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Bose S1 Pro+ Wireless PA System Kit with Mic/Line Transmitter and Handheld Mic

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Bose S1 Pro+ Wireless PA System Kit with Mic/Line Transmitter and Handheld Mic
Key Features
  • Highly Flexible PA System
  • Floor, Table, Stand, Monitor Positions
  • Onboard Sensors Provide Optimal Sound
  • Store and Charge Wireless Transmitter
Are you looking for a complete, all-in-one portable PA system with a wireless microphone? Check out this B&H Kit which combines the Bose S1 Pro+ Multi-Position PA System with the Bose S1 Pro+ Wireless Mic/Line Transmitter and a dynamic handheld microphone to create a completely wireless PA system for any application.
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Can you pair two microphones to this at the same ...

Can you pair two microphones to this at the same time?
Asked by: Robert
Yes. Channel 1 and 2 are for instruments and microphones.
Answered by: Bose Support
Date published: 2023-12-14

Can you connect two units with a cable and NOT ...

Can you connect two units with a cable and NOT through the app?
Asked by: Ivo
Yes, you can connect two Bose S1 Pro+ Wireless PA System with Bluetooth can connect to another unit via the Line Out XLR output above the power input.
Answered by: Alex D
Date published: 2024-04-11

Could this speaker pair with another brand ...

Could this speaker pair with another brand speaker via bluetooth or wireless receiver?
Asked by: Nick
You cannot wirelessly pair the Bose S1 Pro+ Wireless PA System with Bluetooth to a speaker from another brand.
Answered by: Michael S
Date published: 2024-07-15

If I Pair 2 of these speakers can i use a total ...

If I Pair 2 of these speakers can i use a total of 4 wireless mics. 2 per speaker?
Asked by: Laurin
Yes. Firstly, you can connect 4 x Wireless Mic/Line Transmitters (XLR), two to the first system and two to the second system. Secondly, you can also use 2 x special cables, in order to connect the LINE OUT port on system #1 to the "Headphones IN" port on system #2 (and vice versa). The two special cables you'll need are female XLR-to-1/8" stereo male.
Answered by: Bose Support
Date published: 2024-05-30

Does it have the same sound quality, ...

Does it have the same sound quality, characteristics and rating as the Bose S1 Pro so both can be nicely paired together?
Asked by: Shabbir
Yes, the new Bose S1 Pro+ Wireless PA System with Bluetooth is an updated and upgraded version of the original Bose S1 Pro PA System. The new model offers an improved sound with more clarity and low-end definition, as well as expanded features like dual wireless streaming via the Bose Music app, so you can play Bluetooth audio through the S1 Pro+ and another compatible Bose system at the same time in either dual mono or stereo. Additionally, the S1 Pro+ has a Live Stream mode that allows the system to be connected to a computer and used as a USB audio interface for live streaming and/or recording directly to your computer's DAW. The new model also includes a built-in two-channel 2.4 GHz wireless microphone receiver that allows you to add one or two of Bose’s optional plug-on WT-INST and WT-XLR wireless transmitters, instead of using a separate wireless microphone system. The weight of the new system is a bit lighter to make it easier to transport and a separate USB charging port makes it easy to charge your smartphone, tablet, as well as other devices.
Answered by: Michael S
Date published: 2024-06-19

How do I connect The Hollyland Lark M2 To The ...

How do I connect The Hollyland Lark M2 To The Bose S1 Pro+ to use the wireless mics?
Asked by: Robert
You would need a special cable, available separately, to connect the 3.5mm jack of the Hollyland Lark M2 to one of the Bose S1 Pro+ inputs, e.g. to the male XLR inputs on channel 1 or 2.
Answered by: Bose Support
Date published: 2024-05-01

Can this power a wireless mic receiver (Shure PGX ...

Can this power a wireless mic receiver (Shure PGX for example) like the EV Everse 8 can?
Asked by: Matthew
No, the Bose S1 Pro+ Wireless PA System does not have a 12V DC power supply output like the Electro-Voice EVERSE 8 Battery-Powered Loudspeaker.
Answered by: Lisa S
Date published: 2023-08-01
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