Question about Bose Wave Radio
The Bose Wave II has 2 clock options namely "Line" and "Crystal". Changing the clock source to "Crystal" should solve the issue. It did for me.
Posted on Apr 26, 2011
My guess is that the clock in the radio is based off of the AC line frequency (not voltage). In the US the line frequency is 60hz (hertz). I'm guessing that the line frequency in NZ is 50hz, which would seem to explain that extreme amount of time loss. I would check with Bose, but I'm betting they make different 50hz models for export.
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