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  • The Bose VideoWave Is A Little Much Even For Bose

    The Bose VideoWave Is A Little Much Even For Bose

    Bose showed off their latest innovation yesterday: The VideoWave, an average 46-inch LCD with an enlarged Wave Radio speaker setup bolted on the backside. It's expensive. Of course it's expensive. I mean, it's a Bose system. Did you expect anything less? However, it's a tad too expensive at $5,349 and I believe Bose knows this. Now, I understand Bose and their target demographic. I sold AV… Read More

  • Bose's VideoWave: 46-inch TV With Built-In Sound That's Actually Good (Plus Fancy Touch-sensitive Remote)

    Bose's VideoWave: 46-inch TV With Built-In Sound That's Actually Good (Plus Fancy Touch-sensitive Remote)

    Ahem. Well, Bose also had some news of its own today. It announced the existence of something called the VideoWave. It's a 46-inch LCD TV, which, by itself, isn't so exciting. What is exciting is the fact that the sound the TV produces is actually… how should I put this? Really, really great. Yes, that'll do. Read More

  • New Bose Headphones Are Made For Mobiles

    New Bose Headphones Are Made For Mobiles

    No, that picture is not Kratos' new weapon in God of War 3, though you could be forgiven for thinking so. Note to PR people: when your product goes in someone's ears, try not to make it look like a weapon. The reflections aren't helping. Read More

  • Bose hops on the wireless streaming bandwagon

    Bose hops on the wireless streaming bandwagon

    Wireless has always been the new exciting thing in consumer electronics. Remote controls, game console controllers, Sony's <a href="http://www.crunchgear.com/2009/10/05/sony-develops-cord-free-power-transfer-system-for-home-electronics/"wireless power transfer, and now Bose is taking another foray into the action. Their second wireless-capable device, The Wave Music System Read More

  • Review: Bose QuietComfort 15 headphones

    Review: Bose QuietComfort 15 headphones

    If there’s one thing I’ve learned in my years of tech reporting it’s that you should never say Bose makes good products. Bose, like Apple, is a lightning rod for informed and uninformed attacks from both the pro and con camps and to say they do things well – or poorly – is a dangerous proposition. That said, I’m here to tell you that if you travel a lot then you… Read More

  • Yup, that's a $600 Bose iPod dock you're looking at

    Yup, that's a $600 Bose iPod dock you're looking at

    Bose had some sort of official unveiling in New York earlier today, but I didn't want to leave Matt and Doug manning the site all by themselves, so I didn't attend. This is what I missed: the Bose SoundDock 10, a $599 (?!) iPhone/iPod dock that weighs some 19 pounds. It's rather big, yes. Read More

  • What is Bose up to?

    What is Bose up to?

    According to this screen capture that was sent to Giz, Bose is slated to make four new product announcements over the next four weeks starting tomorrow. I wonder what they could be. via Giz Read More

  • Hands-on: The Bose QuietComfort 15

    Hands-on: The Bose QuietComfort 15

    I just got back from one of Bose’s signature demos where they trick you into seeing their products in a whole new light. It’s clever and it sometimes works. The trick went down like this: they showed us the QuietComfort 2 headphones, the older model, and ran about 92 decibels of airplane noise in a little room they set up for the purpose. I’ve been using the QuietComfort 3s for a… Read More

  • Bose SoundLink is like their iPod dock with out the dock part

    Bose SoundLink is like their iPod dock with out the dock part

    Bose just launched a computer-based speaker system that plugs into the back of your PC and streams music wirelessly to a single SoundLink speaker. As a fan of their SoundDock I’d say it’s pretty cool but $549 for this thing is a bit much in anyone’s book. The SoundLink simply shows up as a USB speaker and you route all the audio through it to the remote part. The device includes… Read More

  • Bose busts out the L1 Compact Portable Line Array System

    Bose busts out the L1 Compact Portable Line Array System

    Do you happen to enjoy a bit of busking on the weekend. Are you a one man band? Are you tad lazy and in need of a simple audio reproduction solution? If this sounds like you, and you have a spare thousand bones, Bose is here to help. The L1 Compact Portable Line Array System - hellof a name, eh? - uses Bose technology to fill the room with your audio goodness with only one speaker. How you ask? Read More