Bose L1 Model II with B1 Bass Module and ToneMatch

Portable PA System with T1 ToneMatch Audio Engine/4-channel Mixer, Loudspeaker Line Array, Powerstand, B1 Bass Module, and Included Carrying Bags
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Craft Studio-quality Sound - Onstage!

This Bose L1 Model II system combines Bose's premier T1 ToneMatch audio system with their leading line-array speaker system technologies. Set up the Bose L1 Model II onstage, and you won't believe the amazingly clear sound it projects - to virtually every corner of the room. With nearly 180 degrees of consistent tonal coverage, each performer hears exactly what the audience hears. What's more, you can use ToneMatch to optimize each source - plus add effects - for instant, studio-grade results with your Bose L1 Model II.

Bose L1 Model II with ToneMatch All-in-one PA System at a Glance:
  • Wide, uniform sound coverage
  • Includes the ToneMatch audio engine for multichannel power
  • Deep bass from small enclosures
  • Light and easy
Wide, uniform sound coverage

The Bose L1 Model II system's breakthrough Spatial Dispersion loudspeaker system produces wide, uniform sound coverage of nearly 180 degrees. It projects that sound onstage and throughout an audience of up to several hundred - with little drop off in volume and tone. The Bose L1 Model II system also features Articulated Array speaker technology for better tonal balance. The loudspeaker's 24 vertically mounted drivers are precisely angled to create clearer highs and more consistent tone in the room. Even people off to the sides of these stage speakers enjoy well-balanced, detailed sound - all courtesy of the Bose L1 Model II.

Includes the ToneMatch audio engine for multichannel power

This Bose L1 Model II system comes with the T1 ToneMatch audio engine, putting Bose's largest library of customized presets at your command. These ToneMatch presets instantly optimize instruments and microphones for your L1 Model II system, all at the touch of a button. Different presets can be independently assigned to each of the engine's four channels. For example, select exact microphone presets for your the microphones you're using on channels 1 and 2, your guitar model for channel 3 and your bass model for channel 4 - all at the same time. Bose's engineers often work with manufacturers directly to expand the ToneMatch preset library - and updates are available to you free, with easy downloading via the engine's USB port.

Deep bass from small enclosures

Bose L1 Model II systems come with one B1 bass module, to ensure more accurate amplification of lower notes for most voices and such instruments as guitars, keyboards, and various horns. The benefit of B1 bass modules is that they're lighter and smaller than conventional subwoofers required for the same performance. And while the Bose L1 Model II system comes with one B1 bass module, the system is capable of powering up to two bass modules right out of the box. For even more bass, you can use a PackLite power amplifier and additional B1 bass modules.

Light and easy

The Bose L1 Model II power stand weighs only 24 pounds, and its four retractable legs make it very easy to transport and set up.The power stand also has a simplified control section; the single line-level input can be used with instruments, microphones, mixers, laptops, MP3 players or DVD systems.
All of the system's components are also built to handle the road. That's because the loudspeaker has a rugged, reinforced grille, and each package includes padded carrying bags for major components.

Bose L1 Model II All-in-one PA System Features:
  • 4-channel PA system and stage monitoring solution
  • Wide, uniform sound coverage, courtesy of Spatial Dispersion and Articulated Array speaker technologies
  • Integrated power amplifiers can provide clean, precise amplification for up to two B1 bass modules
  • Includes one B1 bass module
  • Includes Bose's T1 ToneMatch audio engine and 4-channel mixer with more than 100 ToneMatch presets
Bose L1 Model II All-in-one PA System Includes:
  • L1 Model II Cylindrical Radiator loudspeaker
  • Model II Powerstand
  • B1 Bass Module
  • T1 ToneMatch Audio Engine
  • 4-pin Speakon cable
  • Carry Bags
Ramp up your onstage sound with Bose's L1 Model II with ToneMatch PA system!

Tech Specs

Number of Speakers 24 Speakers, 1 Woofer
Speaker Drivers 24 x Small Drivers, 2 x 5.25" Woofers
Number of Mixer Channels 5
Number of Mic Preamps 3
EQ Intelligent zEQ
Inputs 3 x XLR/Line Combo, 2 x 1/4" (TRS)
Outputs 4 x 1/4" (TRS)
Power Amp 500W
Enclosure Material Polypropylene
Height 92"
Width 10"
Depth 27"
Weight 82.5 lbs. (Including Sub)
Manufacturer Part Number 44015

Customer Reviews

5/5
Based on 23 reviews
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5/5

Great PA system

This is awesome, so easy to setup and the sound is great. Nice effects and the Tone Match is very easy to use! No need for monitors or heavy mains. I highly recommend this system.
Music background: Acoustic rock solo
5/5

What a kick in the pants !

I purchased the system about a month ago, and finally had a chance to use it in a medium sized venue. The sound quality and area coverage, were definately as advertised. People, from the audience, commented at how clear the sound was and appreciated the fact that the volume level wasn't overpowering. I do a show that is truley "Unplugged", so every thing has to be mic'd. No problem with feedback what so ever. Couldn't be more pleased.
Music background: Music making son of a Swede.
5/5

The Amplification answer

I love the Bose L1 Model II system. I had the original Model I system and then purchased the Model II version. I use two of them with the must have ToneMatch. I use one system for a singer and horns (sometimes just 1 sax or with 2 saxes or 1 sax, 1 trombone and 1 trumpet), and I use the other for me to sing and play an electric guitar and a keyboard. During intermission, I have an iPod connnected to both systems. It's great to only carry these two systems, and no longer have to carry two amps, two PA speakers, two monitors and a mixer. There are SKB cases designed for both models, which have wheels to roll them. The pieces are heavier with the cases, but they're better protected if they fall. We play top 40, oldies, jazz, line dance music, etc. A power issue at a venue caused both Model II systems to go out. However, Bose backs its products, so they repaired them and extended the warranty. This is a great product for clubs, large banquet rooms, and small to medium auditoriums.
Music background: Pro Musician
5/5

Fantastic for any audience less than 300

We have been touring with this for 2 years and will never go back to the old way of doing sound. In venues where our audience is larger than 300, we simply provide a line out from the T1, and the house suplements the sound. We hear what the audience hears and everyone benefits! It works best when there are no more than 2 performers per stick, but in a pinch we have had three to a stick. You will hear some people knock this system, but 9 times out of 10 they haven't actually played out with it or even heard it used well. There are some 'musicians' who can't play in an ensemble...they just bang out their part and hope it sounds good. The beauty of this system is wasted on them. ...so glad Sweetwater carries them now, as I have been a customer for a long time and had to buy ours elsewhere.
Music background: Pro Musician
5/5

Lives up to the hype

Okay, so I just unpacked my new Bose L1 Model II with T1 Tonematch module a few hours ago, but I can already tell that this unit is living up to the hype. I've been playing and singing for 20 years, and this is by far the best vocal reproduction I've ever experienced in any venue - and this venue happened to be my house! I trusted the great Sweetwater advice from Bob Mondok and ordered my Bose L1 yesterday, and to my delight, it arrived today (Saturday)! The crisp, realistic reproduction of my vocals and guitar were unbelievable. My wife, who was sick in bed while I took it for a test drive, told me with exuberance about how incredibly good I sounded from another room in the house. Typically she begs me to turn my music down - this time she praised me. I was absolutely blown away, and I can't wait to gig with the L1 next week. Thank you, Bose! Set-up took about ten minutes, which included unpacking everything from the shipping boxes. Unbelievable.
Music background: Singer/songwriter and lifelong gigging musician.

Sweetwater Advice

Scott DeMarko

Without a doubt, if you're looking for serious professional "clean" and "crystal clear" sound, you need the Bose L1 system. Vocals are clear, acoustic guitar sounds amazing, conga drums are punchy, and the overal control of each individual channel having a variety of effect choices from reverb, to delay, to compressor controlled digitally is amazing. The mixer also has phantom power so you can use a condenser mic if needed, which is useful for a variety of miking conditions. Overall, for a small band in clubs where you're looking at 100-250 listeners, the L1 will blow you away in how quick, easy, and customizable it is to setup. The sound is so clear you may find yourself saying exactly what the lead singer of the band I do sound for said the first time we used the Bose L1 system, "this is so crystal I have never heard my voice sound this good before. It's almost shocking".
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