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Bose Lifestyle 235 2.1 channel home theater system

Posted in Bose by Conner Flynn on October 17th, 2010

Bose has introduced the Lifestyle 235 home theater system and the company is claiming that it is their best 2.1 channel surround system yet. You can connect up to 6 audio or visual sources and the system also supports HD upscaling for non HD media up to 1080p.

The system comes with an iPod / iPhone dock, a remote and a headset which can be used to calibrate the system’s sound. The Lifestyle 235 will cost you $2300.

Bose SoundDock 10 is HUGE, costs $600

Posted in Bose by Conner Flynn on September 15th, 2009

Bose SoundDock 10 is HUGE, costs $600Bose has seen fit to park an iPod in front of a monolith. This thing must weigh 20 pounds. The subwoofer is the size of a child’s head. And it costs $600. Yet they still call it an iPod dock. It’s about a foot tall. It’s not really all that portable, which I guess it isn’t supposed to be.

The dock connector can be swapped out to suit different players, or, for an extra $150 you can get a stereo Bluetooth adapter. Bose also threw in a composite video port, so you can see photos and videos on your TV.

Bose unveils new QuietComfort 15 headphones

Posted in Bose by Shane McGlaun on August 20th, 2009

boseqc15-sbIf you are like me, you probably think of those big noise-cancelling headphones when you hear the name Bose. The company does make a lot of other products from radios to home theater speakers as well.

Bose has announced the latest addition to its line of active noise cancellation headphones called the QuietComfort 15. The new headphones feature both new active and passive noise cancellation technology.

Bose SoundLink Wireless USB Speaker System

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on July 19th, 2009

Bose SoundLink Wireless USB Speaker SystemBose just launched the SoundLink wireless speaker system. It’s the company’s first dedicated network audio streaming package for both PC and Mac. This is great for those who want to set up a hassle-free wireless music system without worrying about Wi-Fi configurations.

In fact, there’s no software or Wi-Fi connection required. Just plug the included SoundLink USB key into the computer, select music from iTunes, Pandora, or any other Internet radio or music source, and the audio will stream to the SoundLink speaker via a long-range wireless link that works through most walls and floors. It couldn’t be easier.