I love my PAS, and I use it all the time. And like every other owner, I am becoming more and more accustomed to variations of the following question; "What's the deal with that Bose thing?" My answer has evolved into this;
Bose isn't selling the PAS 'cause it's a better PA or a better monitor, even though it is both of those things. The real product is something you can't see; a 'sound field' that you can stand inside while you perform, a sound field that is larger and more uniform in volume and fidelity than any generated by a conventional system. And in terms of the size, uniformity, and quality of the field it generates, the PAS is the least expensive amplification system on the market, bar none. Nothing else comes close.
This is a great leap from my previous explanation that the PAS somehow generates giant invisible headphones. Frankly, that was just scarin' people.
But however you conceptualize it, the PAS is a great leap forward. I'm sure that in time the words will catch up to the reality. I've had mine for six months, and I'm still amazed, and I'm still grateful. It's the best money I ever spent.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Jadoo,
Thanks for the kind words. I very much like your description of the sound field. Glad you are enjoying yourself. Keep playing and keep us posted...
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