Bose® Wave® music system multi-CD changer, Titanium Silver
Bose® Wave® music system multi-CD changer, Titanium Silver
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Designed for the Bose Wave music system. Plays up to three CDs or MP3 CDs for hours of music.
Elegant, slot-loaded design complements your Wave® music system
Maintains the same small footprint to fit easily in most areas
Features an additional input for another audio source, such as a TV or DVD player
Spare remote included
Enjoy hours of uninterrupted CD listening with this add-on multi-CD changer -- designed exclusively for the Bose® Wave® music system. Just slide one CD or MP3 CD into the Wave® music system and up to three more into the changer for hours of continuous music. The changer offers a spare remote and features an additional connection for another audio source, such as a TV or DVD player. It maintains the same small footprint as the Wave® music system and, together, stands only 6" tall. Note: This changer is not compatible with the Wave® radio/CD with top-loading CD player.
|Package Length:||17.1 inches|
|Package Width:||13.0 inches|
|Package Height:||8.3 inches|
|Package Weight:||7.2 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 11 reviews|
|Average Customer Review: ( 11 customer reviews )
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97 of 98 found the following review helpful:
Bose made 'this'??? Oct 31, 2009
By Lori F. Sotero
After owning the Bose Wave System for a year and enjoying the streamlined, compact design coupled with of course the gorgeous rich sound....I was anticipating more of the same quality when coveting the Multi-Cd changer for a long time.
For my birthday I was excited to treat myself to purchasing one. However I was astonished to find that the random mode worked only within ONE cd at a time. This was a deal-breaker for me as that feature was pretty much the sole reason I wanted the benefit of having several CDs on hand. I was given the impression that the cd changer would allow for all the cds to be randomly sampled when playing. Also the mechanical noise was ridiculous when selecting one of the cds to play from the changer, it's a real loud and laborious sound that makes you sense the fragility of the system. Plus the CDs are not sucked in like on the Wave, you have to kind of really push it in.
Then the design when the wave system was mounted on top of this "elegant pedestal" was very awkward and clumsy looking, completely ruining the sleekness of the Wave design. So basically what this multi-cd changer ended up becoming was a VERY overpriced cd storage unit for me. Needless to say I promptly returned it and the friendly Bose associates looked a little sheepish for not being more familiar with the functions of the changer when I asked them specific questions earlier when purchasing this.
Frankly I think this CD changer sheds a bad light on Bose and actually makes you worry if the other products are as poorly designed! I would NOT recommend buying this, stick to your Wave and maybe they will put out a product worthy of their reputation. Until then I will just change the CD myself.
22 of 23 found the following review helpful:
Endless Play Nov 12, 2009
I returned my purchase to Bose for an exchange for one that doesn't have the same problem. I left empty-handed.
Turns out the problem is just mine. When the CD Changer is attached to the Wave CD player the system will only stop playing the CDs when you push "STOP" on the remote! Otherwise the CD or CDs will play endlessly. Or I can disconnect the CD Changer from the main CD Player for those times I want to just play one CD and have it stop when it's done.
I said to the tech on the phone and the salesperson in the store that $650.00 is a lot of money for a system that can't just play one, two or more CDs and stop when finished playing.
I guess they specialize in superb sound with limited focus on other features. Maybe they feel that the sound is so good that you will want to hear it non-stop!
So I will look for something less costly for the bedroom upstairs. I will wait for Bose to "fix" this "problem". It seems so basic.
16 of 18 found the following review helpful:
EXCELLENT ADDITION TO THE BOSE WAVE SYSTEM Nov 24, 2010
I have read alot of negative reviews of this changer, so I decided to check this out for myself. as I dont believe that Bose would make a shoddy product
The FIRST THING YOU NEED TO DO BEFORE HOOKING THIS UNIT UP TO YOUR BOSE WAVE RADIO IS......RUN THE PROGRAM CD!!!.BEFORE HOOKING IT UP TO THE BOSE WAVE SYSTEM AFTER THE PROGRAM CD EJECTS FROM THE BOSE WAVE,THEN YOU MAY CONNECT THEM!!!!!!
And acording to Bose Technical Support.........Dont leve your CD's in the unit, If your not going to play it for a long time......THATS IT!!!
Do that and I dont think you will not have any problems.........2 YEARS LATER.Everything is still working perfectly,and I"m sure they will continue to for years to come, I just dont understand people that wont follow Instructions properly........Well as I had said in my previous review, follow these Instructions to the letter, and you will enjoy your Bose System, as much as I do mine.............
12 of 15 found the following review helpful:
$250 for a 3 disc CD changer? Nov 02, 2009
By A. Burns
Hey, this was a deal in 1990... but it's 2009! Or, I guess you could get their $100 MP3 player dock...Ha! Give me a break Bose. Look, here is a 25 disc changer for $100 on Amazon.
Pioneer PD-F407 25-Disc CD-File Changer
The Bose sounds no better even if their ads claim it does. Save your money people.
4 of 5 found the following review helpful:
Love It! Aug 23, 2010
The size is great. The sound is amazing. It is so simple to use. I am so happy that I purchased it.
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