Discussions about the Bose S1 Pro system

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.

S1Pro with Battery Powered Wireless Mic

A couple of quick pics from a recent gig. Audience of 50 in a small auditorium (dig that grooooovy curtain!). Single S1Pro on battery power with battery powered Shure wireless rig (that’s the receiver I’m holding, which is powered by two AAs). Plenty of power and great sound in a dead acoustic space. Rave responses from the audience.

No cordsB4F0C609-6E90-4DD7-B7E1-5BA995A7FDE1A97FB191-FC1E-499B-A212-07EE52EE07F5 + quick setup and takedown + great sound + ecstatic audience = very happy entertainer!


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Hi Kevin,

I am a complete newbie when it comes to speakers and sound engineering in general. I need this for a small home meeting and would appreciate if you can help me with the set up.

I want a wireless mic to speak to and the sound must come out of the Bose S1 Pro. Nothing else and I do not want a mic that you clip on to your shirt or anything like that. Te mic actually goes on a podium and the only reason I want a wireless mic is to get away with the wires.

I searched for the Shure Fp 15-G4 and the closest I get is https://www.shure.com/americas...tems/fp-systems/fp15 which is not what you have shown in the picture. 

Can you please send me the link to the set that you have. If I can separately buy the mic and the receiver that you have attached on the rear of S1 Pro, that would be fine. Finally, can you also tell me how to connect the receiver to S1 Pro in detail. A close up picture would be great if you can.

Again, I would appreciate if you can give me some guidance.

Jimmy George


Sennheiser, also, makes battery-powered wireless mic systems like this. They're intended to be used with video camcorders. I have used a Sennheiser EW122p G3 system for years with a headset mic. I just recently picked up the G4 version: https://www.sweetwater.com/sto...phone-system-a1-band

These come with a lavalier mic but they, also, have a set that comes with an XLR adapter to use with a handheld mic (the lavalier mics are standard because they are intended to be used by videographers): https://www.sweetwater.com/sto...icrophone-set-a-band

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