The Ultimate Speaker for the Soloist Musician
Updated: Apr 2, 2019
If you haven't checked out the Bose S1 Pro Yet. You haven't seen what one of the best solutions might be for you. It's only 14 Lbs. and it includes 2 voice/instrument connections and a single Blue Tooth connection that is good for up to 30 feet. Each of the XLR connection can also accommodate a 14/" plug as its the new combo connection. Each of the XLR channels include the Bose Tone Match profiles for OFF / Guitar / Voice. Controls include Bass, Treble and Reverb for each of the 2 XLR ports. The reverb sounds pretty good to me.
The Bluetooth channels makes it ideal for a background music source while you're on break.
Unko BillyG Deploys four of the Bose S1 Pros as monitors and auxiliary speakers.
The Bose S1 Pro can be positioned in four different ways with its internal sensor noticing and readjust the Equalization to maximize it's performance.
I found this great review showing how stable the Bose S1 Pro sitting behind the musician yet yielding some great level of volume before feeding back. Something you find hard to do with lesser speakers. Being only 14 pounds in weight and battery operated for 6 to 11 hours.