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Speaker recommendations



  • Mike VE3CKO
    Mike VE3CKO Member ✭✭✭
    edited April 2019
    I too have used the Bose Companion and they do sound good but for me just not enough power output. My shack is 24 x 12 with vaulted ceiling so had my Bose 301 going through an amp but then ended up with the JBL Control 2P 35w powered speakers, they sound great and have a little headroom which is always nice to have.
  • Ryan - NC4RA
    Ryan - NC4RA Member ✭✭
    edited March 2017
    I also have the JBL Control 2P speakers with wall mount kit and love them!
  • Jim Miller
    Jim Miller Member
    edited April 2017
    I replaced my older 2.1 computer speakers with the Bose Companion series 3 upon recommendation by Flexradio and they sound remarkable to me.  Several other speakers or amp combos had problems with tx rf getting into them but the Bose does not even at legal limit power.  I love the rich tone on broadcast stations also.  Flex radios have remarkable audio on rx and ssb or am tx also.  Last night some guys were discussing the receivers on their radios and one commented his was the best he ever heard and ALMOST AS GOOD AS A FLEX!  Seems Flex has set a standard for audio quality that superhet radios cannot match.  Non Flesx owners have a hard time understanding direct conversion with no if stages and brick wall filtering.  If anyone bleeds over on a Flex they are splattering!
  • Jim Miller
    Jim Miller Member
    edited April 2017
    Like the old saying goes  You get what you pay for!
  • Ernest
    Ernest Member ✭✭
    edited April 2017
    It all depends on your hearing range...
    You can buy the best speaker system available but if the speakers is not in the range of your ears; what is it worth?
  • Dewey WØYWW
    Dewey WØYWW Member ✭✭
    edited February 2019
    I've been interested in this speaker, but need to know if there are any CW audio frequency resonances, that most speakers exhibit.
  • Clay N9IO
    Clay N9IO Member ✭✭✭
    edited August 2019
    I love my Bose Companion 2 Series 3 speakers so much that I added a second pair configured below.
    I have the Flex configured Aural.
    I have a little hearing issue and find this easy on the ears and avoid headphones unless absolutely needed to copy that weak one.  Happy camper here.

    I connected the Flex 6300 line out to a STERIO 1/8" "Y" connector, each sterio output is connected to the 1st Line In of each speaker pair.

    The 2nd input to the left bank of speakers is connected to the Flex computer's line out.
    The 2nd input of the right bank is connected to the line out of another computer (music/ball games, etc).  Oddly, I am not experiencing any RF ingress issues here.
    Let me mention though that I added ferrite to each audio input and output, I subscribe to the book of Jim Brown K9YC, ferrite is your friend my friend.

    Clay N9IOimage

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