- Model Number: 40274
- Connectivity Technology: wired
- Color: Grey
- Item Package Quantity: 1
- Manufacturer Warranty Description: 1 year warranty
Bose Companion 2 Series II Multimedia Speaker System
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- Designed to provide a clearer and more realistic music or movie or gaming experience.
- Contemporary, elegant appearance
- Dual inputs for easy connection to computer and additional audio source
- your computer is a primary source of entertainment.
- They're also designed for convenience, with both the volume control and headphone jack close at hand
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Bose® Companion® 2 Series II multimedia speaker system
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The most popular- and most affordable - computer speaker system from Bose provides a noticeable performance upgrade over conventional computer speakers. The Companion 2 system creates a spacious soundstage that seems to extend beyond the speakers themselves. You'll notice it most while sitting right at your computer. You may also detect more lower-note presence than you've experienced with other computer sound systems. Your music, movies and games should sound fuller and more satisfying.
Dual inputs on the Companion 2 speakers make it a snap to connect to your computer and, at the same time, your MP3 player, tablet or another portable audio source. Volume control and headphone jack are within easy reach on the front of the right speaker.
Setup is easy. Just plug in the power cord and the input cable to your computer, and you're ready to play. And the contemporary appearance of the speakers complements any laptop or PC.
Step up to Bose sound and hear more of what your computer has to offer, with the Companion 2 Series II multimedia speaker system.
- Proprietary TrueSpace® stereo digital processing circuitry creates a wide two-channel soundstage engineered specifically for listening at your computer.
- Ported cabinet design provides fuller music and deeper movie/gaming special effects from a small enclosure.
- Convenient control and headphone jack placement allow easy access to volume control and headphone connection.
- Dual inputs let you enjoy two audio sources simultaneously—one to your computer, the other to a portable audio device.
- Magnetically shielded speakers prevent monitor interference or damage to magnetic media.
- Automatic tonal balance provides convincing audio performance at practically any listening level.
Right speaker: 7.5 x 3.13 x 5.88 inches
Left speaker: 7.5 x 3.13 x 5.88 inches
|Shipping Weight||6 lbs|
What's in the box
- Powered speaker
- Accessory speaker
- Speaker cable
- Audio input cable with mini-plug
- AC power pack
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|Speaker configuration and stands||2 speakers||2 speakers||2 speakers with stands, Acoustimass® module||2 speakers|
|Digital 5.1 audio playback||✓|
|Magnetically shielded speakers||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Control/connectivity||Remote, plus volume and power controls on speaker.||Control pod for volume, with single-touch mute. Headphone jack, second audio input.||Control pod for volume, with single-touch mute. Headphone jack, second audio input.||Volume control on speaker. Headphone jack, second audio input.|
Top Customer Reviews
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I set out to buy speakers to help me relax in my hotel room. My first choice would have been a 2.1 system. But since I am put up in a hotel room, a 2.1 system would prove heavy on my floor-space. So, instead I started to look out for good 2.0 systems.
There are several tiny speakers in the market, but all of them compromise sound quality over portability. I am ready to drag along some weight if needed, but I didn't want tin cans.
After a lot of research, I ended up with two options - Bose Companion 2 Series II and Klipsch Promedia 2.0. The Klipsch ones had excellent reviews all over the place. The bose speakers were rather new and haven't yet received a professional review anywhere. My deciding factor was the size. I wanted the smallest of the speakers without a compromise on sound quality. The klipsch speakers were larger than the Bose. So, I had to choose Bose. I didn't get to listen to Klipsch Promedia 2.0 anywhere, so I can't do a comparison. On the other hand, I did get to hear Klipsch Promedia 2.1 before and they're exceptionally good. I would prefer them to any Bose system if I was OK with a 2.1 system.
I had heard Bose Companion 2 (the older ones) at a Bose store, and didn't like them much, as they sounded tinny. A lot of screeching sound, and a lack of bass. But I found Series II to be much better. Thanks to Bose for overcoming this problem even if that needed an increase in the size of the speakers ever so slightly.
Now that I had only one option, I went ahead and brought these speakers home. Needless to say that these speakers were really good.Read more ›
Enter the Bose Companion II Series II computer speakers. Right out of the box you will notice a huge increase in sound quality from your stock speakers. Most musical aspects are very clear, and for speakers that lack a sub-woofer, the bass is tight and defined. All levels are represented accurately, and there is a richness in the sound that is pleasing to the ear.
This is all true until you push these speakers in terms of volume. Now, I understand that computer speakers are not meant to rattle the house (though Logitech's Z-5500 can do that), but these speakers refuse to push out any type of real power. The sound is great until you go past the halfway mark on the volume knob. After that you notice the sound can't get any louder. In an effort to offer you more, the bass becomes super muddy, as if the tiny speaker inside the unit have given up and decided to blow air in your face. The effect is embarrassing for a "high end" system.
All this being said the speakers sound quite good at low volumes. Basically, these are speakers designed for one person to be listening to them at a reasonable level. It just seems that for $100, I should be able to push them a little. In comparison, my roommate has a $30 pair of Altec Lansing 2.1 computer speakers that really knock out some sound when you crank them, and they are only rated for 20 watts a channel.
I have missed a few technical details, but if this is the only review you read, you don't use the internet enough.Read more ›
One thing, Bose should document that they automatically go into "sleep mode" when not in use - thus obviating the need for an on/off switch. From the comments I've seen, there is widespread disappointment at the lack of an on/off switch when, in fact, one is not necessary. The fact that they automatically turn on in the presence of a sound signal is another reason why they make good TV satellite speakers for those not having the space or inclination to go for a full scale "home theatre" sound system.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very high quality for reasonable price. I was disapointed to have to buy an extra cord to connected them to the PC. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Tony Barr
Arrived just as pictured, work great. Have two red/white audio inserts.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
These look good and produce surprisingly good sound for the money. I use them on my TV now and they are adequate.Published 2 months ago by Joe Hesch
Bose speakers are usually GREAT, but I couldn't get any sound to come out of the particular item I bought. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Karl Matz