The Bose B2 bass module is a high-performance flexible bass module purpose-built for your L1 Model 1S or Model II system. Packing two 10" high-excursion woofers in a compact, roadworthy enclosure, the B2 features a rear panel switch that lets you select higher or lower bass levels to suit your particular application. Proprietary technology in your L1 system automatically senses the switch position and provides correct equalization and power. If you require maximum bass impact from your L1 PA system, the Bose B2 bass module is what you need.
Bose B2 Bass Module Features:
Features two 10 high-excursion woofers mounted in a rugged enclosure
Designed expressly for Bose L1 Model 1S and Model II systems
Selectable bass output gives you setup flexibility
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:
Subwoofer designed to pair with Bose L1 Systems
Includes a Speakon cable to connect the module to the power stand
Why adapt to your mixer, when the T1 ToneMatch adapts to you? Designed for use with Bose's L1 sound systems, the T1 ToneMatch pairs you up with a 4-channel mixer plus a wealth of presets for instant, amazing sound. The magic behind the T1 ToneMatch system is in its suite of ToneMatch presets. You can tell the T1 ToneMatch exactly which microphone you're using or what kind of guitar you have plugged into it, and it'll instantly respond with an optimized sound and a customized EQ.
The Bose PackLite Model A1 gets your L1 system ready for deep, thumping bass. This power amplifier lets you connect up to two additional B1 bass modules, so you can really get that low end moving — it'll work alongside up to two B1 bass modules you have connected to your L1 already. So, if you're amplifying instruments with a lot of bass, or DJing dance music all night long, you'll be glad you have the Bose PackLite Model A1 in your rig.
Bose Packlite Model A1 Power Amplifier Features:
Works with and Bose L1 system (Model I or Model II)
Connects to up to 2 Bose B1 bass modules
Can daisy-chain multiple units together, to give your L1 as much bass as you need