Question about Bose Wave Radio
Bose iPod connected to mains to charge iPod at the same time - interference. Light in utility next to radio room - interference. Bread maker in utility - interference. We are in bad dab area so that option does not work. It means radio on appliances and light off.
You can buy an AC line conditioner, they range from cheap and useless to expensive and exotic, which is able to filter interference coming over the power lines. Simply plug that into the wall, and your radio into the filter, and there should be an improvement.
You can also try plugging the radio into a different outlet, making sure the outlets are wired properly, and try moving the radio to a new location further away from the source(s) of interference.
Don Miller, CET
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Posted on Jun 06, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
YES IT CAN UNPLUG THE RADIO ..OPEN IT UP LOOK @ WERE THE POWER CORD COMES INTO THE RADIO SEE HOW BAD IT IS >>>IF IT IS ALL BURNT UP YOU HAVE TO GET AN IDEAR HOW MUCH A REPAIR PLACE WILL WANT>>>>>>>>BUT IT MAY ONLY BE A FUSE IN SIDE YOU MAY GET LUCKY>>>>>>>>>YOU CAN EVEN FIX THAT YOUR SELF WITH A SOLDERING IRON FROM RADIO SHACK OPEN IT UP SEE WHATS GOING ON IN SIDE MAKE SURE POWER IS UP PLUGGED GOOD LUCK
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
Yes. The tuner spacing option should do this. If it's a Wave Music System or a Wave Radio II, go into the 'setup menu' and look for 'tuner spacing'. -If it's older, you may want to call Bose for a solution.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
SOURCE: Bose Wave Radio AWR1 1W
I can tell you what to check if you know how to use an ohmmeter. But I warn you you could get shocked if you do not know what you are doing. The transformer has 3 windings, two are for DC voltages, and the other is 3V AC.Your meter can measure those using the AC scale. Next, check the voltage on the 3 terminal regulator IC. One leg will have 18V, the output will have 10V. Again please use CAUTION! Finally, the to-92 transistor Q1 is used as a 5V regulator. Check it (with power off and unplugged) for any shorts, especially base-emitter. If non of these ideas work, I would offer to buy your non working unit if you decide to get rid of it.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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