There are many different speaker brands out there for us to deliberate upon and choose our favourite. One of the most well known and highly regarded brands is undoubtedly Bose, who have a massive marketshare in both the speaker market but also the headphone market too.
But if you’re looking for some new speakers, are Bose really worth the money? Or can you get the same experience for a cheaper price with another brand? That’s what we’re going to take a look at and find out.
Are Bose speakers worth the money?
The correct answer is that Bose speakers are definitely worth the money – but only for certain products. Whilst their portable Bluetooth speakers are definitely some of the best in the business, you might be able to find a better option for the same price if you’re looking for a home surround sound system.
This is, of course, all going to be opinion from working with speakers for years and owning many different sets, including the Bose brand. But, let’s look at them a little closer to find out which areas they’re actually worth their cost.
Pros and Cons of Bose Speakers
Areas Where Bose are Good
Whilst there’s a lot of criticism to Bose speakers in general, there are certain areas of audio that even the most knowledgeable audiophiles would say that it’s worth considering the brand. The main areas that I can think Bose excel in are;
Other Brands to Consider
Whilst I’m not out and out saying Bose speakers are bad (at all), they’re definitely pretty expensive for what you’re getting. If you’re looking for a new home speaker setup, then here are some other brands that I’d definitely recommend that you check out; Klipsch, Polk, Dali, JBL, Sonos, Yamaha, Axiom.
All in all, nobody out there is saying that Bose speakers are bad (and if they are, then this isn’t strictly true!). All most audiophiles are saying that for the price that Bose charge, they aren’t quite good enough. And if you spent your money elsewhere, then you could likely pick up a far superior product.