Summary: No Stars!!! My Bose 321 system is also not playing dads at all, new or old. It wasn't used that often, certainly nowhere near my Sony blue ray player. Tried every remedy recommended to try to clear the "unsupported format" error that shows up. So irritating. I will never buy Bose again.
Summary: Ok so first listen to what most say about the player stops playing DVDs. I took mine to the Bose shop for the upgrade. Didn't work. Needs a new sensor which cost nearly as much as the system. Looks good but never sounded great.
Summary: This product doesn't belong on the market. The reasons why owners won't fess up to all of the problems that they are having with the DVD player is that: 1) they are incredibly embarrassed to be swindled by the marketing 2) they don't want to destroy the resale value until they've unloaded theirs...
cant do hd audio, isnt close to real surround sound
Brian Fogarty "Brian", Amazon
28 June 2008
Summary: first of all the inputs are extremely limited. not to mention there isn't hdmi so you can't do HD audio signals just simple dolby with a low bitrate for the money it costs, most people who buy it probably have an expensive television as well as possibly blu ray.
Summary: A typical Bose product -- marketed with lots of hype, expensive, and performs much less well than other systems that cost at least 30-40 percent less. The sound is uneven, and your options for dubbing etc are very limited. Don't waste your money on this one.
Summary: Sound is good, but the dvd player is the worst machine ever. My 36 dollar dvd player actually out performs this one by a long shot. It won't open or close 99 percent of the time and then when it does, cannot read disc.
Summary: This system is clean, easy to install and nice looking, but there are serious limitations to its design. For starters, there's no headphone jack. Bose seems to think that you would never want to listen to your CDs or DVDs on anything other than their speakers, because there's no other way to get any...