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Wave® DAB module Owner’s Guide


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SAFETY INFORMATION Please read this owner’s guide Please take the time to follow the instructions in this owner’s guide carefully. It will help you set up and operate your system properly and enjoy all of its advanced features. Please save this owner’s guide for future reference.

WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electrical shock, do not expose the product to rain or moisture. WARNING: The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing, and objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall not be placed on the apparatus. As with any electronic products, use care not to spill liquids into any part of the system. Liquids can cause a failure and/or a fire hazard.

The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangle alerts the user to the presence of uninsulated, dangerous voltage within the system enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electrical shock. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle, as marked on the system, is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance instructions in this owner’s guide.

CAUTION: Make no modification to the system or accessories. Unauthorized alterations may compromise safety, regulatory compliance, and system performance.

WARNING: No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on or near the apparatus.

Note: Do not incinerate. Do not block any ventilation openings and allow 75 MM. clearance above the unit. Do not install near any heat sources, such as radiators, heat registers, stoves or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched, particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus. Where the mains plug or appliance coupler is used as the disconnect device, such disconnect device shall remain readily operable. Clean only with dry cloth as directed by Bose Corporation. Unplug this product from the outlet before cleaning. The product must be used indoors. It is neither designed nor tested for use outdoors, in recreation vehicles, or on boats. This product conforms to the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC and to the Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EEC. The complete Declaration of Conformity can be found at www.Bose.com/static/compliance/index.html. ii


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WELCOME ............................................................................. 2 SETTING UP YOUR WAVE® DAB MODULE ................................ 3 Connecting the Wave® DAB module ....................................................3 Connecting to the Wave® music system or Wave® Radio II .......................... 4 Connecting to the Acoustic Wave® music system II ..................................... 5

Selecting a location ..............................................................................8 Connecting AC Power ..........................................................................8 Initialization sequence ..........................................................................9

OPERATING YOUR WAVE® DAB MODULE .............................. 10 Remote Control DAB Functions .........................................................10 Activating the Wave® DAB module ............................................................. 13 About primary DAB stations and secondary services ................................ 13 Tuning the Wave® DAB module .................................................................. 13 Browsing available stations ........................................................................ 14 Storing a DAB station to memory (Presets) ................................................ 14 Re-scanning DAB stations .......................................................................... 14 Changing the way station information is displayed .................................... 15

Connecting the external antenna .......................................................16

TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................................. 19


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WELCOME The Wave® DAB module adds Digital Audio Broadcast (DAB) reception to your Wave® music system, Acoustic Wave® music system II, or Wave® Radio II. DAB is a digital radio transmission system. The digital nature of DAB can support a cleaner reproduction of broadcast audio, eliminating the hiss and crackle sometimes heard on analog radios. DAB technology allows broadcasters to transmit far more radio stations within the same amount of radio spectrum compared to FM. So you should find more DAB stations using the Wave DAB module than you previously received with either FM or AM broadcasts. In addition to music and speech, DAB transmissions also contain data information about the program you're listening to. This could be a plot summary to a play, the name of the track currently being played, E-mail addresses, up to the minute sports results, or competition details. The Wave® DAB module brings all of this capability to your Wave® music system, Acoustic Wave® music system II, or Wave® Radio II while delivering superior Bose® sound.

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SETTING UP YOUR WAVE® DAB MODULE Connecting the Wave® DAB module Before you can enjoy your Wave® DAB module, you must connect it to a Wave® music system, Acoustic Wave® music system II, or Wave® Radio II and to AC power. Then, after the module initializes, you can use the remote control supplied with the Wave® music system, Acoustic Wave® music system II, or Wave® Radio II to operate the Wave® DAB module. Note: If your Wave® music system, Acoustic Wave® music system II, or Wave® Radio II is already plugged into AC power, unplug the power cord from the wall socket and from the back of the Wave® music system, Acoustic Wave® music system II, or Wave® Radio II. You will later use this cord to connect the Wave® DAB module to AC power.

Figure 1 shows the connectors on the rear of the Wave® DAB module.

Figure 1 Rear connection panel. DAB antenna connector

AC power from wall

Bose® link connector (Not enabled)

Bose® link cable to Wave® system AC power cord to Wave® system

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SETTING UP YOUR WAVE® DAB MODULE

Connecting to the Wave® music system or Wave® Radio II Figure 2 shows the completed connections between the Wave® DAB module and the Wave® music system or Wave® Radio II. 1.

Plug the AC power cord (to Wave® system) into the AC POWER connector on the rear of the Wave® music system or Wave® Radio II.

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Plug the Bose® link cable (to Wave® system) into the Bose® link connector on the rear of the Wave® music system or Wave® Radio II.

Figure 2 Wave® DAB module to Wave® music system/Wave® Radio II connections.

AC power cord to Wave® system

Bose® Link cable to Wave® system

Note: You cannot use the empty Bose® link connector on the back of the Wave® DAB module. IMPORTANT: Do NOT connect to power from the wall yet.

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Connecting to the Acoustic Wave® music system II Figure 3 shows the completed connections between the Wave® DAB module and the Acoustic Wave® music system II. 1.

Plug the AC power cord (to Wave® system) into the AC connector on the rear of the Acoustic Wave® music system II.

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Plug the Bose® link cable (to Wave® system) into the Bose® link connector on the rear of the Acoustic Wave® music system II.

Figure 3 Wave® DAB module to Acoustic Wave® music system II connections.

AC power cord to Wave® system Bose® Link cable to Wave® system

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Note: You cannot use the empty Bose® link connector on the back of the Wave® DAB module. IMPORTANT: Do NOT connect to power from the wall yet.

Figure 4 shows the completed connections between the Wave® DAB module and the Acoustic Wave® music system II with the Acoustic Wave® II CD changer. 1.

Plug the AC power cord (to Wave® system) into the AC power connector on the rear of the Acoustic Wave® II CD changer.

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Plug the CD changer power cord (to Acoustic Wave® S) into the AC connector on the back of the Acoustic Wave® music system II.

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Plug the Bose® link cable (to Wave® system) into the Bose® link connector on the rear of the Acoustic Wave® music system II.

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Figure 4 Wave® DAB module to Acoustic Wave® music system II/CD Changer connections.

AC power cord to Wave® system Bose® Link cable to Wave® system

Note: You cannot use the empty Bose® link connector on the back of the Wave® DAB module. IMPORTANT: Do NOT connect to power from the wall yet.

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Selecting a location The ideal placement of the Wave® DAB module is to the right of the Wave® music system, Acoustic Wave® music system II, or Wave® Radio II (when viewed from the front). However, the module can also be placed to the left or rear of the Wave® music system, Acoustic Wave® music system II, or Wave® Radio II. Placing the Wave® DAB module on top of the Wave® music system, Acoustic Wave® music system II, or Wave® Radio II can degrade FM signal reception.

Connecting AC Power No AC power cord is supplied with the Wave® DAB module. You must use the AC power cord that came with your Wave® music system, Acoustic Wave® music system II, or Wave® Radio II to connect the Wave® DAB module to AC power. The power connection is illustrated in Figure 5. 1.

If your Wave® music system, Acoustic Wave® music system II, or Wave® Radio II is connected to AC power, disconnect the AC power cord from the wall and the rear of the Wave® music system, Acoustic Wave® music system II, or Wave® Radio II.

Figure 5 AC power connections.

AC power from wall

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Insert the small end of the AC power cord into the AC Power From Wall connector on the rear of the Wave® DAB module.

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For the best FM and DAB reception, unwind and straighten the power cord. Your Wave® music system, Acoustic Wave® music system II, or Wave® Radio II uses the power cord as both an FM and DAB antenna.

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Plug the large end of the AC power cord into an electrical wall outlet.

The initialization sequence will begin.

Initialization sequence The very first time you plug the Wave® DAB module in, it scans for available DAB stations. The message, PLEASE WAIT, appears on your Wave® music system, Acoustic Wave® music system II, or Wave® Radio II display for about a minute. After the scan is complete, the six strongest DAB stations are assigned and stored to DAB memory presets 1 to 6. Then the station in preset 1 begins to play. If less than six DAB stations are detected, the extra presets remain empty. You can reassign presets at any time. See page 14 for more information.

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OPERATING YOUR WAVE® DAB MODULE Remote Control DAB Functions The remote control pictured in Figure 6 ships with your Wave® music system. All buttons are described in your Wave® music system owner’s guide. Figure 6 describes the remote control buttons used for operating your Wave® DAB module. Figure 6 Wave® music system remote control.

Mute – on press and hold, initiates a station re-scan similar to the initialization sequence (page 14). FM•AM – activates the FM, AM or DAB source. When BOSELINK appears on the front panel display, DAB is activated (page 13). Presets – select or store DAB stations (page 14). Seek/Track – tunes available DAB stations (page 13). Tune/MP3 – tunes to the previously selected station (page 14). Play Mode – changes the actual station information displayed. When pressed and held, displays signal quality information (page 15). Note: The Wave® DAB module cannot be set as an alarm source.

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The remote control pictured in Figure 7 ships with your Wave® Radio II. All buttons are described in your Wave® Radio II owner’s guide. Additional functionality to control Wave® DAB module operation is identified and described below. Figure 7 Wave® Radio II remote control.

Mute – on press and hold, initiates a station re-scan similar to the initialization sequence (page 14). FM – activates the FM or DAB source. When BOSELINK appears on the front panel display, DAB is activated (page 13). Presets – select or store DAB stations (page 14). Seek – tunes available DAB stations (page 13). Tune – tunes to the previously selected station (page 14). Talk Radio – changes the actual station information displayed. When pressed and held, displays signal quality information (page 15). Note: The Wave® DAB module cannot be set as an alarm source.

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The remote control pictured in Figure 8 ships with your Acoustic Wave® music system II. Buttons are described in your Acoustic Wave® music system II owner’s guide. Additional functionality to control Wave® DAB module operation is identified and described below. Figure 8 Acoustic Wave® music system II remote control.

Mute – on press and hold, initiates a station re-scan similar to the initialization sequence (page 14). FM – activates the FM or DAB source. When DAB appears on the top panel display, DAB is activated (page 13). Presets – select or store DAB stations (page 14). Seek/Track – tunes available DAB stations (page 13). Play Mode – changes the actual station information displayed. When pressed and held, displays signal quality information (page 15). Tune/MP3 – tunes to the previously selected station (page 14).

Note: The Wave® DAB module cannot be set as an alarm source.

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Activating the Wave® DAB module FM AM

Press FM•AM (FM on the Wave® Radio II and Acoustic Wave® music system II) to turn on the radio. Continue to press FM•AM (or FM) until “BOSELINK” appears on the Wave® music system or Wave® Radio II display. (DAB appears on the Acoustic Wave® music system II display.)

About primary DAB stations and secondary services Primary DAB stations and secondary services are tuned in the same manner. The difference between them is in how they are broadcast. Primary DAB stations are similar to FM broadcasts in that they generally broadcast the same number of hours as FM. If a primary DAB station goes off-air while you are listening, or if signal strength drops to zero, “UNAVAILABLE” appears on the display. Secondary services are DAB broadcasts that are associated with a primary DAB station. A secondary service may only broadcast periodically and may broadcast different program material than the primary DAB station. If a secondary service goes off-air while you are listening, or if the signal strength drops to zero, “OFF AIR” appears on the display for 2 seconds. Then the Wave® DAB module tunes to the associated primary DAB station. When the Wave® DAB module is tuned to a primary DAB station or secondary service with a low signal, the display alternates between “LOW SIGNAL” and the station name.

Tuning the Wave® DAB module The Wave® DAB module tunes stations alphabetically by primary station name. Primary station names (only) appear in alphabetical order. Secondary station names appear after the primary station name. Press Seek/Track (Seek on the Wave® Radio II) to tune forward to the next station. Press Seek/Track or Seek previous station.

to tune backward to the

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Browsing available stations The Wave® DAB module features “browse ahead” capability – you can scan through the names of available stations while continuing to listen to the current station. 1. Press, or press and hold Seek/Track or Seek to browse forward or back through the names of DAB stations. The current DAB station continues to play until you release the Seek/Track or Seek button for longer than one second. 2. To return to the previously tuned station, press either one of the Tune/MP3 buttons (Tune on the Wave® Radio II).

Storing a DAB station to memory (Presets) You can reassign any DAB station to the preset you choose by using the Presets buttons. Storing a preset replaces any station previously stored to that preset number. 1. Tune to the DAB station you want to save as a preset. 2. Press and hold one of the presets buttons until the sound momentarily mutes (the Acoustic Wave® music system II beeps). The preset number and newly assigned station name appear on the display. 3. To quickly tune a stored DAB station, press the Presets button for that station.

Re-scanning DAB stations You can re-scan for available DAB stations any time the Wave® DAB module is selected. This capability is useful if you change the location of the Wave® DAB module or decide to connect the external antenna. To re-scan for available stations: 1. Press and hold Mute until “AUTOSCAN” appears on the display, followed by “PRESS 2 TO CONFIRM.” 2. Press the 2 Presets button. The messages, “PLEASE WAIT” and “SCANNING” alternately appear on the display until scanning is finished. When scanning is finished, the first primary DAB station is played. 14


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Changing the way station information is displayed There are three ways to display information about the currently playing DAB station: • Station name • Current program content • Program type Station name

Wave® display

Acoustic Wave® display

Current program content (scrolling text)

Wave® display

Acoustic Wave® display

Program type

Wave® display

Acoustic Wave® display

To change the actual DAB station information displayed, press Play Mode (Talk Radio on the Wave® Radio II). Press again until the type of information you want is displayed.

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Displaying signal quality information The signal quality display indicates the numeric percentage of signal strength, and the class of that percentage for the current station. The signal strength ranges are: • • • • •

(0 - 19%) Low (20 - 39%) Poor (40 - 79%) Moderate (80 - 89%) Good (90 - 100%) Very Good

Note: If the station is “UNAVAILABLE” or “OFF AIR,” no signal quality information is available.

Wave® display

Acoustic Wave® display

To view the signal quality of the currently playing station, press and hold Play Mode (Talk Radio on the Wave® Radio II).

Connecting the external antenna If you cannot receive one or more DAB stations in your area, ensure that the power cord is fully extended (the power cord serves as the principal antenna). If straightening the power cord does not improve reception, follow the steps below. 1.

Plug the external antenna into the DAB 75Ω Antenna connector on the rear of the Wave® DAB module as shown in Figure 9.

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Extend the antenna in a vertical orientation as shown by the vertical arrows.

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Re-scan for the missing station(s) by pressing and holding the Mute button.

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Tune and check for the previously missing station(s).

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Figure 9 Recommended Wave® DAB module antenna setup with WMS.

DAB 75Ω Antenna in

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Figure 10 Recommended Wave® DAB module antenna setup with AWMS.

DAB 75Ω Antenna in

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TROUBLESHOOTING This section describes problems you might have with your Wave® DAB module, and offers some possible solutions.

I can’t get any sound • If an update disc came with the Wave® DAB module, make sure that you have used it to update your Wave® music system. Carefully follow the instructions that came with the update disc. • Make sure your Wave® DAB module is properly connected to your Wave® product and plugged in to power. • Check that the volume is not set too low. • Check the display to see if an asterisk (*) is displayed before the station name. The asterisk indicates that the selected station is currently unavailable or off-air.

Display reads “UNAVAILABLE” This can occur when you are tuned to a primary DAB station and the broadcaster takes that station off-air, or the signal strength drops to zero. You can wait until the station resumes broadcasting, or tune to a new station.

Display reads “OFF AIR” This can occur when you are tuned to a secondary service and the broadcaster takes that service off-air, or the signal strength drops to zero. The Wave® system display reads “OFF AIR” for 2 seconds, then the Wave® DAB module tunes to the primary DAB station. If the Wave® DAB module does not tune to the primary DAB station, then that primary DAB station has gone off-air or the signal strength has dropped to zero.

Display alternates between “LOW SIGNAL” and the station name This occurs when you are tuned to a primary DAB station or secondary service with a low signal. • To increase signal strength, ensure that the power cord is fully extended (the power cord serves as the principal antenna). • If straightening the power cord does not improve reception, connect and orient the external antenna as shown in Figure 9 or Figure 10 for best reception.

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I can’t receive one or more of the stations that broadcast in my area 1.

Ensure that the power cord is fully extended.

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Connect and extend the external antenna (see Figure 9 or Figure 10).

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Re-scan for the missing station(s) by pressing and holding the Mute button.

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Tune and check for the previously missing station(s).

I can’t access secondary services If secondary services are available for the currently selected primary DAB station the secondary service information displays after the primary DAB station information. See “About primary DAB stations and secondary services” on page 13.

I can’t set the Wave® DAB module as the alarm source The Wave® DAB module (BOSELINK) cannot be set as an alarm source.

Customer service For additional help in solving problems, contact Bose Customer Service: Bose Customer Service – United Kingdom Freepost EX 151 Exeter EX1 1ZY TEL 0800 072 3500 FAX 0870 240 2013

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