Go from vehicle to venue easily with a modular system that’s easier to pack, carry, set up — and offers stunning size-to-performance ratio. Each L1 Pro system delivers legendary 180-degree horizontal coverage, unmatched clarity and tonal balance, plus extended bass response with a unique RaceTrack woofer design. Built-in multi-channel mixers offer EQ, reverb, and phantom power, plus Bluetooth® streaming and access to the full library of ToneMatch presets.
All so you can sound your best and simply perform.
Unique RaceTrack woofers integrated into the L1 Pro8 and L1 Pro16 — and in the Bose Sub1 and Sub2 modular subwoofers available for the L1 Pro32 — deliver powerful bass, have an optimized center of gravity, and save a lot of space. This slim design means you get the full impact of a conventional subwoofer without the cumbersome size, freeing up room in your vehicle and on the stage, and making every carry in between — home to car, vehicle to venue — much easier.
Each L1 Pro system features a built-in mixer, so you can connect various instruments, microphones, and other sources easily. You get two combo XLR-1/4” phantom-powered inputs, 1/4" and 1/8" (3.5 mm) aux inputs, plus Bluetooth® streaming capability. Illuminated rotary encoders give you instant access to volume, tone, and reverb settings per channel. Select between optimized system EQ presets for live music, recorded music, and more. And add in even more instruments and other audio sources via dedicated ToneMatch port — one cable provides both power and digital audio between the system and a Bose T4S or T8S mixer (optional).
Uniform coverage — Straight line array, featuring 32 articulated 2" neodymium drivers; 180-degree horizontal coverage with the most focused verfical coverage pattern and highest SPL over distance in an L1 ever — providing intricate sonic detail, clarity, and consistency, even off to the extreme sides in larger venues.
Versatile coverage — J-shaped line array featuring 16 articulated 2" neodymium drivers; 180-degree horizontal coverage, tight vertical control on top, wide dispersion on the bottom to cover audiences whether set up on the floor or an elevated stage, and even off to the extreme sides in medium to large venues.