“If you have any brand loyalty for Bose or Beats, buy these speakers. If not, go thrift shopping and find some vintage Hi-Fi. Aside from the packaging, these speakers offer nothing special. They are a massive improvement from earbuds or standard computer speakers, but much more affordable speakers can be had for much less. Although I could be biased, I think bookshelf speakers...” --dboyphoto
“Companion II Series I - King of $100 & Under Richness? With Bose being well known, and being a household name in today's audio world, there's been a lot of hit and miss. Bose has also made big mistakes. *Cough* QC15-QC25 *Cough* Though I think they're definitely a choice for the Two Speakers, & One Amp application. Bellowing Lows, & a textured Bass...” --whitemass
“ First of all I do not like Bose products. This was my first purchase and I only bought these because I was in Bogota and there was NOTHING else available. These were what I expected. No tweeter means there were no highs to speak of. I also found the bass to be quite boomy which is what I expect the general uninformed public would like. There was noticeable noise when no music was playing as...” --cutecob
“ Santa was ready for me to force feed my taste in tunes to the public this year and gifted me this little gem. The Bose Soundlink is my first Bose system and when paired with my ipad or iphone its a real treat for small gatherings or just chilling on the back porch. The sound quality at low to mid volumes is on par, the battery life is good, and fit and finish are clean. It seams...” --Ragncajn
“This has to be the worst speaker I have ever heard. My aunt has one, and was showing it off. I asked to play some music, and I played a song. It was boomier than beats by Dre original solo's and had so much bass I couldn't hear vocals or instruments. This speaker is bad. 40$ desktop speakers sound better. Sorry I can't change rating details on mobile, so I'll just say it. Value: 1/10 quality:...” --DisCHORDDubstep
“I tried these from a shop, they did look very nice when first spotted. I wanted some nice speakers to use with my laptop, and that could be transported if I was going away for some time. The sound was also important, of course! But these failed miserably! The sound was flat, uninspired, lacking of details and punch! Even trying a better DAC, and equalization, the sound from these could not...” --labrat
The introduction of the revolutionary Bose® 901® speakers in 1968 redefined the phrase high fidelity. For the first time, a speaker was capable of reproducing music with much of the impact, clarity and spaciousness of a live performance. Today's 901 speakers incorporate some 350 enhancements over the acclaimed original. 901 speakers work by reflecting most of the sound off walls...
Computer sound system delivers multichannel sound that seems to surround you—without the clutter of five speakers. The Companion 5 multimedia speaker system is designed for 5.1-encoded music, games and movies, using just two elegant desktop speakers and a hideaway Acoustimass module. And setup is easy, with a single USB connection to your computer.
The Bose Computer MusicMonitor was developed for the growing number of people who use their computers for personal entertainment--and want accurate, detailed sound from an elegant yet unobtrusive system. Until now, high quality desktop sound with deep, realistic low tones has come only from large speakers or a three-piece system with a bass module. Our new MusicMonitor is an alternative for...