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Old 3rd March 2012, 02:12 AM   #41
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why? what do you do with all of this disparate information you harvest here?
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Old 3rd March 2012, 02:37 AM   #42
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Service Manual still wanted.
Just call Bose and ask for it! (you will never get it). They want you to send it back to them and fix it for you and take your money again!!! if you are really into this Bose radio, just get an used one on e-bay.

PS: I found some info on the "special and unique" TDA7376B IC that these things use, The IC is about $4 dollars. Wow...24 watts at 1khz 10% THD? it is a joke!!!! Check some specifications on the chip.http://www.st.com/internet/com/TECHN...CD00000161.pdf

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Old 18th June 2012, 06:18 PM   #43
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Just call Bose and ask for it! (you will never get it). They want you to send it back to them and fix it for you and take your money again!!! if you are really into this Bose radio, just get an used one on e-bay.

PS: I found some info on the "special and unique" TDA7376B IC that these things use, The IC is about $4 dollars. Wow...24 watts at 1khz 10% THD? it is a joke!!!! Check some specifications on the chip.http://www.st.com/internet/com/TECHN...CD00000161.pdf
really? check out this URLs:
Bose Wave Radio CD, Service Manual in PDF format | eBay
REPAIR SERVICE for Bose Wave Radio/CD system AWRC-1P | eBay
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Old 19th June 2012, 03:19 AM   #44
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Why waist your money in something that is worthless? I guess your mind is closed in Bose products right! Good luck fixing your radio!
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Old 19th October 2013, 10:37 AM   #45
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Why waist your money in something that is worthless? I guess your mind is closed in Bose products right! Good luck fixing your radio!
No. I want to find a development for an upgrade solution. Actually therefore all the efforts. According BOSE's advertisement this device is better than most of exist hifi systems for home audio with the great benefit of missing from all the mess of cable stuff. BTW - most users are also firmly convinced, that BOSE's claim is correct.
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Old 19th October 2013, 12:05 PM   #46
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No. I want to find a development for an upgrade solution. Actually therefore all the efforts. According BOSE's advertisement this device is better than most of exist hifi systems for home audio with the great benefit of missing from all the mess of cable stuff. BTW - most users are also firmly convinced, that BOSE's claim is correct.
LOL, Because Bose said that right? or maybe some of your friends like: the carpenter, the painter, the chef or you pal the plumber...you are easy to convince. Bose has washed your brain too. Long time ago I used to be "blind" like you with Bose, I though it was the best of the best in audio system. I had many of their GARBAGE like Acoustimass 5, 901 speakers, 301 speakers, Lifestyle 5, 151 speakers. and I can only say...What a stupid guy I was wasting my money and time with those pieces of crap. Too bad nobody opened my eyes and told me the real truth. I studied electronics and I started working fixing TV's, stereos, amplifiers etc and then I realized what all this was about... Bose and I are divorced now I do not want to see that brand in my house ever again!.
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Shame on Bose...taking low priced components & packaging and cleverly marketing them to the clueless for a shameful profit margin. Nothing like that going on in the land of true hifi. Nobody selling tarted-up interconnects, speaker cables and power cords for hundred$, thousand$ or more. Nobody shrinkwrapping $1 resistors and transforming them into $100 quantum gizmos. Nobody pushing so-so sounding speakers for mid-5 to over-6 figure ranges. Bad, bad Bose!
Of course a lot of companies try to do that; but Bose has been quite successful at the game, so they get the flack. Still tarted-up "lifestyle" grade equipment.
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Of course a lot of companies try to do that; but Bose has been quite successful at the game, so they get the flack.
Still tarted-up "lifestyle" grade equipment.
My english is still not good. therefore I don't understand the marked terms.
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My english is still not good. therefore I don't understand the marked terms.
Flack is general verbal abuse. Tarted-up means dressing up something to look more attractive than the reality.
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I like the original Bose boom-box, the one with the 4-1/2" woofer feeding the half-square antenna theory waveguide, and the 2-1/2" twiddler speakers bi-amped around 200hz.

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If they were $250, rather than $1250 (current price), I would own one.

Bose, while not quite hi-fi, is OK (as long as price is not in the equation).
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