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Your radio might save the bass & treble settings with each station. Try choosing a station, set the bass, treble and any other variables (mid-range, etc.) and then SAVE the station to a button. Do this for all of the buttons / stations you like.
If this doesn't solve the problem, tell us about the radio (AM/FM/Cassette/CD and Factory or aftermarket - in which case we'll need to know the make and model of the radio.
There are no hard and fast rules for setting Bass, Midrange and Treble on your radio. Depending on the type of music you are listening to with your radio, it can / will determine your sound settings. To attempt to set the sound settings on your radio, select the sound settings and set all of them to 0. ( Bass,mid,treble ), then start playing your usual music. With the music playing move the treble setting in single incriments 1,2,3,4 and so. A comfortable setting is usually a 5 out of a total number of 6. Then move over to Midrange and repeat process. A 4-5 out of 6 is usually comfortable. Finally comes the Bass. You do not want to overpower your speakers with too much bass as this will damage them over time. Repeat the usual process and listen carfully for any baffling or distortion as you move through the numbers. A comfortable bass setting is usually 2-4 out of 6. Again I must stress that there is no hard and fast rule for settings. It boils down to the type of music, and what your ears tells you sounds good. What sounds good to me might not be enough for you, or vice versa. I hope this helps! Cheers!
Dont assume because you have set the bass and treble options for your radio that they will work for your cd, press the source button until you come to cd and then set your bass and treble again, hope this works
it sound as if you have a short in you radio and if it was me i would get me a nice one with a cd and installation kit and that way you know what wire is which and you would be a lot happier so give that a try
The Bose engineers in their "infinite" wisdom developed a $300 radio with no, that is NO, tone control. This means the only way to tune bass response is to reposition the Wave radio itself. If you put it in a corner of a room, it will produce the most bass. If it is only against one wall, not so much bass. To reduce bass response to a minimum, you would have to suspend the device from a wire in the middle of the room. Good luck. I would never buy a radio without a tone control; I literally inherited by Bose Wave Radio and use external speakers which do have tone controls.
I believe it is just a China import; I would give up and just get one from Radio Shack instead - I know how you would like to get it right, but I would send a decent letter to Bass Pro Shops along with a copy of your receipt from Radio Shack and ask them to refund you - it might work.
The Amp stays on because you have a constant 12V to the Remote. If your stereo remote is no longer working then run a wire from a 12 volt source that turns on and off with your ignition something like your radio fuse in the vehicle fuse box. As far as the Bass Knob if it is connected properly and still not working check the line for wire kinks or cuts that may have happened during installation if you cant find any problems you can get a universal bass knob that plugs via your RCA cables for under 20 bucks. Hope this gives u some ideas.