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Bose Acoustimass 6 Series V Home Theater Speaker System (Refurb) EXPIRED

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Bose.com has Bose Acoustimass 6 Series V Home Theater Speaker System (Factory Renewed) on sale for $349.95. Shipping is free. Thanks mevikasg

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  • 5x Virtually Invisible Series II Cube Speakers
  • 1x Powered Acoustimass Module
  • 1x System Input Cable
  • 2x Rear Speaker Cables
  • 3x Front Speaker Cables
  • 1x Power Cord
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First quality price $699.95. You save $350.

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You'll never see specs from Bose. They don't sell speakers because of their specs -they sell speakers because their reputation.

Bose is a brand that is regarded as high end audio for people that have no clue what high end audio sounds like.

That said, I personally don't like Bose but I respect what they do. They manufacture good-enough-for-most audio for a decent price.

Anyone who is remotely serious about audio should look elsewhere. Anyone who wants easy setup and good sound and will not break the bank, this could be your system
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Don't see the draw unless you absolutely have to have small form factor speakers. Am I missing something or do the specs not even list frequency response?
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All these are junk compared to good tower speakers paired with receiver
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Bose days are gone, these are not worth even $100
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You'll never see specs from Bose. They don't sell speakers because of their specs -they sell speakers because their reputation.

Bose is a brand that is regarded as high end audio for people that have no clue what high end audio sounds like.

That said, I personally don't like Bose but I respect what they do. They manufacture good-enough-for-most audio for a decent price.

Anyone who is remotely serious about audio should look elsewhere. Anyone who wants easy setup and good sound and will not break the bank, this could be your system

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I usually agree with the comments on Bose but these aren't terribly priced at $350, how do they compare to the higher priced Monoprice speakers or the Andrew Jones pioneer's?

I know they use dinky subs, 3.5" or so buy for the size they do beat, even if they're sloppy.
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I am looking for small form factor.. what are my options?

trying to be an informed buyers and not fall for marketing and sales persons.

without you all here, I would have been all over this...
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I usually agree with the comments on Bose but these aren't terribly priced at $350, how do they compare to the higher priced Monoprice speakers or the Andrew Jones pioneer's?

I know they use dinky subs, 3.5" or so buy for the size they do beat, even if they're sloppy.
lol "dinky subs" that wouldn't be a sub at all probably a "full range" speaker that goes down to near 100hz if I were a betting man. I highly doubt that their "subwoofer" is even an actual subwoofer, likely a midbass that goes a bit lower then standard.
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I am looking for small form factor.. what are my options?

trying to be an informed buyers and not fall for marketing and sales persons.

without you all here, I would have been all over this...
I would wait for a refub. Harman Kardon 15 or 16 speaker set, around $150 - $180, then buy a separated sub woofer.
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I have older version of these since 2003, and they sound great. I had to switch to a new receiver few years ago for HDMI.
Not sure you can get any better speakers with a sub for this price.
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I would wait for a refub. Harman Kardon 15 or 16 speaker set, around $150 - $180, then buy a separated sub woofer.
But these are factory renewed, not refurbished Smilie
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You'll never see specs from Bose. They don't sell speakers because of their specs -they sell speakers because their reputation.

Bose is a brand that is regarded as high end audio for people that have no clue what high end audio sounds like.

That said, I personally don't like Bose but I respect what they do. They manufacture good-enough-for-most audio for a decent price.

Anyone who is remotely serious about audio should look elsewhere. Anyone who wants easy setup and good sound and will not break the bank, this could be your system
Can you recommend a specific brand or set up?
I want to buy some but I don't know anything about it
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