Summary: I bought my first Bose music system back in 2005. The sound quality was excellent, so much so that when I moved I got rid of my decades-old cd player, receiver, and speakers. Being partially deaf, I especially appreciated the option of playing the TV through the machine.
Summary: The Bose Wave radio/cd is a total P.O.S. I won't translate that for you. The CD player has a high failure rate. I get disc error messages all the time and it often fails to advance from one track to the next. The same thing happened on another unit that I bought for a family member.
Summary: Bose products are HORRIBLE!!!!!!! This is an absolute WASTE of money and they DO NOT REFUND!!! My mom is on her third try at sending it back and still cannot watch a movie!! The sound has been cutting out every few SECONDS!!! I am madder than a viper and have called Bose a few times already!!
Summary: I bought two of these two and a half years ago, and this summer within a few days of each other they both stopped accepting CD's. My over fifteen year old TEAC still functions at a fraction of the price. As for rating, I'd give them a minus rating if it was available.
Summary: What a disappointment. In the mornings, I like to listen to talk radio on AM. With this product, forget about it!!! The AM reception is a joke (seriously). The Bose techs give you a couple of ideas..
Summary: I have to start by saying that I was completely open minded about this product, if not leaning toward the positive before purchasing because BOSE Stereo speakers actually sound very good. I can say without reservation that I was shocked by the EXTREMELY poor quality sound of this system.
Summary: If you do some research, you will see reviewers that have reviewed radios such as the Bose Wave Radio and Boston Acoustics Recepter and Tivoli Model One, and as soon as they turn on the Bose Wave Radio, they just unplug it and forget about any side by side comparisons, because it is so obviously bad...