Stereo L1 Pro8 combo

$4,538.00

Dual Bose L1 Pro8 systems.  More power, more range, and is just a little more manageable for some compared to the larger Pro16.

Plus sometimes you just need that stereo sound.

 

Out of stock

Dual L1 Pro8 systems

Twice the power, more versatile in larger rooms, but easier to move around and store compared to the larger L1 Pro16.

 

  • Does the Bose L1 have a subwoofer?

    YES!  The Bose L1 Pro range has a subwoofer.  Depending on which model, the subwoofer is either built into the power stand, or a separate active sub (the Sub1 or Sub2).

    Take a look at the differences and what the unique subwoofer design looks like.  Read more here.

     

     

  • Is the Bose L1 mono or stereo?

    Even though each L1 has multiple little speakers inside, technically the L1 Pro is a single speaker system.  This means is can only ever be a mono speaker.

    But – what if you’re sending a stereo signal to it, or if you’re running two speakers?

    There’s quite a bit to this topic.  Read the simple breakdown explanation here.

     

  • Does the Bose L1 Pro8 have reverb?

    Does the Bose L1 Pro8 have reverb?

    Yes, reverb is available on the L1 Pro8 (and Pro16 and Pro32, the S1 Pro and S1 Pro+ as well).

    You can adjust the reverb on channel 1 and channel 2 on the L1 Pro8, or you have even more control if you connect the T4s or T8s Tonematch mixers.

    Read more about the L1 Pro8 reverb feature here.

  • Is the L1 Pro8 the same as the legacy L1 Compact? Bose Pro8 vs Compact Comparison

    The Bose L1 Pro range is the current generation of L1 portable line array systems.  Just as the L1 Model II eventually replaced the Model I and Classic, the L1 Pro system replaces the Bose L1 Model II, L1s, and L1 Compact.

    The Compact is and always will be a reliable, powerful and super portable little speaker.  Although it’s no longer produced or sold new, it’s great for small venues, smaller crowds (up to 50 guests), and perfect for DIY wedding hire systems, etc.

    Bose L1 Compact vs Bose L1 Pro8 Comparison

    The newer Bose Pro8 portable line array has even more features: 3 input channels, Bluetooth, wireless control via mixer app, T4s and/or T8s input, and of course more bass, and more power.

    Read the side-by-side comparison at the Bose Portable PA Encyclopedia – full article here: Bose L1 Compact compared to Bose L1 Pro8.

Stereo L1 Pro8 combo

$4,538.00

Dual Bose L1 Pro8 systems.  More power, more range, and is just a little more manageable for some compared to the larger Pro16.

Plus sometimes you just need that stereo sound.

 

Out of stock

Dual L1 Pro8 systems

Twice the power, more versatile in larger rooms, but easier to move around and store compared to the larger L1 Pro16.

 

  • Does the Bose L1 have a subwoofer?

    YES!  The Bose L1 Pro range has a subwoofer.  Depending on which model, the subwoofer is either built into the power stand, or a separate active sub (the Sub1 or Sub2).

    Take a look at the differences and what the unique subwoofer design looks like.  Read more here.

     

     

  • Is the Bose L1 mono or stereo?

    Even though each L1 has multiple little speakers inside, technically the L1 Pro is a single speaker system.  This means is can only ever be a mono speaker.

    But – what if you’re sending a stereo signal to it, or if you’re running two speakers?

    There’s quite a bit to this topic.  Read the simple breakdown explanation here.

     

  • Does the Bose L1 Pro8 have reverb?

    Does the Bose L1 Pro8 have reverb?

    Yes, reverb is available on the L1 Pro8 (and Pro16 and Pro32, the S1 Pro and S1 Pro+ as well).

    You can adjust the reverb on channel 1 and channel 2 on the L1 Pro8, or you have even more control if you connect the T4s or T8s Tonematch mixers.

    Read more about the L1 Pro8 reverb feature here.

  • Is the L1 Pro8 the same as the legacy L1 Compact? Bose Pro8 vs Compact Comparison

    The Bose L1 Pro range is the current generation of L1 portable line array systems.  Just as the L1 Model II eventually replaced the Model I and Classic, the L1 Pro system replaces the Bose L1 Model II, L1s, and L1 Compact.

    The Compact is and always will be a reliable, powerful and super portable little speaker.  Although it’s no longer produced or sold new, it’s great for small venues, smaller crowds (up to 50 guests), and perfect for DIY wedding hire systems, etc.

    Bose L1 Compact vs Bose L1 Pro8 Comparison

    The newer Bose Pro8 portable line array has even more features: 3 input channels, Bluetooth, wireless control via mixer app, T4s and/or T8s input, and of course more bass, and more power.

    Read the side-by-side comparison at the Bose Portable PA Encyclopedia – full article here: Bose L1 Compact compared to Bose L1 Pro8.