The Bose 301 speakers are designed to work with a variety of amplifiers, including both stereo and home theater receivers. If you’re using the speakers for music listening, a stereo receiver with at least 50 watts per channel into 8 ohms is recommended.
For home theater use, a receiver with at least 75 watts per channel into 8 ohms is recommended.
Love your new Bose Soundbar 700 but want to kick the performance up a notch? Add the Bose Bass Module 700 its the difference between hearing bass and feeling thunder. Its the best wireless bass module weve ever designed for any of our home theater systems.
In fact, its the best performance you can get for a subwoofer this size. It connects wirelessly to your soundbar and adds even more depth and impact to everything from explosive movie effects to house-rocking playlists.
With its premium glass-top finish, the Bose Bass Module 700 offers a sophisticated look you wont find in typical subwoofers or home theater equipment. Of course, this isnt typical equipment. This subwoofer delivers a dynamic range of bass from a powerful driver and generously sized port with QuietPort technology that virtually eliminates distortion.
So go ahead, turn it up your jam and feel that rhythm move through the house.
I bought the Bose Bass Module 700 Wireless Subwoofer to compliment my Bose 900 soundbar which I’ve had for a few weeks now. I was impressed with the soundbar as a standalone item as it made dialogue clearer and massively enhanced the sound I was getting from the TV speakers.
(Samsung QE50QN95) and through my old Samsung soundbar. Today I added this bass module and it has taken the sound quality and effects through the roof. It really is amazing! Deep rich bass that fills the room.
To test the set-up properly, I played two films “Top Gun” and “The Greatest Showman” and played the Dire Straits “Money for nothing” album through it. At not even half volume I felt like I was in the middle of the battlezones, the jets flashing by overhead and all around it really was the best immersive sound I’ve heard in a long while.
The explosions, gun sounds, music were all fantastic. Then in the greatest showman, dialogue was crystal clear, the music had depth and again felt like I was standing in the middle of the circus ring! Likewise the CD had a sound and richness that I had not experienced before.
The unit itself is heavy, beautifully built and is a very smart piece of furniture in its own right. It matches the colour and style of the 900 soundbar and was simple to install using the Bose music app on my phone.
It certainly doesn’t look out of place in the open, although I suspect it will be positioned somewhere less visual in time. I have no regrets in purcahsing this item and if anything, wish I’d bought it sooner.
Okay, so I have my Bose home theater setup in a Bonus room upstairs. I use Sonos for main home theater setup in the Family room downstairs. So originally, I went with Bose for their reputation and also just to switch things up.
Overall, I still feel that Sonos makes the better system and here’s my number #1 complaint about this module. There are times when this base module makes this very annoying popping sound and it seems to be a common issue.
This can be pretty frustrating when you are trying to watch tv or a moving and this popping noise keeps occurring randomly. Originally, I had the base module place on the opposite side of the room from where my Bose sound bar was place.
Online articles suggested to try placing the Bose Bass module on the same wall or closer to the sound bar. I literally have this Base module a 1. 5 feet away from the sound bar and it still makes that popping noise.
Only other way people have claimed to get rid of the popping noise is by plugging an bose audio cable ($10) from the base module to the sound bar, which defeats the purpose of this being a wireless system.
For a premium product, I have to say I’m disappointed by this system and until that issue is fix.
Bought this togethet with the Bose Soundbar 900. At first impression, this was the beat soubding combo ever! But within 20 min, a popping/crackling sound startef to happen. I thought it was a faulty subwoofer, but to much surprise, the internet is plagued with this same issue.
Bose says its interferance with other wireless devices, and to remdedy this I should hard wire it. I did use a wire to see if this was the case and yes it so was. Sounded perfect and amazing. However, why in earth would something so expensive not work properly??? I didn’t want it hard wired.
I wanted the speaker in the corner of my family room and running a long hardwire to it is just not a good look. I returned everything and wound up purchasing the JBL 9. 1 which is way cheaper of a set.
Guess what? The cheaper subwoofer connects perfectly with my desired setup wirelessly. The sound is not as great as the Bose when it worked, but a combo that ran aboit $1,700 shoukd not have these issues….
Sooooo disappointed. Didn’t go with Sonos ARC cause that Bar is too long for where my soundbar goes!.
Amp up the sound experience in your home theater by adding this wireless bass module to the Bose Soundbar 500 speaker. The subwoofer brings thunderous bass to your music, movies, or TV in a compact size with simple setup.
This is a great little sub for the price. I have an office space that I use as a secondary entertainment location in the house, mostly for news, background music, and short-term TV viewing, so I wasn’t looking for earth shaking or a bank-breaking acoustic system (for this particular space).
That said, I was seeking a sub that has a reputation for quality, as well as easy connectivity, at a reasonable price. If those are your parameters, then you’re in luck. This sub is for you. I matched this sub with a 300 Bose soundbar.
The combo is perfect for my office space. I would go out on a limb and say that it would likely be great for apartments, condos, and smaller rooms. The sub connects through the bose app and has good versatility for customizing the sound you want.
For such a small box, it generates full, deep, punchy bass. I can turn it up and don’t hear any distortion and it doesn’t seem like the sub is struggling either. Again, put that in the context of a physically small sub.
This sub will be plenty for most rooms less than 15’x15′ especially if you strategically place it in a corner of the room. The only reason I am giving this review a 4-star rating instead of a 5-star rating is because I struggled to get the sub (Bluetooth) connected to the soundbar and TV.
I purchased the Bose 300 soundbar and 500 sub in April 2021. Within days the soundbar and sub would just stop working with Spotify. On researching Bose forums I discovered issues with Bose and Spotify dating back to 2019 on the larger 700 model.
Bose has never addressed them and released the 300 with the same issues. Bose also claims that the soundbar works with Google Assistant. Not in NZ it doesn’t. At best it was flakey when used via a google mini.
After 37 days and 90 resets of the soundbar and sub, I returned Bose to NL. I paid the extra for Sonos and have never regretted it. The sub itself was great – well sized for my room and it certainly made the soundbar a lot better.
But I do expect that it will play what it’s advertised to do – work seamlessly with Spotify. On that score Bose products are a complete fail.
I purchased this sub as a package deal with the sound bar. Loved it for about 10 mins. It had this weird popping to it and found out it was a weak BT connection. I had to reset/dis connect & re-connect.
Then it worked great for the rest of the evening. Next evening it happened again and I couldn’t fix it. So I tried optical cable wiring and still the sub had very weak signal. It WAS NOT behind any furniture and WAS NOT obstructed by any walls.
It was always with 10-12 ft of the sound bar. Tried trouble shooting the issue and found out that this is an engineering problem with this particular 500 sub. Such a sad day to find out Bose is no longer delivering solid products but, selling inferior products off of their name alone.
Give your songs full impact Sub1 Powered Bass Module combines with virtually any portable PA to deliver low end down to 40 Hz. When paired with the Bose L1 Pro32, Sub1 creates a more compact system and gives you bold bass from slim design that goes virtually anywhere.
More bass. Less bulk. With a unique RaceTrack driver design, Sub1 offers powerful bass and an optimized center of gravity. The driver’s shape allows the physical enclosure of Sub1 to be slimmer without compromising sound.
This frees up room in your vehicle and on the stage, and makes every carry in between home to car, vehicle to venue much easier. Focus the bass where you want it Stack two Sub1 subwoofers for even more bass or to unleash Cardioid Mode for focused, directional performance that negates rear-firing bass energy, steers the bass out front, and reduces feedback.
Part of a full system Sub1 pairs seamlessly with the L1 Pro32 via proprietary SubMatch connectivity to form a modular line array system that’s easy to pack, carry, and set up. This single-cable connection makes setup so much easier.
It allows the system’s crossover and EQ to automatically calibrate for optimal sound, and because power and digital audio are passed through the SubMatch cable you only need a single power outlet. Just plug in your L1 Pro32 and you’re ready to go.
At first I was unsure, after watching many reviews on YouTube and the internet, I decided to pull the trigger and purchase a BOSE L1C. All I can say is WOW ! I was absolutely blown away with the clarity and how far the sound travels, It literally takes 1 minute to set up ! To my surprise, it came with covers which is a win win for me ! Im that impressed , Im going to buy another one in a few weeks.
I would highly recommend buying this system. 10/10.
AMS delivered via FedEx 2 day FREE shipping btw! Thx! Bose Sub1 was deceiving light oblong highly portable package, but solid construction. Fired it up with Bose S1Pros hit the Preset for S1Pros and WOW !! Smooth Hi Output , Very Low notes came thru realistic.
I played Hip Hop, Jazz, Classic Rock, Classic Funk RNB Everything sounded great !! The S1Pros took on a new life as Mid/Hi boxes with plenty of SPL to match the simply Earthshaking SUB1. I got another on the way (2) Bose Sub1 GoodTimes!!.
Needed a portable self powered sub and the Bose Sub2 is working out really well. I play drums with a pool of musicians who play all varieties of music with 3 to 9 instrumental and vocalists. The Sub2 has provided the bottom that our regular sound system just didn’t have.
From honky tonk a to large ballrooms so far the Sub2 is really good!.
Bridging an amplifier means to combine channels of a multi-channel amplifier to get more power or flexibility out of it. For instance, on a 4 channel amp, channels 1 and 2 could be used normally for your speakers, and channels 3 and 4 can be bridged for more power to a single subwoofer.
A 2 channel amp can also be bridged to power a single subwoofer. An amplifier with both high-level and low-level inputs provides flexibility by allowing you to build an audio system using virtually any standard factory or aftermarket source unit.
Multiple LED backlighting gives this Phantom Series amp an awesome glow when the amp is turned on.
I purchased this amp from Amazon about 3 months ago. It was pretty easy to install in my 2022 Ram 1500. I also installed 4 Kicker KSS 690 6X9 speakers. Its an ok amp for the money. I am guessing that with factory speakers it would be fine, It simply does not have enough power to push these speakers.
The power rating is WAY over stated. I replaced it with a Kicker 46CXA 6605 and WOW what a difference. It the old story you get what you paid for.
I have 2 phantom series amp the 4000 monoblock and the 3700 5 channel amp. I use the 4000 for subs and the 3700 to run my front and rear speakers. These amps r perfect as long as u leave space underneath to allow them to breathe.
The only thing that I didn’t like was the hook ups and the power and ground screw stripped loose and had to replace with different screw.
This is no competition Amp. But it’s no slouch either. If you know what your doing and or have half a brain and hook it up correctly then this thing hits like a prize fighter. The quality is definitely there.
The sound is amazing. I have this hooked up channels 1 thru 4 front and rear coaxials and a 12 inch subwoofer on channel 5 as it should be. The sound is extremely well balanced and I am getting an overall reading of about 2700 watts.
That’s loud and non distorted. I got it up to 3000 watts but the distortion is a bit much there and it’s not really providing any more power at that point. So is the Amp over rated. yes. they all are.
But getting 2700 quality watts vs the 3700 promised isn’t bad at all. Again this isn’t a competition level Amp. But who cares. $100 for 3000 watts. 5 channels. HERE TAKE MONEY!!!.
Add 300 watts of clean and stable power to your studio rack using this 300-Watt Studio Audio Amplifier from Monoprice This rack-mountable switching Class D amplifier packs 300 watts of power into a compact form factor, which takes up only 1U of rack space.
It can be used as a stereo amplifier or can be bridged for mono mode. In stereo mode it produces 150 watts per channel RMS (300 watts per channel peak) into a 4-ohm load or 100 watts per channel RMS (200 watts per channel peak) into an 8-ohm load.
When driving a 2-ohm load, it can produce 250 watts per channel RMS (500 watts per channel peak). When bridged for mono mode, the amplifier produces 500 watts RMS (1000 watts peak) into a 4-ohm load and 360 watts RMS (720 watts peak) into an 8-ohm load.
Additionally, it is stable when using reactive or mismatched loads, so for example, you can connect a 2-ohm speaker to one channel and an 8-ohm speaker to the other without any problems. It features an extremely flat 20Hz ~ 20k Hz (+0, -1d B) frequency response with less than 0.
05% Thd+N and more than 96d B signal-to-noise ratio. Built-in protection circuitry includes full short circuit, open circuit, thermal, ultrasonic, and RF protection. It also features power on/off muting function to prevent popping in the speakers when power is turned on or off.
There is also a selectable limiter, which serves as a brick wall on volume to prevent high volume levels from driving the amplifier into clipping, which can cause speaker damage.
I guess I was hoping for a real power amp, this isn’t it. They can tell you whatever they want, 100 Watts X2 @ 8 Ohms for 200 watts total both sides driven, forget it. Not even close. If this thing is putting out 15 watts X 2 @ 8 Ohms, I would be amazed.
I will say this, what it does put out sounds good, that’s the only reason for 3 stars, just doesn’t put out anything close to it’s advertised rating. It may only sound good as it’s teamed up with top-of-the-line processors feeding it.
I would expect it to sound good in this rack. I use 50-watt amps all day long and I know what 50 watts sounds like. My 50-Watt tube amp can crush this thing into the dust. That being said, for the price, if all you needed a little bedroom amp or something for a small apartment, you can have at it all day long with this thing, no one will complain.
Anything more than that and you will be very disappointed. If you tell me this is a 100-Watt amp @ 8 Ohms, I expect 100 Watts at 8 Ohms. That’s also why I only gave it 3 stars Let me just qualify myself and these comments.
I build monster guitar rack rigs (See 2nd photo) for the last 20 years. The second photo is my current W\D\W recording rig. I was building this small “Fly Rig” (Photo 1) to be used as a 2nd, lightweight rack rig for rehearsals and as a live amp at clubs and small venues.
This is the only reason why I even considered this as a power amp worth trying. 1U and light. If it would have put out it’s advertised power ratings, I would have been very happy. I guess at this price, the joke is on me.
I should have known better but I am drawn to check out new products and new technology hoping to find something great at a good price. If you’re looking for power, don’t believe the inflated numbers, this thing has none.
This amp is no use to me as I already have a rack monster to play at home so I have no need for an underpowered practice amp. Thank God I kept the box and original packing material. This is getting sold ASAP.
I have lots of experience integrating subwoofers into home-audio and in professional sound systems. I personally own several active and passive subs and tactile bass shakers for use in my project home-studio, home-theater setup and sim-racing rig.
The Monoprice 10inch Powered Studio Multimedia Subwoofer offers more value and performance than many of the more recognized brands and for less than half the cost. I highly recommend it and I’m not affiliated with Monoprice in anyway.
Enhance your audio setup with this 5-channel Polk Audio PA D5000. 5 amplifier that can bridge 2 full-range channels, both front and rear, to deliver enhanced output power, letting you configure a setup that suits your needs and preferences.
Geek Squad installation is strongly recommended for this product. Please visit your local Best Buy store for details. Handles up to 200W x 2 RMS bridged @ 4 ohms 500W x 1 RMS @ 1 ohm (sub). Also handles 100W x 4, 400W x 1 RMS @ 2 ohms and 70W x 4, 200W x 1 RMS @ 4 ohms.
Rear full, high-pass-filter switch Lets you dial in your speaker blending by letting you select between no filtering and utilizing the high-pass filter. Subsonic filter attenuates frequencies below the standard control settings.
2 ohms minimum impedance (4 ohms minimum bridged) For efficient power conduction. Thermal, DC offset, reverse DC voltage and short-circuit protection Help ensure safe use. Remote bass level gain control Along with a SUB/INT source switch and channel mode switch for precise operation.
Enjoy full amplified sound in a small footprint with this Pyle Pro PTA2 power amplifier. Perfect for parties, this little amp is completely portable and features left and right push buttons for balanced control of your sound.
The 2 x 40 max wattage output of this Pyle Pro PTA2 power amplifier ensures you hear every beat.
I owned an earlier version of this unit which recently died while giving off wisps of smoke. This later version adds some nice features which the earlier model lacked: bluetooth, FM radio and a remote.
So far, this one is working well, except for some slight 120hz hum which is present upon power up and remains in the background at a low level. This is a compact and versatile unit which emits good clean audio.
I had some concerns about buying this brand again, based on the premature immolation of my earlier model, but decided to purchase the 4-year protection plan from Best Buy, and hope I don’t have to use it.
STRENGTHS: TDA2009A amplifier chip used in this design is good sounding, with good frequency response. Power output is sufficient (5 Watts RMS into 8 Ohms) for use with efficient speakers in small rooms.
QUALITY CONTROL: There is a great variance unit to unit and the power supply in some units is a source of noise compromising the musical performance. ISSUES: There is a turn-on POP from speakers in spite of having a relay switched output.
The PTA2 has DC offset on output when using Headphones. The front panel Pilot LED is much too bright for use in low light conditions. Treble adjustment does not give flat treble response when at the center detent.
The Bass tone controls slightly compromise the 2o-30 Hz. Frequency response. The location of the Anti-oscillation circuitry in this design for the TDA200A chip differs from the IC application note recommendation.
Dont just hear your entertainment. Experience it. Car races, T-Rex steps, explosions you want to be in the middle of all the action and savor every moment. The Bose Surround Speakers 700 deliver our most premium surround sound, while a refined exterior matches the overall aesthetic of Bose Smart Soundbars to complement your rooms dcor and create one beautiful, cohesive system.
Two wireless receivers accompany the surround sound speakers to facilitate a wireless connection to your soundbar. All you have to do is plug your adapters in to a power source and wirelessly connect the surround speakers to your Bose soundbar for instant entertainment.
Less wires. More spacious, theater-like sound. Its that simple.
got these speakers in yesterday and after setup they are pretty darn good. i paired them with the soundbar 700 and the matching bass module. The surround 700 speakers are crystal clear. Only what needs to be surround audio comes through.
Many surround speakers play to much audio that takes away from the actual experience. the biggest down fall of these speakers is setup. The manual isn’t geared to the actual 700 series bar. remote picture is different and steps in the manual to not work for the 700 bar.
you must go in the app and add them. A non tech person will find it difficult with same setup. Quality is top notch as usual but one of the speakers had silicone glue hardened outside the case so i had to cut that off before installing the wires.
Lastly even though well worth the money these speakers don’t come with a mount or mount holes to put on the wall. Your only option to install them is on a shelf or something similar not wall. Magically they also sell the wall mounts.
This product was the last addition to complete my Bose 700 surround system. Watching movies that have 5. 1 audio especially marvel and Michael Bay’s movie became more immersive. Sometimes I forget that I have surround sounds and think there is a bird in my house chirping, a car is passing by or glass breaking.
I tried to use it as whole house music speaker (like Sonos One) but I do not recommend it because it sounded too tinny. They complement the soundbar but are horrible as standalone speakers. As much as I enjoy them for watching movies I think they are OVERPRICED for what it’s for.
For $550 + $50 for metal wall brackets I could have purchase a PlayStation 5 bundled with a second controller and one video game. I will be keeping mine because it completes my surround system but I think for some people it’s not financially justifiable.
I purchased the Bose 700 Surround speakers after having the 700 sound bar for about a month. Setup was a problem, my recommendation is if you already set up the bar and are adding the surrounds is to delete the bar in the app from your account and start from scratch following the prompts in the app.
Then when balancing the speakers with the headband mic sit closer to the sound bar than you would normally. This pushes the surrounds to output more volume so you won’t have to turn them up to 100 in the app (a common complaint) then use the app to fine tune.
I use this set up in my bedroom with a Sony 930E TV hooked up via HDMI eArc with no subwoofer. I wanted better discernable voice dialog with surround without the loud bass in a small package. With the speakers set to dialog in the app and a little tweaking of the settings the sound is good and more than acceptable at low volume with the surround effects getting better as the volume is cranked up (it seems when set to dialog the surround is diminished a little).
By no means will this replace the sound of a true wired AVR multiple speaker setup but you can’t beat the size of this system. The surround speakers are amazingly small and produce decent sound. This is definitely not a plug & play and be done system but if you are willing to play around with the setup you can achieve a good outcome.
The SA-2 stereo amplifier works with your Lifestyle system and Bose speakers to bring music to an additional room in your home, or even outdoors. With select Lifestyle systems you can even enjoy jazz on the patio while the kids watch a movie in the den.
At the same time, from the same system. Only Bose delivers this unique blend of performance, elegance, simplicity and expandability so you can enjoy a whole-home entertainment experience unlike any other.
Bose link makes it possible. And the Lifestyle SA-2 stereo amplifier makes it easy. Simply connect the speakers in the second area to the SA-2 amplifier. Then connect the amplifier to the Bose link output in the back of your Lifestyle media center with just one cable (included).
The amplifier is easy to install, and you can even connect multiple amplifiers seamlessly to one Lifestyle system for up to 14 additional areas of sound – indoors or out. Patented Bose technology ensures high-quality sound performance, automatically adjusting tonal balance.
And you can control your music easily in each additional area with a dedicated Lifestyle expansion remote control (sold separately). The SA-2 amplifier is small enough to be easily hidden on the floor or on a shelf.
Small, powerful, and solidly built. If you’re not going to use this with the Bose Lifestyle system, this unit can be used as a standalone amplifier with the following steps: 1. ) Flip the A & B DIP switches up, and keep all the other switches down.
2. ) Place a 5k resistor between the two VCA terminals to adjust the base volume. You also use a potentiometer for continuous adjustment of volume. 3. ) In this mode, the unit has an auto turn-on feature that powers it up when it detects a signal, and powers down after 60 seconds without a signal.
This third thing means that the amp is not ideal for a home theater, particularly any surround channel. Usually these channels are active for long periods of time, and the amp will be turning on and off as it sees signal come and go.
Have it paired up with Bose 251 Environmental Speakers. Replaced the same unit which burnt out. Added a $5 VCA knob and connected an Echo device to it to pump music outside. Works as advertised so far.
I purchased one 12 years ago and it has worked great until it suddenly stopped. Tried to figure out what was wrong, couldnt figure it out. Decided to buy this used product hoping that it would work. And it did! Listening to music outside again.
Sub2 Powered Bass Module combines with virtually any portable PA to deliver low end down to 37 Hz. When paired with the Bose L1 Pro32, Sub2 plays lower and louder and gives you bold bass from slim design that goes virtually anywhere.
With a unique RaceTrack driver design, Sub2 offers powerful bass and an optimized center of gravity. The driver’s shape allows the physical enclosure of Sub2 to be slimmer without compromising sound.
This frees up room in your vehicle and on the stage, and makes every carry in between home to car, vehicle to venue much easier. Stack two Sub2 subwoofers for even more bass or to unleash Cardioid Mode for focused, directional performance that negates rear-firing bass energy, steers the bass out front, and reduces feedback.
Sub2 pairs seamlessly with the L1 Pro32 via proprietary SubMatch connectivity to form a modular line array system that’s easy to pack, carry, and set up. This single-cable connection makes setup so much easier.
It allows the system’s crossover and EQ to automatically calibrate for optimal sound, and because power and digital audio are passed through the SubMatch cable you only need a single power outlet. Just plug in your L1 Pro32 and you’re ready to go.
2 x balanced audio input (XLR / phone stereo 6.3 mm) 2 x balanced audio output (XLR)
Reviews From Real Customers
The Sub2 really will amaze the even the critical sound guys out there. Smooth crisp powerful bass that doesn’t fall off in even a large venue. love the ability to transport these in the back sheet of my car.
After two weeks of pushing these Sub2 speakers to there max. They really have broke in nice. Never thought I could get the sound I’m getting with these in my Arsenal. Use them with the S1 speakers and wow the balance is incredible.
Compare Bose 301 speakers against other bookshelf systems, and you’ll understand why this is one of the world’s best-selling speakers. These versatile and elegant speakers are ideal for movies, music and more.
Advancing a long-standing tradition of high-quality audio, 301 speakers feature Bose proprietary Direct/Reflecting speaker technology to re-create lifelike, spacious sound. You enjoy a natural balance of reflected and direct sound for a listening experience most conventional speakers cannot match.
Music sounds similar to what you’d hear at a concert, while movie sound effects resonate much the way they do at the theater. The 301 speakers fit practically anywhere – living room, bedroom, wherever you’d like.
Acoustically and visually, they match other Bose speakers for seamless sound and styling. Most conventional speakers radiate sound directly into the room, sending balanced stereo sound to one small “sweet spot.
” The 301 speaker system is designed to deliver Stereo Everywhere speaker performance. You can sit just about anywhere in the room and still enjoy balanced stereo sound. Direct/Reflecting and Stereo Targeting tweeters provide mid to high frequencies over a wide, stable area between the speakers.
And 8-inch woofers in each speaker enable smooth reproduction of deep, low notes, even at high volumes. You want to hear the full spectrum of audio, and this speaker delivers.
Bose have always been the best! I have a Yamaha RS 700 receiver, DBX 1215 eg, Yamaha CD S303 cd player pushing a set of Bose Acoustomass 5 ii on A and my new 301 v on B. This is my third stereo system I have built in the last 40 years and by far the best.
The Acoustomass 5 were purchased in 1993 and still sound like new. The 301s are great speakers with plenty of bass for my music taste (hard rock, metal and rap/metal). I can’t recommend any Bose speaker highly enough if you are wanting the clearest, loudest music your ears can stand with ZERO distortion.
For me, it is all about the sound. Full sound that elevates the music. I do my research and I buy carefully. These speakers are for a living room approximately 12 by 20. I am running them off a Harmon Kardon amp (AVR40) feeding 100 watts of hi-current power to each speaker.
My sound sources include my phone via Bluetooth, CD player (yes I still play CDs), Blueray players, and my cable box. At low volumes, these speakers shine. They deliver a full spectrum of sound. At loud volume these speakers rock.
To be fair, the bass is very good but could be enhanced with a subwoofer (as with all bookshelf speakers). But I don’t feel a need to carry up my polk sub sitting in the basement because these sound so good without it (and my wife get’s on us when the bass moves furniture around the floors upstairs.
). Excellent sound for a very nice looking speaker. I put mine on the Bose stands and they really look great! The stands also enhance the reflective portion of the speakers on the back giving them room to operate.
The sound reaching my ears is simply amazing. Love, love, love these speakers!.
I’ve had many experiences with Bose in the past. Generally speaking, they’ve delivered on quality, affordable products across many different audio and video categories. Although focus on their bookshelf and floor-standing speakers have mostly taken a back seat to pushing modern, compact solutions, I’m happy to say these 301s still deliver very well.
They’re fairly compact, definitely well built, and are very stylish. The sound stage is excellent, and the distinction between mids, highs, and lows are well defined. These do have a more colored sound profile than many competing products, but that is part of the reason why I chose these; these offer a bit more punch in the lows compared to completely neutral studio monitors – I like it, and it makes for an excellent movie experience in my bedroom.
Overall, I would highly recommend the 301s, but I do wish Bose still sold some of their more impressive speakers still, like the 8. 2s, 10. 2s, 4001s, 401s, 501s, 701s, and more, but I guess most consumers just aren’t into large stereo these days.
I’ll end by saying it’s hard to go wrong with the 301s. Paired with the 201s and 151s, these can make a pretty mean home theater system, but even left as a stereo pair, they’re very nice.
The Bose 500 Bass Module adds instant depth to your music and movies when paired with the Bose 500 Sound Bar sold separately. Itll make movies more immersive too as powerful noises like explosions and thunderclaps will feel like theyre going off right next to you.
QuietPort technology delivers a deep clean bass that you wouldnt expect from a compact bass unit. The Bass Module looks as good as it sounds thanks to an elegant glass top which will fit right in with any modern living room.
It connects wirelessly to the Bose Soundbar 500 so you dont need to make space on your TV stand.
Worst sound bar ever. If you don’t have wifi you cannot register the product and if you cannot register the product you cannot use the app on phone to set base, tone etc. You will also not be able to have the subwoofer pair with the sound bar without registering the sound bar with bose.
This is truly the most user unfriendly device ever manufactured Bose should be ashamed to have this on the market. Even with a wifi connection I could not register this device and returned it. Also when you buy the product they don’t inform you that you need wifi to be able to use this product to it’s full functionality and when you return this product due to this defect they still want to charge you 10% for opening the packaging.
I hate this sound bar. When it works it works well. But it’s extremely arbitrary as to how it plays. Sometimes it recognizes the radio station and sometimes it does not. I have an Alexa device (Echo) from Amazon in my bedroom and there are never any problems.
This sound bar is absolutely awful if you want good Alexa service. Also, I have gotten customer support on this two times. And I have also tried unplugging the device and replugging it in and sometimes that helps but not always.
It sounds good, looks nice, simple to use. Music on lower volumes is good, but would be better with the sub, which I intend to eventually buy. At higher volumes, music sounds great, but don’t expect your house foundations to crumble.
Remember this is primarily designed for tv and movies, not doof doof. For watching dramas on Netflix etc at lower volumes, the dialogue can at times be slightly drowned by background music, though you can turn on the dialogue enhancer in the app which works well – bear in mind that most of my Netflix binges lately have been dramas, dialogue heavy and not much else, and at lower volumes because of watching late at night.
But at one point, a gun was fired on a tv show and in that moment, the soundbar really didn’t hesitate to remind me that it wears the pants in my house. It wasn’t just loud, it was a very precise reproduction of a gun being fired, clean, powerful, balanced, effortless and distortion-free.
In general it’s the kind of soundbar that really shines at medium to high volume. It’s not incredibly powerful (no soundbar is), but for a soundbar, the loudness is impressive, and particularly the clarity and lack of distortion at these higher volumes.
I have no doubt that if the source audio was better (like from a Blu-Ray as opposed to a Netflix drama), the soundbar would take advantage of it. 4/5 stars because no one in Australia uses Alexa. Another downside is lack of sufficient documentation – I have no idea how to actually control the soundbar using voice, but eventually I’ll google it or try to set up Alexa in the Bose app.
As for the app, it works well (iPhone X) it’s not buggy, it’s modern, it just works. You can control pretty much everything on the soundbar from the app. You will of course be told by audio enthusiasts that spending this much on a sound bar (and more on the subwoofa) is a dumb idea and that your money is better spent on a full blown amp and surround setup with 2 subs and 15 speakers, but it’s 2019 and no one does that anymore.
I don’t own my own house (I can’t afford to satisfy my love for high tech products AND buy a house), so moving house/apartment periodically is so much easier when it’s just a bar and woofa. All things said, if you want to spend this much on a soundbar, this is an unregrettable choice, imo.
Create an outstanding home cinema experience with the Bose Bass Module 700 809108-5110. Elegantly designed with its premium glass-top finish this device perfectly matches with the home d cor, just plug in the power and you’re ready to go.
This wireless subwoofer offers a dynamic range of bass from its powerful high end driver, while using QuietPort technology that eliminates bass distortion. Specifically designed to work with the Bose Soundbar 700 & Soundbar 900, it connects wirelessly to create a more impactful feeling when playing loud, powerful and shocking effects from your favourite movies, sports, tv shows or music.
Long term Bose owner looking to upgrade and bought this with the soundbar 700 on the back of brand reputation and previous product experience. Incredibly disappointed with little to no set up instructions and limited app functionality.
It led to it taking a painful week to set up with repeated limited support from Bose technical support. After what appears to be good luck and persistence, we managed to get set up complete only to have it stop working and being unrecognised on the app after I unplugged to install a power circuit protector!! After further repeated calls to Bose (the Whatapp support line is about as useful as a chocolate fireman) Bose talked me through uninstalling everything and then were unable to reinstall!! Issue unconfirmed but believed to be around incompatibility with mesh WiFi setups (which the product hasn’t been designed for!!) which Bose could not resolve.
After then waiting over a week to have a call back from Bose technical support (still wait at time of writing), I lost confidence, returned and purchased a Sonos Arc and Sub which was delivered the next day and was installed and wiring in 10 mins! Moral of the story is read all the reviews and don’t rely on brand reputation which for Bose appears from my experience to be going down the pan!!.
I bought the Bose Soundbar 700 and Bose Base Module 700 from Harvey Norman Chirnside Park, and I was not disappointed. I have other Bose personal audio items (headphones etc) already, so I already knew what their sound quality was like.
I had also completed some research on Google previously, and when I went to the store, Tyler was kind enough to demonstrate other brands for me so that I had a good comparison. There were other brands and models with slightly more features in the bar, or more speakers, but these seemed to me like overkill.
All I wanted was a stylish, simple, with excellent build quality, but powerful soundbar that put out amazing sound. Seems kind of simple right? So I kept to my initial selection, and got the Bose. The setup for the system wasn’t a simple plug a play, and it took some time to complete after the Soundbar completed its own firmware update (at least 15 minutes), however all good things come to those who are patient, and since I wanted to make sure all the settings were perfect, I took my time.
Finding / connecting the Soundbar to the Base module via the Bose app was a breeze, however it wasn’t until I completed the calibration and could start playing with the specific settings of the Soundbar and Base module (via the app) that we truly appreciated its power, clarity and depth when combined with the Base module.
Tested it out watching Pirates of the Caribbean, and it was amazing. Lastly, Bose don’t really promote this, but with the Soundbar 700 comes a fantastic universal remote! It takes over for all your other items, TV, Foxtel box, DVD player etc.
Absolutely amazing. Not only did I get rid of my bulky old speaker setup, but I was able to swap 4 remotes for 1! I love, love, love this system, and can’t recommend it enough to anyone looking for a soundbar.
Overall Impressions: Amazing sound quality, looks beautiful, guaranteed to improve your listening experience for any platform. Set Up: Setting up the Bose Bass Module was amazingly and mindblowingly simple.
The Bose Bass Module 700 was used in conjunction with the Bose Soundbar 700 over the course of the last month. In the process of setting up the Soundbar, the Bose App prompts for additional Bose devices.
I selected the Bose Bass Module, then had position it so that both were in line of sight for each other. The amazing thing about this to me is that this module is wireless. Beyond plugging it into the wall, the system handles everything else on its own.
Use Cases: I’ve used this system for everything from playing games with subtle sound effects, watching horror films, listening to R+B, or listening to orchestral excerpts while practicing my instrument.
The results were always the same: Astonishing. In my discussions with my housemate, I remarked how the bass effect was always felt rather than heard (as opposed to amateur car audio, which sought to blow your ears out).
The first day I used this system, I could literally feel the bass in our furniture, but it maintained a sweet zone that allowed me to enjoy whatever I was watching or listening to. The Bose Bass Module truly is a work of art, and is well suited to anyone that really wants to take their listening experience to the next level.
This multipurpose digital Hi-Fi audio amplifier packs a punch. It can be used in your car or home and don’t be fooled by the size, it’ll give your entertainment system a serious boost. The state of the art design uses surface mount components and advanced engineering for proven performance, reduced signal interference, and long operational life.
This unit will ensure low distortion and acoustically accurate reproduction of audio. The PFA300, 90-watt class-T circuit designed amp will turn it up to the next level.
I have this amplifier to drive two Mica B42X book shelf speakers playing music from my laptop, and the sound is superior to any set of external laptop speakers, and believe me I’ve had many, from Bose to Logitech to Dell.
Having real bookshelf speakers always beats external dedicated laptop/PC speakers sound wise, and the price is about the same. Pros Reliable. I’ve had mine for a few years, and it’s still going. Powerful enough to drive two bookshelf size speakers rather well in a room or office.
Not expensive. Cons The RCA jacks started to drop the audio after about a year even though when I tried different RCA cords with them. This is why I took off one star. You compensate for this by using just the 3.
5 MM audio jack to attach to your laptop or computer. In the picture, note the 3. 5 MM jack and cord. A bit too light. The amp will slide around on your desk when you turn the dials, unless you somehow secure it to your desk, put something heavy on top of it like a speaker, or push it between two stable objects.
For me, I placed mine between the base of the monitor and one of the speakers so it wouldn’t move around.
For an inexpensive amp, it is not bad at all. With careful placement it will give you an adequate sound level with few problems. It is compact, so fits in many places larger amps do not. The Class “T” amplifier aspect does make it power efficient for times when it is used on a battery power source.
The power supply packed with it limits the potential output to around 30 Watts per channel peak; making it a reasonable choice for parents who are buying this for their kids to use at home. Running this amp on a supply capable of more current or running it on a battery will give better results for audio output power.
As is it is right out of the box the supply is only an 11 volt output with 2 amps maximum continuous draw (22 Watts) as packaged. Inside, the power output chip itself is not heat-sinked, which will tend to allow it go into thermal shutdown if pushed too hard or run on too low of an input voltage- (it should have been heat-sinked to the aluminum case in order for the amp to be able to put out significant power continuously.
), but parents may see this as a benefit when used in the home. If the amplifier is matched with efficient speakers, it will do well up into the uncomfortable listening range. It does have a low voltage shutdown feature as well, which is a good thing when running on battery power.
The amp I bought is for a non-standard use, (Something Pyle just may not have thought about is all. ) and that allowed me the chance to look at it much more closely than one normally would look at them: -Fit is good, but not perfect, but keep in mind the price tag.
-Gain is adequate for many line level input devices, but could use a little more gain for MP3 players plugged directly into it. -It does have a 1/4 inch microphone jack, so guitar players looking for something inexpensive might find this a reasonable starting point to look at.
-12 volt supply makes for easy installation in low voltage situations such as an ice fishing house, travel trailer, car, truck, etc. – The push button speaker terminals are adequate, but will work better with larger speaker wire gauges.
Tin the ends first as well to avoid problems with stray strands. If you upgrade them to actual binding posts, it can be done in a couple of different ways, but requires some disassembly and some soldering to ensure an adequate electrical connection.
*note: (Doing this will also void warranty) -Comes with a remote. But it is small in size comparable to a very thick credit card so you may want to put some industrial velcro on the back of it so it can consistently be put in a place where you can find it to use it as it is small and therefore easily misplaced.
-The remote is infrared, so you need a line of sight location to utilize it. -While it may seem I am being overly critical on some things, keep in mind the price tag, which is why I bought it in the first place, and if you ask if I would buy more of them in the future if I needed this type of amp? Yes.
There are numerous applications I can readily think of for it. The amp has far more positives than negatives. I just mention the limitation points honestly so people can be informed and therefore make an informed buying decision, and if they have their own solutions in mind, they know ahead of time.
I also used the store pickup option, which was handy and practical for me.
Inside is a Tripath TA-2020A chip, which cannot exceed 20W (the product claims 90W). It’s supplied with a [email protected] power adapter, so theoretically it cannot even exceed 24W. It’s poorly hand soldered, and the inductor (for smoothing the power supply for sudden loads) was replaced with a short wire.
A 220uF capacitor was installed on the spot labelled 470uF. It’s also designed to shutdown at 12V instead of 13. 4V, so you get less sound out of it. I have a Lepy LP-2024A+ and I can tell that the PFA300 muffled the vocals and high frequencies.
I got much deeper bass and high clarity from LP-2024A, but I couldn’t get the voice/treble to sound as clear on the PFA300. The LP-2024A is cleanly wave soldered and it’s easy to modify (replace with better parts) as it has quite a bit taller.
At least the screw holes are flushed for LP-2024A while the PFA300 is boderline aligned enough to fit (some screws has to go in at an angle). The PFA300 is made by lazy designers using from junk parts.
The Pyle Bluetooth stereo amplifier receiver is the perfect solution for all of your audio needs. Using advanced sound amplification technology, this versatile system is designed to perform and deliver clear, accurate sound.
It’s loaded with plenty of audio playback options along with a wide range of device compatibility, so you can connect and play it all.
I have had a tendency to be somewhat skeptical of Pyle products the last few years, but the configuration of this unit serves a specific requirement. The price is good and lots of features, so I figured it was worth a shot for the low price and I bought 4 of them at one time.
In general terms I nothing short of impressed and pleased with these units. They sound great, clean at a loud volume, and nice features. The USB thumb drive started playing almost instantly the very first time I plugged one in.
No waiting around for it to load up. The display is not entirely intuitive when using the USB thumb drive, but it does the job. As mentioned in another review, the volume control on the remote control is a little unusual, but it effectively gives you dual volume control.
I set the remote volume to maximum, then set the front panel volume to the maximum volume I expect to need, then I use the remote control to adjust the volume. It’s not necessarily a bad thing, just a different way of looking at it.
At any rate, I expect these units to serve my needs “perfectly”. Plenty loud when I need it, and extra features that I need.
Love the unit! Purchased one over the summer and decided I had to have one for the garage. It picks up stations Ive havent been able to get before. Sound is crisp and clear. Tune it to Bluetooth,sync up with my phone or tablet and I can enjoy my music for hours! Have the ability to use external sourses ie cd players or other sources easily.
Havent had any bad experiences with either units purchased. Love them both. Love thats its a powerful unit in a compact size.
With the Bose Bass Module 500, the bass of your favorite movies, series, or games sounds extra deep. You can combine this 5. 25-inch subwoofer with the Bose Soundbar 300, 500, 700, or 900. You can connect the devices to each other via WiFi after you connect the bass to the power grid.
This way, the clear sound of the soundbar is enhanced with a powerful bass reproduction. The compact design is only 25cm high and wide, so you can easily put it anywhere in your room.
Bose continually captivates me with the sound that they produce from their products. When hooking up any new home theater system, the first thing we do is put on Jurassic park (where the T-Rex escapes its enclosure) to determine whether dinosaurs still walk the earth.
I must say that this Bose subwoofer coupled with a Bose sound bar 500 does not disappoint! The ground trembles, glasses shake & furniture rattles and…the T-Rex still inspires fear and awe! With every step the base only seems to drop lower and lower & ultimately, we are satisfied that dinosaurs still walk the earth.
You can’t go wrong with his Bose sound woofer and any one of the sound bars. And, if any complaint I have, it’s that they are a little bit more expensive than I’d like…notwithstanding it’s a great system to have for any home except townhomes.
(You’re going to really upset your neighbors off if you crank this up in the house).
The Bose Smart Soundbar 300 delivers spacious sound, clear dialogue, and rich bass for your movies, music, and games. And the included Bose Bass Module 500 amps everything up. Designed for seamless compatibility with the Soundbar, the Bass Module 500 takes the listening experience to a whole new level.
I purchased about two weeks ago because my wife had a problem hearing the dialog in many movies and TV shows. This sound bar does solve this issue. I also purchased the matching subwoofer as the sound bar alone did not provide bass response to my liking.
Now sounds great, but the setup took some time. Now I’m not a novice at connecting stereo components, being a budget audiophile for 40+ years, but this system took days to finally work properly. Shortly after I hooked it up, my Fire TV stick quit working.
After searching the internet, I found that my LG TV has an issue with HDMI and to unplug the TV and everything connected it. Problem solved temporarily; it kept happening every few hours. Long story short, there is no solution when this speaker is connected via HDMI.
I ditched the brand new, current spec, HDMI cord and connected via the optical cable option which was my final try before returning this thing. Sucess, it has worked for a week without my Fire TV stick freezing up.
I recently bought an OLED TV and though they are exceptionally impressive to watch and just even look at, the speakers are really not up the task. I have a home cinema but don’t always want to turn the system on, especially when it comes to general viewing.
This is where the Bose Smart Soundbar 300 comes in and solves all my problems. The unit is sturdy and very well built (it is after all made by Bose); I was able to connect to it via the app on my iPhone with ease and managed to go through the setup process without any hiccups.
From the app you can setup the Amazon assistant Alexa and also Google which is very handy. You can also connect to multiple music services (like Amazon Prime, Deezer, Spotify and Tune in radio), but it would be good to be aware you can’t connect to apple music.
As the bar supports Airplay you can however use that if you want to access your Apple Music. The quality is great out of the box (compared to the TV) but I found that boosting the centre speaker a little and maxing out the bass (with no distortion at all) was my preference.
I noticed you can also pair additional Bose speakers to the system which could perhaps make people with an older home cinema basically part with it – as you essentially create a similar setup from Bose, especially if paired with a woofer.
For me, the most impressive feature is that you don’t really feel the sound is coming from a single source straight ahead of you and upon walking into the room my wife immediately noticed the difference and commented on how good it sounded.
You can connect the bar to the TV via HDMI, optical (cable included – probably the purest option) and also bluetooth (which also worked with relative ease but the sound quality suffers compared to optical).
Overall this is an exceptional soundbar that can also be wall mounted. Please be aware that if your tv is not wall mounted and has a stand with no clearance you will have a problem in terms of where to run the power cable from (and the optical or HDMI) i.
e. you will not be able to pass the cables behind the tv as the bar sits in front of your screen.
The best componant ever to compensate the digital compression. I have an impressive 9. 2 system that I build with top of the line equipment and notice more and more teh result of digital compression when streaming.
This Bose 300 fix that voice mixing with the sound effect issue. The clarity of the voice is outstanding and a must have if you stream your movies. It does put to shame the system I build over time but.
They do work together and create an outstanding deep, wide and clear audio. Two little thing. The dog leave the room when it’s turn on. It’s must likely to have ultrasonic noise, that the dog can ear and can’t stand.
The other thing, what I suggest as an improvement would be having a pass-thru HDMI. This guy hog the HDMI-ARC and I have to have the rest of the system on optical. For me it’s an issue but not the normal user.
The Dayton Audio DTA30HP Class D mini amp rivals the sound quality of larger amps even though its footprint is small. Complete with stereo speaker outputs, the DTA30HP also features a headphone output.
The amp delivers a crisp, detailed sound with exceptional imaging and powerful output volume. With a sleek, compact form factor, the DTA30HP is the perfect amplifier for desktop setups, entertainment centers, and any other system where space is limited.
This unit may appear pricier than others, even comparing to other units on this site. If you’re the sort of person that doesn’t mind spending a little extra for quality, you’re going to get what you pay for here.
They really set up the TPA3116D2 at the amp’s heart for success. I bought this for use with some bookshelf speakers (Dayton B652s) and it’s a great match. Crazy amount of detail, with enough bottom end to keep the response curve relatively flat.
The extruded aluminum housing does indeed “feel” premium, but doesn’t feel frail — I would be equally comfortable using this in the garage while I’m working, as I would be at my desk. Picking nits, I find the binding posts a bit chintzy.
It’s fine for an “install and forget”-type situation, but if you plan on moving the amplifier around, I’d get some banana plugs for the speaker wire. Also, the only controls you get are power and volume.
If you routinely use tone controls to compensate for your speakers, you’re out of luck here. (Thus, an average “Features” rating. ) I also don’t get the logic of a 24w power supply with a ~30w amp (with ~90% efficiency), but it does work for light use.
Don’t turn it up too far without replacing the power supply. I’d go for at least 36 watts @ 12v. (This caused me to “ding” it one notch for performance. ) None of those things are huge issues for my use case, so it gets 5 stars.
All in all, very happy with my purchase. Will probably buy another for the garage so I don’t have to move it as much. ??.
I thought it was odd that a 30W amp (15W/channel) would be using a TPA3116 chip, because I know this chip can be pushed with more voltage to get more output. I took the cover off and found that there are 25V rated capacitors inside, so you could safely use a 24V supply instead of the supplied 12V and get even more output.
In that case, the amp can supply up to 50W per channel into a 4-ohm load. This is a case where you get more than what you pay for. Sound-wise, the amp is clean with low background noise, and the TI chip sounds as good as my other amps based on the TPA3116 or TPA3118 chips I have.
First, the speaker output from this amp sounds really good. I’m driving an cheap set of KLH 911B’s (don’t sneer, they’re actually really well designed and well-built, and have been workhorses for 20 years now) as computer speakers on my desk, and for some reason this combo sounds ridiculously good.
Why the three stars then? Here’s the onion in the ointment: 1. The headphone out is super noisy, with significant hiss at lower volumes, as well as sounding kinda dull and lifeless and 2. The left channel of the speaker out intermittently drops.
If I cycle the power switch it comes right back, so I dunno what’s happening here. I’m thinking about exchanging it in the hopes that I just got a lemon. The upshot: if headphone listening isn’t important to you, you may want to take a chance on this amp, but consider that quality control might be an issue.
Whether you are speaking at an event or preparing for karaoke night in the living room, the Pyle Mini Home Audio Amplifier has everything you need for quality sound. The Hi-Fi audio amplifier can be used in your car or home.
Don’t be fooled by the miniature size, as this sound amplifier will give your entertainment system a serious boost. The state of the art design uses surface mount components and advanced engineering for proven performance, reduced signal interference, and long operational life.
The class T circuit designed amp with 60 watts will turn it up to the next level. Connect your smartphone to the 3. 5-millimeter input jack to play your favorite tunes. This music playing unit also has a microphone and audio input jacks.
This unit will ensure low distortion and acoustically accurate reproduction of audio. Set up the amplifier with the removable AC power cable. Amplify your sound experience and enjoy your next karaoke night with friends and family thanks to the Pyle Mini Home Audio Power Amplifier.
I bought this amp to make a sound box for my four wheeler. It worked great and sounded good when I pre tested it in my shop. When I got it wired up to the trail box in my four wheeler it would not work while the four wheeler is running.
After a few tests it was discovered there is some kind of overload protection built into the amp that causes it to shut down if direct wired into a battery. If you are going to use this product in a similar application I would not recommend it.
I had to go with a 120 watt amp made for automobiles. Otherwise would be useful for home applications.
Terribly overpriced! Spent about 20-30 minutes hooking it up to an existing set of speakers. Plugged in the power, a small spark and then SMOKE comes out the back of it. Returned it immediately and was told they are looking at the quality.
Replaced an existing built in amp in a subwoofer with this as an external. I was concerned that it would not have the power but it has been doing great. I am only using half of it like a mono amp. This let me keep the matched set so the whole system sounds the same still.
Bose B1 Overview The Bose B1 Bass Module is a passive low-frequency, portable speaker intended for use with the Bose L1 Model I & Model II Systems. The speaker enhances the low-frequency response, adding depth and bass to musical instruments, DJ rigs and other sound reinforcement applications.
The B1 may be connected to the power stand of the L1 Model I and L1 Model II, or use the optional A1 amplifier to provide added power to a pair of B1 speakers.
Im a solo musician who does live over back-ups and use the L1 model two with B2 unit. I bought the B1 for portability and for smaller gigs where I don’t need so much horsepower. I was actually having some low end feedback issues when the stage set up requires placement real close to your mike.
The B1 works great. Switching back and forth between the two – It seems to have a flatter smoother eq – not quite the deep thumping bass capability of the B2, but not at all lacking in overall sound performance.
I purchased the BOSE L1 Model II System with the B2 Bass last year for our Duo! We play all sorts of venues and room sizes. The BOSE is perfect for what we do! In July I had open heart surgery, and could no longer lift the B2 bass module and had to have my partner do the lifting! Fast Forward.
I also play solo gigs, so I bought the B1 bass. What a great piece! For its size it cranks enough bass for the single stuff!.
Love this. Quick setup in less than 10 minutes. We use for rehearsal and live performance. We put acoustic and electric guitars, mandolins, violins, acoustic and electric bass and vocals thru this. With right peddle boards guitarists can get the amp sound they’re looking for and we cut in half the amount of gear we have to carry to a gig.
Works great in small to medium sized rooms. Might not work for a metal band but for acoustic and even electric blues/rock bands this thing just works.
Assuming you would like a brief overview of the Bose 301 speakers:
The Bose 301 speakers are a great choice for anyone in the market for a new set of speakers. They offer a wide range of features and a great sound quality. The only downside is the price, but for the features and sound quality, they are definitely worth the investment.
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