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Bose 502-BP Acoustimass Subwoofer
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Works with the Bose 402, 502, and 802 speakers (requires optional system controller) to provide deep bass sound. Operates only below 150Hz. Features ...Read More
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Designed for applications requiring portability.
Works with the Bose 402, 502, and 802 speakers (requires optional system controller) to provide deep bass sound. Operates only below 150Hz. Features a 12" speaker with a cast aluminum basket and 4" voice coil. Recessed side handles, scratch-resistant vinyl covering, and shock-resistant edge and corner protectors for added durability. Recommended power: 450-900W. Dimensions: 14-1/2"W x 32"H x 16"D. 90 lb. 5-year transferable warranty.
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Bose in general is a very shady company that preys upon the ignorance of the general population. I've used this subwoofer numerous times in an acoustically treated warehouse, for all different types of music from alternative rock, to classical orchestra and it is definitely sub par. This sub has poor frequency response, 55Hz, 150Hz you want 20Hz to 150Hz with a +_ 3 db variation which Bose doesn't list in its specs. This sub also has very low sensitivity, 90db when you want high sensitivity typically 99db. Even when properly powered its inefficient. The sonic performance is floppy, weak and dispersion of low frequencies is very poor. Don't become another victim of the Bose hoax, stay away from this sub.
ok, yea I have only 3 words, "OLD SCHOOL BOSE!!" none is superior the the old school bose sound, lately bose products have not been worth the money but this item here is worth every cent!! excellent bass and kick like drive to it, we use it in parades and I can hear it clearly from like 100+ yards away outside, amazing subwoofer
This is a great Sub, I'm a mobile DJ and I use this as my Sub, and the Bose 501 Panarays for the mid/high range. It's expensive, but it was well worth the money. I'm only 15 years old and because of this sub, I got alot of gigs through my school because I was the first DJ there to use any sub, the kids liked it because it will rattle the floor, and I like it because it's easy to move. The only drawback is that it's expensive, and it's a power hungry beast. Normally, people won't push this to it's limit because it's so loud, but I do, I'll push the max amount of power, and sometimes a little more because of the head room on my amp, and this just keeps on pounding away! But sometimes it will suck so much power that the lights will dim down because I'm sucking over 1000 watts - overall, this is a great sub.
For the size and space of these, they kick some serious #$# when it comes to pumping out bass.
I DJ 3-5 jobs every weekend, and I need a compact, easy to carry speaker system with impressive, clean sound. The Bose 802 system is it. I'm constantly complimented on the great sound supplied by the Bose; while not ideal for large halls (High School gyms, for example) in smaller rooms this system is perfect.