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Bose L1 Model II with B1 Bass

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Good anywhere you use it

By JimboSpins, 07/10/2012
Anytime you are dealing with Bose, the first thing you should look at is the price tag. This speaker system is very expensive! It cost almost 3000 dollars. The sound on the Bose L1 Model II system is very good, it is clean and the bass is amazing. The design of this system is worth a lot of money alone, you can fit this whole system in the trunk of your standard size sedans trunk because its not a big system and it looks a lot bigger in a picture than it really is when it shows up at your doorstep. The base speakers alone weigh 25 pounds and the two loud speakers weigh a little over 15 pounds a piece. They are all well built and beautifully constructed.

The balance of Tone is amazing and the sound is great for multiple home purposes. The sound that will come out of this system seems to spread and fill a room very well. If you are just trying to listen to some tunes from home, then you have got to have this system. You can take this system from room to room with you or wherever you want and it will deliver a top of the line sound that only Bose knows how to do it best.

Setting up the Bose L1 Model II was actually pretty easy though it does look difficult when you are looking at the manual. For some reason the manual for this system makes it look like rocket science but you don’t even need a manual to set this up. Using this system it wont matter where you take it, it will sound great. From outdoors , clubs, or home use it will give you a big clean sound for your listeners. But the bad part is that the price is so high, there are other systems out there that do not sound as good as the Model II but they can get close, but the best part is they cost about a 1000 dollars less than the Model II. So if you are tight on money I would not stress over having these. There are other systems out there that have similar sound. Everything from Bose is just so expensive.

sergio85v's review

By sergio85v, 04/06/2013
2 ½ years
yes, old Mackie which are fine but heavy, hk
diffusion, size, installation, facilitated in places that resonate, etc ...
harder to find the real grain of my bass.
it's expensive but it's good!

Bose L1 Compact

By Mickhendrix, 05/07/2013
Its exceptional quality.

Use directly with my guitars and pedals, ideal for longer lug the monster amp to another time and have the sound of dub with the usual galleys.
You must play outside, 12.5 Kg ... it speaks to you, with power and sound quality HiFi, even with electric guitar and saturated or unsaturated, low voice with connected table.

For purists and snobs ... especially not change your usual amp, for others, relieve your back and tape it above your buddies column with this stuff that costs the price of an average amp range, unlike you have the HIGH range.

o-oh's review

By o-oh, 12/10/2008
Hi all!

j made my own small edifice al!
hot hot the debates here

then me, I have to buy the Bose L1 Phase 2, with the ToneMatcht and 2 subs primarily a duo (keyboard and vocals) animation restaurants. (rooms from 150 to 300)

Until SCTP particular concerns, the sound is nikel, no matter the source.
Now I find my taste a little low limit high volume (all controllers noon) and I plan to add 2 subs with amp, but it also depends on the style of music.

For feedback, not known (Shure Beta 58 or HF Neumann KMS 105), you can enjoy the same sound as the public, need to return!
The clientele is every time surprised that the sound comes out of the "tube", and some have already craqu to the system!
There are a few times, j avai song has me sparcar I thought buying more powerful for the same price, but my brother who plays him on the Montarbo (sw550 and MT350) convinced me otherwise, epoustoufl the quality and rendering the system, so he goes shopping for a!
It is also true that in the beginning, I exploitai rather poorly the Tonemacht (rotten manual!)
The AC would like the road!
Another point, not least, the size / weight is insane!
I do not ruin my back with systems outside weight!
And the icing on the cake, it goes in my AX

I also wanted to say that in the final, even if it sysyteme is very good for what I did, the use that I actually didn t one Bose advocated, namely, 1 L1 musician!

In the future, j is considering a second round with two subs for the stereo.

And if I continue with this system is mainly for its c compacitplus we grow, the more c's hard (phew, I'm only 36 !!!)

So much for my user perspective
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Bose L1 Model II with B1 Bass tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Bose
  • Model:L1 Model II with B1 Bass
  • Series:Live Sound
  • Category:Powered PA Speaker Cabinets
  • Added in our database on: 01/19/2012

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