Bose Free Space 51 Outdoor Speakers

Free Space 51

  • bass-reflex
  • downward-firing 4-1/2" environmental full-range driver
  • recommended power 10-100 watts with receivers rated from 4-8 ohms
  • base flanges with mounting holes for easy installation
  • three wire grooves in base permit stable footing and a tidy appearance
  • textured green enclosure
  • 14-1/2" base diameter; 14-7/8"H
  • withstands loads of up to 350 lbs.

User Reviews (2)

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kfong   Casual Listener [Jul 24, 2004]
Strength:

Very efficient. Excellent sound quality. Very smooth. Unobtrusive (when installed partially buried).

Weakness:

Outrageously expensive. Better target price (more acceptable to me) would be around $250-$299. Unfortunately, no comparable competition to drive prices down. Not sure if unit is fully resistant to insect infiltration.

The Bose FreeSpace 51's produce a very smooth, full range sound. They are not raspy, and are able to reproduce very adequate bass. Excellent separation, due to their 360 degree dispersion pattern. Compared to the "leading" commercial omnidirectional speaker manufacturer (TIC), they are far superior in sound (I tested against a pair of TIC GS6).

Similar Products Used: TIC GS6
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
2
bose1010   AudioPhile [Feb 21, 2004]
Strength:

Very wide 360 degree sound. Handle a LOTTT of power. Blend in with the atmosphere perfectly

Weakness:

A little pricey, should be about 250-300 dollars

I think that these speakers, as well as all other bose speakers are the best. You won't be dissapointed if you purchase these. Highly recommended.

Similar Products Used: none w/ this shape
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
3
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