Bose L1 Model II with B2 Reviews

Bose L1 Model II with B2
$4,249.00 - $5,399.00 from 3 retailers
   7 reviews
Expert Reviews: 
 4.8
User Reviews: 
 5.0
 
 

Bose L1 Model II System Single B2 Bass Module Package

 
4.8
Verdict: The Bose L1 Model II Single B2 Bass Module Package PA system is comprised of a loudspeaker line array, a power stand, and a bass module. Like many of the products in the Bose line, this PA system is extremely lightweight at only 24 pounds which makes it very simple to set up.

Read full review at bestcovery.com
7 years ago
bestcovery.com
 

Expensive but beautiful!

 
5.0
Verdict: Pretty amazing system! I purchased two of these and eliminated most monitors. Drummer needed one but everyone else could hear the Bose speakers as we placed them on the sides of the stage towed in towards the band and they have a very wide dispersion.

Read full review at americanmusical.com
8 months ago
americanmusical.com
 

Absolutely the best P.A. system out there

 
5.0
Verdict: I had a Model 1, called Bose because I was a little unhappy with the clarity of the instruments that I was putting thru it. I have a Yamaha Tyros 4 running 16 midi channels. I have a Motown group, 7 singers and myself on keys, running thru a Model 1 with a B2 bass.

Read full review at Amazon
4 years ago
Amazon
 
 
5.0
Verdict: These slim speaker arrays are AMAZING - really easy to set up into the pwer stand - and they look fantastic and they sound superb - it's also psychologically unerving looking at where the sound is coming from you expect a big cabinet - but you have a pole of speakers - and the spatial set up of the...
5 years ago
andertons.co.uk
 

Perfect

 
5.0
Pros: A Safe Pretective Case, Easy To Use, Functional, Good Quality, Wheels Makes For Easy Use
Cons: A Bit Heavy
Verdict: I finally feel good knowing that my Bose towers are in a safe place and pretty much break proof
5 years ago
music123
 

SKB Can't Be Beat!

 
5.0
Verdict: I use this case for my Bose Tower speakers. They fit perfect. No damage will ever come to them in this case. Has wheels which are favored over carrying. Because this thing is HEAVY! Adds another 20 pounds.

Read full review at B&H Photo
6 years ago
B&H Photo
 
 
5.0
Pros: Sound coverage, sound quality, portability..
Cons: Expensive compared to an average amp..
Verdict: This is not a bass amp, cab or combo, but I didn't know where to put the review. Anyway - here it is! I've been playing bass a long time, mainly electric, but the last four years also upright. I have three stout bass rigs in the basement: Eden WT1205, Genz Benz SH Max 12 and a Markbass 121P combo.

Read full review at TalkBass.com
7 years ago
TalkBass.com
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