Tagged With "Bluetooth"

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Unable to connect to my S1 pro using the connect app.

DJ Subie Z ·
I recently updated my bose connect app from version 8.1.0 to 8.1.1 thinking that was the reason I was unable to connect my s1 pro speaker. Updating the connect app did not fix the problem, then I updated my S1 speaker from the previous software version to the newest Firmware version 7.0.11 using my PCat http://btu.bose.com . Now I have both the connect app and the s1 pro updated to the latest version, but the problem still exists. So far, I deleted the app and reinstalled it (iPhone XR),...
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Connecting 2 S1's to L1 Model 2 w/ T1 Tonematch

Thomas 4 ·
Is it possible to use the "Party mode" Bluetooth connection between my 2 S1's, then use a TRS cable from my T1 to have all three systems play together? (Using the S1's to fill in the sound behind our guests at our acreage.) If not possible, what would be the most elegant solution? Thanks in advance!
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Bose Connect App version 7.0 (IOS) - Do not install - Important

ST ·
Update December 12, 2018 Bose Connect App version 7.0.1 (IOS) is being rolled out. It should be available to everyone within a week through the Apple App Store. This fixes the connection issue where the Bose Connect App would not connect to the S1 Pro system. Thank you for your patience. ST Original post December 6, 2018 Hi Everyone, Please do not update the Bose Connect App to version 7.0 if you are running IOS (iPad, iPhone) We have identified an issue affecting connectivity of the Bose...
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BLUETOOTH WITH L1 COMPACT

TequilaTom ·
Greetings all, is it possible to Bluetooth the L1 compact to the S1 Pro using the Soundtouch wireless Link Adapter? Basically take the output of the L1 into the Soundtouch adapter and then connect via Bluetooth to be able to use the S1 as a remote speaker???
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Connect Music Player via Bluetooth - 2 Speaker System

Mike 9 ·
Is it possible to connect a music player device (example: iPod) to a two speaker system via blue tooth?
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Bluetooth transmitter solution - for T1 to S1 Pro

hoohaa1 ·
Looking to purchase an S1 Pro. I already have an L1 Model 2 that has really been a game changer for me the last few years. What I'm looking for advice on is a way to extend the coverage of my L1 on occasions wirelessly to the S1 Pro. I can obviously do this with a cable, but seeing as the S1 Pro has bluetooth - can anyone recommend a simple solution that I can connect the master from my T1 tonematch to transmit the same signal to the S1 Pro - say at the other end of room for coverage? I've...
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T1 Tonematch and iPad Pro 2018 USB-C

TheLoungeSinger ·
Hi, Glad to be part of the community here. I've been searching everywhere to find some information about this but have been unsuccessful. I currently run my iPad 2 (old school!!) into my T1 Tonematch using a "Golden Gate" 30 pin to stereo RCA cable. I'm looking at getting a new 2018 iPad Pro with USB-C and was wondering the best method to connect this up the the Tonematch. Does anyone have any experience with plugging the iPad directly into the USB-B port on the the T1. Is there such a lead...
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No Bluetooth connection when on Battery power

sa27 ·
Hi, After picking up my S1 today i was keen to see what it could do, charged it up and with power cable attached i connected it to bluetooth......worked fine, sounded great. But...........as soon as i disconnected the power cable the bluetooth sound disappeared. If i powered down, then powered up again the blutooth is unresponsive with the button not even lighting up, not even flashing to pair even after holding it down for the usual 2secs. if i reconnect the power cable bluetooth button...
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Is this a bug in the App, S1, both or is this how it's supposed to work?

DavidE2 ·
I used two S1s at my gig last weekend and ran in stereo through the app. I played music from my iPhone, which was connected via Bose Connect. I set the bluetooth speaker volumes the same and their volume was equal. I ran two mics and an acoustic guitar through my T1 mixer, then trs from the T1 to the first S1 and then TRS from the output of the first S1 to the second. HOWEVER, when I turned the channel 1 volume up on the first S1, the volume of bluetooth music on the second S1 got much...
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Headphone to feed Bluetooth bluetooth

TURNERSTUDIO ·
Is there too much latency issue with using "Headphone Out" to bluetooth transmitter and some wireless IEM's? It seems this would be an obvious benefit for those that want to use this type of monitoring system, especially when the L1 Model 2 is out in front of the performer due to necessary physicality arrangement of the venue and you cannot hear yourself well at all. I am currently trying this. Has Bose not not considered this. It is right down their engineering demographic and I think they...
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Bose Connect App

Mike 9 ·
Does the Bose connect app include EQ adjustments for the 3rd (bluetooth) channel? If not, are there plans to add this feature?
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Re: Connecting two L1 compact

Dr. J ·
Hello I'm not 100% sure that he's doing it wrong; but what I can tell you is i use the following configuration and it works Great! Refer to: http://toonz.ca/bose/wiki/inde...=Compact_Daisy_Chain This site is a great resource......Good Luck
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Re: Connecting two L1 compact

ST ·
Hi Proxykiller, Thank you for joining the Bose Pro Portable PA Community. Here's how to connect two L1® Compacts. Click the picture below to see more details. In the video you mentioned, the fellow is making the connection from the first L1® Compact line out to the second L1® Compact channel 1. This is not recommended because this will run the signal on the second L1® Compact through the ToneMatch microphone preset. You want to connect to the second L1® Compact through channel 2 with the...
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Re: Connecting two L1 compact

Proxykiller ·
Re: Connecting two L1 compact
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Re: Connecting two L1 compact

ST ·
Hi Proxykiller. I would use a wired connection. ST
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Re: Si Pro out directly into Analog input of a L1 model 1S with B1 Bass

Ric ·
Use an EQ pedal such as the Boss GE7 or the Behringer EQ700.
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Re: Bluetooth adapter

Andy 5 ·
Following! Would also be interested for between sets
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Re: Bluetooth adapter

Chet ·
Do you mean a bluetooth receiver that will input into a channel on the T4s? If so there are a bunch of them at about $20-30. search "Bluetooth Receiver" They usually terminate in a 1/8" Stereo TRS connector so you may have to get a 1/8" female to 1/4" adapter to input into channel 5 or 6.
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Re: Bluetooth adapter

Ric ·
Search BLUETOOTH AUDIO ADAPTER. There are various levels of quality among these adaptors and they would be plugged into channel(s) 5/6 on the T4S.
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Re: Bluetooth adapter

csmith ·
Thanks for the replies. I have found numerous possibilities. Bose (of course), Sonos, Harman Kardon, etc. Just wondering if anyone has used something they were pleased with. Especially with the audio quality. Thanks again
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Re: Bluetooth adapter

Chet ·
I've used a HomeSpot NFC-Enabled Bluetooth Audio Receiver -- output is 2 RCA which I get into my mixer's 1/4" TRS Stereo input using an adapter... QSC Touchmix Mixer... Sounds ok...
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Re: Bluetooth adapter

Ric ·
https://www.bose.com/en_us/sup...h-audio-adapter.html Here's some pics of a cheap one I bought on sale several years back. It's less than 2" square and about 3/4" high. On one side there is a factory reset button, as it can only be paired to one device. A very tiny power switch and a Micro USB jack that both powers the unit and also charges the internal LiPo battery for up to 15 hours without having to recharge. I got mine at a coupon code sale at a local electronics retailer for $15.,...
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Re: Bluetooth adapter

Louis ·
Bluetooth? I just bought an L1 1S/T1 and already had a Bluetooth receiver from my older system that worked great then but with Bose being so high end and all, you could hear a lot of noise. The model was an older model with 2.00 Bluetooth compatibility. Hoping that newer technology (4.1) would remedy the problem, I bought a new UGREEN with a lithium rechargeable battery providing power to the unit for about 10 hours. Smaller package and no more expensive than a good regular cable, it WORKED...
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Re: Bluetooth adapter

Stan the Saxman ·
I just got the Switchcraft 318BT AudioStix. It is phantom powered, Bluetooth 4.0 with an XLR output. I use an IPad for backing tracks. After it's linked the first time it will link automatically when powered. I plug it into channel 4 and have had good results so far on three gigs. I will be using it on four gigs this week.
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Re: Bluetooth Low-latency: a suggested Answer

Ric ·
Nice solution, for those that stream instruments and vocals, Tim. I'm still old school and prefer cables. I'll have to check out some of the gear you mentioned. I know a local that uses a Behringer X Air mixer and they have issues with connectivity. I see one of those Roland interface units online for $80.
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Re: Bluetooth Low-latency: a suggested Answer

Ric ·
That Avantree Oasis Plus long range transmitter and receiver looks like something I might try.
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Re: Bluetooth Low-latency: a suggested Answer

DannyGsKaraoke ·
I am looking for a reasonably priced bluetooth receivers for my system. Was considering the Bose Soundtouch Bluetooth adapter but can't find any info on it being low latency. Presently have the Alto Bluetooth adapter but they are definitely not low latency . Maybe usable for playing from a smartphone but vocals being delayed is a no go for me as I do karaoke.
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Re: L1 Compact Output to Wireless/Bluetooth Ear Monitors

Stephen ·
I would use a small mixer and feed everything into that and send an out from that to each Compact rather than daisy chain. You then have an Aux out on your mixer to feed whichever channels you want into your monitor, being in ear of floor monitor
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Re: L1 Compact Output to Wireless/Bluetooth Ear Monitors

Dr. J ·
Thank You Stephen - I thought about the Mixer route - will revisit that thought; thanks again.
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Re: L1 Compact Output to Wireless/Bluetooth Ear Monitors

DJ Erv ·
A music store suggested a bluetooth transmitter and earbuds for monitoring? Do their employees actually gig? We've tested it out and even with APTX bluetooth, you still get an unacceptable delay for monitoring live sound. Bluetooth is good for backing tracks. Good wireless In-Ear Monitors will cost you more than an S1 Pro. Cheaper would be get a small mixer and plug some wired in-ears into them. We mainly DJ but we also do a lot of sound reinforcement for conferences, schools, and occasional...
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Re: L1 Compact Output to Wireless/Bluetooth Ear Monitors

Jeff K ·
Our acoustic trio is left-right lead vox, cajon+vox, guitar+vox. We run a small Mackie ProFX mixer into two L1 Compacts (Mackie Left/Right XLR outputs to Left & Right L1 Compacts via Balanced 1/4" inputs, ToneMatch off). A couple of notes: The L1 Compact has near 180 degree coverage and are actually designed to be *behind* the performer, maybe off to the side a hair, so in your setup your mic may be to close to the sides of the L1's and causing the feedback. We've always had our L1's...
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Re: L1 Compact Output to Wireless/Bluetooth Ear Monitors

Dr. J ·
Thank You All for the suggestions; feedback etc. I will try the speaker placement as Jeff suggested failing that I'm sure a small mixer would also help.
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Re: L1 Compact Output to Wireless/Bluetooth Ear Monitors

Dr. J ·
Update: continued my research concluded the following re: Mixer the L1 Compact already has a pre-amp when using the XLR Mic Input with Treble and Bass Gain My Mic (Shure SM58) signal is coming from my TC-Halicon Harmony Singer (also has Gain and internal Tone) Will still receive a "Mono" sound if the L/R out from small mixer is directed to Each L1 Compact separately That all being said; a small mixer would still provide "some" control during performance (although I ONLY increase gain on the...
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Re: L1 Compact Output to Wireless/Bluetooth Ear Monitors

Dr. J ·
One other question - to Avoid Daisy Chain of the 2 L1 Compacts. I can connect the keyboard L & R to the 1/4 input to each of the 2 L1 Compacts I can connect the Phones Out of my Keyboard to the Instrument in of the TC Halicon Harmony singer Question: can i use a XLR Splitter from the TC Halicon XLR Out to go to Each XLR Li Compact's? The result would be L&R from Keyboard to each L1 Compact and TC Halicon XLR Split to each L1 Compact
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Re: L1 Compact Output to Wireless/Bluetooth Ear Monitors

Jeff K ·
Hi J, see my bulleted responses below: "Update: continued my research concluded the following re: Mixer" the L1 Compact already has a preamp when using the XLR Mic Input with Treble and Bass Gain Yes, this is true, but it's an overall EQ, nothing you can really use to dial out offending feedback frequencies. My Mic (Shure SM58) signal is coming from my TC-Helicon Harmony Singer (also has Gain and internal Tone) Yes, but again, not meant for feedback control. The mic output is also still mic...
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Re: L1 Compact Output to Wireless/Bluetooth Ear Monitors

ST ·
Hi Dr J Wow - what a great discussion. You've been getting lots of great input. Your signal chain includes the Please try disabling the "Tone" feature. I have found it can work wonders or cause feedback. Most of the time, the latter. Cheers, ST
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Re: L1 Compact Output to Wireless/Bluetooth Ear Monitors

Dr. J ·
Excellent - I will try and advise - Thanks again
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Re: L1 Compact Output to Wireless/Bluetooth Ear Monitors

Dr. J ·
Ok wanted to update this discussion after all the help and excellent suggestions etc. I performed yesterday and tried the XLR splitter > Out from TC Halicon Harmony singer directly into each L1 Compact and the Keyboard L/R 1/4 directly into each L1 Compact.......It worked without any issues. I only adjusted the Gain (down) on the Harmony Singer - but left on the "bright"....next time will make the Harmony Singer "less bright". While I had no issues (fairly large room) I will rent a small...
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Re: L1 Compact Output to Wireless/Bluetooth Ear Monitors

Jeff K ·
Excellent! Glad to hear it performed better and the XLR splitter worked without issue. Regarding the mixer out, you can either either use the 1/4" or XLR Main outs to the Bose 1/4" inputs. Ideally you would use balanced cables: 1/4" TRS to TRS, or XLR to 1/4" TRS (which I use). You can use unbalanced 1/4" TS cables, i.e. a guitar or keyboard signal cable, but you would lose about 6dB in volume level, and if your cables are longer than 25' you may start to lose some highs. Jeff
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Re: L1 Compact Output to Wireless/Bluetooth Ear Monitors

Dr. J ·
Thanks Jeff for ALL your "input". FYI - this is what I sound like "direct" from L1 Compact RCA Out to Zoom H4n Recorded; No Effects - just as I sound Live with One L1 Compact https://youtu.be/Adqu1X2bbCk
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Re: L1 Compact Output to Wireless/Bluetooth Ear Monitors

Jeff K ·
Very cool I wanted to ask where you got your keyboard and freestanding banners at? We have a couple of 8"x10" logos we Velcro to the front of our L1's (below the speakers, of course, heehee) and one larger 2'x6'(ish) that we bought to hang behind us, but it's rare that we can actually hang that on the walls of where we play. Pretty much only works when we use a 10x10 canopy. I like the idea of the standup one you have. Thanks, Jeff
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Re: L1 Compact Output to Wireless/Bluetooth Ear Monitors

Dr. J ·
Hello Jeff I purchase all my 'marketing stuff" from Vista Print (.ca for Canada). Banner One 20 X 36 I used velcro to attached to a small metal rod (very light weight) which sits on the Mic/IPad Stand which attaches to the Quick Lok Keyboard Stand Vertical Banner is 30 X 72 the Metal Grommets are 'extra' but give you the option to hanging on a back drop etc I ordered the Banner Stand and use a couple small bags (filled with sand) when Outdoors In general it keeps "my branding" consistence...
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Re: L1 Compact Output to Wireless/Bluetooth Ear Monitors

Jeff K ·
Cool, we use them for our business cards, not sure if we got our current banner/cardboard panels from them but will take a look. As they're too big / too small many times I wanted to get a mid sized one like in front of your keyboard, probably a solid one to stand up down front as we don't have a handy keyboard stand...or keyboard The tall one would be good as well, larger and higher for viewing, but not so troublesome to find a place to put it up (and no worrying about tacking it to...
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Re: L1 Compact Output to Wireless/Bluetooth Ear Monitors

Dr. J ·
Update to my Post: 1. as previously mentioned - I tried the XLR splitter > Out from TC Halicon Harmony singer directly into each L1 Compact and the Keyboard L/R 1/4 directly into each L1 Compact.......It worked without any issues. I only adjusted the Gain (down) on the Harmony Singer - but left on the "bright"....next time will make the Harmony Singer "less bright". 2. I rented a small mixer and ran the setup Mic (TC Halicon Harmony Singer) to XLR Mic Input in Mixer, and Keyboard L/R 1/4...
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Re: L1 Compact Output to Wireless/Bluetooth Ear Monitors

Jeff K ·
Hey Doc, Really not that surprising when you think about is, as when you plugged the mic/Helicon into the XLR jacks on the L1c you had the benefit of Bose's ToneMatch that is automatically configured on that input for a vocal mic, whereas the 1/4" line input is not. While the 1/4" input does have a ToneMatch setting, it's designed around a guitar input (I'd be curious to hear how a keyboard sounds with the ToneMatch switch on, as keys and guitar occupy similar frequency ranges). You're...
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Re: L1 Compact Output to Wireless/Bluetooth Ear Monitors

Dr. J ·
Hi Jeff excellent suggestion; While the 1/4" input does have a ToneMatch setting, it's designed around a guitar input (I'd be curious to hear how a keyboard sounds with the ToneMatch switch on, as keys and guitar occupy similar frequency ranges). I have a gig tomorrow will report back....will use the "split XLR" configuration for the Mic and the keyboard to 1/4 with ToneMatch switched on. Thanks
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Re: L1 Compact Output to Wireless/Bluetooth Ear Monitors

Dr. J ·
Hi All update re: my last post yesterday... so today I performed using the following config as described above Mic Out from the TC Halicon Harmony Singer - Split XLR to Each L1 Compact XLR Input (L/R) - no issues once a adjusted the Gain down on the TC Halicon From my Keyboard L/R Out using unbalanced 1/4 into Each L1 Compact with ToneMatch switched on - Normally I would Not switch on the ToneMatch. Observation - there was a noticeable loss of the Low's and even some Gain through the 1/4...
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Re: L1 Compact Output to Wireless/Bluetooth Ear Monitors

ST ·
Hi Dr. J, Thanks for the detailed gig report and summary at the end. It sounds like you have things dialed in. I'm sure this will be helpful to others. Cheers! ST
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Re: L1 Compact Output to Wireless/Bluetooth Ear Monitors

Dr. J ·
Thanks ST
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Re: L1 Compact Output to Wireless/Bluetooth Ear Monitors

Dr. J ·
Here is a short demo of what my last configuration sounds like "live"....I noted a bit too my lows on the vocals - quick fix increase gain on TC Halicon Harmony Singer (Tone was left on) Anyway Thanks all. https://www.reverbnation.com/artist/video/15830064
 
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