Here’s an amazing end of line deal on the superb BOSE L1 portable line array PA System. Looking for a lightweight, simple, great-sounding portable PA system? Then this could be a great deal for you.
BOSE L1 Portable PA
It’s not every day you get to buy a genuinely iconic piece of premium kit, at a knockdown price. Even so, we’re happy to bring you this deal from our affiliate partners over at Thomann.
Following on from the introduction of the new BOSE L1 Pro, Thomann is offering a blow-out deal on the previous generation L1 system. Without a doubt, if you’ve been thinking about buying a portable PA system, this isn’t something to sleep on!
So what makes the BOSE L1 special? Well, the original BOSE L1 system was a true “game-changer” because of its low weight and ability to replace a complete, traditional PA system. Solo acoustic performers, DJs and entertainers now had a PA system they could carry in the boot of a hatchback.
The system on offer here is the 1S/B1 combo, which is in most cases good for around a 300 person audience. In other words ideal for small bars, coffee shop gigs and business conferences.
Line Array Technology
If you’ve ever heard one of these systems in action, you’ll wonder how a system so small can do what it does. Without a doubt, a lot of that is down to BOSE’s decades of experience with compact loudspeaker systems. The instantly recognisable L1 “tower” is a line-array style speaker system.
What’s a line-array? Well, the theory is that by closely coupling a series of identical speakers drivers together, they act as one, large speaker with long-distance coverage. It’s the kind of technology you’ll see in use at outdoor festivals, but importantly the BOSE L1 it’s scales down that technique to a size that becomes eminently portable.
The BOSE L1 is a PA system you can carry in one trip and set yourself up in a few minutes. You can forget about carrying heavy speaker boxes and separate monitors; the BOSE L1 serves as both a PA system and monitors all in one neat, simple package.
How much are you saving? The L1 system was originally listed at €1,799, now available while stocks last at €888. That’s a helluva deal.