Bose Solo TV Sound System
When some homeowners invest in a home theater system, they often complain that although the sounds are good in most circumstances, the ability to hear dialogue (like soft whispers) is a pain ñ because they have to continually turn the volume up and down.
Not with the Bose Solo TV Sound System. You'll hear everything ñ all the time. You don't have to try to ramp up the sound or try to make it clearer. It sounds that way naturally.
This system has one speaker ñ there's no need for you to hoist many speakers up on the wall all around the room. The speaker gets positioned right under your HDTV.
It's really easy to set up. You just take the speaker out of the box, plug one wire into your HDTV and the other wire into the wall outlet and you're ready to go! You can use the remote to control the sound.
The remote isn't a cluttered, confusing mess. It has four choices. You can turn the system off or on, turn the volume up or down, or mute it. There's also the ability to use a universal remote to control other items plugged into your TV.
It has 18 watts of output and weighs just a little over 10 pounds. It can fit under TVs up to 37î or 42î. It's good for a family room or bedroom space. Even though it's compact in size, everyone knows that Bose delivers massive sound appeal.
Right out of the box, you get the actual Bose Solo TV Sound System, the remote, power cord, and three cables: optical, coaxial, and analog stereo. When you get t set up, you can instantly tell the difference between regular sound coming from your TV speakers and the Bose system.
The Bose system eliminates the too-loud TV commercials that screech at you when they come on. It helps you hear all of the various sounds a show puts out, not allowing one to overpower another.
For example, you can hear voices over music in the background ñ or as one paying customer mentioned, you can hear announcer's voices over the sound at a sporting event (like NASCAR racing).
Many of the flat screen TVs have very limited space for a decent sound system to be built into them, so utilizing the BOSE system will turn your big screen TV's audio from smalltime to big time.
If you want sharp sound that allows you to have a full array of audio, but not be overwhelmed with too much ìnoiseî from a typical surround sound speaker system, then you'll love what Bose can do for you.