Bose Companion 2 Series II – What You Need To Know
- BoseÂ® proprietary TrueSpace increases the size of sound stage and audios 3D spacing.
- Automatic tonal balance adjustments keep the music from being harsh and straining as volume increases.
- 2 input jacks allows for two audio sources to play at once.
- Rear ports help to increase bass response.
- Automatic tonal balance adjustment isn’t audiophile – and can be bass heavy at low volumes.
- Speakers can have a grounding issue – will hum if left on while computer or source is off.
Tall and slim, angled perfectly for your ears, the Companion 2 Series II from Bose are worth checking out if you are sick of computer speakers that have no ability to produce a decent stage.
With a convenietly placed headphone jack and volume control, the Companion 2 Series II also has two inputs on the back to multiple sources.
The sound is big and rich. Â Bass can be a overbearing at lower levels. Â But this can of course depend on placement near the rear wall. Â The biggest feature of these computer speakers is the TrueSpace sound. Â And while it isn’t true space in audiophile terms, it is a lot moreÂ envelopingÂ than starting computer speakers.
Music and movies sound good and one can listen for a lot time withÂ experiencingÂ fatigue.
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