A local restaurant here in Pawling uses a Bose Wave Radio to provide background music. It's one of the older models and had been playing 9 hours a day for several years when recently it stopped making any noise. I offered to have a look to see if a fuse had blown.
I got to pop the hood and root around with a stick so to say. I am very impressed with the design and manufacture of the unit. There was no fuse for me to replace so the owner sent it back to Bose for repair. Less than two weeks later music was back at Karen's Kitchen.
Did this impress me yet again? Oh yes.
Do I now own one? Well... maybe soon.
On Jan 31, 2012, at 3:16 AM, Shai Drori wrote:
> My father has one and it is very nice, not sure if it's worth the money. Worth checking out.
> On 31/01/12 07:16, Robert Reilly wrote:
>> Hi Dick,
>> The Bose Wave radio fits the bill albeit expensively. I don't personally own one, but I know several folks who do and love them.
>> Bob Reilly
>> On Jan 31, 2012, at 12:07 AM, Richard L. Hess wrote:
>>> Hi, Dick,
>>> This has become a bit of a problem, actually. The most common thing now is an iPod dock, but many have 3.5 mm stereo inputs and/or RCA stereo inputs for "aux" inputs. So if you don't dock your iPod to it, you can use a "walkman" CD, Minidisc, or cassette player. Many have radios built-in.
>>> Not as convenient as one-piece. I find lots of CD walkman-type devices at garage sales, but none are as nice as the two I found refurb'd at the Sony Outlet store in Lancaster PA in the 90s--those had SPDIF optical outputs!
>>> Good luck!
>>> On 2012-01-30 11:46 PM, Dick Spottswood wrote:
>>>> I'd like to replace an aging bedside boom box with something simple&
>>>> functional with reasonable sound. Does anyone have a favorite?
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