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Bose Wave Bluetooth Music Adapter

4.2 out of 5 stars 188 customer reviews
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  • Wireless link lets you enjoy music from your Bluetooth device in another room
  • Easy wireless setup: simply connect adapter to the system's Bose link outlet
  • Compatible with Wave music system III and Wave radio III
  • Also compatible with Acoustic Wave music system II bought from 2010 to present
  • Also compatible with Wave music system bought from 2010 to present and Wave radio II bought from 2010 to present
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Bose
  • Model Number: 722201-0010

Product Description

Play any Bluetooth device - smartphone, computer, tablet - through your Wave system, wirelessly. Just connect the adapter to your system, pair with your Bluetooth device and enjoy your music with rich Bose sound. Stores up to 6 Bluetooth devices in memory for instant recognition. No software, no network configuration necessary. Compatible with Wave music system III and Wave radio III. Also works with Acoustic Wave music system II, Wave radio II and Wave music system purchased since 2010.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 3 x 0.9 x 3.6 inches
Item Weight 5.3 ounces
Shipping Weight 12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Bose Corporation
ASIN B007ZG03DG
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Item model number 722201-0010
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4.2 out of 5 stars 188 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #286 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Audio & Video Accessories > Connectors & Adapters
Date first available at Amazon.com November 2, 2013

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By M. Knapp on May 29, 2012
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Set up was easy to do. I had my iPhone, my computers (both desktop and laptop) and tablet up and running in no time. Just plug the Adapter into your Wave II or III system (note: read the instructions carefully that comes with the unit, the Wave II and III systems set up slightly differently). The Adapter doesn't have a power chord, it gets its power from the unit. That in itself is great and no need for yet another device plugged into your outlets!

For those who are new to bluetooth as I was, the devices have to be "discoverable", so follow your device's bluetooth setup instructions carefully. All of my bluetooth enabled devices discovered the Bose Adapter easily. The Adapter memorizes 6 device settings...more than enough for what I needed. My laptop and desktop were not bluetooth enabled so I purchased the Medialink USB Bluetooth Adapter - Version 4.0 (Newest Bluetooth Version Available) Class 2 Smart Ready Adapter w/ Low Energy Technology - Windows 7 32/64 Compatible from Amazon and installed it on both computers. Both computers are Win 7 and I had no problem installing and getting it to work on either one of my HP computers (note:I did go the Medialink website and installed the updated Windows 7/vista drivers just in case. I probably didn't have to, but a few folks who purchased the bluetooth adapter mentioned that they had a few problems with installation on their computers with Win 7 on their reviews). As far as my tablet, my Toshiba Thrive recognized it immediately and had that operating in less than a minute.

I have the Bose Wave III system. When I heard Pandora,Spotify and other music sites from my computers and my iTunes from my iPhone over the those Bose speakers, I was blown away! The sound is as incredible as the CD's that I play on the Wave III system itself.
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The only reason I can review this product is because I have used it at a friend's house. Mine, however, could NOT be used on my system, as I have the CD changer hooked up to it. No one tells you that its one or the other....bluetooth OR CD changer, but certainly not both. So it defeated the whole purpose of the purchase and I had to send it back. Too bad Bose Waves aren't really made for any kind of build-out. On the other hand...Bose has one of the most OUTSTANDING customer service departments with which I have ever dealt!! All is well.
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I purchased this for Bose Wave Music System IV so that I could wirelessly stream music, movie sound, etc. from smartphone, tablet, laptop, or other Bluetooth device.

Setup was easy. All I had to do was plug it into the Bose Link port.

Since this external adapter can only pair one Bluetooth device at a time, I had to turn the Bose on, then press AUX to cycle it to Bluetooth. Once there, I pressed the 5 button to make it discoverable. Since it remembers the last device I paired, I did not have to make it discoverable again. However, if I wanted to pair a new device, I had to press the 6 key until the unit beeped (about 10 seconds) and then it would clear the Bluetooth memory and become discoverable again.

One negative I did see with the external adapter is that the volume is about half that with Bluetooth enabled. What I mean by this is that a volume of 30 on the radio sounds like 15 when paired with Bluetooth. I found that I had to double the volume when using this adapter.

In summary, it works even if it is a bit cumbersome to get use to and the volume requires an increase.
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1. This new/recent "Bluetooth" adapter is awesome in streaming music from any Bluetooth "enabled" device such as a smartphone, tablet, etc.

Just plug it in to the back of the Wave (to the Boselink jack)... hit Aux on the remote, and it connects to the source (enabled device).

2. It works on the Wave III system(s) and Wave II systems shipped on or after the summer of 2009 (give or take).

3. IF your system is older, when you contact Bose, you'll need to have them send you an AC Adapter that plugs into the wall and into the Bluetooth adapter.

Why? History. On older Wave models, the Boselink jack on the back is NOT self-powered. So you need an AC Adapter.

Generally speaking, Bose will send it for free. OR, you can buy from outside sources for around $20-30.

>What's the difference between this "Bluetooth" adapter and the previously sold "Soundlink Adapter" that came with a USB toggle that plugged into your computer? (It's no longer available, fyi) Not a thing! Read this update:

UPDATE! Dec 2013 UPDATE:

They don't tell you this BUT THE PREVIOUSLY SOLD Soundlink adapter (IF YOU ALREADY OWN) is also Bluetooth enabled! Just figured it out by accident. Wished I would have known before I bought! Oh well, now I have two.

So, they both are Bluetooth enabled and let you connect wirelessly (meaning "pair it") to a Bluetooth-enabled device meaning phone, tablet, etc.

Still--and finally--this Soundlink "Bluetooth" adapter (as well as the previous "Soundlink" adapter) both work great! And, Bluetooth wireless technology is HIGHLY unlikely to go out of wireless fashion anytime in the next 5-10 years or more.

Whew!
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