20 Most Recent Bose Wave Music System CD Shelf System Questions & Answers

Have a look at the hi-fi magazines. They have plenty of reviews of them. Or you can just do an Amazon search and select by customer reviews. I tend to to do this with all electrical stuff anyway. Even if I don't buy from Amazon. The customer reviews, when in large numbers can give clues to how good or reliable anything is.

Bose Wave Music... • Answered on Jul 18, 2017

The cd motor has gone out of balance it is likely to be loose on the spindle keep playing it and you can damage your disks.

Bose Wave Music... • Answered on Sep 19, 2014

If the display has been gradually fading and is now unreadable, the fault is almost certainly loss of emission of the fluorescent display and it will need a replacement display module fitted (at a Bose Service Centre) Is there any sign of characters showing in a darkened room? If it has suddenly gone off, with all other radio features are working as normal, but prior to this the display was bright and clear, and the set has not been subjected to a fall or a sudden sharp impact of some kind, (which can crack the display module and cause it to fail) then the most likely possibilities are; a failed filament supply to the display module, a failed high tension supply rail to the display module, or loss of data feed to the display. It is also possible there may be a fault in the day/night brightness switching circuitry that has shut the display down completely. It is not possible to be more specific without seeing the unit, or even knowing which model it is I'm afraid.

Bose Wave Music... • Answered on Sep 05, 2014

get a 3.5mm male to 3.5mm male cable(one end to the laptop headphone jack and the other end to the AUX jack of the Bose wave music system), you are good to go...

Bose Wave Music... • Answered on Jun 15, 2014

Random is truly a difficult problem to solve, if no pattern of failure can be detected. It sounds as though the alarm may be at fault. Is the alarm on and set to radio, CD, or beep? If radio, that could pinpoint the problem. If you have another, mechanical alarm, use it for a couple nights with the Bose Wave alarm off. If the Bose still acts up, then it isn't the alarm. Try unplugging the unit, waiting at least 30 seconds, and plugging it back in, which will cause you to need to reset the alarm. Alternately, remove the Bose cover and blow out dust. I find the Bose susceptible to dust as a cause of malfunction, which may point to the cause being the compact design of the unit. Good luck.

Bose Wave Music... • Answered on Jan 29, 2014

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