I have been using the PAS as a PA driven from a Yamaha digital Console. I use four PAS systems distributed in different ways: 1. 2 front and 2 rear (monitors). 2. 2 on each side for front.
I suggest that Bose makes a system that would hold two towers right next to each other on the same base, the base would contain a straight (no equalization) input to receive the signal from the separate audio console (my Yamaha). The base could have only one additional microphone input with equalization. Each tower would have the equivalent amplifiers of two bases in one base, and could handle four bass units 2 pairs.
Using two PAS on each side like I do now occupies a little more space than I would like to. The 3 feet separation would provide a little phaes distortion, which I don't hear now.
Two columns on one base would surely look neat and provide a very powerful system. A total of eight bass speakers would result from two double columns, one on each side.
Reducing the number of inputs on the base would help reduce the cost. Finally, the system would open a new market for the speakers that are so easy to carry and so wonderful to listen to.
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