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Bose S1 Pro

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.

Using T1 and T4 with S1 Pro

That's good to know.  Thanks ST.  The T1 is currently on sale at L and M and being the new owner of a pair of S1 Pro speakers, I am looking at all my options for improving the capacity to allow for 2 guitars and 2 vocals.  I have another mixer but I really want to stay with Bose if I can.  The other option I am considering is putting one guitar and one mic into one S1 speaker and one guitar and one mic into the other S1 speaker.   Not sure how this would mix.  Any thoughts are appreciated.

Hi Simon,

Simon Patrick posted:

That's good to know.  Thanks ST.  The T1 is currently on sale at L and M and being the new owner of a pair of S1 Pro speakers, I am looking at all my options for improving the capacity to allow for 2 guitars and 2 vocals.

The T1 is a great device. If you had one S1 Pro system, I would heartily recommend getting the T1.  Since you've got two S1 Pro systems, this gives you the option to run stereo, or run multi-mono. That means panning each voice or instrument to one side or the other (but nothing panned up the middle).  The T1 can't do that and the T4S can. 

 I have another mixer but I really want to stay with Bose if I can.  The other option I am considering is putting one guitar and one mic into one S1 speaker and one guitar and one mic into the other S1 speaker.   Not sure how this would mix.  

This should sound great; similar to playing without amplification only louder.

From your other thread, from me:

Time for the T4S, or more simply, put you and your guitar through one S1 Pro system and your daughter and her guitar through the other.  This will make your show more interesting because of the Cocktail Party Effect.  

Any thoughts are appreciated.

Doing what I described in bold is multi-mono.

When I play as a duo, I always bring two systems so that each performer can be heard separately, from a different place in space. 

Cheers,

ST

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