Bose B1Item ID: B1sub
Subwoofer Bass Module for L1 Systems
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A Compact Bass Powerhouse!Pair the Bose B1 bass module with your L1 Model I or L1 Model II system, to fill out the low end. You'll find that the B1's compact-yet-powerful design enhances the sound of low-pitched instruments, such as bass guitars, drums, and male vocalists. What's more, the B1 bass module subwoofer will add dimension to guitar and keyboard sources. Included with the Bose B1 bass module are a 4-pin Speakon cable and a convenient slip cover. A top-mounted handle makes it easy to travel with the Bose B1 bass module.
Bose B1 Bass Module Subwoofer Features:
Round out your Bose L1 Model I or L1 Model II system with the Bose B1 bass module!
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Bruce, North Canton, OH
Reviewsbased on 5 reviews
by Charles Crudgington from USAIt works great and I LOVE it.
February 19, 2013
Music Background: Hobbyist
What a little powerhouse
by Bob Farrell from Albuquerque, NMI've been professionally gigging from small-very large venues for 30 years now. And for small clubs (been doing 60-250 people this past month), the B1 has brought true rich bass to the entire gig...wi... read more [+]th no annoying vibration!
December 24, 2012
Music Background: Pro Musician/Singer/Songwriter/Recording Engineer.
I almost got the B2, but because I do a lot of solo & duo gigs for clubs under 200 people, I wanted to stay lean. And because you can chain a 2nd B1 if needed, it was perfect for me. I don't need to haul and carry all the large heavy gear to get great sound, just my Bose system! close [-]
Love my new sub!
by Michael McConnell from Dwight, IlI bought my L1 single bass 2 years ago, and have been very happy with it. I play a Kurzweil SP88X through it and sing with an old (1974) Shure Unisphere mic. I had trouble getting the piano sound I wa... read more [+]s looking for with the Bose presets, so I bought a Yamaha mixer to have more control over the EQ, and to add a touch of reverb to the vocal. Now adding the second sub adds tons of low end punch to the piano and depth to the vocal, and I finally have a great, natural sounding system! I couldn't be happier! close [-]
October 20, 2012
Music Background: Lifelong piano player and vocalist
B1 Bass Module
by Bary Jolly from Knoxville, Tn.I bought the L1 Model II dual bass system, and I must say I'm glad I did! the bass reproduction is the closest thing to hearing a live bass guitar or bass drum that I have ever heard in 30+ years of p... read more [+]laying live! close [-]
May 31, 2012
Music Background: 30+ years as a working musician
by Rusty Fender from BC CanadaI use 2 Bose L1 Model 1 each with B1 bass units for live music - usually acoustic, and have also tried to use them for 'DJ' canned sound in the local community hall. For acoustic music they can't be b... read more [+]eat. Double bass via a DI sounds organic and true. The passive crossovers do their job perfectly, and the B1's handle and reproduce the acoustic bass sound beautifully. But as DJ units not so much. First a word about Bose - at least in my opinion as I have come to understand their philosophy; Bose sound isn't colored or exaggerated by the L1 system including the B1's - the music from a CD is faithfully reproduced. The trouble is - that's not what dancers have come to expect. Turning up the volume, pumping up the EQ, using 2 B1's on 1 L1 won't make enough difference. I would call B1's bass speakers - not subwoofers. If you want the thump, you'll need an active crossover, an amp and a subwoofer. Or a powered sub. close [-]
August 15, 2010
Music Background: Recording hobbyist, live sound 'engineer', live/studio musician
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