Bose Companion® 20 multimedia speaker system £158 @ Sonic Direct
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Bose Companion® 20 multimedia speaker system £158 @ Sonic Direct

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Found 22nd Dec 2017Edited by:"clarkenuttal"
These Bose speakers usually cost £199.95 But I found them on Sonic Direct for £158 including free delivery and 2 years warranty.

They are very costly considering they are only 2.0 speakers but if you have used Bose before the price is justified by supereme quality which includes great bass.


Features

  • Proprietary TrueSpace® stereo digital processing circuitry creates a wide two-channel soundstage engineered specifically for listening at your computer.
  • Versatile control pod features rotational volume control, single-touch mute, headphone jack and connection for a second audio source, such as an MP3 player or a tablet.
  • Advanced port design and driver deliver powerful low-note performance and full, natural sound that fills the room.
  • Proprietary integrated signal processing delivers lifelike performance at almost any volume level.
  • Active electronic equalisation balances low, mid and high frequencies for more natural tone and clarity.

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you working for these guys? or on a commission?
Utterly daft that the magic word 'Bose' isn't mentioned in the title or description anywhere
Upvoted due to sheer weight of good Amazon reviews. Not sure I'd trust Sonicdirect as a retailer though
But Trustpilot does rate Sonicdirect well.
Fact_or_Fiction24 m ago

you working for these guys? or on a commission?



No way. I just made a purchase as I am a great fan of Bose thought others might benefit from this deal therefore I posted it out here
buglawton11 m ago

Utterly daft that the magic word 'Bose' isn't mentioned in the title or …Utterly daft that the magic word 'Bose' isn't mentioned in the title or description anywhere



Thanks for pointing out. I have edited it now!!
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The wonders of HUKD
Description says 2.1 which is incorrect.

These are 2.0 without a sub
htslough43 m ago

Description says 2.1 which is incorrect.These are 2.0 without a sub


I've had these things for 4 years and they do not require a sub. Quite the opposite. Great sound.
For a PC, get a T-Amp and 2 bookshelfs, would sound better
cossy324 m ago

I've had these things for 4 years and they do not require a sub. Quite the …I've had these things for 4 years and they do not require a sub. Quite the opposite. Great sound.


Not really the point here
cossy31 h, 28 m ago

I've had these things for 4 years and they do not require a sub. Quite the …I've had these things for 4 years and they do not require a sub. Quite the opposite. Great sound.


Very true. Bit boomy infac
htslough2 h, 29 m ago

Description says 2.1 which is incorrect.These are 2.0 without a sub



Thanks for pointing out the error. It has now been corrected
Very expensive , you can buy a 1000 watt cinema sound system for this price . Just lick the Brand Bose.
sam_of_london3 h, 25 m ago

Very expensive , you can buy a 1000 watt cinema sound system for this …Very expensive , you can buy a 1000 watt cinema sound system for this price . Just lick the Brand Bose.


1000 Chinese watt
And then 3amp fuse in the plug.
sam_of_london3 h, 28 m ago

Very expensive , you can buy a 1000 watt cinema sound system for this …Very expensive , you can buy a 1000 watt cinema sound system for this price . Just lick the Brand Bose.



You mean those DVD/Blu-ray home cinema sound systems? Lol
Solac15 h, 38 m ago

For a PC, get a T-Amp and 2 bookshelfs, would sound better

Good quality bookshelfs at least £100-150.

Amp probably £50.

Pruce will be the same but I'm not sure if cheap amp can beat Bose.

My mate owns one of their Bluetooth speakers, I have Bluetooth headphones from them. Booth beats everything else in the same price tag.
Without getting into a brand based argument - if you want really good sound for similar cost then I would recommend the bookshelf route. You could also pick up some dedicated powered monitor speakers for about £100 like the Mackie CR-3 which are used often for music production. While they do sound good (and it is a good deal over retail price) at this end of the market there are better alternatives. Nice looking package though...
Yes I’ve heard all the the arguments about Bose inferiority (much the same as those against Apple) but there’s no denying the sheer quality & build from both these manufacturers for which I’ve always been prepared to pay the premium.

Got these beauties over a year ago linked to my all in one computer & they are no fuss superb quality items. More than sufficient for me & an absolute steal at this price. Heat.
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