First - There is only sound coming from one of the speakers....I took apart the system, and plugged each speaker into the opposite audio port, and both speakers are functioning correctly (sound from each speaker when plugged into the right speaker port) but the left speaker port only has noise no audio at all. Any idea what this could be?
Second - The CD player doesn't work anymore, I am pretty sure its the laser part so not a big deal, i want it more for the radio at this point.
But the speaker thing is bugging me, anyone had this problem, or anyone know how to fix it?
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I took mine back to the Bose store and they gave me credit on my Wave that was about ten years old toward a new CD wave radio. I would recommend taking it to the Bose store and see what they can do for you.
I can only get one speaker to work continuously. The other works intermittently. If I move the power cord a bit, I can sometimes to get the one "bad" speaker to work. When it's working, the speaker sounds fine. This is driving me crazy. The power cord is new, so I think it has something to do with the power supply. The unit is a '95 Bose Acoustic Wave CD-2000.
I took my wave radio to the bose store, all they could say was they would look at it for $70 and fix it for probably $200. I opted to buy an iphone dock for $350 .. now I still have my much loved clock radio and don't know what to do with it ..seems like a waste to throw it away
Sounds like the audio transformer, but it's difficult to tell because Bose will not release their schematics or parts lists, effectively giving them a monopoly on repair of these sets. On their web
site, www.bose.com, they offer to repair most Wave sets for $100 or
give $200 credit towards the purchase of a new Wave. Before you spend
the big bucks though, you might want to check out the new HD radios.
Better sound and MUCH lower prices than the Bose.
PLUG IN YOUR HEAD PHONES IN - do you get sound ?
If you do Get sound from your headphones it could be that your speakers blown and would recommend Bose to take a look if still under worrentee.
if NOT You could still get it covered by domestic general
find them at this link
otherwise if you dont want to pay for a repair take a look yourself - get a screw driver open up the case as best as you can look at the speakers, you may well find that you have a dry joint or a cable could have come disconnected if so solder it back on and you've FIXED IT!
hope this helps.
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