I can’t tell you how many people have told me “I can’t believe how much sound comes out of that speaker. And it’s so clear!” They’re right, it’s impressive. But the amount of sound is not the most impressive part. It’s the clarity and coverage of sound that sets this speaker apart from traditional speakers.
Coverage of Sound:
What do I mean by that? This speaker is 7ft tall and projects at 180 degrees around the room. Instead of your traditional speaker that projects in one direction, the Bose speaker projects the same volume to the side as it does from the front. How can that be? Well, it is a speaker array, meaning there are tiny little speakers from top to bottom (yes, the whole 7ft length) that are pointed in all directions. This means you can sit someone in front of this speaker without them feeling overpowered with sound. That is because the volume isn’t being projected all in one direction, it’s projected all around the room evenly.
The clarity is unmatched. There is a reason live musicians and DJs use this speaker. From the music to the announcements, the clarity is amazing. Musicians can use this speaker as a monitor and PA, which means they can hear the music with perfect clarity even standing behind the speaker without the need of an additional speaker. DJs can hear the speaker from the side or behind without an additional monitor speaker, and can monitor the volume levels to avoid being too loud or too low.
The Bose L1 with B2 Bass unit is truly one of a kind and I stand by this product technology now and into the future.