Question about Bose 201s

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  1. Darren Davis

    Darren Davis Stunt Coordinator

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    I'm not particularly a fan of Bose and I know mostly everyone here feels the same but my brother gave me a pair of Bose 201s to use as rears in my system for the time-being until I get some Klipsh KSF-S5 surrounds. Well, these speakers don't have the spec stickers and my brother can't remember any info about them. They're about (guess here) 10 years old according to him. What I'm really trying to find is the Ohm on the speakers and the wattage. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. Jeremy Hegna

    Jeremy Hegna Supporting Actor

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    You may want to check the Bose website...I'm sure they'll have an answer for you there.
    Free speakers=good speakers[​IMG]
    I have a pair of 301s in my office and I believe they are 6 or 8ohm....about 100 watts in handling. Yours should work just fine as surrounds.
    Jeremy
     
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    I've already checked their website and they only have the newer Bose 201 IVs. I think these are the first 201s. Thanks for the reply.[​IMG] I really hope these are 8 ohm.
     
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    I used to own a pair of Bose 201's (please don't hate me). I believe they are 8 ohms.
     
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