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Sep 15, 2014

Bose Introduces CineMate 15 And Solo 15 Home Sound Systems

Today, Bose introduces two home entertainment products that combine performance and simplicity. The CineMate 15 home theater speaker system and Bose Solo 15 TV sound system are up and running quickly, easy to use, and deliver better, more powerful sound for everything on TV — from network shows to music, movies, sporting events and video games.

The CineMate 15 home theater system is Bose’s simplest home theater solution, combining a compact soundbar with an Acoustimass module. The Solo 15 system is the best pedestal TV speaker from Bose, offering improved audio performance over its predecessor — the popular Bose Solo speaker — with a bigger footprint to suit today’s larger-size TVs.

Bose CineMate 15

Bose CineMate 15

The CineMate 15 system and Bose Solo 15 system use the company’s proprietary TrueSpace technology to deliver immersive sound as wide as the room. Both systems reproduce the nuances typically missed when listening through TV speakers or conventional soundbar systems — clear dialogue, carefully placed sound effects and swelling soundtracks.

CineMate 15 Home Theater Speaker System

The Bose CineMate 15 soundbar measures just 12” wide, 2.75” deep and 3.25” high, so it can be placed inconspicuously in front of a television. It connects to the TV with just one included cable, and features four proprietary drivers in a new configuration — two positioned in front and one on each side — all housed behind a sleek metal grille.

The CineMate 15 home theater speaker system and Bose Solo 15 TV sound system are up and running quickly, easy to use, and deliver better, more powerful sound for everything on TV — from network shows to music, movies, sporting events and video games.

The Acoustimass module includes a bass control knob to customize the low-note performance to your liking, and connects to the CineMate soundbar with a 3m/9ft. cable for placement flexibility. Together, the components deliver full-range audio — smooth, natural and detailed. And it’s operated with a new, easily programmable universal remote that controls the sound system and other common devices like an HDTV, cable box, Blu-ray Disc or DVD player.

Solo 15 TV Sound System

Measuring 24.75” wide, 14” deep and 3” high, the Bose Solo 15 system fits under most televisions with screen sizes of up to 50”. It features five drivers, with center channel performance for improved dialogue intelligibility for programming like talk shows and news. Digital signal processing technology adjusts and optimizes the sound at any listening level. It needs just one connection — from the speaker to the TV. Like the CineMate 15 system, it features a bass control knob on the enclosure, and comes with a programmable universal remote to control the system and all connected devices.

Pricing And Availability

The CineMate 15 system and the Bose Solo 15 system will be available from Bose for $599.95 and $449.95, respectively, beginning September 15, 2014. All standard setup cables are included. They will be sold at Bose retail stores, Bose.com, authorized Bose dealers and toll-free at 1-800-444-BOSE.

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