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Re: Spacing of multiple systems

I too have run both a single L1 and two in stereo about 10 feet apart for my premium DJ services. It sounds great either way! That being said when I use two I always run them in stereo... not dual mono. 

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So using a laptop, a T1 connected to the laptop via usb cable, how exactly do I do stereo imaging to two L1's? 

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Hi Rob,

EBDS posted:

So using a laptop, a T1 connected to the laptop via usb cable, how exactly do I do stereo imaging to two L1's? 

Please see these articles:

T1 Stereo through two L1s

Stereo: Comments from Bose

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EBDS posted:

Thanks for your response Eric'sson. Those are some good ideas. 

I have a hypothetical question about setup. Suppose I set up the two systems back to back from the center of the room. Would that eliminate the chance of the type of interference you risk running dual mono too close together?

Sorry for the delayed response, been away for a few days.
Theoretically this should be fine but there may be some interference due to the sound from the back of each system. In practice I actually set up like this once with each  system either side of a structural column in the middle of a large restaurant in order to cover both sides and when there was nowhere else to place them, sounded great.