Enters the System main menu. Moves up, down, left, or right in a menu orDisplays the DVD menu for the current disc onDisplays an on-screen program guide for anyExits the on-screen menus or informationMoves ahead or back by one page in anSelects the next or previous item in a menu list. Raises or lowers the volume.Skips backward or forward to the next:Deutsch. SvenskaHalts play of recorded music or video. Pauses or resumes paused play of recordedStarts or resumes play of recorded music orFor CD or MP3: Moves to the previous orFor DVD and DVR: Moves backward orFor CD: Randomly plays the music. For DVR: Moves backwards a fewFor CD or MP3: Repeats the current track. For DVR: Moves forward a few secondsFor CD: Selects a track. For DVD: Selects a chapter.

For TV, cable, or satellite: Selects theFor MP3: Holding down the button displaysFor TV, cable, or satellite: Returns to theNederlands. EnglishThese buttons can be used with a DVR, VCR, a cable box, orStarts DVR or VCR recording of the cable, satellite,Makes a selection from a cable on-screen List A. Makes a selection from a cable on-screen List B. Colored buttonsThese buttons can be used with Teletext, a cable box, or a. Makes a selection from a cable on-screen List C.Deutsch. SvenskaDisplay. The front of the media center features. Control buttons. When the system is turned on, the display shows. Turns the system power on or off. Source. Displays and sets the choice of play options. Disc tray. Lowers or raises the volume level. Enter. Selects the next available radio preset. Use the Eject button to open and close this tray. Do NOT push the tray to close it. Eject. Opens or closes the disc tray. Note: When you use the Source button on the mediaNederlands. EnglishFor video play, also turn on the TV. Note: There are several ways to select a. TV Video Input:TV, use the Input button on your TV remote control. Or see your TV owner’s guide for instructions. You may need to change the TV Video Input to seeSelecting a play option. Note: To prevent mid-play video disc problems, be sureDVDs.The disc begins to play automatically. If you want to. Interrupt play, press Pause on the remoteHalt play, press Stop.The media center display registers disc information andSkip to the next CD track or DVD chapter,Note: If the display text is not in your language, see “Language choices” on page 48. Skip to the previous CD track or DVDDeutsch. SvenskaKeeping your discs clean. DVD chapter. Scratches or dirt on a disc can prevent it from playingTo avoid this problem:Scan backward or forward throughPress Play to end the scan. Stop a disc and open the disc tray, press Eject on theWipe straight out from the center to the edge.Nederlands. EnglishFor DVDs: Setting Parental Control.

If you have trouble playing a disc, check to be sure it isYou can password protect some DVDs that are notRegion codes. For any DVD player and. DVD disc to workBe sure to select the same TV Video Input that youThe System menu appears on screen.Deutsch. SvenskaRatings supplied by the MPAA. Parental Control. SettingRestriction. NoneDiscs and select Yes.Any numbers above this selection will be restrictedMost audiencesThe numbers above the one you select will beNederlands. EnglishAdjusting for audio delay. While playing a DVD, you may notice that the pictureFor example, you seeThe Settings menu appears on screen.Each selection makes a minute timing adjustment. It may be difficult to notice the change.Deutsch. SvenskaChoosing other options. For an Optical digital audio connection to the mediaIf the Optical connection is for a different component:For example you can:Note: Your TV may provide an on-screen menu to makeFor a full list and description of these options, seeThis prevents an echo effect from two sets of speakers playing.Nederlands. EnglishRemoving a station from a preset. To tune to:Creating a preset. You can assign a preset number for 20 FM and 20 AMDeutsch. SvenskaTo get to the System menu. If your system operates as you want it to, you may notSome kinds of setup, however, require a change forSystem change just once. The features that you can change include. Using the DVD Lock feature is described in “Playing aThe System menu appears on your TV screen only.The System menu appears on your TV screen.The list of options appears on the menu screen. Note: Entering the System menu pauses a DVD or CD. For details on the other options available, refer to theNederlands. EnglishCenter. Select media center to adjust these system options. Display Brightness. Display Language. Optical Source. Tuner Spacing. Bose link Room Code. Restore Settings. Selecting a new optionAs explanation for each options appears at theLanguage choices.

You can select the language you prefer to see onscreen and on the media center display. To make thisMedia Center feature of the System menu.Deutsch. SvenskaThese options affect the way the system sounds in your home. Option. Bass Compensation. Default SettingAutomaticInput Levels. TV Analog Input Level. Normal. Description. Zero is for standard low-tone performance. Zero is for standard high-tone performance. Allows some processing options (Movie EQ, Range Compression, Mono. Decoding) to appear in Settings menus. Decreases or increases the volume level setting for the input of a connectedTV Digital Input Level. AUX Analog Input Level. Note: To match AM and FM levels, which can vary depending on the programAUX Digital Input Level. DVD AudioSends two channels of DVD audio by HDMI cable to the TV and plays thisNederlands. EnglishThese options affect the way the picture looks on your TV. Widescreen TV. Default SettingYes (16:9)Note: If your TV isHDMI cable, youDVD ImageNo tells the system that 4:3 is the TV format. For a TV connected using a Composite, S-Video, or Component cable,Note: If you are not sure what type of cable is used to connect your TV, check the. Video Connector indicator, which is explained on page 51. ModifiedNote: This optionUNLESS you haveWidescreen TVS-Video, or. Component cableDescription. For a TV connected using an HDMI cable:No change can beFor a TV connected using non-HDMI cable. Modified allows the Bose system to adjust the images on some widescreen DVDsThis is done by removing the black bars on top and bottomOriginal tells the Bose system to keep the image in the original format of the DVD. A widescreen DVD image will have black bars on top and bottom.Deutsch. SvenskaVideo ConnectorVideo Black Level. Default SettingNormal. Identifies the type of video connection made on the back panel of the mediaThis is not an adjustable setting. Screen black level generally appropriate for most TVs.Composite or. S-Video cable.

)Darkens the intensity of the black on screen. TV Video FormatOnly for a TV that supports multiple formats (NTSC and PAL). Progressive Scan. Off. Screen image repaints in standard style.Component cable. ItScreen image repaints in advanced style (if your TV provides this option). Note: If selecting On distortsNote: With an HDMI connection, you will not see the On option. The HDMI cableNederlands. EnglishThese options affect general operation of the system. Default SettingMedia center display shows text at its brightest.Choosing a lower number darkens text on the display. English. On-screen display menus appear in the selected language.Italiano, Nederlands, Svenska). Tuner SpacingBose Link. Room CodeRestore Settings. NoReturns all of your selections in the Settings menu to the original factoryDeutsch. SvenskaTo get to the Settings menuFor example, if you want to change the screenSettings menu.To see these options, enter the Settings menu for theNote: Some of the settings made while you are playingWhen you changeThe Settings menu that affects this source appearsIt also appears on screen if your TV is on and youThe Settings menu appears as a vertical bar of icons. To familiarize yourself with the icons, see “SettingsNederlands. EnglishFeatures. Audio Delay. Available only for. DVDs and connectedMovie EQ. Default SettingOff. Leaves the equalization of the movie soundtrack as originally recorded.Adjusts the equalization of the movie soundtrack to better suit some homeNote: To turn on Movie EQ, the Audio Processing option in the System menuAvailable only if Audio. Processing is set to. Adjustable in the. Audio System menu. Range Compression. Effect. Leaves the volume range of the movie soundtrack as originally recorded.Reduces the volume range of sounds on a movie soundtrack. Available only if Audio. Late at night or at other quiet times, the startling difference between theTurning this feature On moderates those effects.

Note: To turn on Range Compression, the Audio Processing option in the. System menu must be set as User Adjustable.Deutsch.