Jakewash is correct: the Bose Wave radio has a longish maze-like port tube, so it does produce bass output.
All the other comments are indeed accurate.
Better sounding--more neutral--and less expensive, I think, are the "PAL" radio and several other models from Tivoli Audio. The late Henry Kloss (pronounced "close"), was the brilliant engineer and innovator behind the original Kloss table radios and early (1960s) KLH products. The Tivoli Audio radios continue Henry's design approach, which uses small drivers and a very good sounding equalization circuit to get respectable bass from a very small enclosure. My Tivoli Audio bedside clock radio is also ported.
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