Bose S1 Pro+ (PLUS)

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Bose S1 Pro+ (plus)

The incredibly popular Bose S1 Pro but with a major upgrade!

Everything that made the original S1 Pro popular is packed into the new S1 Pro+ with the addition of wireless receivers built in.

Use an instrument or microphone and make them wireless with the transmitter units, either 6.5mm jack or XLR versions.

How the Bose S1 Pro+ wireless transmitters work:

1. Plug them into your handheld microphone (XLR), guitar (6.5mm jack), DJ mixer, etc - easy to pair the transmitter with the S1 Pro +

2. Play up to 4 hours, wirelessly!

3. Store and charge them in the portable PA speaker.  Slot them into the back of the S1 Pro Plus to charge them up again

The S1 Pro+ Ins and Outs

  • Two balanced/unbalanced 1/4" XLR combo jacks
  • TRS 1/4" AUX input
  • Bluetooth streaming
  • 3.5 mm AUX input
  • XLR line output
  • USB-C for system updates
  • Wireless receivers on Ch1 and Ch2
  • "Insert Mode" - for effects loops, pedals, etc

The S1 Pro+ Sound

  • 3-channel mixer built-in
  • Auto-EQ mode depending on the speaker orientation (on stand, wedge monitor, etc)
  • Bass/treble settings per ch
  • Tonematch presets and reverb on ch1 and ch2
  • Wireless control via Bose Music app

Bose S1 Pro+ Auto EQ

The system can be run in any one for four different positions, the Auto EQ automatically adjusts depending on how the speaker is set.

S1 Pro+ Key Specifications

  • Bluetooth range: Up to 9 m
  • Bluetooth version: 5.0
  • Dimensions: 33.2 cm H x 23.8 cm W x 27.9 cm D
  • Weight: 6.5Kg
  • Battery charge method: USB-A
  • Battery type: Rechargeable lithium-ion
  • Battery life: Up to 11 hours *** As with any battery-operated device, battery performance can vary based on a number of different factors. These include the type of content being played, the volume at which it’s played, and the surrounding temperature. The Bose S1 Pro+ Wireless PA System has been rigorously tested and verified to provide up to 11 hours of battery life while playing music at room temperature from Spotify’s Global Top 50 at a comfortable volume that you can talk over while listening indoors. A singer/songwriter performing indoors for up to 100 people can expect to get 5 hours or more of battery life at performance-volume levels.

Other S1 Pro+ Coolness

Dual Wireless (Bluetooth) Streaming

The Dual Wireless Streaming feature in the Bose Music app lets you play Bluetooth audio from both the system and another compatible Bose system at the same time in either dual mono or stereo. You can access this option from the Settings menu.

Compatible systems include:

Bose S1 Pro+ Wireless PA System
Bose L1 Pro8 & L1 Pro16 Portable Line Array System
Bose L1 Pro32 Portable Line Array

Live Stream Mode

Live Stream mode allows the system to be recognised as an audio interface when you connect it to your computer using a USB-C® cable. This lets you perform live for an online audience or record audio directly to your computer’s digital audio workstation (DAW).

When Live Stream mode is enabled, the system passes a dual mono mix of Channels 1, 2 and 3 to a connected computer. In this mode, the channel volume controls behave like faders on a mixer. Adjusting channel volume using either the channel controls or the Bose Music app adjusts the level of that channel within the mix being sent to your computer.

A monitor volume control also appears on Channel 3, allowing you to adjust the master volume of the system speakers without affecting the computer mix. Once you enable Live Stream mode, it stays enabled until you disable it, or the system powers off.

Bose Music App

Using the app, you can control the system remotely, manage system settings, and access exclusive features like ToneMatch preset customisation, channel and reverb mute, saved Scenes, and Dual Wireless Streaming.

Insert Mode

When you connect a wireless transmitter to a channel that has the Insert setting set to Auto, the 6.35 mm (¼") TRS channel input becomes a series channel insert (also known as an effects loop). You can connect effects units or pedals to the input using an insert cable, all while using your instrument or mic wirelessly.

- An insert cable (6.35 mm or ¼" TRS to dual 6.35 mm or ¼" TS) is required to connect an effects unit to a channel insert.
- Don’t connect an instrument or other audio source to the input using a standard 6.35 mm (¼") cable when a wireless transmitter is connected to the channel. This prevents audio from playing from both wired and wireless sources.