[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2010/09/LHLtWV.jpg[/newsimage]Audio company Bose has introduced a new 46-inch VideoWave LCD high-definition TV that includes internal surround sound speakers that are said to provide higher quality sound without the need for wires and external speakers. Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/bose-introduces-high-end-46-lcd-hdtv-with-enhanced-audio-34808/](http://www.myce.com/news/bose-introduces-high-end-46-lcd-hdtv-with-enhanced-audio-34808/) Please note that the reactions from the complete site will be synched below.
A Good 46" will run you $2000.00 cdn
I can put together a sound system that blows away anything Bose makes for about $2000.00. That will still leave you $1000.00 for a BluRay, 3D kit and a couple months worth of Beer and Popcorn.
Aimed straight for the “i-everything, more money than brains” crowd.
They don’t call them “Blose” for nothing.
"As someone that has owned numerous Bose products over the years, I appreciate the simplicity and sound quality of the companyâ€™s products. "
After that line I stopped reading. Bose hasn’t made a good speaker for many many years since the writer bought many over the years he just kept swallowing their hype hopefully he realizes that speakers made from cardboard just don’t cut it and chokes on all the hype; but he is too deluded at this point to be able to write an article about anything that produces sound if he thinks they produce good sound quality.
Bose is not an audio company, or even a speaker company. They are a marketing company. Anyone who can keep selling a clock radio for $250 does deserve some respect, but not for audio quality. They primarily make their millions from direct sales as a result of infomercials and magazine ads.
This product is aimed at the sound bar consumers.
Typical marketing bull$hit from Bose to try and sell you a product for 5-6 times its real value.
Something like Monster Cable Hype. Bose sounds good, not for the $$ they want!