Bose Live Music Team
I'll be hosting a demonstration event in Lexington, KY on Tuesday, May 10th at 8PM. Please stop in to see it in action!
Centenary United Methodist Church
2800 Tates Creek Road
Lexington KY 40502
Just wanted to say thanks for the demo. Man!!! I am still blown away by this system and plan on purchasing one after I "move" some of my exsisting equipment. I could tell by the faces of every musicain in that room tonight that this is the ticket, uncompromised perfection............Bose did it again!!! Anyway, thanks again and it was great to meet you.
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Type to you later,
Danny (drummer/vocals for the Leaky Teaky)
I was thinking about those faces on the way home.
As Mark was updating two new PS1's with preset V.2, I set up a double B1 system with acoustic guitar and EV 767 mic in the Church sanctuary. The mic was about 6 ft in front of the L1 and I was hooking up the Guitar preamp. Someone asked if the system would feedback when I turned it on with the mic that close. So I stepped to the mic and said "the system is on".
Every jaw dropped, including Mark's. I am not sure of the size of the room but I feel confident it would seat over 400, and the sound was crystal clear and clean over the entire area, and interestingly at the time, the remote was not plugged in, so the system responded as all controls at 12:00.
We connected some electronic drums along with some backing music all through one mono line into channel 2 with preset 00, and one of the "musical directors?" at the church said the drums sounded better through the PAS than they do through $250,000 plus system in the church.
Later in another gym sized space those present were given time to jam on some gospel rock, it was my first time to hear multiple units together, and I was quite impressed with the mix the players were able to achieve with their first attempt with the PAS.
No time was spent tweaking, just plug in, set presets and play. Pretty impressive to me and I've been using it for 9 months now.
Thanks Mark, and thanks to the folks at Centenary United Methodist Church for hosting the demo, I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did.
OldghmThis message has been edited. Last edited by: Oldghm,
Awesome update Oldghm. I'm really excited to hear that a knowledgable community member from the board came to an event and helped out. Thanks Oldghm!!! Maybe we'll get a chance to meet some time.
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