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Featuring an all-new design for the first time in the Wave Radio's history with a new Titanium color option (the black and white models were no longer available), new speaker grilles, a more streamlined design, a gloss front face with "integrated" display screen, and a blue display in place of the old green display.

Also included was a new remote control, which was now thicker and smaller than before, yet replaced the tactile "bubble switches" with a more durable rubberized keypad.

It is criticised however, because the first series featured dual alarms, while the Wave Music System only has one.

(note that audio quality is not a judging criteria for this award).

Some names have been abbreviated and at times full names have been shortened to save space ("AWMS = Acoustic Wave music system"; "WMS" = Wave music system"; "WR" = Wave Radio & "SL" = Sound Link) Sources: Bose owners guides In 1984 the original Bose Wave system, called the Acoustic Wave Music System (AW-1), was Bose's first-ever tabletop radio.

After a long run of nearly 32 years, the Acoustic Wave Music System, as well as its smaller sibling, the Wave Radio IV, were both discontinued in mid-2017, leaving on the Wave Music System IV and Wave Music System IV Soundtouch as the only models left in the Wave lineup.

Bose Corporation's Wave Music Systems are table top audio systems which were first released in 1984.

Various Wave systems comprise CD players, DAB tuners and inputs for computer sources, and in addition most models contain an AM/FM tuner.

The Acoustic Wave Music System II was judged to be expensive and lacking in performance and features compared to its competitors.

In the mid-to-late 1980's, the Bose DEMC-1, (later the DEMC-2), or "Dynamically-Equalized Music Center", which was a "Built-In" hi-fidelity music system that employed ceiling and wall-mounted speakers (from the Acoustimass series, as well as residential versions of the 102F in-ceiling loudspeaker and 101 surface-mount environmental (indoor/outdoor) speaker) that, with wall-mounted volume controls, could be mounted in different rooms of the house, and a master control center and amplifier module that was mounted in the wall of a centralized location, such as a kitchen or living/family room.