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Can't get the Bose to work on AM and FM isn't much better

Recently moved to a high rise and I'm having a problem with my Bose....static on both AM and FM. Any suggestions?

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You Can Buy A External Antenna For It At Bose.com

Posted on Sep 08, 2007

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