Bose lifestyle - with or without the dvd player?


Bronze Member
Username: Dish_newb

Post Number: 24
Registered: Apr-06
A store around me has many Bose lifestyle systems on 50% off sale. I am considering getting one. A few questions:

a. A number of you in these forums have stated that Bose is over-rated and expensive? WOuld you say the same if I got it at 50% off?

b. If I were to get the bose, I'd like to know which one should I get - the classic lifestyle series (48,38,28) or the V series (V30, V20, V10 etc.) The V sesries comes without the DVD player. Is it worth paying for the DVD player? Or should I just get my own?

Bronze Member
Username: Vm8444

Post Number: 28
Registered: Aug-05
ha ha bose

such shite

save your cash

research here and avsforum for something decent

Silver Member
Username: Jrbay

Livonia [Detroit area], Michigan USA

Post Number: 546
Registered: Feb-08
I will spare the economics lesson (like just because it is 50% off...) but ANY purchase like this has to be led by your ears. Whatever the brand and/or cost if it rocks your socks off and you have a chance to audition several models and brands of equipment and Bose is right for you then the 50% off (probably refurbished) looks pretty attractive and there is no one here who can say that buying something that makes you happy is a bad purchase!

Bronze Member
Username: Vm8444

Post Number: 33
Registered: Aug-05
ya ok jim your ears is only thing that matters I agree..
but what is he or anyone tone deaf?
listen to something good over average and his ears will know..
the question then is
has he heard anything that fulfills value

in terms of sound quality?

and I think best bang for the buck..
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