I am having no luck getting the sound to be impressive with a 901 series speakers and active equilizer that I have recently assembled.
I have it connected as the instructions show, but the reciver amps I have offer no more than 110 watts per channel.
Is there a requiremt to have 300 watts to make the EQ really make the difference in the sound?
As I play it through now the Active EQ isnt even changing the sound quality at all in the speakers.
According to the tech specs on the last page of the pdf listed on this site here..
It reads 10 watts per channel minimum, max is unlimited.
I saw this post on a didfferent site that mentioned 300 watts are needed
I was hoping someone in the Bose Community could help me sort this out.
Feb 26, 2019
Thank you for reaching out to the community. I will happily assist you with your query!
I can confirm to you that the power requirements for the 901 series V are as follows:
-10 Watts per channel minimum,
-250 Watts per channel maximum.
I hope this clears any confusion you have. If you have any questions regarding any Bose products please refer to the community!
Thank you again and I hope you have a wonderful day!
Liam - Community Support