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Bose T4S ToneMatch 4-Channel Audio Mixer and USB Interface

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Bose T4S ToneMatch 4-Channel Audio Mixer and USB Interface
Key Features
  • Four High-Quality Preamps
  • Advanced Digital Signal Processing
  • Studio Quality Effects
  • Podcast, Livestream, or Record via USB
The Bose T4S ToneMatch Mixer is a compact 4-channel digital mixer featuring a powerful DSP engine, an intuitive user interface, and built-in USB audio functionality, making it well suited for capturing live performances, podcasting, livestreaming, and more. The ToneMatch mixer is designed to interface with the Bose L1 or F1 sound system for full end-to-end tonal control.
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Bose T4S ToneMatch Overview

The Bose T4S ToneMatch Mixer is a compact 4-channel digital mixer featuring a powerful DSP engine, an intuitive user interface, and built-in USB audio functionality, making it well suited for capturing live performances, podcasting, livestreaming, and more. The ToneMatch mixer is designed to interface with the Bose L1 or F1 sound system for full end-to-end tonal control.

The integrated ToneMatch processing and zEQ help you get a great sounding mix quickly and effectively. The Bose ToneMatch processor is natural sounding on vocals and instruments, while the zEQ focuses your tone for effective adjustments on the fly. The illuminated, tactile controls, and indicators offer quick, spontaneous sound adjustment even on dark stages. Additionally, the ToneMatch system offers advanced features such as tap-tempo delay, a built-in chromatic tuner, and recallable scenes to create a professional onstage companion for performing artists.

Each channel offers a trim knob, a channel edit button, an FX mute button, a volume knob, and a dedicated channel mute. The main output features a master volume control, an independent headphone volume control, and phantom power for working with condenser microphones. The Bose T4S ToneMatch Mixer ships with a magnetic cover and a ToneMatch cable, which powers the mixer when connected to an L1 PA system. When using the T4S without an L1 system, a dedicated power supply (available separately) is required. Connection to a host computer requires a separately available USB Type-B to USB Type-A cable.

  • Powerful Audio Processing
    • Updated, studio-quality effects with advanced digital audio processing
    • High-quality effects include compressor, limiter, de-esser, noise gate, chorus, flanger, phaser, tremolo, delay, and reverb
    • Bose ToneMatch processing for natural-sounding vocals and instruments
    • zEQ focuses the sound of ToneMatch presets for effective adjustments on the fly
    • Independent ToneMatch, EQ, dynamics, and effects per channel
    • Dedicated reverb on Aux 1 send, and a global shared reverb for use across all channels
    • Master output EQ helps compensate for venue acoustics
    • Full end-to-end tonal optimization when used with Bose L1 and F1 systems
  • High-Density Connectivity
    • Remarkable connectivity and control in a small digital stereo mixer
    • Four high-quality audio preamps with XLR-combo jacks for microphones or instruments, and switchable phantom power
    • Two Aux sends, and two Aux inputs for additional sources
    • Balanced 1/4" TRS stereo outputs
    • USB Type-A and Type-B for USB drive playback or PC/Mac interfacing
    • Independent headphone output
  • Built-In USB Stereo Audio Interface
    • USB Type-B port for interfacing with a Mac/Windows computer for convenient podcasting, livestreaming to platforms such as Instagram and FaceBook Live, and for recording (the USB Type-B to USB Type-A cable required for connecting to a computer is available separately)
    • USB Type-A port for music playback from a USB drive
  • Seamless Live Control
    • Tactile controls and indicators designed for live onstage use
    • Fast-learning user interface
    • Built-in tap tempo delay, chromatic tuner, and recallable scenes
    • LED display and illuminated controls are easy to read and use, even on dimly lit stages
  • Convenient Gig-Ready Features
    • Rugged enclosure with a protective magnetic cover to protect controls and connectors
    • Bottom insert allows you to use standard mounting accessories to keep your T8S within reach
    • Includes a ToneMatch cable for connecting to a Bose L1 Model II or L1 Model 1S system for digital audio and power
UPC: 017817770910

Bose T4S ToneMatch Specs

Mixer
Number of Analog Input Channels4 (4 Mono / 0 Stereo)
Number of Mic Preamps4
Number of Analog Output Channels4
Max I/O Capacity6 x Input / 4 x Output
Mix Routing1 x Stereo Bus
2 x Mono Aux Send
PresetsYes
DisplayMain Display:
LED
FadersNone
MetersChannel Meter:
4 x Single LED
Signal Processing
Dynamic ProcessingCompressor, Limiter, Gate
EQ3-Band EQ
3-Band Parametric
Graphic EQNone
Solo/MuteMute per Input Channel
Built-In Effects3 x Chorus
2 x Flanger
4 x Phaser
1 x Tremolo
3 x Delay
5 x Reverb
Real Time AnalyzerNone
Audio DelayNone
Automatic Mic MixingNone
Digital Audio
Sample Rates48 kHz
Bit Depth24-Bit
Performance
Signal GeneratorNone
Connectivity
Analog Inputs4 x Combo XLR-1/4" TRS Balanced/Unbalanced Mic/Hi-Z Input
2 x 1/4" TRS Balanced/Unbalanced Aux Input
Analog Outputs2 x 1/4" TRS Balanced Main Output
4 x 1/4" Aux Send
1 x 1/4" Headphone Output
Phantom Power+48 V, Selectable On/Off
Digital I/O1 x RJ45
MIDI I/ONone
USB1 x USB Type-A (USB 2.0, Audio Playback)
1 x USB Type-B (USB 2.0, Audio Streaming, Host Connection)
Expansion PortsNone
Wireless ConnectivityNone
External Display ConnectionNone
Recording
Media SupportUSB Drive
File Format SupportPlayback: MP3, WAV
Compatibility
OS CompatibilitymacOS
Windows
Physical
Dimensions3.3 x 7.3 x 8.4" / 82.6 x 184.2 x 213.4 mm
Weight2.1 lb / 1 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.525 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)10 x 9.95 x 6.65"

Bose T4S ToneMatch Reviews

New to me, enjoying sound

By Elbert
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-16

New experience for me. Enjoying the quality/clarity of sound being produced.

Tone Match cabinet simulation for ampless guitar

By Blue Collar Guitarist
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-06-21

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] My problem as a guitarist is how to carry less gear (no amp) and produce a sound that will still have that super clean sonic characteristic similar to my mesa, replate, or two-rock, amps. I use a TC Electronic Nova System for all my pedal needs (it is a monster plus Pete Thorn uses it). The Nova can go directly into the ToneMatch as long as I dial in a ToneMatch sound simulation built into the tonematch. (there are some great varieties to color the sonic possibilities (such as: Miked Amp w SM-57)). The tone was gig-worthy but a bit sterile. (no tubes in the chain) The final component, an Effectrode Blackbird pre-amp pedal with a 600 ohm direct out (dead silent). The Blackbird provided the missing piece. With a 3 tube preamp design in a medium-small pedal, it's provides an astounding tube warmth. Guitar-Nova System-Effectrode Blackbird-Bose ToneMatch-L1 Model II with B2. Plus much easier to pack to gigs. My band switched from a pro-grade JBL SRX PA with QSC amps to two (2) L1 Model 2 with B2 bass sub units.

Great could have been the ultimate...

By Scubabadger
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2018-05-24

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Great piece of kit that could have wiped the floor with everything else - but fundamental user needs have been forgotten in the pursuit of sonic excellence - without the ergonomics. Channels 5/6 are the audio inputs - and there is no volume control knob - volume is controlled by selecting the master selector knob and choosing Pan/Aux>selecting main>selecting 5/6 and then rotating a knob for each individual channel - not an overall option - but this is multi levels down in the menu. Working live on stage that is unsustainable. The excuse given is that most instruments or sound sources will have a volume control on them. That may be the case but THIS is the mixer - not the audio device. No option to select different reverb for each channel - it's still global - small, medium, large etc and then a varying degree for each channel. The lid cannot be used as an on-gig cover - only in transit. Currently the input level settings on channels 5/6 are extremely high compared to the T1. Input sensitivity on the mic channels is extremely high - had to reduce my mic output by 14db to be comfortable on the T4S - where it used to be plus 14db on the T1. No nylon cover supplied with it - so put up with it getting gig scratched. The new "photographic camera tripod" mounting option is frankly introducing clutter - it states in the manual "use a camera tripod and mount" - which will add another tripod on the stage. I'm still searching for a threaded mount option to put a bracket on my existing mic stand. Why couldn't they have put both? The hole for existing Bose mic stand brackets and the new thread for photographically inclined musicians? The new addition of a headphone socket - I'll never ever use. Please - in some firmware update - route volume control for 5/6 through pot 4 as an option. Yeah I know it can't but..... I will be using the T4S with two L1 MKll and 2 B2's and as I don't use 4 mics I'll run with two extra leads; 1. Stereo mini jack to a single XLR - pin 1 hot taking left and right which I'll plug into channel 4 and use as a music control pot. If running stereo I'll go stereo mini jack to two XLR's and use 3 and 4 for the same. Any sudden outbursts I can mute both channels. As usual - sonically - beautiful together with a Shure Beta 87A and QLXD pack - using the presets. Love it - but not enough to sell my T1 - which is sooo much easier to configure and will remain my workhorse. The T4S will be the weapon of choice when running twin L1 stacks tho.

Best of the Best

By Kova
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-01-29

As the CEO of the Boomerang Loop pedal company, I have very high standards for sound quality. The ToneMatch is unparalleled. No other mixer comes close to what the ToneMatch offers in size, ease of use and most importantly sound quality. BEST pre-amps I've ever heard. It's far more than just a mixer.

A $600 unit with no plug

By Steve
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2021-08-31

Seriously Bose, you couldn't include the usb cable in a $600 unit? The T4S requires a type A to type B USB cable (not a common connection type). It's not like there is an alternative. Note the T8S also requires a custom power supply that isn't included. Guess I have to place another order to use the unit.

AMAZING MIXER!

By Daddy Rock
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-11-25

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I bought this as a solo performer and it is amazing, well worth the price and very easy to use. I now use it with my music AND I host large karaoke shows with it.

Small but big sound

By DjChuck69
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-12-18

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I’m happy with the unit. I’ve only had it about a week but it has some nice features and I’m still learning how to use it. This unit makes my Bose L1M2 sound even better and it feels like it’s a quality mixer. It’s really easy to see the display at night.

Obvious Pre-Amp and Effect Upgrades.

By BoseRules
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-08-16

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This thing is an absolute monster for a little mixer. Running it on the L1 Model 2 with great ease. Sounds good to me.

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