Bose L1 Pro32 review

Bose L1 Pro32 review

The L1 Pro32 would a great system for mobile DJs. Even with one Sub2 the system is loud (128dB) if you turn it up and the sound quality seems made for modern urban electronic music.

…it throws wide and deep with good bass and a sizzling top end. It sounds great for music playback and bands or performers that don’t need balls-out rock ’n’ roll sound pressure levels.

AudioTechnology” is a respected and long-running Australian publication full of reviews of professional audio gear along with articles, news and interviews from all over the industry.

Take a look at what an experienced reviewer has to say about the Pro32 with Sub2, including in a live venue environment with a band.  He has it set up next to a traditional outdoor audio system with W-bin subwoofers.


Bose Pro32 Portable Line Array


Bose L1 Pro16 – Australasian review

Bose L1 Pro16 – Australasian review

The famous AV magazine “CX”, based in Australia, took a new Bose L1 Pro16 out for a good thrashing.

Setup of the system really couldn’t be much simpler: plonk the sub on the floor, then place the array section (plus or minus the extender part) into the keyed receptacle on top. Turn on the power, plug in your mic, and turn it up. Job done. It literally takes less than a minute, which makes this super appealing for anyone needing to get into a space and set up quickly.

Read their full review here

Get the Bose L1 Pro16 here.

Bose L1 Pro16