Bose 3·2·1 GS and GSX Sequence III | Crutchfield Video

Bose 3·2·1 GS and GSX Sequence III | Crutchfield Video

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Bose 3·2·1 GS and GSX Sequence III household leisure methods are reviewed by Crutchfield authorities in this shorter video clip.

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  1. Jesus Zuniga
    Jesus Zuniga 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    I have a bose model av3-2-1II media center and I'm curious to how I can hook it up so I can hear audio through my tv for cable and through my xbox one? My cable isn't HD nor does my media center have a HDMI input

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  2. alexander canlom
    alexander canlom 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    Hi Can I connect a microphone in this bose unit? How/

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  3. Lamb Of God
    Lamb Of God 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    I like how Bose does not release specs on the speakers like frequency response, impedance or sensitivity…That way you can't compare them to any competition. 


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  4. MuristekTV
    MuristekTV 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    Man, Crutchfield will sell their own mother and then go to sleep with no difficulty at all. Spineless bastards.

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  5. feztheforeigner
    feztheforeigner 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    You sound like you have no idea what you are talking about, or you expect the bose viewers to have no idea what they are talking about….

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  6. ScreamingMEEME47
    ScreamingMEEME47 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    If they were hundreds in some cases thousands of dollars cheaper they would get a lot better ratings and people would like them more but noooo they want to still have the price so high and the speakers arent even worth it!

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  7. Linda S Green
    Linda S Green 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    It was a little pricey but I love it and it's worth every dime. Lucky the store had a home layaway and after three months, it was mine… Had it since 2006 and not one day of trouble. Thank God it wasn't build on a Monday! LoL

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  8. ricky Jones
    ricky Jones 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    I just was shopping around today looking to purchase the bose cinemate II system (seeing as £750 was too much for the GS style) but with hesitation i then walked into my local currys and just randomly asked about this system, to my amazement the guy said we have one left for £490 NEW SEALED ETC… UK RRP – £1,200!!!! snapped up in a heartbeat! can't wait to set this up! and not only that i got the GS styled speakers with a proper amplifier! with EQ settings 😀 well chuffed!

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  9. Crutchfield
    Crutchfield 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    @Donarudo88 We offer lifetime tech support on every Crutchfield purchase. If you bought the Bose system at another retailer and they will not help, you may want to contact Bose directly: 800.367.4008. HTH!–Crutchfield

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  10. Donald Louis
    Donald Louis 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    Mine says Bose 321 and powers back off!!! SOMEONE HELP ME!

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  11. Victor Affonso
    Victor Affonso 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    Piece of Shit

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  12. Crutchfield
    Crutchfield 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    @BobbyBossett Please accept my apologies for the delayed response. The Bose 3-2-1 systems produces a simulated surround effect with the two “Gemstone” speaker arrays and the subwoofer. For true surround sound, you would need at least 5 speakers and a subwoofer. All of the 3-2-1 systems are designed to provide a convincing surround effect with just two speakers and the subwoofer. Feel free to call for additional assistance: 800.315.0030

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  13. kamashaki1
    kamashaki1 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    This might'd been a good system years ago. Most people that I know are using blu ray now and some even interested in 3D system. I think the better choice is the Bose Cinemate.. system.

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  14. ninet9problems
    ninet9problems 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    @ falkenstar no we don't give a shit about $4000 systems I like this system cause it is small and I don't have room
    in my apartment for big speakers, I have never had any problems with this system and the sound is great

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  15. Rebeccachu
    Rebeccachu 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    @falkenlaser – (Laughs her rear end off)

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  16. Weng Ten
    Weng Ten 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    yeah bose famous for overprice!!

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  17. falkenlaser
    falkenlaser 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    For the materials Bose uses in their speakers, they have no right charging that much, ESPECIALLY for the Lifestyle 48. For that $4000 I could get some nice Paradigm Monitor 7 wood towers, a Monitor CC-190 center, 2 Monitor ADP-190 surrounds, a Paradigm DSP-3200 subwoofer, a 7.1 surround sound (the LS48 is only 5.1) receiver (Yamaha RX-V665), and a Blu-Ray player (Bose has no excuse for not building their systems w/o a Blu-Ray player).

    If you wanna see in more details, check out my videos.

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  18. 806TO713
    806TO713 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    This would be more ideal.

    3-2-1: $400

    Acoustimass: $500

    Lifestyle: $1100

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  19. 806TO713
    806TO713 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    BOSE = Overpriced, paper cones, complicated setup, crappy thin speaker wire.


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  20. Crutchfield
    Crutchfield 28 April, 2016, 02:07


    It's been a pleasure chatting with you as well.

    Obviously I'm not saying Bose preys on the ignorant. Bose has diehard fans that won't buy anything else, and they tell their friends, and so on. They don't mind if you disagree with the way they do business.


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  21. Crutchfield
    Crutchfield 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    Hey viking,

    I hear that a lot, that Bose should lower their prices. And I can understand that, they offer expensive products that not a lot of us can afford.

    However, they are expensive products that are in high demand. For example the Bose Soundock is routinely our number one selling iPod dock, and their Quiet Comfort headphones are routinely our number one selling headphones.

    If Bose products stopped selling so well, they would lower their prices.


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  22. Crutchfield
    Crutchfield 28 April, 2016, 02:07


    I've been at Crutchfield for 14 years now, and I have asked many of the same questions to our Bose trainers over the years.

    The answer is simple, Bose isn't trying to stay ahead of the curve, or adopt every technology that comes out, or be everything for everybody.

    They are really good at doing what they do, building equipment that is easy to use, solves a problem, and performs well.

    They know they have haters, but they also have a lot of fans, they are cool with that.

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  23. Crutchfield
    Crutchfield 28 April, 2016, 02:07


    I'm sorry, but we on'y ship to address within the us (with a US zip code). We do not ship internationally.


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  24. Andrea Rugarli
    Andrea Rugarli 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    People who think Bose is the best, should first know what sound quality is: Sound Quality equals to High Fidelity and there are different parameters to calculate it: soundstage, dynamics, detail, tonal balance, extension, ecc. Bose is simply uncomparable to other Hi Fi companies (B&W, Klipsch, Monitor Audio, Focal, KEF, Wharfedale, Dynaudio) they are just two different products. Buy Bose only if you have problems of space or you can't just resist to their design. Hi Fi is another world

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  25. iloveaxxo
    iloveaxxo 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    dont know about the sony but all bose is overpriced ridiciously, so if theyre the same price the sony will be much better

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  26. fasciatus
    fasciatus 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    I would love to buy a Bose 3-2-1 GS system, but i cant afford it, cause it's to damn overpriced.

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  27. i al
    i al 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    bose is good but its overpriced!! but am a bose fan so i would choose the 321!! XD

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  28. fasciatus
    fasciatus 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    the sony for sure, bose is overpriced as always 🙁

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  29. Octavius Cross
    Octavius Cross 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    Actually they both perform around the same level.
    so either one is a really good choice I'm gonna get one when I get the chance. P: stores where I am dont have them Dx

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  30. PeteDogg27
    PeteDogg27 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    it doesnt i just bought one today

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  31. rowelle
    rowelle 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    Unfortunately, it does not 🙁 I went to the Bose store and I told them that I had an HDTV, TiVo and Blu-Ray Player and they said I would need to connect my devices to my TV with an HDMI cable then buy an Optical cable and connect it from the TV to the Bose system. I wish it did come with an Optical cable since a lot of people with HDTVs have stuff like Blu-Ray and since the system is so expensive! Did you end up buying this sound system? If so, please let me know if you're enjoying it 🙂

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  32. Jaytee1o4
    Jaytee1o4 28 April, 2016, 02:07

    does it come with a optical cable?


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