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121. Bose Acoustimass ® 15IIW White
$18.99
122. Bose Bose Link B Source Connection
$11.99
123. Bose Single Source/Destination
$11.99
124. Bose Single Source/Destination
$35.99
125. Bose System Cable II Exapansion
$999.00
126. Bose Acoustimass ® 10IIIB Black
127. Bose Bose Link B Source Connection
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128. Bose Acoustimass ® 15IIB Black
$4.99
129. Bose AC-2 Bare Speaker Wire Adapter
$11.99
130. Bose TA-2 Bare Wire Adapter 3
$54.99
131. Bose VCA Volume Control Ivory
$79.99
132. BOSE(R) MediaMate Computer Speakers
list($3,499.99)
133. Bose Lifestyle 50 Home Theater
134. BOSE LS5III-BK LifeStyle 5 Series-III
$389.88
135. Bose Freestyle Powered Speaker
136. Bose Lifestyle Powered Speakers
137. Bose 6-Piece Subwoofer/Satellite
138. BOSE Compact Speakers (Black)
139. Bose 6-Piece Home Theater Speaker
140. BOSE LS28-BK Lifestyle 28 Multi-Voltage

121. Bose Acoustimass ® 15IIW White Home Entertainment Speaker System

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Asin: B00018773O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Bose
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Product Description

Bose's top-of-the-line 5.1 channel Virtually Invisible(R) speaker system, the Acoustimass(R) 15 Series II speaker system uses a newly engineered powered Acoustimass module to give you exceptionally deep bass for sensational movie and music experiences. Thunderous bass effects bring a new level of excitement and impact to movies, immersing you in the experience, and keeping you on the edge of your seat. Switch to music, and the sound remains full and natural. This speaker system consistently o... ... Read more


122. Bose Bose Link B Source Connection Cable 50 ft Black

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Asin: B00070KTMC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Bose
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Product Description

Connects a Wave® music system or a 321 system to a Lifestyle system 9-pin mini-DIN to 9-pin mini-DINRequired cable for connecting a new Bose Wave® music system, 321 Series II DVD system or ... ... Read more


123. Bose Single Source/Destination Plate White

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Asin: B00070KTOK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Bose
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Product Description

Connects a Lifestyle media center to a Bose® Link network (Single mini-DIN) The new Single Source/Destination plate is exactly the same as the Dual Source/Destination plate, but it only has one ... ... Read more


124. Bose Single Source/Destination Plate Ivory

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Asin: B00070KTOA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Bose
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Product Description

Connects a Lifestyle media center to a Bose® Link network (Single mini-DIN) The new Single Source/Destination plate is exactly the same as the Dual Source/Destination plate, but it only has one ... ... Read more


125. Bose System Cable II Exapansion Hub

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Asin: B000980YZ4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Bose
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Product Description

Divide the output of one Bose® link System Cable into up to 10 additional Bose® link solutions The Bose® link Hub will allow an installer to divide the output of one Bose® link System ... ... Read more


126. Bose Acoustimass ® 10IIIB Black Home Entertainment Speaker System

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Asin: B000187734
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Bose
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Product Description

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127. Bose Bose Link B Source Connection Cable 7 ft White

Asin: B00070KTMM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Bose
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Product Description

Connects a Wave® music system or a 321 system to a Lifestyle system 9-pin mini-DIN to 9-pin mini-DINRequired cable for connecting a new Bose Wave® music system, 321 Series II DVD system or ... ... Read more


128. Bose Acoustimass ® 15IIB Black Home Entertainment Speaker System

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Asin: B0000SVIMQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Bose
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Product Description

Bose's top-of-the-line 5.1 channel Virtually Invisible(R) speaker system, the Acoustimass(R) 15 Series II speaker system uses a newly engineered powered Acoustimass module to give you exceptionally deep bass for sensational movie and music experiences. Thunderous bass effects bring a new level of excitement and impact to movies, immersing you in the experience, and keeping you on the edge of your seat. Switch to music, and the sound remains full and natural. This speaker system consistently o... ... Read more


129. Bose AC-2 Bare Speaker Wire Adapter White

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Asin: B00076TBF2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Bose
Sales Rank: 99672
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Product Description

Connects bare speaker wire to a Jewel Cube® speaker array. When installing a Lifestyle® 48 or Lifestyle 35® home theater system you\'ll need for a way to replace the keyed connector ... ... Read more


130. Bose TA-2 Bare Wire Adapter 3 ft White

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Asin: B00070KTPY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Bose
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Product Description

Connects an Acoustimass® module or a TA-2 amplifier directly to Bose® System Cable II (9-pin mini-DIN to RJ-45) This terminal block cable will allow an installer to terminate the Bose® link ... ... Read more


131. Bose VCA Volume Control Ivory

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Asin: B00074XBYQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Bose
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Product Description

Volume control for Bose SA amplifiers Bose VCA Volume controls allow the designer/installer to provide customized volume control solutions for customers wishing to have a fixed, wall-mounted ... ... Read more


132. BOSE(R) MediaMate Computer Speakers - Graphite

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Asin: B00008VGRC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Bose
Sales Rank: 8732
Average Customer Review: 4.14 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Connect the Bose MediaMate® speakers to your computer or personal player to enjoy quality stereo sound from your CDs, streaming audio, MP3s, and DVDs. These small, sleek speakers incorporate Bose digital signal processing technology to convey a surprisingly wide soundstage, even when closely spaced, as on either side of a computer keyboard.

Dual audio inputs let you connect a second media player, while a control dial on the face of the speaker lets you adjust the balance of sound between the computer and your second listening source. You can listen to music from the computer, switch to the second source, or even mix the two together.

The speakers' 2.5-inch, Stereo Targeting® drivers produce the kind of rich sound you might not expect from such small speakers. And the MediaMate speakers can also help when others around you need quiet. They include a convenient volume control to adjust the sound and a .125-inch headphone jack for times when you'd rather listen privately (headphones not included).

Magnetic shielding protects your monitor from interference, even with the speakers placed directly against your computer. Patented Bose signal-processing technology ensures full, rich sound at low volumes and when using headphones. The spaciousness enhancer actually improves the sound from mono sources.

What's in the Box
One powered speaker, an accessory speaker, speaker cable (attached to the accessory speaker), an audio input cable with RCA plugs, an audio input cable with stereo mini plug, a detachable AC power pack, 10 adhesive-backed rubber feet, a user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • Dual Inputs - Connect another device to these speakers while they are still connected to the computer!
  • Headphone Jack
  • Volume Control
  • 2.5 Full Range Driver
  • Source Mix Control - allows you to adjust the balance of sound between the computer & another audio source

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars Good to Go
Hello fellow Road Warriors.

I travel a lot and sorely missed full spectrum sound. Earphones seemed the only option for portable sound with good bass but they are too encumbering. I tried a cheaper subwoolfer system but it was too big to carry and had too many parts. I was thinking about the Bose Wave radio sound, and found the MediaMate computer speakers. For the size and weight they do not disappoint.

The sound is typical Bose, high quality and balance, something some people have to get used to after being blasted by boom boxes for their developing years. It is amazing what Bose got out of a 2.5" driver in a small bass reflex cabinet. There are no tone controls but you don't need them because they are well compensated and have a balanced spectrum at all levels including real soft but can play at moderate room-level if desired.

They travel well, occupying about as much space as a pair of large men's shoes and weighting less than 5 lbs. The controls are neatly recessed but accesable, the cases are sturdy but of reasonable weight. There is a metal speaker grill. If you want to carry just one, not a bad compromise, you can drive both channels by plugging both L and R sides to the right speaker and mixing the A-B input balance.

Bose tends to be pricy but these speakers are well worth the price. Real bass again! Now if I can just find my old Gov,t Mule CDs . . .

3-0 out of 5 stars Ok, but music lovers need to look elsewhere
I currently have Bose 201s and 601s - and I found the 601's very satisfactory. Thus when the time came to buy a 2/2.1 computer speaker system, bose was the first choice. Sound quality, size, and complexity were the criteria.

The Bose mediamate sounds very impressive for its size - can certainly fill a hotel room - and are portable enough for use while travelling.

The drawbacks are:
a. The "clarity" of mids and highs is noticably poorer than a good home system.
b. Cheap feel of the plastic controls,
c. The lousy connection between the primary and secondary speakers that creates enough noise to disturb your music listening
d. No power off button - one has to unplug the adapter from the wall
e. Bass is not deep - but given the size of the speakers it was an acceptable compromise.

Therefore, I was back on the hunt with a budget of upto $150. I heard the Altec Lansing MX5021 THX. Against my criteria, it was bulky, not too complicated and sounded excellent at all levels. I compared it on the shop against similarly priced speakers from Kiplisch, Creative, other Altec Lansings and some others - and found that much better. So that's the one I have now instead of the Bose.

4-0 out of 5 stars Overpriced, but worth it
I have experienced some audio products, in the home theatre arena, that includes Yamaha, Onkyo, Klipsch, Infinity, and some JBL stuff... nothing fancy, and I have had somewhat a loaded past with multimedia speakers, from early days of Altec Lansing ACS54 to cheap TDK tremor series, to Klipsch 4.1, Logitech Z560, Altec Lansing powerhouse 641, to Logitech Z-2200 (worth every penny if you want power), to my current flagship Klipsch Ultra 5.1 which I just sold on ebay (check my id: phreeco), my roommate owned Gigaworks S750 which he just sold as well (check his id: UW_Madison). My other roommate has Logitech flagship Z680. I don't claim as audiophile, but with my fair share of experience, I can wholeheartedly recommend Bose MediaMate for people who have limited space but want big sound.

I have been shopping for 2.1 small footprint speaker for my laptop recently, so my comparison incl. only spk of this category. I tried Companion 3, the sound is too thin for me to recommend it, and it's even more overpriced. Altec Lansing VS4121 is also good, but sound is not as balanced, you need to tweak it around with the treble and bass button. If you have more space and / or want more power, get Klpsch 2.1, the sound field is not as wide open as MediaMate, but it's small difference that the bass module more than makes up for it. Two things that surprised me about MediaMate: 1) the wide sound field, very good ambience 2) the integrated woofer is much more potent than it looks 3) the sound is surprisingly balanced and clear. couple that with very open airy ambience sound, I believe the money is worth it. Oh and if you want power, Megaworks 250D is also a very good choice. Altec Lansing MX5021, FX6021, JBL Creature, Yamaha YST-MS50, Monsoon PlanarMedia 14 are also good choices, but I am not going to comment on those because although I sampled some of those in store I have not had enough time to evaluate the sound extensively in a better environment.

And for those that want 5.1 surround sound, do yourself a favor get Klipsch Ultra 5.1, the redesigned Dual 8" subwoofer is titanic and unbeatable, but make sure to sell it fast if you received a few citations / complaints from your neighbors... next thing you know they're calling police.

5-0 out of 5 stars Once more I got to come back and stick up for these...
Let's get started. How the heck can you price these speakers at $30 or $50!? Speakers in the $50 and less price range distort, or produce crappy sound and dont give you the things the Mediamates do. With the mediamates you dont only get great spacious sound, you also get GREAT quality, nice design, up to 2 mixed sources and also the name Bose on your desktop. These speaker compare with the ones that used to be the best 2.1 speakers, the Klipsch Promedia 2.1(The Bose Companion 3 took its place). So if they have similar sound to those(in some cases better), then you aren't getting bad stuff and they are woth every cent. I see no other speakers priced LESS tha this that sound better... they will either crack, distort, sound "fake" or just wont go loud enough. 2.1 setups under $100 just suck completely... they have muddy bass. Dont listen to the ones trying to damage a great company's reputation. What the other user means by "REAL audiophiles" are crazy losers in ound that think as long as you got Universe Shaking bass you got great sound. You know what? Sound is not only about Bass? You need to hear it lifelike, clear and spacious.. of course with a lot of bass too, and that is what Bose gives you. With the mediamates dont expect room shakin bass, but expect desk-shaking bass. Bose makes research.. they take years to build their products. The result is a high quality durable product, with great lifelike sound and great customer support. If you think Bose is mediocre audio quality.. you need to fix your ears and your brain cause they arent working. Go to a Bose Store and youll change your view completely.. then "REAL audiphiles" will seem like the most stupid people in the world. Remember Great Sound must be expensive.. Bose isn't THX Certified.. and it isn't certified because it kicks THX's ass.

Theres no other 2.0 setup better than this one, and there is no other 2.1 setup better than the Companion 3.

2-0 out of 5 stars Vastly overrated
Ok, I'll be honest. This is a decent set of 2.0 speakers (no subwoofer), and would be a good buy if they sold for $29.95 (or even $49.95). But they don't. And that's the problem.

For $100 there are MUCH better products on the market. (I've done A/B comparisons with most of them, so I'm not just blowing smoke). Yes, most of them are 2.1 systems and come with a subwoofer. But a decent 2.1 system is no harder to set up than these speakers, and the sub - which just sits on the floor under the computer desk - is a non-issue.

There are plenty of people who are happy to pay what Bose is asking for these speakers, and will never realize they're paying $50 just for the Bose brand. (Which is pretty funny because when you talk to REAL audiophiles, the Bose brand stands for overpriced products, lots of hype, tons of marketing money, and mediocre audio quality - across the board). ... Read more


133. Bose Lifestyle 50 Home Theater System (Black)
list price: $3,499.99
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Asin: B00006AL0K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Bose
Sales Rank: 23338
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Bose Lifestyle 50 listening system was designed to replace the appearance of a rack of conventional audio components with its palm-sized wireless Personal music center remote control, which is smaller than a videocassette. The system has other components, of course, but most are meant to be hidden from view. Tiny Jewel Cube speakers no bigger than a computer mouse replace room-filling loudspeaker cabinets, blending elegantly with any decor. A hideaway Acoustimass module (subwoofer) delivers full, deep bass for movies and music. The rest of the system--including AM/FM tuner, a full-function 6-CD changer, and the cables and connections for up to 4 rooms--can be easily tucked out of sight.

The Acoustimass bass module uses a technology that launches sound on a column of air rather than directly pushing air with a vibrating cone. It delivers full, natural bass sound without distortion--all from a compact enclosure, which can be located anywhere in your room (perhaps behind a curtain or under a coffee table). This means you'll enjoy the same quality of sound wherever you're standing or sitting.

The award-winning Jewel Cube speakers are the most visible components. The product of more than 40 different innovations and technologies, these speakers are about the size of a computer mouse, yet they're capable of filling a room with rich, lifelike sound. Their patented signal-processing technology automatically adjusts their tonal balance, ensuring your audio programs always will exhibit full, deep bass and clear, natural vocals at any listening level.

The touch-screen Personal music center, the heart of the system, communicates through radio frequencies, unlike infrared, sight-line dependent conventional remotes--so you don't have to aim it at other equipment for its commands to work. The remote's intelligent simplicity uses layered touch-screen menus to indicate and control functions such as radio tuning (with 50 station presets), track programming (up to 50 tracks in one sequence), volume adjustments, source selection, etc.

The Personal music center can control powered speakers positioned in different rooms (additional-room speakers not included). Or, with the purchase of additional Personal music centers, multiple users can simultaneously operate up to 4 different music sources--say, a CD player in the living room, a television set in a bedroom, an AM/FM player at the patio. For multiroom listening, Bose recommends its Virtually Invisible 191, 161, Acoustimass 5, or Acoustimass 3 speaker systems.

The Lifestyle 50 is also equipped with a digital signal processor called Videostage 5, which heightens surround-sound realism for both movie soundtracks and music recordings. The Videostage decoder processes analog formats--as well as 2- or even single-channel PCM and Dolby Digital bitstreams--and helps to deliver movie-theater excitement right in your home.

A feature called Digital Dynamic Range (DDR) compression automatically monitors and adjusts the system's level to let you to hear soft sounds, particularly dialogue, while preventing you from being overwhelmed by loud special effects. This is especially useful for late-night viewing, freeing you from having to constantly adjust the volume.

Dolby Digital decoding delivers up to 5.1 discrete audio channels (that is, 5 for the independent Jewel Cube speakers and 1 for rich bass from the Acoustimass, or subwoofer module) from DVD, digital TV, advanced cable boxes, and digital satellite receivers.

What's in the Box
Personal music center, a CD changer, a multiroom interface, an interface power pack, 5 Jewel Cube speakers, 5 speaker cables, 1 Acoustimass module (subwoofer), an AC power cord, 14 self-adhesive rubber feet (4 for the module and 5 pairs for the Jewel Cube speakers), an audio input cable, a CD changer cable, a stereo cable, 4 AAA batteries, an FM antenna, an AM loop antenna, an AM antenna base, a CD magazine, a Lifestyle system CD, and a test CD. ... Read more

Features

  • Complete surround system includes a 6-CD changer, 5 Jewel Cube speakers, and a matching Acoustimass (subwoofer) module
  • Innovative Personal music center controller does not require line-of-sight positioning and permits multiroom, multisource audio control
  • Decodes Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound; Bose Videostage 5 processing generates 5.1-channel audio from any source (even monaural programs)
  • Multiroom control lets you listen to different programs at different levels in up to 4 locations in your home
  • FM/AM tuning with 50 station presets; 50-track CD programming

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars YOU KNOW MUSIC YOU KNOW BOSE!!!HAIL HO
BEEN A BOSE FANATIC AND WILL BE ONE FOR LIFE TIME!!
WANT TO LISTEN TO DEPTH OF UNADULTERED SOUND? LOOK NO FUTHER ITS BOSE NOTHING ELSE MATTERS WANT A ROOM FULL OF SOUND NOT A ROOM FULL OF SPEAKERS WHERE THE MOST MINUTE SOUND FROM A CRACK OF A GLASS CAN NOT ONLY BE HEARD BUT FELT WITH DEPT

5-0 out of 5 stars Worth the green
Ok first of let me say this. If you are looking for a system that has THX go else where. But let me also add this, I work in the movie bizz, so I have a good bit of know how and what when it comes to things like this. THX, and you can ask a dealer for your self, is only trully heard when its set up by a pro, hense a home system that bosts THX, will not sound as good as it does in the theaters, this has more to do with room layout etc then the system.

Bose are masters when it comes to audio, short of having a theater built in your house, this is one of the best systems you can get for the money, it has all you need. Granted it could offer more but so could any system that you look at.

I have heard THX on this system and belive it or not it does work. Again not as well as in a theater but still its damn nice.

I recomend that if you are looking at this system that you go to your local high end audio store, and bring the following. a dvd that has DTS or the like encoded on it, 3 cds of differnt types of music, i recomend rock, classical, and techno. But the key is the difference.

Now sit down and listen to all of the things one at a time. Try this with other systems that you are looking at and I am sure you will find that the bose is one of the best out there.

Also look at onkyo and nad but you will have to by more compents and speakers to get what you get in this package. Adding to the overall cost.

Optical cables are a must, that or the best cables you can get. Also keep in mind that the rear speakers should be higher them the listners.

2-0 out of 5 stars Lifestyles of the Misinformed
What does the average consumer expect when they pay [this much money] for audio equipment? To be impressed, no less. Most people will be in awe when they listen to the Bose Lifestyle 50. They expect no less from a company like Bose. I, however, expected more.

My first disappointment is with the speakers. I didn't expect THX certification (a symbol of excellent audio quality), but the Lifestyle50 packs the same speakers from the cheapest Lifestyle setup. 2.5" paper drivers. Where does all the extra money go? The subwoofer is still passive instead of powered.

Then there's surround sound. It has Dolby Digital 5.1 (DD5.1) and Bose's proprietary Videostage5. DD5.1 is standard surround sound. It separates audio from front right, left, rear right, left, center, and subwoofer. The separation of channels provides a better movie-like experience and better sound quality. DD5.1 audio is the standard on DVDs. Videostage5 is odd in the sense that it divides the stereo signal into even more channels. The results are mixed, and often I wondered why it was there.

What it doesn't include is DTS5.1, or Digital Theater System. It is a step up from DD5.1. It provides much higher quality, but isn't available on all DVDs. When you find one that does you will enjoy it for every BOOM in the movie. It also doesn't include 6.1DTS, 7.1THX or any other features you would expect from a [$$] setup.

I lay in disappointment. I could get a receiver, speakers that at least had tweeters, and a subwoofer for one-fifth the price. Don't take my word for it. Go find a professional Bose Lifestyle 50 review with something positive to say about it. I'll go return mine.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good and the Bad
Bose products are usually expensive and some people argue that they can get a better system at maybe half the price. Now it depends on various parameters on what their evaluation is based on. For me, any music system is good which gives you the utmost pleasure in listening.
This Bose product comes with 5 pairs of Jewel cube speakers which are a little different then the regular speakers taht Bose offers with their speaker systems. They give you more clarity of sound - you can almost hear the fingers strumming on the guitar strings, the breathing of a singer and complete surround sound where it is available. You can easily find the difference when you play the Bose and another music system side by side and listen to the same music piece.
The set up is extremely simple. So if you hate tangling with wires and pushing in knobs and buttons for that perfect sound, then this system is for you. But if you are into graphic equalizers, and are addicted to lots of ports and want a receiver which will be the control center of your Home Theatre then this is not the system for you. The Bose system does allow you to connect your TV, DVD player and VCR through the system but that is about it. You will not find any additional ports in the system.
So for that price, I think you will not regret anything about this system - the most impressive of all is the size of the speakers and the range of sound that emits from them.
I am sure you are gonna love them. ... Read more


134. BOSE LS5III-BK LifeStyle 5 Series-III Stereo MiniSystem (Black)

Asin: B00007AJ8K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Bose
Sales Rank: 47648
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Features

  • Sit back and listen to a stereo that almost isn't there. The LifeStyle 5 Series-III minisystem is engineered to deliver exceptionally high-quality stereo sound over a wide dynamic range with rich lows and definitive highs
  • The extremely compact main unit houses a digitally-tuned AM/FM radio and a single CD player
  • 2 Direct-Reflecting cube speaker arrays for left and right channel output - each about the size of a wine glass - can be placed anywhere for definitive sound
  • 1 Acoustimass Bass Module provides rich room-filling bass
  • Easily program up to 20 of your favorite radio stations

135. Bose Freestyle Powered Speaker System

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Asin: B00007KUOG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Bose
Sales Rank: 37176
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136. Bose Lifestyle Powered Speakers White

Asin: B0002I0ZZ0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Bose
Sales Rank: 96459
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Product Description

Powered Speakers for any Lifestyle System. Use these powered speakers to expand your Lifestyle® system into another room. Two proprietary Bose 4 1/2" (11.4 cm) drivers deliver full-range sound. ... ... Read more


137. Bose 6-Piece Subwoofer/Satellite System (Black) (AM15BLK)

Asin: B00005T3RL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Bose
Sales Rank: 51528
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 6-piece home audio speaker system
  • 151 to 200-watt power range
  • 100-watt amplifier power
  • Shielded for video use
  • Dual 5.25-inch subwoofers; dual 2.5-inch mid-range drivers

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Awesome for movies, but music lacks something
The little cubes are amazing, especially since they spread the sound to so many areas of a room (each speaker twists into two directions- for a total of 10). This is nice for me because I don't want it too loud (my walls are paper thin), but music just isn't the same on a Sat. afternoon when I want to rock out. My advice is to save your pennies and get something that carries more mid-range and bass in the satellite speakers. If it's movies that you want to enjoy, your in the right place. Lastly, the wires that Bose supplies are long and can accommodate a decent size room, but they're kinda flimsy. ... Read more


138. BOSE Compact Speakers (Black)

Asin: B00007FJXZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Bose
Sales Rank: 55230
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Features

  • StarDriver full-range driver for consistent output over a wide range of frequencies
  • Copper-clad pole piece for extended high frequency range
  • Special composite cone for increased durability and improved response
  • Bose proprietary 4 1/2 (11.4 cm) StarDriver full-range driver
  • Brackets included for wall or ceiling mounting to position speakers for optimum sound

139. Bose 6-Piece Home Theater Speaker System(Black) (AM10IIBLK)

Asin: B00005T3RG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Bose
Sales Rank: 116154
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Product Description

5+1 Cube Speaker Array System Notable Performance From Speakers You Barely Notice.The most popular home entertainment speakers from Bose® just got better, with smaller cube speaker arrays and ... ... Read more

Features

  • 6-piece home audio subwoofer/satellite speaker system
  • Surround sound output
  • 200-watt power handling
  • Shielded for video use

140. BOSE LS28-BK Lifestyle 28 Multi-Voltage Home Entertainment System - Black

Asin: B0001CFSV8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Bose
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Features

  • Direct/Reflecting speaker technology - recreates a natural blend of reflected and direct sound
  • DVD Player supports -DVD-Video, CD, CD-R, CD-RW, PCM, Digital 5.1, MP3 flat files, MPEG-2
  • Videostage 5 decoding & post-processing circuitry
  • Digital 5.1 decoding
  • Patented integrated signal processing

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