I really love it. It is compact and has great sound. I use it all the time, no complaints at all.
To be honest I'm not sure....I don't have a external mp3 player... I will say for what it is the reception and sound is pretty good....I use mine for my home office..
I am not sure if it will be the bass that will rock your back yard, but my Jensen is in the loft of my house and I turn it up to 25 (not all the way up) and can clearly hear it through the lower level... as I have said, this is a great unit for the price... this is small and compact, simple and I believe a great value but it is not a perfect whole home stereo... the Bluetooth connection is what I consider the frosting on this "cupcake".
I think it's pretty comparable. For me sound is what's important, not brand. This small unit is very good, and having the ability to stream from my personal cloud storage drive is great. Literally hours and hours of music with no commercials, and no getting up to change CD's. The sound is wonderful, and even when the volume is up there's no tinny noise, no echo. So perhaps the Bose is better, but I honestly couldn't tell the difference. However, my wallet could tell the difference, and the savings was enough for a couple pairs of new shoes. So everything is a plus.
Amazingly good, perfect for an apt. or small home.
Not that I'm aware of, however this little home center is great. I love it
Plug ins. They remind me of connections on batteries that are in home wireless phones.
It is a good as any home radio. I guess I wouldn't know if it didn't pick up a station I couldn't hear. This is a marvelous little thing. It will do anything a radio (alarms, etc.) will do plus play CDs with very decent sound.
It's nice and compact. The unit itself (I got my ruler out) is 7 inches wide by 7 inches deep by about 4 inches tall. The speakers are 7 inches tall by 7.5 inches deep by 4.5 inches wide. The wires to the speakers are kind of short, so just be aware of that. You're not going to be putting speakers any further than, say, 3 feet away from the unit. For the price, I am very pleased with this little unit. I just wanted something to play my CDs in my home office at not much volume while the rest of the house was sleeping.
Hi there, The Wave Music System does not have the necessary connections to be integrated with a home theater system. Thank you for the question!
Thanks for your question! As Royal Home Entertainment answered, you can use a turntable with a built-in pre amplifier. If your turntable does not have one built-in, you would need to supply an external turntable pre-amplifier.
PERFECT for playing CDs in our visitor center. Quality sound. I have the 1 2 3 Bose system in my living room. If that should stop working,I would replace it with the Bose Wave Music System IV. My daughter asked how I liked the Bose Wave System IV, I told her to buy it.…
Hi Janice, The Wave Music System IV does not have XM built in. With the Wave SoundTouch IV system though you can use XM through the SoundTouch application. This system does have an auxiliary connection though if you wanted to attach an XM home unit to it. Thanks for the question!
Thank you for your inquiry. The Wave Music System IV does not, but the Wave SoundTouch Music System IV does! The SoundTouch version can connect to your home network and stream multiple music/radio services, including SiriusXM. We hope this helps!
I also have no home internet, but can play radio and Cd's with no problem....
Hello Anne, thank you for your question! If everyone in your home has access to the login credentials, you'll be able to use the same SoundTouch account to control the Wave SoundTouch music system IV. Our dedicated SoundTouch Support team is available for further assistance with this. We can be reached at 1-800-608-2673 and are available 9am-8pm M-F, EST. Have a great day!
Great Question. Technically you may connect the headphone jack on the Wave SoundTouch IV to the interface module on the CineMate GS II however the internal speakers will be muted.
Hello Jody. Great question. The Bose Wave SoundTouch IV system will operate via WiFi, so you do not need to connect a wire for the internet connection. If you stream Pandora from the computer, you would need to have the computer turned on. However, if you stream it from a device such as your smartphone, you could stream from the phone over WiFi without the computer on. Thanks!
This information may be helpful; but not sure. This compact, versatile home audio speaker features built-in CD player, and Bluetooth for wireless music streaming from smartphones or tablets. It also delivers perfect audio from USB memory, radio broadcasts and wired devices like cassete player and MP3 player via Aux-in jack.