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321 GSX Series III DVD Home Entertainment System - Silver (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- Digitally stores and automatically organizes up to 200 hours of music from your CDs, and Acoustimass® bass module
- Offers exciting home theater experience from two Gemstone speakers and an Acoustimass® module
- Progressive scan DVD/CD player, AM/FM tuner and an HDMI output. Simple setup with a step-by-step installation DVD
- Universal remote control delivers seamless 3 2 1 system operation with additional video components
- Bose link allows connection to compatible Lifestyle® systems for whole-home entertainment
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|Item Dimensions||—||15.94 x 39.88 x 17.38 in||36 x 13 x 18 in||26.25 x 16.62 x 21.75 in|
|Output Wattage||100 watts||0 watts||100 watts||130 watts|
|Number of Audio Channels||—||3.0||5.0||5.1|
The Bose® 3 2 1 GSX DVD home entertainment system is a premium choice for enjoying music and movies with greater ease and less equipment. Two Gemstone speaker arrays and a hideaway Acoustimass module thrill you with theater-like sound approaching that of traditional five-speaker systems. But unlike traditional approaches, there are no wires running to the back of your room. This system also reduces the common clutter of CDs by digitally storing up to 200 hours of your music. It s all made possible in an elegant media center, which also features a progressive scan DVD/CD player, AM/FM tuner and an HDMI output. An easy-to-use universal remote control provides one-touch access to your stored music and manages most entertainment devices attached to your system.
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It is an excellent pairing with our HD television. Listening to music is equally as impressive (and that is to be expected with the Bose name). One of the most enjoyable features of this system is the uMusic system which allows you to digitally store your audio CD's in the system. It also allows you to categorize the music selections by genere, artist or album. I have organized my musical selections into 10 separate musical genres and programmed 4 of the 9 playlists that you can create. I have playlists for everything from dinner music, and classical, to my jazz favorites and my workout selections. The new updates from Bose allow you to edit the information in your digital music library with greater detail (you can alter information on each track of a CD). The system is a "learning program" and actually 'learns' your music preferences and plays only what you want to hear and skips your less favored tracks. I'm still (after more than two years) very impressed and happy with my Bose 321 GSX system. I have only added a Remote control extender (allowimg me to control ths system even when I am not in direct line of sight of the media center.
While the system is pricey, it continues to do an amazing job as our primary home theater system. There are plenty of jacs to attach additional devices and the universal remote controls all of our living room media and components. Although there is no jac for headphones or an 'on timer' (that I use as an added security measue when away from home), I'm a very happy and proud owner of this home theater system. Thanks Bose for a great compact system and customer service team, and thanks to Amazon for a great selection of items and prompt delivery.
As you have perhaps read, this system is not for everyone. The speakers are small - which was a plus for me - I've had the large ones, not what I wanted this time around. The two speakers sit almost hidden on a shelf, either side of the TV. The bass speaker is over against the wall, hardly know it's there. It's not 5.1 surround sound, but I rarely heard the Sony rear speakers before when playing music. Don't miss this - except for maybe on DVD's - but this is OK for me. Now, having said this, I am considering spending another $1300 and getting the Lifestyle 38 - but am waiting to see if I can talk my self out of this - it's a better system I think, but will I really notice? I don't know. I can use the $1300 elsewhere, but I have the money to spend so I may do it. I would recommend the 321 for a try, in your own home. I think you will see what I mean when you get it home and turn it on.
Merry Christmas '08
12/20/08 So, I had to find out.. I went to BOSE and purchased a Lifestyle 38 - the next to the top of the line, with recording ability. I wanted to see the 5.1 system perform - and I did a comparison test, the LS38 speakers right on top of the 3-2-1 speakers. I set the LS38 to only play 2 speakers + bass, and did an A/B comparison - the same recorded song, switching back and forth. The same volume #, so it was close - and it sounded the same volume. Listening to the LS38 - it sounded good.. as you would expect.. then switched over to the 3-2-1 and it was better! This becomes a bit hard to define - if you were to put your hand in front of your mouth, maybe 1" away, and talk to someone, they could still hear you, and understand you. Now remove your hand and they perhaps hear you with more clarity. This is how I would explain the difference, the 3-2-1 with more clarity. I wrote BOSE about this and here is their response "If you purchased the new 3-2-1(R) GSX Series III system you have the latest Bose system." - this says little, perhaps they know the 3-2-1 sounds better? / different. You read into it what you want. This is not slamming the SL38 by any means, its a great system too - but I, my personal choice, is the 3-2-1 ; others I'm sure will take the LS38 - but for $1300 more than the 3-2-1 GSX, it's not worth it to me. (I would also say the 3-2-1 had more center 'presents' than the LS38, even running 4 speakers (3+1) on the 38