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Old 02-10-01, 01:56 PM
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I HAVE HAD THIS QUESTION ON MY MIND FOR MONTHS NOW.

BOSE IS A GREAT SYSTEM. THEIR SYSTEM HAS A DOLBY DIGITAL DECODER. BUT I HAVENT SEEN ANYWHERE SOMETHING SAYING ABOUT DTS. NOW SHOULD I WAIT UNTIL THEY EVER MAKE THE DTS AVAILABLE WITH A BOSE SYSTEM OR JUST GET ONE BECAUSE OF THEIR GREAT SOUND.

ANOTHER THING DOES ANYONE GET THE SAME QUALITY OF SOUND OF THEIR DTS DVD'S ON A BOSE SYSTEM?

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Old 02-11-01, 12:16 PM
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I HAVE HAD THIS QUESTION ON MY MIND FOR MONTHS NOW.

BOSE IS A GREAT SYSTEM. THEIR SYSTEM HAS A DOLBY DIGITAL DECODER. BUT I HAVENT SEEN ANYWHERE SOMETHING SAYING ABOUT DTS. NOW SHOULD I WAIT UNTIL THEY EVER MAKE THE DTS AVAILABLE WITH A BOSE SYSTEM OR JUST GET ONE BECAUSE OF THEIR GREAT SOUND.

ANOTHER THING DOES ANYONE GET THE SAME QUALITY OF SOUND OF THEIR DTS DVD'S ON A BOSE SYSTEM?

It is commonly known that Bose is a company that puts most of its money into advertising in magazines and such to appear that they are a well received brand.
In actuality, this is not the case. While Bose may sound alright, they are overpriced and cannot hold their own when compared to other speakers that are half the price.

I would advise you not to buy a Bose system again just to get DTS. Enjoy what you have right now but when the time warrants, go with a new receiver and better speakers. You'll end up spending less than the Bose package and get much better sound.
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Old 02-11-01, 03:51 PM
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Dude,

Consider buying a new keyboard for your computer...particularly one without the CAPS LOCK key.

As for the Bose question...if you go to http://www.hometheaterforum.com and search for "BOSE" you will find a plethora of information about said product.
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guess you must have burnt that Diode, Zener
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Old 02-11-01, 05:37 PM
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Originally posted by raven56706
I HAVE HAD THIS QUESTION ON MY MIND FOR MONTHS NOW.

BOSE IS A GREAT SYSTEM. THEIR SYSTEM HAS A DOLBY DIGITAL DECODER. BUT I HAVENT SEEN ANYWHERE SOMETHING SAYING ABOUT DTS. NOW SHOULD I WAIT UNTIL THEY EVER MAKE THE DTS AVAILABLE WITH A BOSE SYSTEM OR JUST GET ONE BECAUSE OF THEIR GREAT SOUND.

ANOTHER THING DOES ANYONE GET THE SAME QUALITY OF SOUND OF THEIR DTS DVD'S ON A BOSE SYSTEM?

WHY ARE YOU SHOUTING,WHY AM I SHOUTING,OH AND BOSE SUCKS....

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Nope, still retaining charge
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