Bose Lifestyle v35
While the Bose V35 entertainment system may be a little more expensive than the average option out there (the $3,000-ish price tag may scare a few people off), one of the main reasons why it tends to stand out from the crowd is the fact that, unlike a lot of other options, it is actually easy to set up. While many systems out there may look impressive, they can be kind of a pain when you try to set them up at home. With that in mind, the V35 is worth a look at.
The Bose V35 is essentially an updated version of the Bose V25 model. The main improvements on the V35 are the JewelCube Speakers which are smaller in dimension and feature Acustimass, which allows low frequency volume and a sound that is designed to bounce of the walls for a livelier feel. The system is also set with the new ADAPTiQ audio calibration system which is designed to configure each of your speakers automatically to the room they are in. The system also comes with a state-of-the-art remote that features an LCD display, universal functions, and less buttons for less complicated use.
When it comes to the improvements you’ll find with the Bose lifestyle V35 system over the V25 system, one of the biggest you will find is the new Unify Intelligent Integration System. This system allows customers to use their television display while presenting the interface, meaning that they can get started the second that they make the connection. The system also comes with upscaling technology which converts any DVD to 1080p, as well as Videostage 5 technology, which converts stereo and monaural sound sources into surround sound for optimal clarity.
The Bose V35 Lifestyle System
Those who have previously bought the Bose T20 system may find some similarities with the Bose V35, though there are plenty of updated options that does make it stand out. One of the biggest upgrades is that the V35 does receive AM/FM radio, meaning that you can listen to your favorite radio stations quickly and easily. In addition, the V35 also features an iPod/iPhone dock which can allow you to play your favorite MP3’s with the system. You can even use the LCD remote to control your Apple portables from a good distance.
One of the biggest fan favorites when it comes to the Bose Lifestyle V35 is the fact that it allows users to set up a speaker system in another room without a separate media counsel. This means that you can set up speakers in a variety of different rooms and listen to music throughout the home or office without spending the money on separate systems. For outdoor use, 251 Environmental Speakers can be set up on front or back patios for full sound. These speakers don’t need walls or ceilings for optimal sound, and they come with an additional remote so that there is no need to haul your primary remote outdoors.
All in all, the $3,000 covers a lot of extras that you just don’t get with other less expensive options. It is worth noting that the system does come with smaller JewelCase speakers as well as the typical set up you are used to. The JewelCase speakers do add better audio quality to the system.