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meredithsdg
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Bose S1 Pro Balanced Input

Looking for clarity - Will the S1 Pro accept balanced input on channels 1 and/or 2 from a mixer?

 

Page 7 of the manual says "SIGNAL INPUT – Analog input for connecting microphone (XLR) and instrument (TS unbalanced) cables."

 

But the online wiki says:

 

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oldmachead
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Re: Bose S1 Pro Balanced Input

Author Accepted Answer selected by meredithsdg

Based on my experience (and I'm sure others here have had the same experience), the S1 will accept both balanced (TRS) and unbalanced (TS) 1/4" input, from a mixer.

 

I think it's been pointed out on this forum that some signal depreciation is expected when using a TS.

 

In short, both will work.

 

HTH.

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oldmachead
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Re: Bose S1 Pro Balanced Input

Author Accepted Answer selected by meredithsdg

Based on my experience (and I'm sure others here have had the same experience), the S1 will accept both balanced (TRS) and unbalanced (TS) 1/4" input, from a mixer.

 

I think it's been pointed out on this forum that some signal depreciation is expected when using a TS.

 

In short, both will work.

 

HTH.

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meredithsdg
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Re: Bose S1 Pro Balanced Input

Thanks! I haven't experienced any noticeable signal degradation with TS input. I have a mixer that I haven't used with my S1 Pros because I didn't think it would handle. TRS. This is a big help.