Bose Solo 15 Series II TV Sound System
On Sunday, September 20, 2015, Bose® introduced its new Solo 15 series II TV sound system as an update to it's previous pedestal TV speaker. Unlike a typical sound bar, your TV sits on top and is supported by the Bose pedestal speaker. The speaker measures 24 ¾” wide by 14” deep by 3” high and fits under most televisions with screen sizes up to 50”. The Solo 15 system requires just one connection from the TV to the speaker.
The Solo 15 series II includes five drivers, one of which is a dedicated center channel speaker. The series II system has a separate dialogue mode that brings speech more to the forefront, digital signal processing and proprietary TrueSpace® technology. You can adjust the frequency range using the bass control function on the included universal remote.
The Solo 15 series II can double as a wireless music system for streaming playlists, music services and other audio from your phone or tablet via Bluetooth® – Up to two devices can connect at once. When a call comes in, the audio on the Bose Solo 15 series II system will pause, and the call will come in through the phone itself. When the call is terminated, music playback resumes. Some details of this experience will vary depending on the implementation by the phone manufacturer.
Bose Solo 15 series II Features
- Built-in Bluetooth for streaming audio
- Can connect wirelessly with up to two devices at one time
- Optical audio input (digital)
- Coaxial input (digital)
- R-L audio input (analog)
Included in the box
- Remote controlling
- Power cord
- Optical digital audio cable
- Analog cable
Pricing and Availability
The Bose Solo 15 series II TV sound system is available today from Bose retail stores, authorized Bose dealers and Bose.com for a suggested retail price of $449.95.
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