Summary: I owned a Wave Radio for 13 years - used it to wake up in the morning (which might be a mistake since you tend to lay in bed listening to the music instead of getting up!) The sound quality is awesome for such a little unit.
Summary: After much debate about whether to purchase the Wave system, I finally went on and did it. I have read, and re-read reviews. Both sides of the spectrum. I have gone into the local Bose store to listen to it. And after about a year, I dove in and did it.
Summary: I have had it a couple of years. The sound is great. However, what idiot decided to have no controls except by remote? And to make it worse the supplied remote is a JOKE. Its range on a good day is maybe 4 feet. Most of the time it won't work at all. Some buttons work some time.
Summary: The Bose Wave Radio II is easy to use, has top-of-the-line speakers and has a high-quality build. I use mine as a TV stereo speaker. The auxiliary input works for that function and what I like is that it doesn't take up a lot of space next to the TV.
Summary: You get what you pay for.. This radio outperforms any clock radio I have ever had, it is probably the last one I will buy. The alarm feature is outstanding, you no longer have to wake to blaring music..I can not believe the sound quality!
Summary: A clock radio that you have to fumble for a remote to use....I don't think so. I have the older models (CD & Clock Radio) and they are nice but the new model is irritating. I also have the IPOD player and at least the volume controls are on the system.
Summary: This radio, which stems from the original Bose Wave radio is an outsanding product. The quality of sound is incredible and stands in a category of its own. The reproduction of each frequency sounds superior to most anything I have heard in the past (and I have plenty of hi-fi stereo experience).
Summary: It wasn't worth the money that I payed for. It is a good radio if you have an external antenna. I would play it in the office and could never get a decent signal until I had to pay an extra $30 for an antenna. If you are going to pay $300 plus you should get something that works out of the box.