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Bose RoomMatch Array Module Speaker Accessories
Bose's RoomMatch ground stack accessories allow electronics professionals more installation options for Bose's line array loudspeakers.

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Bose says its new ground stack accessories support its extensive RoomMatch line of speaker array products is now available to installers.
November 19, 2012 By CI Staff

There is no name more recognized in the field of audio than Bose. The company famous for its headphones and jewel-cube consumer electronics speakers manufactures products for more than just consumer applications and now people are starting to learn about its growing selection of commercial products.

The Skinny: Outside of those consumer products for which it is famous for, the company offers a versatile selection of line array products known as its RoomMatch Array Module loudspeakers. Recently the company augmented the already versatile series of line array speakers by introducing its ground stack line of accessories.

The Specs: Bose says the new rigging accessories enable electronics professionals to place its RoomMatch line array speakers in locations that previously weren’t an option. Now according to Bose, the 20 coverage patterns and RMS215 subwoofer can support stage or ground mounted front fill applications, as well as side stage coverage in areas that may need removable seating.

Solutions: Bose says the hardware and RoomMatch speakers can be employed in facilities like performing arts centers, as well as other buildings that need temporary sound reinforcement products.

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