Know about the Bose Wave Radio series
Bose is one of the most luxurious brands of electronics in the world that has, at one point or another, tempted even the least of the music and media fanatics. Bose Corporation’s Wave Music Systems first ever release was a tabletop audio system in the year 1984. After that, Bose got busy with inaugurating and introducing CD plays, radios with clear stereo sound, DAB tuners for computer input sources, as well as many models of AM/FM tuners. They made the difference by replicating sounds from larger systems in a compact pattern as the audio systems and headphones always serve unmatchable quality of sound.
- The first ever Wave Radio I was released in 1993 and was smaller than Acoustic Wave and two 2½ drivers which were used to operate it. The left side speaker is equipped all frequencies bass which is intensified through 66 cm tapered waveguide turned over inside the unit which was exited on the right-hand side speaker. This Wave Radio-I is for those who want a handy piece of a less expensive version of Acoustic Wave Music System.
- In the year 2005, Bose unveiled the Wave Radio II which is a wave music system without the MP3/CD player. It has a larger display screen, with a tapered waveguide and revised drivers. The Wave Radio II is quite like the Wave Music System.
- Wave Radio III is identical when it comes to looks to the Wave Radio II but there are some additional features like Radio Data System suitable for the U.S and Canada. It also features some amazing features like sensor touch on the top front of the unit to set the sound alarm/snooze, on and off.
- The Bose Wave Radio IV was introduced in 2015 and it was the last model in the Wave Radio series. It has an all-new design when compared with the Wave Radio series. The Titanium color itself brought a huge change, while the rest of the changes include speaker grills, streamlined design module, glossy face front with an integrated display screen and a brand-new blue display which replaced the old green one. Wave Radio IV has a remote control and the switches are bubble patterned which also comes with a durable rubberized keypad. Wave Music System IV is the only series that comes with SoundTouch wave system. Unlike other series, Wave Radio IV comes out with a remote control and a single alarm option too.