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Bose Wave SoundLink, the too-expensive, yet pretty OK looking wireless music system by the "too expensive, yet pretty OK looking" consumer electronics people over at Bose, has gone from rumor to reality as of today. Expect to pay $599.90 for the whole McGillicuddy or -- if you've already bought into the Bose Wave thing -- pick up that SoundLink upgrade kit featuring a USB Bluetooth dongle for a mere $149.95. A steal at a fraction of the price! PR after the break.



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NEW BOSE WAVE MUSIC SYSTEM - SOUNDLINK

Today, Bose has introduced the Wave® music system – SoundLink™. Now, the acclaimed Wave® music system can play music from a computer –- wirelessly and easily –- in any room of the home.

The new Wave® music system - SoundLink™ was designed to be a complete and versatile system, providing flexibility for users who want to listen to music available on their computer, but don't want to be at their computer to enjoy it. It features the full capabilities of the Wave® music system: a slot-load CD player, digital AM/FM tuner and auxiliary input for playing other audio sources, and maintains its renowned audio performance in a small and elegant design.

Setup is easy -- no software or Wi-Fi connection is required. The included SoundLink™ adapter connects to the Bose® link port located on the back of the Wave® music system console. Simply plug the SoundLink™ USB key into the computer, select music -- from iTunes, Pandora, or any other Internet radio or music source -– and the audio will stream to the Wave® music system – SoundLink™ via a long-range wireless link that works through most walls and floors.

Proprietary Bose waveguide speaker technology helps the system deliver low-note performance without increasing its size, while proprietary digital signal processing provides instrument clarity and definition at all listening levels.

The system is simple to operate and enjoy. It features a clock, alarm function and an infrared remote control that operates the system's main features and functions. The remote sends basic playback control commands to iTunes or Windows Media Player, allowing users to skip tracks or play/pause even when the computer is in a different room.

An optional Wave® SoundLink™ upgrade kit or Wave® SoundLink™ adapter is available for existing Wave® music system owners who want to wirelessly stream music from their computer. System compatibility requirements can be found at www.Bose.com.

The Wave® music system - SoundLink™ is the latest wireless music system from Bose –- joining the portable SoundLink™ wireless music system. It comes in Titanium Silver color and will be available from Bose beginning October 22, 2009 for $599.90. For existing Wave® system owners, an optional Wave® SoundLink™ upgrade kit will be available for $149.95. They will be sold at Bose retail stores, www.Bose.com or toll free at 1-800-444-BOSE (2673).

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