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Bose Solo TV Sound System
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Yes in fact if there is too much bass for you Bose has a way to tone it down (see manual).
May 26, 2014 by Kindle Customer
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My husband also has a hear deficiency. He can hear the TV a lot better. It is very clear for him. He really enjoys it.
Dec 23, 2013 by Darlene Van Skike
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The Bose is designed for TV's that weight no more than 40lbs and have a base no wider than 20" and no deeper than 101/4". Most 32" TVs and smaller meet these requirements.
May 20, 2014 by Rae Rieke
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The best way that I can answer this question is, you get what you pay for and that is quality. Bose Quality. Put another way, was it worth it to me??? Absolutely! In the end everyone has to decide for themselves. I have shopped around and have not found another system that sounds as good and for less money. I hope this helps. Ron Glock
Nov 17, 2013 by Crochetina
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Yes, as long as you have the length of the wiring to the TV covered.
Jan 21, 2014 by Charlie
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according to my operating manual, this unit operates at voltages from 100 to 240.
Oct 25, 2014 by mosby
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It runs on 110 v
Nov 18, 2013 by Edward Pietrouski
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Two factors are in play. 1. The TV cannot weigh over 40lbs. 2. Bose recommends a TV size they think will be stable on the Solo. I placed mine under the TV stand on the floor.
Dec 30, 2012 by Phil
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No, it's made to fit under "up to" 42" TV's. You'd need another system for a 52" TV.
Nov 3, 2013 by Metalhead74
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Steve...I didn't see any place to connect a separate sub woofer but gosh, I'm not sure you'd need one with the sound this thing puts out !
Feb 6, 2013 by Fonzie's Dad
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