I have a Solo TV sound system which died. Of course all the typical troubleshooting has been performed like replacing remote battery, confirming remote is sending a signal (you can see the signal light in a video), and replacing the power cable. Bose no longer supports this item, and an electronics repair shop has verified nothing is wrong with the serviceable components on the main board. They even verified the input receiver is getting signals from the remote. It's dead.
Bose no longer offering repair for it or even a replacement board for it worries me. What will happen if I buy the $3,999.00 Lifestyle 650 system, and one of the components dies beyond the warranty period? Am I pretty much out of luck and stuck having to get a new entertainment system, or does Bose provide superior support for years/decades beyond the warranty for their more expensive products?