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Re: S1 Pro Firmware update problem - USB cable

ST ·
Hi Nova, I'm sorry you had trouble doing the firmware update. I'm glad you found the solution. Thanks for the warning. I'm sure others will find this helpful. To All: If you use a PC or Mac you can go to the Bose Device Updater site at http://btu.bose.com to update your S1 Pro system. Follow the prompts on the screen and you will be asked to connect your S1 Pro system to the computer using a USB cable. If the Bose Device Updater does not recognize your S1 Pro system, then try a different...
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S1 Pro Firmware update problem - USB cable

Nova ·
I had great problems updating. It turned out to be the USB cable. Some cables are not standard, this is common in cables that are shipped with items for charging that don’t require data transfer. Edit title: Previously 'Firm Wear Update Problem"
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Re: Choosing a sub for the S1

Ric ·
Any of the Ampeg BA series amps are excellent choices as powered sub woofers for The Bose S1 Pro. Even the $99 buck Ampeg BA 108 has superior acoustical output and will not bottom out at the lowest frequencies. It also has a tilt back feature like the Bose S1 Pro. Two of these tilted back would cover a very large room, with two Bose S1 Pro's. They have 60 degree coverage each and one could easily get 150 degree coverage out of two of them overlapping at the right angles with clean and floor...
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Re: Choosing a sub for the S1

DJ Erv ·
I would probably not want to mix Behringer with Bose. IMO Behringer is entry level. I own a rental company with mainly EV, Bose, QSC, and JBL speakers. You have Bose, stay with quality throughout.
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Re: Choosing a sub for the S1

Simon Patrick ·
Thanks Michael! That sub looks like it would match the S1 very nicely. Impressive reviews.
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Re: Choosing a sub for the S1

Michael M ·
I don’t have any experience with sub woofers (I’m a magician) but I’ve been tempted to try this one with my S1 Pro: https://www.sweetwater.com/sto...ch-powered-subwoofer
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Re: Choosing a sub for the S1

ST ·
Hi Ric, Looking at the Ampeg website and the Ampeg BA108 Owners Manual The 60-degree specification refers to the monitoring angle, not the horizontal coverage. Bass frequencies tend to be omnidirectional (unless you are using bass arrays and digital signal processing - not applicable here). ST
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Re: Choosing a sub for the S1

DJ Erv ·
I use an EV ZXA1 12" Sub with my L1 Compacts for small events. I have a pair of S1's coming in next week. When they come in I'll test it out with the sub. It might actually be better with the S1s because I should be able to roll off the bass from the S1s rather than have to add a crossover.
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Re: Choosing a sub for the S1

Simon Patrick ·
Will do!
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Re: Choosing a sub for the S1

Michael M ·
Please post your results if you try it out.
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Re: Choosing a sub for the S1

Simon Patrick ·
Yes a second S1 worked well also. Just thinking a bit more low end clear punch might lend itself well. Maybe not. Maybe I will rent a small sub and experiment a bit. Thanks Chet!
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Re: Choosing a sub for the S1

Simon Patrick ·
Wow! Thanks ST. Lots of gold nuggets in this thread.
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Re: Choosing a sub for the S1

Chet 3 ·
Interesting. I've found that I have to roll of the bass on my 2 S1s for most rooms... Maybe a 2nd S1 instead of a sub?
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Re: Choosing a sub for the S1

ST ·
Hi Simon Patrick, Check out this discussion. S1 Pros as Front of House with F1 Subwoofer Cheers, ST
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Choosing a sub for the S1

Simon Patrick ·
Thinking of possibly buying a sub for my S1. What are the minimum specs/power on a sub that would be well matched to the S1? Are there any specific subs that would be recommended for the S1? I am not in need of a lot of low end but would like to experiment with a sub to see how it affects my overall sound. Thanks in advance.
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Re: Choosing a sub for the S1

Ric ·
The monitor angle has more to do with throw over the heads of the audience. I own one of the older versions and stack a couple of books under it for the same effect. While it's true high frequency tones are more directional, bass can also be diminished firing directly through a crowd. This is especially true with lower wattage bass amps. An active crossover would also help.
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Just Received my S1 Pro

sparkysings ·
I'm a happy Bose user. I do 20+ solo gigs a month with acoustic guitar and vocals and use a Plat Acoustic for some vocal harmonies I'm in my 5th year and started off with the AER Compact 60 on a microphone stand and loved it. It sounded natural, clear and carried surprisingly well with lots of power. About 2 years in I had an opportunity to pick up a L1 Compact at a good price and started using that. I hated the preset and found it was really hard to dial in a good sound, so I had to use an...
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Re: Just Received my S1 Pro

ST ·
Hi Sparkysings, Thank you for joining the Bose Pro Portable Community and congratulations on getting your S1 Pro. I appreciate getting to know you through your history. You're all set for Bose gear aren't you. Thanks for the sound review with your Martin OM-28 Marquis and a Collings OM1. What kind of microphone are you using? Sure, gain is gain anywhere in the chain. As long as you're not clipping the input on the S1 Pro, you should be fine. ST
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Re: Just Received my S1 Pro

ST ·
Hi SparkySings, Thanks for telling us about your microphone. Given your choice in guitars I imagined you to have a discerning ear. Is it fair to say that you're happy with the Heil PR35 through the ToneMatch Preset on the S1 Pro? Please tell us about it here: What microphone are you using with your S1 Pro system? Thanks, ST
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Re: Just Received my S1 Pro

sparkysings ·
I'm still tweaking it, but it sounds excellent either with the preset, or flat and adjusting the EQ. I have a month off due to some surgery which gives me ample opportunity to experiment. I'm going to see what it sounds like with the T1, but in a sense that defeats the ultra portability of the S1 Pro. But, curiosity...... On another note, I tried the Loudbox Mini Charge just to see how it compared and although the Mini sounded good, it didn't have the rich vocal and natural guitar sound of...
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Re: Just Received my S1 Pro

DJ Polley ·
I logged 20+ hours on the S1 Pro this weekend. It did an excellent job for small venues. I use Shure SM58 mics for karaoke. I ran the system via Bluetooth and wireless mics. Sure was nice not to have any wires! This was a trial weekend and it passed the test and almost paid for itself.
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S1 Pro Review

saxman ·
I have had my S1 Pro now for 3mths and thought I would post my thoughts. Postive points Well Made ( looks expensive) Portable easy to cary and move about Battery life very good Sound very clear and ample volume for small gigs and busking Bose after care very good The updater app is good for keeping the system unto date Negitives Playing backing tracks a lot a bass with no option to reduce this. This channel only as volume. Not sure if the the sound really changes that much on a stand or...
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Re: S1 Pro Review

ST ·
Hi Saxman, Thank you for posting your review. It's always great to get customer's real-world experiences and impressions. Let me pick up on a couple of your comments. This is how the S1 Pro system is supposed to work. Without the Automatic EQ, when you move the S1 Pro system from a speaker stand to the floor, it would sound overly bassy. This is because of the boundary effect . Auto EQ is not meant to change the sound because you've changed the placement of the S1 Pro, it's meant to give you...
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What are you plugging into your S1 Pro system

ST ·
Hi What are you plugging into your S1 Pro system? What do you hear? We've already got other discussions for Microphones your are using with the S1 Pro system S1 Pro system with Guitar Amp Modellers
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Re: What are you plugging into your S1 Pro system

ST ·
I'll start. I've got a few big jazz boxes around here. They sound wonderful through the S1 Pro. Big, round, full, with just the right sweetness in the top end. Hint: Try your jazz guitar with the ToneMatch Preset off and roll off the bass a bit. The ToneMatch Preset for Acoustic Guitar rolls some low end and that is appropriate, but for my jazz guitars, that removes character. Turning off the Preset and roll off the bass and it's good. If you're close to the S1 Pro or playing at higher...
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Solo - PhilipNZ

ST ·
Hi PhilipNZ, Thanks for using The Sketcher! This is just a quick note to send you a link to your Sketch in case you want to review it, edit it, or share it with others. -- click image to make changes to the live version -- Legend: L1® Model II or L1® Model 1S T1 ToneMatch® audio engine L1® Compact S1 Pro system
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S1 Pro and the flash mob

ST ·
An S1 Pro owner shared this with me. And with his permission, here it is. Enjoy, ST
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FInally got to test the S1 Pro

Enrico ·
Finally I get to test the Bose S1 pro. Im using two bose s1 pro daisy chained and connect to T1 tonematch i posted a video
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Re: FInally got to test the S1 Pro

ST ·
Hey Enrico, Thank you for joining the Bose Pro Portable PA Community. How large is the room where you were performing? Greetings from the left coast! ST
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How far does the S1 pro cover in a venue?

Vintage Vibes ·
How far does the s1 pro cover in a venue? Edit title: Previously "Coverage"
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Re: How far does the S1 pro cover in a venue?

ST ·
Hi Vintage Vibes, This depends on the size and shape of the room, how much background noise there is, and how you have the S1 Pro positioned (Tilt-back, Horizontal, on a speaker stand). You'll get the best projection when you have it at or above ear-height on a speaker stand. Please tell us about the places where you are (or will be) using your S1 Pro. Thanks. ST PS - did you see the reply to your question Connect Behringer 1002 b to S1 pro
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Re: S1 vs. T8s: Accoustic gitar presets

ST ·
Hi Ketil, Thank you for joining the Bose Portable PA Community. Here's a link to the Presets equivalents: S1 Pro ToneMatch® Presets Does that help? ST
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Re: Can I run a small mixer into the S1 pro

Israel Moncayo ·
Hi @ROBC14 yes you can, remember the eq switch in off position in any channel. You should calibrate the input gain. In your mixer 0db (analogue mixer) or -24dBFS +/- (digital mixer) is the green LED in the S1 Pro. The clip (red led) in hour mixer have to be the same (red led) in the S1 Pro. Best regards!
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Can I run a small mixer into the S1 pro

ROBC14 ·
I'm in a duo with two vocals and a guitar. Can I use a small mixer to add inputs to the S1 Pro?
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Re: Can I run a small mixer into the S1 pro

ST ·
Hi Everyone, You can use a mixer to share the presets on the S1 Pro. Click the pictures for more details. Mixer to Share Presets on the S1 Pro ST
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Re: Bose S1 Pro System

ST ·
Hi MCG, The Bose S1 Pro is more portable than the L1® Compact. It has three channels, reverb, and Bluetooth connectivity for backing tracks. It also functions in three different positions. The L1 Compact is louder and will project farther than the Bose S1 Pro. This is partly because the L1® Compact has a built-in stand (the extensions), and more drivers in the articulated array. The L1® Compact is likely a better choice for an audience of 100 people. That's not to say that S1 Pro couldn't do...
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Re: Bose S1 Pro System

Paul Rumbol ·
Bose aren't very helpful when giving specs on how loud their products are. I have an L1 +B2 & people always ask me, how many watts is your PA? I can only reply 'hopefully loud enough'. I suspect that the S1 Pro will struggle outside, volume wise.
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Re: Bose S1 Pro System

scottcald ·
As far as the S1 Pro, I do wish they'd publish SOME kind of guidance about size of audience, wattage, etc. Even though it was hidden, you can find that info on the L1. (130 for the Compact and 500 for the L1 MII) I'd also love to see a compact with a little more power (200 watts) and bluetooth input as well.
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Re: Bose S1 Pro System

stos2 ·
Well, as a big Bose fan and one who has defended Bose against the Bose-bashers with facts and experience, I have to say I am somewhat disappointed at the S1 Pro (and the new Tonematches as well, but that's another post). I own a L1M2 w/2 B1s, a Compact and two T1's. I play in a duo as well as a 5- piece blues band, and use the L1s for both, and love it. We often use a Behringer powered sub for a little extra thump. My duo partner also has a Compact and T1, with a little coaxing from me.
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Re: Bose S1 Pro System

ST ·
Hi Scottcald, Here's a work in progress. Bose S1 Pro compared to Bose L1® Compact You'll find the sound pressure level and dispersion characteristics in the table on the linked page. It's difficult to do a comparison with respect to the number of people in the audience - especially because the dispersion is different and you have so many combinations of doing things. The S1 Pro is available now and I'm sure people will start coming here to talk about how it performs in various settings.
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Re: Bose S1 Pro System

ST ·
Hi Stos2, Thanks for weighing in. It's nice to see you again. I see you've posted in this thread too: Bose ToneMatch® mixers T8S and T4S I'll catch up with you there soon. Bose worked with lots of musicians during the development of the S1 Pro to engineer a product that would deliver value, especially where portability was a key requirement. It sounds like you are well served by your L1 Compacts, and working at the outer edges of its capabilities. I understand why the S1 Pro is not the...
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Re: Bose S1 Pro System

Algis ·
Here is Your information about Bose L1 + B2 : https://assets.bose.com/conten...et/tds_l1_model2.pdf
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Re: Bose S1 Pro System

Algis ·
Here is Your information about Bose L1 + B2 : https://assets.bose.com/conten...et/tds_l1_model2.pdf
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Re: Bose S1 Pro System

Seagullman ·
Hi Algis, thanks for posting the link to the Bose specs for the L1 + B2 combination. It does say how many watts the system has, but if he/you read what's in the links I put up earlier today you can see that the wattage doesn't really say much on its own. For the 250W high/mid + the 250W low end the Model II can certainly cover an extremely large area. Not deafeningly loud, but who really wants that anyway? For busking purposes you don't really need to be terrifically loud. In most countries...
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Re: Bose S1 Pro System

Algis ·
Yes You are right, because L1 sound field area is 180 degrees & frequency response is more linear. It's more difficult to compare to other type of speakers. I only show where to find Bose equipment specifications.. I'm using Bose L1 II , Bose monitors 310 series , T1 mixers , Bose F1 system & A1 amplifiers . I'm not complain to anything . If people need some specifications , they will find if really need .
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Re: Bose S1 Pro System

ST ·
The S1 Pro Specifications <---
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Re: Bose S1 Pro System

ST ·
Here's a snapshot comparison of the L1® Compact and the S1 Pro system. Source: 2018 Pro Portable Family Brochure ST
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Re: Bose S1 Pro System

ST ·
Check out the S1 Pro in this video with Luke from Bose
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Re: Bose S1 Pro System

Oldghm ·
The S1 is a great design. I love the look and the possibilities. This may bring more Bose exposure to the public than any thing else in this portable pro series. Now, Imagine it with a 10 inch woofer (or B1 capability regardless of size) and 5 or 6 of the small transducers and the array being removable with extensions ala Compact, same S1 shape, multiple setup positions, keep the pole mount and 4 channels with blue tooth, phantom power and a ToneMatch port. No Battery on this one. O..
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Re: Bose S1 Pro System

Cuki79 ·
Bose L1 compact has input gain up to +40dB on the mic input +24 dB on the jack input Does anyone know for the Bose S1 pro? Cuki
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