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Wave® radio

Sold from 1993 - 1994

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Clock/alarm
Care and maintenance
System settings
Radio
Remote control
Connecting other products
Setting up your Bose product
Sound settings
Compatibility
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The Snooze feature lets you pause a wake-up alarm from sounding for a period of time before resuming the alarm. Find out how to use the Snooze feature.

Find out how to change the hours and minutes shown on your system to reflect the current time in your location.

Your system has an alarm that can be set to alert you at a specified time. Learn how to turn on or off the alarm.

A reset can reboot your product or it can clear all product settings and return your product to its original out-of-box state. Find out which option is available to reset your product.

Serial numbers contain important information about your product, including model number and DOM (Date of Manufacture). The serial number can be found on your product, product packaging or app (if applicable).

The sleep timer allows your system to turn off automatically after a selectable period of time passes. Find out how to turn the sleep timer on or off and, when enabled, how to adjust the amount of time until your system powers off.

While playing the radio, your system can be set to display the clock or a radio station, depending on your preference.

The bright or dim setting of the system display is adjustable. This is useful to make the display more or less noticeable in bright or dark environments.

An FM antenna can be connected to your system to improve the FM radio reception. This is useful for setups in locations with weak or poor reception.

You can use your system to listen to the different FM, AM or DAB (where available) radio stations available in your area. Find out how to use the seek and tune functions to select the stations picked up by your system.

Your system can store radio station presets so you can quickly switch to stations you frequently listen to at the press of a button. Find out how to save presets to your system.

Your system can receive IR commands from other remote controls. This is useful, for example, if you want to program a third-party universal remote to control multiple devices in your home, including your Bose system. Find out how to control your system with another remote.

Your remote control works on battery power. When the batteries weaken, the remote can stop working or work intermittently. Learn how to open the battery compartment to remove and insert new batteries.

Computers have their own volume control. Learn how to set the volume level of a computer for use with your Bose system.

Determining the operating system running on your computer helps you understand compatibility with other products.

Learn how to a connect other audio sources to your system.

You can connect headphones to your system for situations when low volume listening is needed. This can be useful, for example, to listen to audio at night without disturbing others in your home with the sound from your speakers.

An FM antenna can be connected to your system to improve the FM radio reception. This is useful for setups in locations with weak or poor reception.

Find out how to safely connect your product to a power source.

The sleep timer allows your system to turn off automatically after a selectable period of time passes. Find out how to turn the sleep timer on or off and, when enabled, how to adjust the amount of time until your system powers off.

If you need to use a power inverter with your product, note the following:

Find out how to safely connect your product to a power source.