Bose 235 Home Entertainment System


It does take some time to set up many of the home theater systems with5.1-channel surround sound that allow you to watch movies and TV shows, and play games. The wires must be considered regardless of the size of your room. However, if you don’t have the room for a larger system, you can take a look at the Bose 235 2.1-channel powerhouse that puts some other systems to shame.


There are just a few components to the Bose 235 and that’s a good deal for those inexperienced at setting up speakers. It has two Gemstone ES speakers that are small but don’t underestimate these babies for quality of audio. These Bose 235 speakers are equipped with TrueSpace which Bose has an exclusive right to. They have three drivers that make all the difference. It is also complete with Acoustimass module as with other Bose home theater systems for receiving low frequencies on all channels.

If you want truly good sound you have to have great calibration and this one is exceptional in that area. Bose included the ADAPTiQ component to the Bose 235 package which will analyze your room to make sure the speakers are configured properly.

Special attention was even paid to the remote which comes with LCD screen so there are not problems with pressing buttons. Relying on radio frequency makes it possible to control the system even through walls and floors.

Features and Technology

Bose continues the approach of ease of use in all its parts and setup process. The Bose 235 does this with Unify intelligent integration for connected display for onscreen interface for easy browsing through all the options and procedures for setting up the system. Highlighting options for connections and will check for proper installation. 2 HD audio connections along with 4 HDMI inputs will have your Blu-ray players, home theater components and gaming consoles in good working order.

Bose also provides automatic up-scaling for video so that DVD movies use 1080p when transmitted through HDMI because Bose understands that some DVD players are still in use.

Stereo and mono sources are converting audio quality for surround sound with the proprietary Videostage 5 technology. There are only 2 speakers with the Bose 235, but with the decoding technology will improve quality of audio.

The high-end solution from Bose with 5.1-channel comes in the V-series, but Bose 235 has much the same features and all the extras with fewer speakers. Great things do come in small packages. Accessories include Dock for iPod which comes with the package.

The Bose 235 comes in at a price of more than $2,000 for the 2.1-channel system which for some may look like a risky business, but this compact system really packs a punch. The surprising audio quality is just one of the benefits of buying this home theater system. While you may not have the room for the 5.1-channel configuration may not fit in your living room, the Bose 235 is the perfect size.

The only thing you will have to be concerned about is whether or not the sound will fill the entire room. Here you will have the option of expanding to other rooms of the home just with adding accessories. Maintaining a single console in one room, while adding audio feed to others is a great option to have.

Source by Edgar Guzar

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