Bose L1 Model II System

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More than just a new type of loudspeaker, L1 portable line array systems provide a completely different approach to live sound. Using proprietary Bose technology, L1 systems combine PA and monitors into a single, highly portable unit that can be positioned behind or to the side of individuals onstage. This novel approach to amplification helps eliminate most of the issues with conventional PA systems—including excessive reverberation and extreme volume on and near the stage.

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More than just a new type of loudspeaker, L1 portable line array systems provide a completely different approach to live sound. Using proprietary Bose technology, L1 systems combine PA and monitors into a single, highly portable unit that can be positioned behind or to the side of individuals onstage. This novel approach to amplification helps eliminate most of the issues with conventional PA systems—including excessive reverberation and extreme volume on and near the stage.
Lightweight, interlocking components help make L1 systems especially easy to transport and set up. And their distinctive vertical loudspeaker enclosures don't require separate speaker stands.

what Makes An L1 Loudspeaker So Different?
It begins with the shape. L1 Model I and Model II loudspeakers contain a column of closely spaced small drivers mounted in a slim enclosure. This unusual vertical design has significant effects on the sound. An L1 loudspeaker projects sound waves forward and to the sides at nearly 180 degrees, but very little up and down, reducing unwanted room reverberation. Amplified sound also spreads out more evenly across the stage and into the audience, and the volume level drops off much more slowly than with a conventional speaker.