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The Wave/PC™ Interactive System
Owner’s Guide
April 12, 2001
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Page 1 - Owner’s Guide

The Wave/PC™ Interactive System Owner’s Guide April 12, 2001PDF259774_00

Page 2 - Safety Information

10 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00 System Setup Connecting the Wave/PC ™ unit to your computer This step tells you how to connect the Wave/PC unit to yo

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PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 11 System Setup Figure 7 Example 2: Wave/PC ™ system connections Connecting the power cord to the Wave/PC unit 1. Plug t

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12 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00System SetupConnecting the external FM antennaFM radio reception is improved by connecting the supplied FM antenna to t

Page 5 - Contents

PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 13System SetupNote: If the Next button is not available, check to see if your computer’s hard drive has at least 200 MB of

Page 6 - Before you begin

14 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00System Setup16. In this step, the setup program searches your hard drive for any music files you may already have:A. Sele

Page 7 - system hardware

PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 15System OverviewThe Wave/PC™ system controlsYou can find controls for your Wave/PC interactive system in three locations:T

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16 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00System OverviewWave/PC™ application windowFigure 10 shows you the Wave/PC application window and describes the features

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PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 17System OverviewWave/PC™ remote controlYou can use the Wave/PC remote control (Figure 11) to operate some of the basic fu

Page 10 - System Setup

18 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00System OverviewThe audio from a Web Radio station is delivered over an Internet connection. While using an Internet conn

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PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 19System OverviewThe Wave/PC™ system monitorThe Wave/PC application software includes a program called the Wave/PC Monitor

Page 12 - application software

2 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00 Safety Information WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose the Wave/PC™ system to rain or

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20 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00Operating the CD Player/RecorderPlaying an audio CDThe Wave/PC™ interactive audio system can play any audio CD. Whenever

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PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 21Operating the CD Player/RecorderPlaying tracks from the music finder windowThe music finder gives you great flexibility in

Page 15 - system controls

22 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00Operating the CD Player/RecorderRecording an audio CDIn addition to playing CDs from your computer’s CD-ROM drive, you c

Page 16 - application window

PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 23Operating the CD Player/RecorderRecording CDs when disconnected from the InternetIf your computer is disconnected from t

Page 17 - remote control

24 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00Operating the CD Player/RecorderSetting CD player/recorder setup optionsTo access the CD player/recorder setup options (

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PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 25Operating the CD Player/RecorderBy default, when you insert an audio CD into your computer’s CD-ROM drive, the Wave/PC™

Page 19 - system monitor

26 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00Operating the CD Player/RecorderSelect “Record using error correction” to decrease the probability of audio errors durin

Page 20 - Playing an audio CD

PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 27Listening to Music FilesSelecting the Music Files playerThe Music Files player gives you one-touch selection of any MP3

Page 21 - Changing the CD play mode

28 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00Listening to Music FilesNavigating the music finderThe music finder makes it easy for you to view your music database and

Page 22 - Recording an audio CD

PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 29Listening to Music FilesSorting lists in the music finder windowYou can sort the list in the music finder window by column

Page 23 - Using CDDB

PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 3 Safety Information 1. Read these instructions – for all components before using this product. 2. Keep these instructio

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30 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00Listening to Music FilesTo find and play all the music of a certain type (jazz, rock, etc.):1. Click the Types button. A

Page 25 - MBytes per

PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 31Listening to Music FilesMaintaining your music libraryTo help you create and maintain your music library, the Wave/PC™ a

Page 26 - Displayed Results Meaning

32 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00Listening to Music FilesCreating your own music playlistsOpen the Playlist Editor by clicking the Edit Playlists button

Page 27 - Listening to Music Files

PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 33Listening to Music FilesSetting the Music Files player setup optionsTo access the Music Files player setup options (Figu

Page 28 - Navigating the music finder

34 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00Listening to Music FilesNormally, the Wave/PC™ application monitors your hard drive for new music files and adds them to

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PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 35Listening to Music FilesTo scan your hard drive for supported music files and add them to the music finder database:1. Cli

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36 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00Listening to Web Radio StationsSelecting the Web Radio modeThe Web radio mode (Figure 28) allows you to listen to a vari

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PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 37Listening to Web Radio StationsReading the connection statusIn the Web radio mode, you will experience a delay between w

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38 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00Listening to Web Radio StationsDeleting a Web Radio station1. In the Wave/PC™ Web Radio mode, select a station in the st

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PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 39Listening to Web Radio StationsSetting Web radio setup optionsTo access the Web radio setup options (Figure 32) and chan

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4 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00 Safety Information Information about products that generate electrical noise If applicable, this equipment has been tes

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40 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00Listening to AM/FM Radio StationsSelecting the AM/FM radioSelecting AM/FM radio (Figure 33) allows you to listen to your

Page 36 - Selecting the Web Radio mode

PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 41Listening to AM/FM Radio StationsAdding a new AM/FM radio stationTune to the station you want to add and click the Add S

Page 37 - Reading the connection status

42 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00Listening to AM/FM Radio StationsSetting presets to play AM/FM radio stationsYou can assign up to six presets for the AM

Page 38 - Deleting a Web Radio station

PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 43Listening to AM/FM Radio StationsThe station database that was built on your hard drive during software installation was

Page 39 - Web radio setup options

44 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00General and Internet Setup OptionsSetting general setup optionsTo open the General setup window (Figure 38) and change t

Page 40 - Selecting the AM/FM radio

PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 45General and Internet Setup OptionsThe Language drop list allows you to view the Wave/PC™ application in another language

Page 41 - Deleting a station

46 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00General and Internet Setup Options• If your computer is not part of a network, select the default setting “No HTTP proxy

Page 42 - AM/FM radio setup options

PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 47Using the Wave/PC™ Unit ControlsThe Wave/PC™ unit control panelThe button panel functions are defined in Figure 40. You m

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48 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00Using the Wave/PC™ Unit ControlsClock display modeFigure 41 shows you the display indicators of the clock display. To vi

Page 44 - Setting general setup options

PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 49Using the Wave/PC™ Unit ControlsSetting the clock timeNormally, the Wave/PC™ software keeps the radio clock synchronized

Page 45 - Internet setup options

PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 5 Contents System Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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50 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00Using the Wave/PC™ Unit ControlsWaking to a preselected AM/FM stationSelect ALARM or ALARM 2. Press and hold Alarm Set,

Page 47 - The Wave/PC unit display

PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 51Making External Input/Output ConnectionsConnecting an external audio source to the Wave/PC™ unitYou can use the Wave/PC

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52 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00Making External Input/Output ConnectionsInput connection detailsAudio cables for connecting external components to the W

Page 49 - Setting and using alarms

PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 53ReferenceCleaning the Wave/PC™ unitUse only a dry cloth to clean the outside of the Wave/PC unit. If necessary, you may

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54 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00ReferenceTroubleshootingIf you need additional help in solving problems, contact:Bose Customer Service, 1-800-851-2673Yo

Page 51 - Wave/PC application win

PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 55ReferenceNo computer sounds until Wave/PC™ system application is launched.Re-install the Wave/PC software application.Th

Page 52 - Wave/PC

56 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00ReferenceTable 3: Web Radio troubleshootingProblem What to doI cannot connect to any stations. I keep getting “Cannot co

Page 53 - Wave/PC unit specifications

PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 57ReferenceInformation downloaded from CDDB is for another CD.1. Click the Setup button and click on the CD tab.2. Deselec

Page 54 - Troubleshooting

58 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00ReferenceI inserted a CD with music files and then scanned for music, but the files did not appear in the Music Finder.Fil

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PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 59GlossaryBBit rate – The digital representation of an audio signal expressed in bits per second (bps). The bit rate often

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6 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00 System SetupBefore you begin Thank you for purchasing the Bose ® Wave/PC ™ interactive system. This system combines t

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60 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00GlossarySStation finder – A Wave/PC™ software feature that allows you to find an AM/FM broadcast radio station in the data

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PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 61IndexAacoustic waveguide 6ALARM 48, 49ALARM 2 48, 49alarm check 49Alarm Mode 49Alarm Off 17Alarm Set 49AM 17, 47, 48AM/F

Page 59 - Glossary

62 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00IndexUunit control panel 15unmute 17unpacking 7VVOL 48Volume 17, 18, 47Wwakeup time 17, 47, 48warranty 53warranty card 7

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PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 63Bose CorporationUSA & Canada ServiceBose Corporation, The MountainFramingham, MA 01701-91681-800-851-2673World Wide

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©2001 Bose CorporationThe Mountain, Framingham, MA 01701-9168 USAPDF259774_00 JN10648 April 12, 2001

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PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 7 System SetupInstalling the Wave/PC ™ system hardware Unpacking the carton Carefully unpack your system (Figure 1) and

Page 63 - Bose Corporation

8 April 12, 2001 PDF259774_00 System Setup Setting up the Wave/PC ™ remote control WARNING: Keep the remote control battery away from children. It

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PDF259774_00 April 12, 2001 9 System Setup 5. Use the supplied mounting strip if you want to attach the remote to a surface in your lis-tening room.

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