Question about Bose Wave Music System Remote
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Turning Off Irregularily
A voltage converter is not neccessarily the proper piece of equipment to use as most equpment comes with a 120/230 voltage selector. What is probably causing your problem is power frquency. Power in India runs on 50HZ, not the 60Hz we use in the states. This causes a slightly longer peak wave and can cause over heating, therefore shutdown. Check to see if the unit has a 50/60 switch and switch to accordingly.
Back when I was a professional sound engineer and toured abroad, we used a device called an auto-former. These changed the frequency and voltage as needed. Unfortunately the first time I went to England I forgot about this, could not find any pre-built ones and had to spend nearly a week designing and fabricating 8 of them....
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
SOURCE: replace fuse Bose Wave Radio
For the AWR1-1W turn it over and there are 4 screws that you must remove. When your looking at the circuit board the fuse is just below the power supply and back of radio. If the radio makes a ‘POP’ sound when you unplug it may not be the fuse as power is getting past the fuse. I have the same trouble with mine. I called BOSE Tech and he said if it makes that ‘POP’ sound after unplugging it is not fuse or power supply. They will not even allow me to send it in for repairs as the radio is over 15 years old and considered unserviceable.
Maybe someone else can give us a quick fix.
Posted on May 06, 2008
SOURCE: in line fuse
I have the same problem. To get to the circuit board remove all the screws from the bottom of the Wave radio. At least that is what we did, but ours is a really old model. There are two screws if you are looking from the back to the front on the front right corner that secures the bottom to the interior chassis THROUGH the circuit board. Careful! if you unplug all the gang connectors and those two screws are out it will come apart. My question is Where is this blown fuse located on the circuit board? I have two glass fuses in fuse holders that are ok.
Posted on May 22, 2008
The Bose cube systems are SYTEMS for a very good reason. They're made for people who want good sound but don't want to manipulate the hardware much. The speakers and amps are designed for each other ONLY, not only electrically but through soundshaping to provide the smooth final result. The design is for you to feed the electronics a Line Level source and the magic and distribution happens internally. These are NOT mix 'n' match components. The special connectors are a clue. The 'different' amplifier will probably blow them up.
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
the acoustimas box has a power cable.
their is a cable from the acousimas (subwoofer) to the dvd plaver, the power supply is included in this cable
otherwise check site http://www.bose.com/pdf/customer_service/owners/og_321_2.pdf
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
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