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Old 14th August 2016 , 02:24 PM
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Default Bose 802's and Bose B1 base speakers question

I have a small P.A. a 400watt power amp , a pair of 802's and a Bose controller and a small 8-2 mixer but I'm wondering, can I use a pair of Bose B1's with the setup ?. It's only for pubs clubs but there's no bottom end with the 802's on their own and someone has offer me the pair of B1's for 200
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Old 16th August 2016 , 05:50 AM
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anyone ?
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