Why Bose Professional
When it comes to live music, artists aren’t there to babysit a PA and audiences don’t come to look at loudspeakers. Everyone is there for the experience, to connect, unwind, and be in the moment. That’s why — whether it’s portable PA or permanently installed array — Bose systems are all designed for operational simplicity, stunning clarity, and satisfying consistency and power.
Sound that fills every seat
To deliver a great audio experience, you need consistent coverage. So we’ve spent years developing technologies that make Bose portable PAs and installed loudspeakers true conduits of connection between artists and their audiences — from our L1 Pro systems that offer 180-degree coverage to our AM line array modules that feature innovative DeltaQ technology.
Portable or permanent
Indoors or out. Installed for a decade or set up for the weekend. Whatever the venue, we have sound reinforcement solutions to meet the need and thrill the audience — from our portable, powered F1 Model 812 with its instantly adjustable coverage pattern to our versatile AMM line, which can be deployed as mains, monitors, fills, or delays.
Complete systems to suit any venue
Of course, loudspeakers are only as good as the system supporting them. So we’ve created an entire range of complementary products, including versatile amplifiers, DSPs, plus utility loudspeakers — such as the Bose AMU line — to ensure your sound reinforcement system has everything covered.
Featured Case Studies
Mauricio Clavería is one of the most influential drummers on the Latin American rock scene. He studied music in his native Chile and began his career alternating between playing the drums and working as a studio musician.
In order to continue doing what they love, performers like Garrett Dutton, known as G.Love, needed to rethink their approach to their craft and find innovative ways to reach audiences.
Novecento, a play that ran from August through December of 2019 at the Teatro Milan in Mexico City, featured an elegant and simple set and lighting design that focused on leading actor Benny Ibarra as the story unfolded.
ghosting Glacier is the manifestation of artistic director Rebekka Sæter's creative vision: the audio recording of the glacier, the environment it occupies and their interaction with it.