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Discussion in 'Amps, AV Pre-Pros & Receivers' started by Bruce McKeown, Jan 8, 2018.
Denon AVR-S700W 7.2-Channel Home Theater Receiver will this work well with these Bose Speakers
Sure it will work fine. If you haven't purchased anything yet, you may want to explore other options for speakers.
Wouldn't be my choice of speaker set either, but from what I see an avr is suited to connect to this Bose set (don't believe that's true of all Bose systems, tho).
I have Bose Companion computer speakers ....not bad , loud clear etc ...small sub too comes with it .... but I recently did a speaker test for HT ...and music .... 7-8 brands using a Yamaha avr - I can't listen to the computer speakers anymore.
The difference in musical quality of say a KEF speaker is MILES apart.
And I like Bose , I appreciate their American success story and their advertising is BRILLIANT Americana. Turn on the NFL - BOSE BOSE BOSE ...
And their headphones are great.
I do know that Bose system you have the SUB is enormous.
That is not a sub nor is it particularly large (16 x 8 x 25)....bass module maybe....large compared to teeny tiny satellites maybe It has two whole 5.25" drivers!
That's enormous for Bose ... you need space for that.
I get when compromise is needed for a spouse. I can tell you from experience that while some may find the bose system plausible for music in a non critical way, using any variant of their offerings for dialog in a center channel is miserable.
Get a couple of dual 15/18" I'm the same cabinet and we can talk space
LOL. "For Bose" I suppose. 1/4 the size of my main subs...
Bose is meant to be compact and loud systems , hence the Cube systems, small soundbars etc - the 10 has a big sub - for Bose.