Stage Size

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In an ideal situation you will have

  • A minimum of eight feet of stage depth (more if you have a large room) and
  • A minimum of four-six feet of stage width for each player
  • If you have four (or more) performers then you might want width as above and stage depth at least 50%-75% of the width. The farther apart the players are, the more you will want some depth behind you everyone can hear one another.

Examples (minimums - width x length):

  • Two performers: 8' x 8'
  • Four performers: 16' x 8'
    • Minimum: Width: 4 x 4' = 16' Depth 50% of Width = 8'
    • Better: Width: 4 x 6' = 24' Depth 50% of Width = 12'
  • Six performers: 24' x 12'
    • Minimum: Width: 6 x 4' = 24' Depth 50% of Width = 12'

This makes for a tolerable stage, you will probably want a little more room, but you should be able to make this work.

Notes from Page 9 of the Bose® Personalized Amplification System™ family of products Owner's Guide

This is the owners guide for the L1 Classic copyright © 2005