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Bose 321 Advanced Remote Control
AM272394_00_pdf October, 2003
Introduction & Safety Thank you
Congratulations on your choice of the Bose 321 advanced remote control. By programming this new remote to work with your other components, you can extend the convenience of your 321 home entertainment system, for even greater enjoyment. Before you begin programming or using the remote, you need to install the batteries. For instructions, refer to Installing remote control batteries on page 4. As soon as you install the batteries, you can use this new remote to turn your 321 system on and off. By pressing any of the remote source buttons, you can select the system source you want to hear and turn the system on at the same time. If your 321 system is set up as suggested in the owners guide that came with the system, you can turn on the media center by simply pressing the Video 1 button on your remote. For instructions on preparing the remote for use with other products, refer to Programming the advanced remote on page 4. English
Information about products that generate electrical noise
If applicable, this equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, this is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, you are encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment to an outlet on a different circuit than the one to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Note: Unauthorized modication of the receiver or radio remote control could void the users authority to operate this equipment. This product complies with the Canadian ICES-003 Class B specications.
Introduction & Safety Where to nd.
Introduction & Safety. 2 Thank you.2 Batteries.2 Where to find.3 Preparing for Use.4 Installing remote control batteries.4 Programming the advanced remote.4 To control the TV.5 To control the cable/satellite box.5 Getting familiar with the added functions.6 POWER and MUTE controls.6 SOURCE SELECTION controls.6 SOURCE and MENU controls.7 PLAYBACK controls.8 Appendix Codes. A1 for Cable. A1 for Satellite. A4 for Television.A14 English Deutsch Espaol Franais Appendix
Please dispose of used batteries properly, following any local regulations. Do not incinerate.
Preparing for Use Installing remote control batteries
1. English 2. On the back of the remote, slide open the battery compartment (Figure 1). Insert the two supplied AA (IEC-R6) 1.5V batteries, or their equivalent, as shown. Match the plus (+) and minus () marked on the batteries with the plus (+) and minus () inside the battery compartment. Slide the battery compartment cover back into place.
Note: Replace the batteries when the remote control stops operating or its range seems reduced.
Installing the batteries
Programming the advanced remote
Find the four-digit setup code for your cable box, satellite box, or TV in the Appendix at the end of this guide. There may be more than one code listed for your model of a particular product brand. If you notice a lack of response or limited functionality after programming the remote, you may need to use a different code for that product. Note: When the remote is programmed for use with both the cable/satellite box and the TV, the channel controls on the remote will change channels on the cable/satellite box and not on the TV.
Preparing for Use
To control the TV
Turn on both the 321 system and your TV. Press and hold the Program and TV On/Off buttons (shown on the left) for 3 seconds. The remote Source buttons will light to signal that you have entered programming mode. Use the number keys to enter your TVs four-digit setup code. Press Program once to complete programming. The remote will ash once to indicate successful programming. To conrm that, use the remote to turn your TV on and off or change channels. English
Note: If your advanced remote ashes rapidly several times during programming, an error has occurred. Wait 7 seconds for the remote to clear and begin programming again.
To control the cable/satellite box
Turn on both the 321 system and your cable/satellite box. Press and hold the Program and Guide buttons (shown on the left) for 3 seconds. The remote source buttons will light to signal that you have entered programming mode. Use the number keys to enter your cable/ satellite boxs four-digit setup code. Press Program once to complete programming. The remote will ash once to indicate successful programming. To conrm that, use the remote to change cable/satellite channels.
Preparing for Use Getting familiar with the added functions
English Buttons on the remote control are grouped according to function. Most of the buttons work just like the 321 system remote buttons. The advanced functionality is highlighted below.
POWER and MUTE controls
Switches the system on or off. Switches the TV on or off. Does not turn cable box or satellite box on or off. Mutes/unmutes the system volume.
SOURCE SELECTION controls
Selects Video 1 as the sound source and turns the system on. Unmutes the system volume. Changes the input selection on the TV. Selects the built-in CD/DVD player and turns the system on. Unmutes the system volume. Selects AUX as the sound source and turns the system on. Unmutes the system volume. Selects Video 2 as the sound source and turns the system on. Unmutes the system volume. Selects the built-in tuner and turns the system on to the previously selected AM station. Unmutes the system volume. Selects the built-in tuner and turns the system on to the previously selected FM station. Unmutes the system volume. 6
SOURCE and MENU controls
Turns the cable/satellite guide menu on and off. Exits the displayed cable/satellite guide menu. Enters submenus. Also accepts custom settings, choices, or entries in conjunction with other buttons. Tunes the AM/FM radio up ordown to the next higher or lower frequency. In an on-screen menu, selects the next item, up or down. Seeks forward or backward to the next strongest radio station. In an on-screen menu, changes the setting of a selected menu item. Displays the menu of the DVD disc currently loaded in the tray, if applicable. Displays or exits the Bose 321 system on-screen menus when the Video Input setting is selected on the TV. Skips to the next/previous TV, cable, or satellite channel, DVD chapter, radio station preset, or CD track. Does not affect TV volume. Raises or lowers the system volume. + Unmutes the system volume. Raises the volume. Lowers the system volume while it is muted. English
Select a channel when TV Video 1 is on. Each button gives you access to a similarly numbered DVD chapter, CD track, or radio station preset. Returns to the TV or cable/satellite channel previously selected. Enters the selected channel.
Note: When selecting numbers 1 through 9, entering a zero before the number ensures the fastest response.
Stops the disc player and, for DVDs only, temporarily holds the place where the disc stopped. Press Stop again and the player moves to the beginning of the disc. Pauses the disc player in place. After 20 minutes, switches to Stop. Starts the disc player. Scans back or forward for DVD chapters, CD tracks, or the next strongest radio station. Plays audio CD tracks (not DVD chapters) in varied order. Press again to cancel this mode. Repeats a CD, CD track, DVD chapter, or DVD title until the button is pressed again.
Codes for Cable
ABC.. 0003, 0008, 0014, 0007, 0011, 0013, 0017, 0033, 0047 Ajinvision. 1271 Alcatel.. 0896, 0897 Allegro.. 0153, 0315 Americast. 0899 Amstrad. 1222 Anvision. 0111, 0211 Archer. 0153, 0797 BT.. 0105 Bell & Howell. 0014 Bell South. 0899 Bestlink..0303 Birmingham Cable Communications. 0276 British Telecom.. 0003, 0105 Cable & Wireless. 1068 Appendix Cabletime. 0271, 0377, 0448, 0665 Century.. 0153 Citizen.. 0153, 0315 Colour Voice. 0025, 0031 Comtec..0274 Comtronics. 0040, 0060 Contec.. 0019 Cryptovision. 0600 Daehan.. 0778 Daeryung. 0877, 0008, 0277, 0477, 1877 Decsat.. 423 Director.. 0476 1A Eastern.. 0002, 0274, 0418 Electricord.. 0078 Emerson.. 0797 Everquest. 0015, 0040 Filmnet..0443 Focus. 0400 France Telecom. 0451, 0817, 0896, 0897 Funai.0019, 0248 GHZ.. 0078 GMI.. 0015, 0057, 0069, 0797 Galaxi. 0008 Garrard.. 0153 Gemini.. 0015, 0057, 0070, 0242, 0797 General Instrument. 0476, 0003, 0276, 0014, 0015, 0011, 0024, 0098, 0810 GoldStar.. 0144, 0040, 0838 Golden Channel.1110 Goodmind.. 0797 Grundig. 0529 Hamlin.. 0009, 0020, 0034, 0259, 0273 Hitachi.. 0014, 0011, 0033, 0255 Hwalin.. 0303 HyperVision.. 0619 Hytex.. 0007 IEEC. 1018
Wisi.. 0004, 0173, 0321, 0351, 0372, 0396, 0406, 0455, 0589, 0638, 0690 Woorisat..0520 Worldsat..0710 XSat. 0123, 0668 Xcom Multimedia.. 0668 Xrypton. 0369 Yes.. 0887 Zaunkonig.. 0692 Zehnder. 0114, 0321, 0331, 0369, 0520, 0742, 0818, 1075 Zenith. 0856, 0064, 0245, 0635, 1856 Zeta Technology.0200 Zodiac.. 0613 Appendix Zwergnase. 0243, 0794, 0829
Codes for Television
A-Mark.. 0003 A.R. Systems. 0556 AGB. 0516 AOC. 0451, 0093, 0180, 0060, 0030, 0178, 0019, 0179, 0018, 0003, 0009, 0052, 0092, 0108, 0137, 0185, 0474 ASA.. 0087, 0104 AWA. 0009, 0157 Abex.. 0032 Acura. 0009 Addison.. 0092, 0108, 0653 Admiral.. 0093, 0463, 0087, 0163, 0213, 0363 Advent.. 0761, 0815, 0817, 1933 Adventura.. 0046 Adyson..0032, 0068, 0216, 0217 Agef. 0087 Aiko.. 0092, 0217, 0264 Aiwa. 0701, 0705, 1904, 1910, 1914, 1915, 1916 Akai.. 0030, 0009, 0035, 0037, 0072, 0098, 0163, 0191,0208, 0218, 0329, 0361, 0371, 0433, 0448, 0480, 0516, 0548, 0556, 0581, 0602, 0631, 0672, 0696, 0702, 0708, 0812 Akib..0294 Akiba.. 0282, 0037, 0218, 0294, 0455 Akito.. 0272 Akura. 0282, 0009, 0037, 0218, 0264, 0283, 0358, 0412, 0493 Alaron.. 0179, 0183, 0216 Alba..0009, 0036, 0037, 0049, 0163, 0211, 0216, 0218, 0235, 0247, 0371, 0418, 0487, 0581, 0668 Alde. 0672 Allorgan. 0206, 0217, 0294 Allstar. 0037 Ambassador. 0177 America Action. 0180 Amplivision.. 0217, 0320, 0370, 0400 14A Appendix
Ampro.. 0751 Amstrad.. 0009, 0037, 0171, 0177, 0218, 0264, 0354, 0371, 0412, 0433, 0516, 0581 Anam. 0250, 0180, 0003, 0004, 0009, 0068, 0161, 0425, 0426, 0628, 0700 Anam National.. 0250, 0055, 0161, 0425, 0650 Anglo. 0264 Anitech..0282, 0009, 0037, 0068, 0076, 0264, 0474 Ansonic. 0009, 0037, 0102, 0292, 0370, 0428 Apex Digital. 0748, 0765, 0767, 1943 Arc En Ciel. 0196, 0399 Arcam.. 0216, 0217 Archer.0003 Aristona.. 0037, 0556 Asberg.. 0076, 0102 Asora. 0009 Asuka. 0217, 0218, 0264 Atlantic.. 0206, 0320 Audinac.0391 AudioTon. 0217, 0264, 0428, 0486 Audiosonic. 0009, 0037, 0109, 0217, 0218, 0264, 0337, 0370, 0428, 0486 Audiovox. 0451, 0180, 0003, 0092, 0623 Autovox.. 0076, 0087, 0206, 0217, 0247, 0336 BPL.. 0282, 0037 BSR. 0294 BTC..0218 Baird.. 0072, 0073, 0190, 0193, 0208, 0217, 0343 Bang & Olufsen. 0087, 0275, 0565 Barco. 0380 Basic Line.. 0282, 0009, 0037, 0217, 0218, 0374, 0455, 0567 Baur. 0010, 0037, 0065, 0146, 0303, 0349, 0361, 0505, 0512, 0535, 0554 Baysonic. 0180 Bazin.. 0217 Beaumark.. 0178 Beko.. 0037, 0370, 0428, 0486, 0714, 0715 Belcor. 0019 Bell & Howell. 0154, 0016
Sytong.. 0216 T + A.. 0447 TCM. 0808 TMK. 0178, 0056, 0177 TNCi.. 0017 TVS.. 0463 TVTEXT 95. 0556 Tacico.. 0178, 0179, 0009, 0092, 0474 Tactus.. 0272 Tai Yi.. 0009 Tandberg. 0367 Tandy. 0093, 0039, 0072, 0163, 0217, 0218 Tashiko..0032, 0033, 0036, 0043, 0092, 0146, 0163, 0216, 0217, 0363, 0650, 0721 Tatung.. 0054, 0154, 0156, 0051, 0060, 0055, 0003, 0009, 0011, 0036, 0037, 0049, 0072, 0217, 0272, 0338, 0396, 0474, 0516, 0553, 0621 Teac. 0282, 0009, 0037, 0264, 0412, 0418, 0455, 0624, 0668, 0698, 0706, 0712, 0721, 1037, 1437, 1904, 1909, 1913, 1932, 1949 Tec.. 0009, 0217, 0247, 0259, 0337, 0471, 0474 Technema.. 0320 Technics.. 0250, 0051, 0650 Technol Ace. 0179 Technovox. 0007 Techwood.. 0051, 0056, 0003 Teco. 0051, 0093, 0178, 0009, 0036, 0068, 0092, 0218, 0264, 0280, 0474, 0653 Teknika.. 0054, 0180, 0150, 0060, 0019, 0179, 0056, 0016, 0039, 0092, 0186 Teleavia. 0196, 0205, 0343, 0399
Telefunken..0056, 0005, 0037, 0073, 0074, 0084, 0101, 0109, 0196, 0213, 0262, 0335, 0343, 0471, 0486, 0498, 0566, 0625, 0702 Telegazi. 0037 Telemeister. 0037, 0320 Telesonic. 0037 Telestar.. 0037, 0579 Teletech.. 0009, 0037, 0337 Teleton.. 0036, 0186, 0206, 0217, 0259, 0349, 0363 Televideon.. 0216, 0320 Temco.. 0294 Tennessee.. 0037 Appendix Tensai.0009, 0037, 0104, 0105, 0217, 0218, 0247, 0294, 0320, 0371, 0374, 0377 Tenson.. 0320 Tera.. 0030, 0031, 0149, 0466, 0474 Texet.. 0009, 0216, 0218, 0374 Thomas. 1904 Thomson. 0037, 0109, 0196, 0198, 0205, 0287, 0335, 0343, 0349, 0399, 0471, 0560, 0625, 1447 Thorn. 0005, 0035, 0037, 0072, 0073, 0074, 0084, 0104, 0190, 0192, 0193, 0238, 0272, 0278, 0335, 0343, 0361, 0374, 0499, 0505, 0512, 0535, 0553 Thorn-Ferguson. 0343 Tokai.. 0009, 0037, 0163, 0337, 0448 Tokyo. 0035, 0329, 0448 Tomashi.. 0282 Toshiba. 0154, 0156, 0060, 0035, 0036, 0070, 0102, 0109, 0149, 0161, 0243, 0381, 0502, 0508, 0509, 0553, 0618, 0644, 0650, 0718, 1256, 1508, 1704, 1918, 1935, 1936, 1945 Tosonic. 0185 Totevision. 0039 Trans Continens. 0217 35A
Transonic. 0698, 0712 Trical.. 0157 Trident.. 0516 Tristar. 0193, 0218 Triumph. 0177, 0243, 0346, 0516, 0556 Tsoschi.. 0282 Tuntex.. 0030, 0009, 0092, 0474 Uher. 0037, 0206, 0303, 0320, 0374, 0418, 0486 Ultra. 0192, 0391 Ultravox.. 0037, 0087, 0102, 0213, 0216, 0247 Unic Line. 0037, 0473 United.. 0037 Universal. 0027 Universum..0009, 0010, 0011, 0032, 0036, 0037, 0070, 0074, 0076, 0104, 0105, 0146, 0157, 0170, 0177, 0213, 0217, 0247, 0264, 0290, 0294, 0327, 0337, 0346, 0361, 0370, 0411, 0418, 0421, 0474, 0480, 0492, 0505, 0512, 0535, 0554, 1901 Univox.. 0037, 0087, 0163, 0238, 0337 Vector Research. 0030 Vestel. 0037, 0217 Vibrant.. 0272 Victor.. 0250, 0053, 0036, 0160, 0376, 0650, 0653 Video Concepts. 0098 Videologic.. 0216, 0218 Videosat.. 0247 Videotechnic. 0217, 0320 Videoton. 0356 Vidikron.. 0054, 0242 Vidtech.. 0178, 0019, 0036 ViewSonic.. 1755 Viking. 0046 Vision. 0217, 0320 Vistar.. 0206 Appendix Voxson.. 0087, 0163, 0363, 0418 Waltham. 0037, 0109, 0217, 0356, 0385, 0418 Wards.0054, 0165, 0030, 0178, 0021, 0019, 0179, 0056, 0016, 0020, 0027, 0028, 0029, 0080, 0096, 0111, 0174, 0866
Watson..0009, 0037, 0213, 0218, 0320, 0394, 0519, 0579 Watt Radio. 0102, 0213, 0216 Waycon. 0156 Wega.. 0036, 0037, 0087 Wegavox. 0009 Weltblick. 0320 White Westinghouse. 0463, 0037, 0186, 0216, 0320, 0337, 0623, 1909 Windstar.. 0282 Xrypton. 0037 Yamaha. 0030, 0019, 0769 Yamishi. 0282, 0217, 0455 Yapshe.. 0250 Yokan. 0037 Appendix Yoko. 0009, 0037, 0217, 0218, 0264, 0339, 0421 Zanussi. 0206, 0217, 0363 Zenith. 0017, 0463, 0178, 0016, 0092, 0624, 1904, 1909, 1911, 1929 Zenor.. 0339 Zonda.. 0003
2003 Bose Corporation The Mountain Framingham, MA 01701-9168 USA 272394 AM Rev.00 JN40404
The Bose Wave Radio
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose the Wave radio to rain or moisture.
As with any electronic product, use care not to spill liquids into any part of the radio. Liquids can cause a failure and/or a fire hazard.
RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK DO NOT OPEN CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
RISQUE DE CHOC LECTRIQUE NE PAS OUVRIR AFIN DE PRVENIR UN CHOC LECTRIQUE NE PAS ENLEVER LE COUVERCLE ARRIRE. IL NE SE TROUVE LINTRIEUR AUCUNE PICE POUVANT TRE RPARE PAR LUSAGER. SADRESSER UN RPARATEUR COMPTENT.
These CAUTION marks are located on the bottom of your Wave radio:
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the system enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle, as marked on the system, is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance instructions in this owners guide.
CAUTION: To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to wide slot, insert fully. ATTENTION: Pour viter les chocs lectriques, introduire la lame la plus large de la fiche dans la borne correspondante de la prise et pousser jusquau fond.
Please dispose of used batteries properly, following any local regulations. Do not incinerate.
Please read this owners guide
Please take the time to follow this owners guide carefully. It will help you set up and operate your radio properly, and enjoy all of its advanced features. Save your owners guide for future reference.
Where to find
Setting Up Before you begin.... 4 Unpacking the carton.... 5 Selecting a location for your radio... 5 Installing the battery.... 6 Connecting the power cord... 7 Connecting to a cable radio signal... 7 Setting up the remote control.... 8 Connecting other components... 10 Operating Your Wave Radio Operating the remote control... 12 Operating the radio control panel... 12 Listening to the radio... 13 Setting the time.... 13 Reading the clock display... 14 Reading the radio display... 14 Customizing the display.... 15 Setting Alarm 1.... 16 Setting Alarm 2.... 17 Using the alarms.... 18 Maintaining Your Wave Radio Taking care of your Wave radio.... 19 Technical information... 19 Warranty period.... 19 Troubleshooting.... 20 Customer service.... 20 Index.... 21 Bose Corporation... inside back cover
For your records
The serial number is located on the bottom of your radio. Wave radio serial number: _______________________________________________________ Purchase date: _________________________________________________________________ We suggest you keep your sales receipt and warranty card together with this owners guide.
Before you begin
Thank you for purchasing the Bose Wave radio. Fourteen years of research by Bose Corporation bring you the benefits of patented acoustic waveguide speaker technology, which was named Invention of the Year by the Intellectual Property Owners association. Using this technology, a tube efficiently transfers energy from a small loudspeaker to the outside air over a whole range of bass notes. And there is a 34-inch long waveguide folded inside the Wave radio, enabling this tabletop radio to produce room-filling sound with full, rich bass.
Your Wave radio also includes: Integrated system design for acoustic quality without inconvenient adjustments A high performance stereo tuner offers up to 6 AM and 6 FM station presets Two independent alarms, with battery backup power to remember settings A credit card-size infrared remote control with mounting strip provided Inputs for an additional sound source, such as a CD or tape player Please take the time to follow this owners guide carefully. It helps you set up and operate your radio and enjoy all of its features and high-fidelity sound.
Unpacking the carton
Carefully unpack your system. Save all packing materials for possible future use. The original packing materials provide the safest way to transport your Wave radio. If any part of the product appears damaged, do not attempt to use it. Notify Bose Customer Service immediately (see phone numbers on the inside back cover). Check to be sure your Wave radio contains the parts identified in Figure 1.
Note: Find the serial number on the bottom of your radio. Write it on your warranty card and in the space provided on page 3.
What comes with your Wave radio
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Selecting a location for your radio
Please keep these guidelines in mind when selecting a location for your radio: Place the radio on a table or other flat surface. Do not use the radio in a damp location. It is important to prevent moisture from getting into the unit. Do not place it on a metal surface or table that could interfere with AM reception. Since all electrical equipment generates some heat, do not place it on a heat-sensitive surface. If you use the radio with your television or VCR, do not place it directly on top of the television. It may interfere with the picture quality. A location within two feet of a wall is recommended for best bass performance. You get the maximum sound from your radio if you are able to place the radio across the room from where you will be listening. Please adjust the location to get the sound you prefer.
Installing the battery
The Wave radios 9 volt battery maintains the memory and backup alarm system for up to three days during a power failure, or while the radio is unplugged. Operating without this battery leaves the memory unprotected, but will not harm the radio. Use a standard 9V battery (IEC 6F22 in Europe), available at most retail stores.
Note: The battery does not power the radio or light the display.
1. Carefully turn your radio upside down (avoid scratching the top). 2. Locate the battery compartment on the bottom (Figure 2). 3. Press the arrow on the cover to slide the compartment open. 4. Place the battery inside, matching the large () and small (+) terminals with the opposite size terminals on the clip inside the compartment. 5. Press the terminals together firmly. 6. Slide the cover back and turn the radio right side up.
Connecting the power cord
1. Plug the small end of the power cord into the power jack on the back of your radio (Figure 3). The connector is shaped to fit in only one direction. Line up the flat edge of the plug with the flat edge on the side of the jack. 2. The FM antenna is built into the power cord. To improve FM reception, unwind the power cord completely. 3. Plug the other end of the power cord into an electric outlet. 4. The display panel lights and the time display begins flashing. 5. Press the CLOCK SET button once to stop the flashing.
Flat edge of connector
Connecting to a cable radio signal
To connect your radio to the FM signal available from some cable TV companies, contact your cable provider for assistance. The connection is made to the FM 75 EXTERNAL antenna connector on the back of the radio.
CAUTION: Be certain that the installation includes a signal splitter so that only the FM band, not the cable TV band, is transmitted to the radio. It is necessary to use a splitter that filters the signal to prevent any re-emissions of the TV spectrum through the radio.
Setting up the remote control
WARNING: Keep the remote control battery away from children. It may cause a fire or chemical burn if mishandled. Do not recharge, disassemble, heat above 100C (212F), or incinerate. Dispose of used battery promptly. Replace only with a battery of the correct type and model number.
Your remote control may be one of two types (Figure 4A or 4B). Each is identified by the way the battery compartment unlocks to install or replace the battery. 1. Place the remote control face down on a flat surface. 2. If your remote has a slot on the back (Figure 4A), follow step A. Otherwise, follow step B and refer to Figure 4B: A. Insert the tip of a ballpoint pen into the slot. Push to the side as shown and hold. Slide the battery compartment open with your finger. B. Using your finger, push the tab lock to the side as shown and hold. Slide the battery compartment open.
Locating the safety lock
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Note: Use only a Duracell, Eveready, Maxell, or Toshiba CR2032 or DL2032 lithium battery (available at electronics stores). If you have difficulty finding a replacement battery, contact Bose Product Support (see phone numbers on the inside back cover).
3. Keeping the remote control face down, insert the new battery into the compartment with the + symbol facing up. 4. Gently slide the battery compartment closed. It locks automatically. 5. Use the supplied mounting strip if you want to attach the remote to a surface in your listening room. Peel off the protective backing to stick one piece to the back of the remote and the other to the selected surface (Figure 5).
Installing the mounting strip for the remote control
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Connecting other components
Use your Wave radio to improve the sound of a CD player, tape player, or TV. You can also use your radio as extension speakers for a Bose Lifestyle music system. Connect one of these components to the right and left AUX IN jacks. To play your radio through external speakers, connect powered Bose speakers to the radios right and left VARIABLE OUT jacks. Audio cables for these connections are available at electronics stores, or by calling Bose. Most audio cables are color coded. Match the red plugs to the right (red) jack and the black or white plugs to the left (white) jack (Figure 6).
Note: Connecting components or speakers to the VARIABLE OUT jacks shuts off the radio speakers.
Connecting another component
VARIABLE OU T
Using other components
Select your CD player, tape player, or other auxiliary source by pressing the AUX button. Adjust the listening volume with the VOLUME buttons. Control all other functions, including on/off, at the source, referring to its owners manual, if necessary. Control your auxiliary powered speakers from the Wave radio. If these speakers have a volume control, you may use it.
Note: Recording from your Wave radio is not recommended. Connecting a tape recorder to the VARIABLE OUT jacks shuts off the radio speakers, preventing you from monitoring the recording volume.
Component Portable CD or tape player
Cable One miniplug-tostereo audio cable
Connection at component Headphone jack For best sound, set the player volume control to approximately 3/4 of maximum volume.
Connection at Wave radio AUX IN jacks
CD player, tape deck, or VCR
One stereo audio cable
Audio output jacks If there are two sets of outputs (fixed and variable), use fixed so that the volume can be controlled from the radio.
AUX IN jacks
Recording from your Wave radio is not recommended because connections to the VARIABLE OUT jacks shut off the radio speakers, preventing you from monitoring the recording volume.
Use a standard RCA cable for a TV with stereo output jacks. Use a standard Y adapter for a TV with a single (mono) audio output jack. You may need a special adapter for a TV with a headphone outlet. Stereo cable with male-to-male RCA plugs.
To make sure the sound seems to come from the screen, place the Wave radio close to the TV. If there is any interference with the TV picture, move the radio farther away.
CAUTION: To prevent interference with the TV picture, do not place the Wave radio directly on top of the TV.
Bose Lifestyle music system
TAPE (REC) jacks
Powered Bose speakers
Use the audio input cable that came with your speakers.
Speaker system input (as described in the speaker owners manual)
VARIABLE OUT jacks
If your Bose audio input cable has three connectors at the non-speakers end, use only the two connectors that look alike to connect to the radio outputs. DO NOT USE THE THIRD CONNECTOR. Connecting speakers to the VARIABLE OUT jacks shuts off the radio speakers.
Operating Your Wave Radio
Operating the remote control
Aim the remote control at the display of your Wave radio. Use the remote buttons in the same way you use the radio control panel. The remote normally works up to 20 feet in front of the radio, and 6 feet to either side. Replace the remote control battery when it stops operating, or its range seems reduced (normally every year or two). Keep in mind that lighting and other room conditions, in addition to battery age, can affect the operating range of an infrared remote control.
Operating the radio control panel
Most of the functions of the clock and the radio are operated by similar buttons on the control panel or the remote control (Figure 7). You can access additional functions by pressing two control panel buttons simultaneously (such as both TUNING buttons to display the station), which requires a separate button on the remote (STA). The control panel ON/OFF and VOLUME buttons have raised ridges to help you locate these frequently used buttons.
The Wave radio remote and control panel buttons
Hold (and press TUNING up or down) to set the time
Set or check the wakeup time
Selects radio, tone, both, or no alarm Set or check the wakeup time Sets timed shutoff Tunes up or down the AM or FM band Press together to SLEEP display current station
TUNING PRESET STATIONS 6 3
Displays current station Stores/selects a preset station
WAVE RADIO REMOTE CONTROL
Raises or lowers volume Mutes/unmutes the radio Turns the radio on and selects AUX Turns the radio on and selects AM or FM Turns the radio on/off
VOLUME AUX AM/FM ON/OFF
Sets timed shutoff
Listening to the radio
To turn on/off - Press once to turn on (to the last source played) or off. Or, press AM/FM or any PRESET to turn the radio on. To adjust the volume - While the radio is either on or off, press and hold either button to reset the volume. The display shows the volume level, from 0 (soft) to 99 (loud). To select AM or FM - If the radio is off or in AUX mode, press to select the radio. Press again to change between AM and FM. To tune in a station - Press and hold either button until the desired station is selected.
To seek a station - Press and hold either button until you hear a beep. Release to find the next strong station. If necessary, turn the volume up to hear the beep. To preset up to 6 AM and 6 FM stations - Use the TUNING buttons to find the desired station. Then hold down any PRESET button until you hear a beep. The station is now preset to that number. To select a preset station - Choose AM or FM. Press the PRESET button for the station you want. To display the selected station - If the display is in clock mode and the radio is on, press both TUNING buttons simultaneously or STA.
2 PRESET STATIONS
To mute the sound - Press to silence the radio. Press again to restore volume. To listen to a component connected to AUX - Press to turn on the radio in AUX mode. This does not turn on the component. To shut off automatically - Press to set automatic shutoff. The display shows 75 minutes. Press again, or press and hold, to reduce the time until shutoff to 60, 45, 30, 15, 10, 5, or 0 minutes.
No MUTE button
Setting the time
To set the clock - Hold down the CLOCK SET button and press TUNING up or down. The time display changes slowly at first, then faster. Release the TUNING button to stop.
TUNING PRESET STATIONS
You cannot set the time from the remote control.
Reading the clock display
The clock display
Shows current time, wakeup time, time remaining before automatic shutoff, station frequency, or volume setting.
Lights to indicate Alarm 1 is on.
Lights to indicate sound selected for Alarm 1. Lights to indicate sound selected for Alarm 2. Lights to indicate Alarm 2 is on.
Lights to indicate sleep mode is selected.
One will light to indicate AM or PM.
Reading the radio display
The radio display
Lights to show auxiliary source, FM, or AM band selected. Lights while receiving FM stereo broadcast. Lights while volume setting is displayed. Lights while radio automatically searches for a strong signal. Shows station frequency, current time, wakeup time, time remaining before automatic shutoff, or volume setting.
AUX FM STEREO VOL AM SEEK PRESET
Lights when you preset a station.
Lights when you select a preset station.
Customizing the display
AM/PM (12 hour) or Military (24 hour) time
Press ON/OFF once to turn your Wave radio off.
Hold down CLOCK SET and press ON/OFF to switch between AM/PM (12 HR) or military (24 HR) formats.
Clock or radio mode
In clock mode, the display shows the time while the radio is on; in radio mode, the display shows the selected radio station. With the radio turned on, hold down the CLOCK SET button and press the AM/FM button to switch between clock and radio modes.
In low light situations, the display dims automatically. To adjust the brightness level for the automatic dim setting:
Hold down the CLOCK SET button while pressing VOLUME up to view the 10 levels of increasing brightness. Hold down the CLOCK SET button while pressing VOLUME up or down to select your preferred setting.
The selected setting is retained by the radio, with the 9V battery as backup in case of power outage.
Setting Alarm 1
Note: You can set the alarm with the radio on or off.
To set the Alarm 1 time - On the control panel, hold down ALARM SET and press TUNING up or down. The time display changes slowly at first, then more quickly. Release TUNING to stop. On the remote, press TIME. The ALARM indicator flashes. Press TUNING up or down. The time display changes slowly at first, then more quickly. Release TUNING to stop. Press TIME to return the display to the current time. To turn on the Alarm 1 function - Press ALARM MODE or ALARM in sequence to select the mode you want: tone, radio, both tone and radio, or off. For tone only, press until the indicator lights. For radio only, press until the indicator lights. For tone and radio, press until both indicators light. When the alarm goes off, the tone sounds. Press SLEEP/SNOOZE to turn the radio on. Press SLEEP/SNOOZE to pause the radio for 10 minutes. To turn off the Alarm 1 function - Press ALARM MODE or ALARM until the display shows no Alarm 1 mode indicators. To check the Alarm 1 setting - On the control panel, hold down ALARM SET to see the wakeup time. On the remote, press TIME to see the wakeup time. Press TIME again to return the display to current time. To wake to a preselected radio station with Alarm 1 - While holding ALARM SET, press the PRESET button for the station you want (change between AM and FM if needed).
Use the control panel to select this feature.
Setting Alarm 2
Note: You can set the alarm with the radio on or off. The ALARM 2 indicator must be flashing to set Alarm 2 time or sound. The ALARM 2 indicator continues flashing for 10 seconds after the Alarm 2 wakeup time or sound is set.
To set the Alarm 2 time On the control panel: 1. Hold down ALARM SET and press ALARM MODE until the ALARM 2 indicator flashes. You have 10 seconds to begin setting the time. 2. Hold ALARM SET and press TUNING up or down. The time display changes slowly at first, then more quickly. 3. Release TUNING to stop. On the remote:. The ALARM 2 indicator 1. Press TIME, then press ALARM flashes. You have 10 seconds to begin setting the time. 2. Press TUNING up or down. The time display changes slowly at first, then more quickly. 3. Release TUNING to stop. 4. Press TIME to return the display to the current time. To turn on the Alarm 2 function - On the control panel, hold down ALARM SET and press ALARM MODE until the ALARM 2 indicator flashes. Release ALARM SET. On the remote, press TIME, then press ALARM. The ALARM 2 indicator flashes. Press TIME again. With ALARM 2 flashing, press ALARM MODE or ALARM in sequence to select the mode you want: tone, radio, both tone and radio, or off. For tone only, press until the indicator lights. For radio only, press until the indicator lights. For tone and radio, press until both indicators light. When the alarm goes off, the tone sounds. Press SLEEP/SNOOZE to turn the radio on. Press SLEEP/SNOOZE to pause the radio for 10 minutes. To turn off the Alarm 2 function - On the control panel, hold until the ALARM 2 down ALARM SET and press ALARM MODE indicator flashes. Release ALARM SET. On the remote, press TIME, then press ALARM. The ALARM 2 indicator flashes. Press TIME again. until the With ALARM 2 flashing, press ALARM MODE or ALARM display shows no Alarm 2 mode indicators. To check the Alarm 2 setting - On the control panel, hold down ALARM SET and press ALARM MODE to see the wakeup time. On the remote, press TIME, then press ALARM to see the wakeup time. ALARM 2 flashes for 10 seconds. To wake to a preselected radio station with Alarm 2 - While ALARM 2 flashes, hold down ALARM SET and press the PRESET button for the station you want (change between AM and FM if needed).
Using the alarms
To stop the alarm - Press ON/OFF. The indicators remain lit. Or, if you do not press ON/OFF, the tone alarm shuts off in 30 minutes, the radio alarm shuts off in 60 minutes. The alarm automatically resets to repeat daily. To pause the alarm for 10 minutes - Press SLEEPSNOOZE or SLEEP to have the radio or tone alarm repeat in 10 minutes. When the alarm is in both radio and tone mode, press SLEEPSNOOZE or SLEEP to pause the tone for 10 minutes and turn on the radio. Press SLEEPSNOOZE or SLEEP again to silence the radio - the tone repeats in 10 minutes. You can repeat the pause cycle as many times as you want. If you do not press any button while the tone is sounding, it shuts off in 30 minutes. To set the volume of the radio alarm - The radio alarm turns on and gradually increases to the last volume setting used. You can select a volume setting with the radio on or off. To set the volume of the tone alarm - The tone alarm turns on and gradually increases to the last tone setting used. You can set a louder or softer tone by pressing VOLUME up or down while the tone is sounding. To use the alarm during a power failure - Press ON/OFF to silence. The backup battery runs the alarm for approximately three days without AC power. To conserve power, only the tone alarm sounds even if radio alarm is selected. Normal operation resumes when power is restored. Replace the 9V battery after an extended power failure.
Maintaining Your Wave Radio
Taking care of your Wave radio
The only necessary maintenance is periodic battery replacement and cleaning.
Replacing the batteries
To protect your Wave radios memory and backup alarm system, replace the 9V battery every year and when you have an extended power loss. A dead battery may leak and cause damage. Do not unplug your Wave radio from the power outlet while replacing the battery. If you do unplug it, you will need to reset the clock, alarm settings, and station presets. For further information on replacing the 9V battery, see Installing the battery on page 6. For information on replacing the remote control battery, see Setting up the remote control on page 8.
Cleaning your radio
Use only a cloth to clean the outside of the Wave radio. If necessary, you may use a softbristled attachment to gently vacuum the front of the radio. Do not use any solvents, chemicals, or cleaning solutions containing alcohol, ammonia, or abrasives. Do not spray cleaners directly on the radio. Do not allow liquids to spill into any openings on the radio. If liquids get into the product, turn the radio off. Call Bose Customer Service as soon as possible to arrange for service (see phone numbers on inside back cover).
USA/Canada: 120V~ 50/60 Hz 50W
14"W x 814"D x 418"H (35.6 cm x 21.0 cm x 10.5 cm)
7 lb (3.2 kg)
The Bose Wave radio is covered by a limited 1-year transferable warranty. Details of the warranty are provided on the warranty card that came with your radio. Please fill out the information section on the card and mail it to Bose.
Radio does not function
What to do
Make sure the power connector is inserted securely into the radio, matching the flat side of the connector to the flat side of the jack, and the power cord is plugged fully into an operating AC wall outlet. Increase the volume. Press the MUTE button on the remote control to unmute the sound. Check the connections for any auxiliary component. Select AUX to hear a source connected to the AUX IN jacks. Be sure that the component is turned on. Check battery and its polarity (+ and ). Replace battery, if necessary (see page 8). Operate the remote control closer to the radio. Check for interference from room lighting or sunlight, or dust or dirt on the lens. Try the radio in a different location.
Remote control is inconsistent or does not work
AM reception is weak
Adjust the internal AM antenna by turning the radio slightly. Try moving the radio farther from a TV, fluorescent lights, dimmer switches, or other electronic equipment which generate electrical noise. You may be in an area of weak AM signal coverage. Extend the power cord as much as possible. The FM antenna is in the power cord. Move the power cord to adjust the FM antenna. If you still have problems with FM reception, you may need an external antenna. Call Bose Customer Service to request one.
FM reception is weak
For additional help in solving problems, contact Bose Customer Service. See the inside back cover for Bose Corporation offices and phone numbers.
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V VARIABLE OUT jacks 10, 11 VCR 5, 11 voltage 2 VOLUME 10, 12, 15, 18 volume 10-14, 18, 20 W wakeup time 12, 14, 16, 17 warranty 3, 5, 19 waveguide 4 weight 19
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