Bose have today announced updated versions of two of their most popular home audio products, the Bose Wave Radio and Bose Wave Music System.
Each now includes an integrated DAB, DAB+, and T-DMB broadcast signals and also an improved FM/AM tuner which should help listeners get a clearer sound in areas where radio signals are hampered by interference.
The two Bose units also now offer a touch pad on their top sides for power and alarm/snooze control, while two different alarms set to two different sources can now be configured.
The Wave Music System also houses a front-loading CD player, while each also has an auxiliary input for other audio sources such as MP3 players. Both units offer a Bose Link input for hooking up sold-separately accessories like the Wave Bluetooth adaptor for wireless music streaming, Wave Connect Kit for easy iPod/iPhone docking and a Wave Multi-CD Changer.
“The Bose Wave Radio and Wave Music System changed the way people listen to music,” said Santiago Carvajal, business director for Bose Wave products.
“They’ve delighted and excited owners for years, and have become two of the most enduring consumer electronics products in history. We’ve updated them with new features and accessories, making each even better for enjoying the radio and digital music.”
The Bose Wave Radio III and Wave Music System III will be available only from Bose as of the 2nd May, 2012, at £449.95 and £599.95, respectively. Each comes in either Platinum White or Graphite Gray colours, while the Wave Music System will also be available in Titanium Silver.