Bose Wave radio Series I Specifications

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Summary of Contents

Page 1 - Radio/CD

The Bose® Wave® Radio/CDOwner’s Guide

Page 2 - Batteries

8EnglishSetting UpInstalling the remote control battery WARNING: Mishandling the remote control battery may cause a fire or chemical burn. Keep

Page 3 - Important Safety Instructions

9EnglishNote: Use only a Duracell, Eveready, Maxell, or Toshiba CR2032 or DL2032 lithium battery(available at electronics stores). If you have difficu

Page 4 - Note to CATV system installer

10EnglishSetting UpConnecting other components as an optionYou can use your Wave® radio/CD to improve the sound of a TV, VCR, computer, or tape player

Page 5 - For your records

11EnglishCD changer, tapedeck, or VCRAudio output jacksIf there are two sets ofoutputs (fixed andvariable), use fixed, sothat the volume canbe control

Page 6 - Before you begin

12EnglishOnOffSleepCDFM AMAUXTrackTuneVolumeMute123456Wave Radio/CDPresetsOperating Your Wave® radio/CDUsing the remote controlYou can use the remote

Page 7 - Unpacking the carton

13EnglishPresetsVolumeAUXOn/OffAlarmSetup456Track/TuneSleep/SnoozeWave Radio/CDAlarm 1On/OffAlarm 2On/Off123FM AMStopAlarmCD Play CD ModeCD StopTime T

Page 8 - Installing the battery

14EnglishReading the Wave® radio/CD displayFigure 9The Wave® radio/CD displayLights when Alarm 1 isactivated, flashes whilesetting Alarm 1, and whengo

Page 9 - Connecting the coaxial cable

15EnglishSetting the timeFunctionTo set the clock - Hold down either Time or button or press the same one twice.The time display changes slowly at

Page 10 - Setting Up

16EnglishOperating Your Wave® radio/CDControlling the systemFunctionTo turn on/off - Press On/Off once to turn on or off. The system turnson to the la

Page 11

17EnglishUsing the radioFunctionTo turn the radio on/off - Press On/Off once to turn on or off. Thesystem turns on to the last source played. Or, pres

Page 12 - Using other components


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18EnglishOperating Your Wave® radio/CDUsing the CD playerLift the CD door (as shown). Place the CD, label-side up, on the spindle in the CD well. Gent

Page 14 - Using the remote control

19EnglishFunctionTo display CD information - If the display is in clock mode (seepage 15) and the CD is playing, hold down Alarm Setup and pressTrack/

Page 15 - radio/CD control panel

20EnglishOperating Your Wave® radio/CDSetting the alarmsNote: You can set alarms with the Wave® radio/CD on or off.FunctionTo enter alarm setup mode -

Page 16 - radio/CD display

21EnglishUsing the alarmsFunctionTo turn Alarm 1 or Alarm 2 on/off - On the control panel only,press Alarm 1 to activate; ALARM 1 lights on the displa

Page 17 - Customizing the display

22EnglishTaking care of your Wave® radio/CDThe only necessary maintenance is cleaning and periodic battery replacement.Handling CDsHandle discs by the

Page 18 - Controlling the system

23EnglishTroubleshootingProblem What to doSystem does not function • Make sure the power cord is fully plugged into an operating AC wall outlet.• Pres

Page 19 - Reading the radio display

24EnglishLimited warrantyWhat is covered:All parts defective in material or workmanship.For how long:One year from the purchase date.What we will do:W

Page 20 - Using the CD player

25EnglishPresetsVolumeAUXOn/OffAlarmSetup456Track/TuneSleep/SnoozeWave Radio/CDAlarm 1On/OffAlarm 2On/Off123FM AMStopAlarmCD Play CD ModeCD StopTime T

Page 21 - Reading the CD display

26EnglishIndexAacoustic waveguide 4Alarm 1 13, 14, 20, 21Alarm 2 13, 14, 20, 21ALARM 1 or 2 indicator 20, 21Alarm Setup 13, 15-17, 19, 20, 26alar

Page 22 - Setting the alarms

27EnglishIndexPpause 14, 18, 19, 23, 26play 12-4, 18, 19, 23, 26playing time 18, 19portable tape player 11power cord 7, 23power failure 6, 21, 2

Page 23 - Using the alarms

3EnglishImportant Safety Instructions1. Read these instructions – for all componentsbefore using this product.2. Keep these instructions – for future

Page 24 - Technical information

31Bose® CorporationUSA & Canada SalesBose Corporation, The MountainFramingham, MA 01701-91681-800-637-8781USA & Canada ServiceBose Corporation

Page 25 - Customer service

©2004 Bose CorporationThe Mountain, Framingham, MA 01701-9168 USA251771-ENGvo AM Rev.04

Page 26 - Limited warranty

4EnglishImportant Safety InstructionsAntenna groundingExample of antenna grounding as per National Electrical Code,ANSI/NFPA 70.Note to CATV system in

Page 27 - Function

3EnglishContentsWhere to find…Setting UpBefore you begin...

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4EnglishSetting UpBefore you beginThank you for purchasing the Bose® Wave® radio/CD.Fourteen years of research by Bose Corporation bring you the benef

Page 29

5EnglishSetting UpUnpacking the cartonCarefully unpack your system. Save all packing materials for possible future use. The originalpacking materials

Page 30 - Corporation

6EnglishSetting UpInstalling the batteryThe 9-volt battery maintains clock and alarm settings and operates the Wave® radio/CD’sbackup alarm system for

Page 31 - 251771-ENGvo AM Rev.04

7EnglishConnecting the power cord1. Plug the power cord into an electric outlet (Figure 3). The display panel lights, and the timedisplay begins flash

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