Bose Announces New Luxury Wireless Systems
Bose has recently announced three new products – SoundTouch 300, Lifestyle 650 and 600 Luxury home entertainment systems.
The SoundTouch comes with measurements 97.8 cm (W) x 10.8 cm (H) x 5.7cm (D) and is enabled with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and NFC for pairing. With a perforated wrap-around metal grille and a glass top, you can now use it for streaming services like Spotify, Pandora, etc.
Bose SoundTouch 300 comes with a PhaseGuide which arranges signal transmission to every corner of the room with QuietPort technology which ensures deep bass at any volume. An advanced DSP ensures detailing and balance across all frequencies. Its ADAPTiQ automatically calibrates its sound with your house. You can set it up with HDMI audio Return Channel (ARC). You can sync the speaker with TV, DVD player and other streaming services using just one cable. It includes a 4K traverse as well. Other customisation comprises of components such as Acoustimass 300, a wireless bass module or Virtually Invisible 300 wireless surround speakers.
Bose Lifestyle 650 home entertainment system offers the company’s smallest satellite speakers with a 5.1 setting. The new OmniJewel satellite speakers come with a measurement of 4.7cm (W) x 14.7cm (H) x 4.7cm (D). The speakers work on a slim center channel and bass module for omni-directional sound. They come in a brushed, anodised aluminum curved console.
Like the SoundTouch 300, the 650 also uses QuietPort technology and advanced DSP for clarity of depth and realism; ADAPTiQ for best possible acoustics in any space; and 4K pass through with 6 HDMI inputs. It’s also Bluetooth and Wi-Fi enabled with NFC, and attuned to other SoundTouch systems for whole-home, wireless audio. The set-up is easy through Bose’s elite Unify facet that takes its users through every step with plain-language on-screen instructions and operation is cut down through a built-in universal RF remote for various source control.
The Lifestyle 600 and Lifestyle 650 have a lot in common. They’re composed of three main mechanisms: the remote speakers, the console and the wireless bass module. The receiver is the hub of the total system. It takes all of your inputs, whether they’re 4k video sources or your computer and acts as an intermediary between them and the television. You can change channels, inputs and control every piece of the sound from the remote. The wireless bass module is the same striking Bose Acoustimass 300 Bass Module but this is where the similarities come to an end.
With the 600 series, you get five separate speakers. You’ve got three for the front: left, right, and one centre channel. In the back you have your two satellite speakers. With the 650 series, you get access to their brand new OmniJewel speakers and four identical modules for the front and rear satellites along with a new extended centre channel. Separation in the 600 series is still perceptibly better than your typical 5.1 system, but it matters where you are sitting. The Jewel Cube speakers are not actually steering the sound in a specific direction. If you’re sitting in the centre of the room, you perhaps won’t observe a huge differentiation between the 650 and the 600. But when you’re not at an ideal focal point, that’s where the 650 really stands out.
Needless to mention, Bose never lets you compromise on experiencing music. If you are a serious movie buff or a music addict, you will never regret owning a Bose. Also, if you have bought either of the three options above, don’t forget to comment in the box below.
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by techtalks @TechTalks February 7, 2017 2:52 PM UTC