Tagged With "Bluetooth"

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Connecting two L1 compact

Proxykiller ·
hi, i have one L1 compact and am using it basically for playing music in our outhouse bar, am thinking of buying another one and connect the two together to play music via bluetooth. While looking at a video on youtube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M00T0BVzjdQ&t=59s) i saw someone named tomorrowtech wrote that this guy is doing wrong and its gives mono output, guys help me out here to do a perfect setup with 2 L1 compact. thanks
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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 ·
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Re: Connecting two L1 compact

ST ·
Hi Proxykiller. I would use a wired connection. ST
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Re: My Bluetooth channel has serious dropout mid pot.

ST ·
Hi Gary10113, Hmmm. That doesn't sound good. Please try something - just to help us track down the issue. Turn up the Bluetooth source to one mark below 100% output. Then try changing the volume on the S1 Pro. Do you still have the same issue? Please tell us what you hear. If there's still a dropout, please call Bose Support and they will take care of you. Bose® Product & Technical Support at (877) 335-2673 (U.S. and Canada only) Monday-Friday: 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM ET Thanks, ST
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My Bluetooth channel has serious dropout mid pot.

gary10113 ·
My Bluetooth channel has serious dropout mid pot. Edit: This post has been moved from S1 Pro - noise when turning volume controls rapidly - originally posted March 24, 2018 @ 7:22 AM . -- ST
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Re: My Bluetooth channel has serious dropout mid pot.

ST ·
Hi Gary10113, Please call Bose Support tomorrow. They will help.. Bose® Product & Technical Support at (877) 335-2673 (U.S. and Canada only) Monday-Friday: 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM ET Thanks, ST Original time of message: 3/25/184:19 PM
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Re: My Bluetooth channel has serious dropout mid pot.

gary10113 ·
No I didn't ST, so what does that say? Original time of message: 3/25/183:15 PM
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Re: My Bluetooth channel has serious dropout mid pot.

gary10113 ·
no wait, still something going on Original time of message: 3/25/183:18 PM
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Bluetooth: not Bose Portable PA specific

Hugh O'Kelly ·
Yes,turn down the bass. Just a little eq would be nice $2 bluetooth is bad for you.
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Re: Bluetooth: not Bose Portable PA specific

Hugh O'Kelly ·
https://www.rfsafe.com/bluetoo...ell-phone-radiation/
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Re: Bluetooth: not Bose Portable PA specific

msp ·
thank you alex jones
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Re: Bluetooth: not Bose Portable PA specific

Hugh O'Kelly ·
You are very welcome. There are so many things lately that make us ill.Just imagine living underneath an electricity pylon. Smart meters a very bad too. Microwave ovens, very bad .
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Re: Bluetooth: not Bose Portable PA specific

Bose Pro Community Admin ·
This community is dedicated to discussions about Bose Pro Portable PA. This discussion is not. Closing this now. Bose Pro Community Admin
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Re: Using the S1 Pro with Bose Connect App

jbarner20 ·
I have notifications set to show new threads etc. and I literally have missed it due is all being bombarded by the free backpack thread I’m sure lol. So again thank you! It was also nice to see the auto EQ diagrams to get an idea of what is changed in the different positions. It made me sad the one I’m concerned about the most wasn’t shown, tripod mode 😔. Im assuming party mode is just the fancy way of saying two Bluetooth speakers can stream at the same time like JBL and their line of...
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Re: Using the S1 Pro with Bose Connect App

TheFocusElf ·
No worries friend - I always worry about posting links and messages like that because I don't want to appear to be one of those eye-rollers. I actually missed the Bose Connect integration in the video, so I was incredibly curious after I saw your message as I had not seen the others originally either. I flipped through the (albeit brief) manual cover to cover, seeing scant reference to setup in there, and then happened upon the post above. Hopefully the feature set will be implemented soon,...
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Using the S1 Pro with Bose Connect App

jbarner20 ·
I stumbled upon a YouTube video uploaded by Bose Professional showcasing the S1 and at the end the guy demonstrates using the S1 with the mobile Bose Connect app for mono or stereo Bluetooth streaming. I cannot find my S1s using the app and the S1 isn’t even listed as a supported device within the app. Has anyone seen this and figured it out? Here’s a link to the YouTube video: https://youtu.be/C1NaRpSrxLA
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Re: Using the S1 Pro with Bose Connect App

jbarner20 ·
Thank you, I guess I missed that topic!
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Re: Using the S1 Pro with Bose Connect App

TheFocusElf ·
I found a fellow user who asked the same question JB about the Bose Connect App, and if you don't click the link which was answered by a Bose community manager, the feature set described by you and the video, will be included in a firmware update released at a TBD time in the future . You can of course see one of the earlier posts yourself at the following link: https://www.bosepro.community/...e/topic/bose-connect
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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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Si Pro out directly into Analog input of a L1 model 1S with B1 Bass

Louis ·
I'm a retired full time one-man band musician now doing small gigs with karaoke arrangements. I NOW use the Bose S1 Pro as my Bluetooth and mike input branching out to a 200 watts sub crossovered to an 260 watts Alto 10" or 2. Impressed by the easy setup, I almost bought the Bose L1 Model 1S with the B1 Bass module due to the easy and rapid installation but since there is no EQ and it's REALLY expensive, I'm not sure. I'm trying to reduce setup time drastically and want to eliminate...
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Re: Using the S1 Pro with Bose Connect App

ST ·
Hi John, There will be an update to the Bose Connect app soon and this will add the screens I showed in my post above. Yes, you will probably need to update the firmware in the S1 Pro you got without the battery. The one that came with the battery included my not need the firmware update. When the firmware update is available, you'll need a USB cable. We'll publish instructions soon. Does that help? ST
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Re: Using the S1 Pro with Bose Connect App

John Ronna ·
Hi ST. This thread is a little confusing. I have the Bose Connect App, and it does not include any party mode or reference to S1's. Are you showing us proto type screens above of a new app to be released? Will there be a firmware update needed to accomplish streaming to a stereo pair of S1's?
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Re: Using the S1 Pro with Bose Connect App

ST ·
Hi jbarner20, Let's have a party. Two ways Two S1 Pro systems playing mono (left and right summed to mono) OR Two S1 Pro systems, one playing left, one playing right. ST EDIT - PS - these screen shots are from a new version of the Bose Connect app - coming soon.
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Re: Using the S1 Pro with Bose Connect App

Marty Cansler ·
Hi ST, thanks for the updates. What will usIng this app allow us to do that we can’t already do with our standard Bluetooth connection?
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Re: Using the S1 Pro with Bose Connect App

ST ·
Hi Marty, You will be able to have two S1 Pro systems playing Bluetooth from a single Bluetooth device. That Bluetooth device must be running the Bose Connect App (IOS or Android). You can choose between running both S1 Pro systems running mono (Left plus Right mixed down to mono) or have one S1 Pro playing the Left side of the stereo signal and the other S1 Pro playing the Right side of the stereo signal. Without the Bose Connect app, you can connect only one S1 Pro to a sound source. ST
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Re: Using the S1 Pro with Bose Connect App

Kevin Salyer ·
Will this replicate what connecting two S1Pros with a cable currently does? I use backing tracks and a wireless mic, so will connecting the two units with the app project from channel 3 (bluetooth) *AND* channels 1/2? Or, is this simply for bluetooth playback only? Thanks for your help and clarification.
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Re: Using the S1 Pro with Bose Connect App

ST ·
Hi Kevin, No. Bluetooth only. The big feature is being able to play music from a device running the Bose Connect App to two S1 Pros. It does not affect S1 Pro channels 1 and 2. ST
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Bluetooth IEM?

Tim-MK ·
Interesting that the Bose Connect app can connect two channels, eg: S1 Pro and Bose Earphones, could this be a solution for In Ear Monitoring? My concern, for anything other than streaming backing tracks and playing along live via the S1 Pro XLR/Jack inputs, would be the standard Bluetooth latency. For example if I used the iPad/iPhone apps for the guitar and voice effects then the 200ms delay from strum-to-sound would render it useless.. But I see the Bose QuietControl 30 earphones have the...
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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

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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Bluetooth adapter

csmith ·
Apologies if this question has been posted. I found nothing when searching... I haven’t posted in awhile. New format is interesting. I have an L1S and just purchased the T4s. I would like to get a Bluetooth adapter to play from my phone or laptop, away from the system. I realize quality will be diminished somewhat. Any suggestions or is someone using a unit they would recommend? Thanks.
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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

Andy 5 ·
Following! Would also be interested for between sets
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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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Bluetooth Low-latency: a suggested Answer

Tim-MK ·
Bluetooth Low-Latency - a possible Answer? Everyone's excited about the Bluetooth on their S1 Pro kit but beware: standard Bluetooth has severe latency around 200ms making it suitable only for streaming backing tracks and NOT for live interactive playing of an instrument via a mobile device app. ANSWER: use a couple of aptX devices to get unnoticeable delays. I use two Avantree (Saturn Pro) devices, these are battery powered with 3.5mm Stereo connections. One set as transmit (TX) and one set...
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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: Bluetooth on Aux input sensitivity

Dance Host ·
Thanks ST. I will get into the update soon. I'll keep you posted. I do wonder if I will run into any difficulty by having apps Bose Connect and JBL Connect on my phone. I sometimes operate JBL Xtremes from my phone. For that, they recommend the phone to be at 70%.
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Re: Bluetooth on Aux input sensitivity

ST ·
Hi Dance Host, We recommend that you set the volume on the Bluetooth source device at about 70-80% (or a notch down from full). This seems to work well for most people. You can't change the sensitivity to the the Bluetooth signal on the S1 Pro system, however you can change the volume that you hear using the Bose Connect App. The volume control on the Bose Connect app displays the volume as a percentage of the volume on the physical control on the S1 Pro system. This means - if you set your...
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Bluetooth on Aux input sensitivity

Dance Host ·
Please put this in the correct slot. The Bluetooth on the S1 Pro is too sensitive. It reacts optimally when the phone is set at about 20% volume. Industry standard for phones is around 70% for the phone setting. The 70% works with other Bluetooth systems. This really can get you in trouble in switching from system to system. Is there an adjustment for the S1 Pro to be less sensitive and uniform with other systems when using Bluetooth?
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Re: Bluetooth on Aux input sensitivity

Dance Host ·
I went through the procedure and think all is a go. Now I can turn my volume to 70% via Bose Connect or the volume control on my phone. I can adjust up or down either way. Now with the source (phone) volume at 70%, I can still only turn the S1 volume up two notches - the way the knob is, 10 o'clock is off and 12 o'clock gives full volume with the phone at 70%. Granted before this happened with the phone at 20%. Now 3 o'clock is where the S1 volume control notches, yet the knob will still...
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Re: Bluetooth on Aux input sensitivity

ST ·
Hi Dance Host, Thanks for the update. There are so many places where you can add or remove gain, it's not easy to establish what is normal or expected. In these situations, we raise and lower the volume with the most convenient control (on the Bluetooth device, in an app, the physical control on the S1 Pro). This is one of those situations where it's easier to use our ears instead of our eyes. ST
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Re: Bluetooth on Aux input sensitivity

Dance Host ·
I figured the app and update would give me a change, like the S1 in the middle in its slot, around 2 o'clock, with the phone at 70%. Are you saying you don't have perceived positions for the units? Actually, the app doesn't seem too stable. cutting in and out some. I use the S1 for karaoke and the app does not show the lyrics or song information other than title. Granted you can change the volume with the app, but like I say it doesn't work for karaoke. I toggled to party mode and can't get...
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