Spare Parts

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Spare Parts

All of these are available on the Bose® Accessories Page

T1™ Power Supply

T1 This information is applicable to the T1 ToneMatch® audio engine

T1 ToneMatch™ audio engine power supply: Provides power for the ToneMatch™ audio engine when used with an L1™ Model I system or computer. Power rating: AC 100–120V~.

T1™ Microphone Stand

T1 This information is applicable to the T1 ToneMatch® audio engine

T1 ToneMatch™ audio engine microphone stand bracket: Mount your ToneMatch™ audio engine to microphone stands securely with this convenient, custom bracket. Fast, easy setup. Features rotating inserts for a tight fit with a variety of stands.

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Classic This information is applicable to the L1® Classic
L1 Model I This information is applicable to the L1 Model I

Long remote cable(s): Not strictly necessary, but you might want to have one or more of these 33 foot cables. I use these on those rare occasions when I need to help from off-stage. But I also use them all the time in 'snakes' with 25 foot microphone cables. It just gives me more flexibility for stage layout.


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Classic This information is applicable to the L1® Classic
L1 Model I This information is applicable to the L1 Model I

B1 Cable: If you don't have ready access to 4 wire Speakon cables then might want a spare. Not because they fail, but in case you lose one. What I did was get an extra cable and a Male:Male Speakon adapter so I have a spare, but I can also use the spare as an extension if I need a few extra feet.

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Classic This information is applicable to the L1® Classic
L1 Model I This information is applicable to the L1 Model I

Fuses: I've never popped a fuse and you do get a spare with the System. Still, if power is an issue for you, you might want to be prepared.

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Classic This information is applicable to the L1® Classic
L1 Model I This information is applicable to the L1 Model I

If you are getting only one System (for now) you might consider getting an extra Remote. If you are getting more than one System then in a pinch you can set things up with a Remote on one System, then move it to another and use it there.

To be clear... I have never had a problem with any of these little things but if you are micro-attentive then you might want to have some of these close at hand.