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Bose Soundsport $111 SoundTouch 10 $239, 30 $599, 135 $3199, 120 $1399, 520 $1919, Soundtrue AE $199, IE $143, W/less $303 @Myer


25% off Selected Bose Soundsport $111 SoundTouch 10 $239, 30 $599,135 $3199,120 $1399, Soundtrue around Ear $199 in-Ear $143

Soundsport $111.20

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  • -3

    Is Bose really a high-end brand?
    Its quite litigious and a bit shy in posting the capabilities of its products in terms of hard numbers and specs

    • +1

      Here we go again…

    • +1

      I had a listen to the SoundTouch 130 in quite a few stores before I took the plunge and bought one at a similar price to current but also received a bonus SoundTouch 10 by redemption.

      They are quite expensive when compared to similar systems from Sony and Samsung etc, and while I can't comment on how they compare not having lived with the alternatives, I can say that I am happy with the experience it provides. The design also played a part in my decision.

      The Sound bars virtual surround works better than I expected and found myself wondering at times if noises from the movie were actually coming from outside.

      Bass from the 130 is substantial having the separate woofer.

      The SoundTouch 10 isn't anything amazing but is decent enough for music in the kitchen which is all I personally use it for. Bass is a bit lacking but for the size I wouldn't have expected it to do very well in that department.

      I would agree that the Bose "Lifestyle" stuff isn't really audiophile grade, but I don't think it's meant to be?

  • Was this online only?

    I find it strange that such a good discount on Bose was nowhere to be seen when I was looking at Bose products yesterday at Myer Sydney City store - I even asked the Myer/Bose salesperson if there was any special on Bose and he said 'Bose never discounts' - I couldn't bother arguing.

    No wonder Myer is going down the tube…

    • No, it was in-store as well. There was a guy that was helping some people with Bose products at the Myer Sydney City store on Saturday. They had an additional display set up as well close to the escalators, diagonally across from where all the Apple ipads/iphones were showcased (you could try the various speakers by attaching your smartphone/mp3 player). It may or may not be the "Bose representative" but I have seen him sell TVs and ipads, so I reckon that particular guy is a Myer employee as oppose to a "Bose salesperson". He was showing them the various options with the speakers/docking stations/blue tooth and another guy was waiting for him to help him with Bose headphones and a subsequent employee/salesperson stepped in to help him from the Apple table (again probably a Myer rep as oppose to an Apple rep as they were all wearing white shirts, black pants and black tie with myer badges).

      • I saw the Bose display near the escalator but it only had several wireless speakers.

        I was in the Bose demo room with the various Soundtouch products setup for demo and there wasn't a single notice or sign indicating any kind of sale or discount. I doubt I would've purchased anything but still strange - sales are supposed to drive sales right??

        • I don't think they earn "commission" as such with regards to the Myer staff. Sorry to hear that it was an unpleasant experience. Maybe consider purchasing online as it's free delivery. It probably helps since you have visited for a "test". With the headphones, I find that the Bose store itself at Westfield Sydney (near the foodcourt) isn't bad or JB Hifi. Then once it goes on sale, you could just execute as oppose to wondering if the quality is any good and to take the punt/chance.

        • By the way the ebay Myer website's pricing has not been amended for just yet!

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