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Special Offer: Buy any Bose L1 PA System and get a T1 ToneMatch for just £179

Posted on February 4, 2017 by Matt Park There have been 2 comment(s)

Bose L1 Promotional Offer
When it was released, the Bose L1 compact PA system was a huge game changer for musicians and venues. The clarity, sound quality and portability of the L1 was a big hit across the board. A few years later and the Bose L1 system is still massively popular.

If you are considering getting an L1 system for yourself, now couldn’t be a better time. If you buy any Bose L1 Compact, Model 1S or Model 2 system between now and 31st March you can get the T1 ToneMatch Audio Engine for just £179, making it better than half price.

Bose ToneMatch

The Bose T1 Tone Match offers much more than a standard mixer, not only does it boast a large suite of professional effects but it also packs one of the most exciting and user-friendly bits of functionality out there. Just tell the unit what instrument or mic you are using and it will adjust the tonal settings for you. For example, you can tell the T1 that there is a Shure SM58 (for vocals) in channel 1, a Martin DC-16 acoustic guitar in channel 2 and a trumpet playing into an SM57 in channel 3 and it will give you the best possible sound in seconds.

We often keep stock of all the models in the Boss L1 range and prices start at £739, so come in and see us to talk to our PA experts and arrange a demo, but remember to get in quick!


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2 Responses to Special Offer: Buy any Bose L1 PA System and get a T1 ToneMatch for just £179

  • Hi I am interested in the Bose L1 system and the mixer identified .I am a vocalist and I need this PA for a number of settings
    1. As a solo artist going out with backing tracks- would this system be any good for this - from anything from background music to late night sounds
    2. I sing with a 17 piece swing band how would this cope with and being heard above this

    Thanks

    Posted on February 14, 2017 at 7:15 pm

  • Hello Suzanne,
    Yes- This system would be ideal for a solo artist using backing tracks. A 17 piece swing band would require a larger PA system though,to get the whole sound balanced correctly. If you'd like more info, please give us a shout on 01202 597180.

    All the best

    Dan

    Posted on February 21, 2017 at 11:05 am

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