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Bose S1 Pro

Designed for musicians, DJs and general PA use, the S1 Pro is the ultimate all-in-one PA, floor monitor and practice amplifier that's ready to be your go-anywhere Bluetooth music system for nearly any occasion. 

This is the place to discuss the S1 Pro system.

Overall, I love the S1 Pro as I am putting it through the paces.  One thing I do notice is regardless of settings or placement, there is a slight "noise trail" at the end of audio, like some sort of compression or gate is releasing.  Is the auto adjusting eq or some sort of internal processing set so that is slowly releases the signal ?  I've tried all inputs and it seems consistent.

Thanks for any feedback or input.


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Hi noizyb,

Welcome to the Bose Portable PA Community.

noizyb posted:

Overall, I love the S1 Pro as I am putting it through the paces. 

Congratulations on getting your S1 Pro.

One thing I do notice is regardless of settings or placement, there is a slight "noise trail" at the end of audio, like some sort of compression or gate is releasing.  Is the auto adjusting eq or some sort of internal processing set so that is slowly releases the signal ?

No.

  I've tried all inputs and it seems consistent.

I don't recall having heard something like this. I just hooked up a microphone and listened closely. I didn't hear any thing like what you described.



Thanks for any feedback or input.


What are you using for a signal source?

How loud are you running the system?

Can you give us a recording of what you're hearing?

Thanks,

ST

 Hi Guys,

I wonder if the "trail" is reverb? I use minimal reverb, set at about 9:00 on the vocal channel, maybe a little more on the guitar. If I am not paying attention sometimes it gets pushed up a little in transport or at the gig handling and I will notice the reverb at the end of a line or a vocal pause.

For me it is workable with a little more while singing, but not if I am talking between songs.

Turn the reverb completely down and see if the "trail" goes away.

Just a thought.

O..

 

It's not reverb, that's zeroed out.  I notice it on direct connection of a Taylor 214CE, and also Line6 HX Stomp (clean tones), and also on direct mic connections, (regardless of settings or any tonematch options).
I'm running the system at about 11 o'clock ?
I've experimented with various gain stages to see if it makes a difference, but it doesn't seem to ?

Given the time, I'll try to capture a video snippet of it.  Again I qualify that it's not overwhelming, but I'm a 35-year semi pro audio guy, so sometimes the little things grate.   

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