Love your new Bose soundbar but want to kick the performance up a notch? Add the Bose Bass Module 700—it’s the difference between hearing bass and feeling thunder. And it’s the best wireless bass module we’ve ever designed for any of our home cinema systems. In fact, it’s the best performance you can get from a subwoofer of this size. It connects wirelessly to your soundbar and adds even more depth and impact to everything from explosive movie effects to house-rocking playlists.
With its premium glass-top finish, the Bose Bass Module 700 offers a sophisticated look that you won’t find in typical subwoofers or home cinema equipment. Of course, this isn’t typical equipment. This subwoofer delivers a dynamic range of bass from a powerful driver and generously sized port, with QuietPort technology that virtually eliminates distortion. So go ahead, turn up the music and feel that rhythm move through the house.
Can the Bose Bass Module 700 be wired?
Yes. If for some reason a wired connection is preferred, the Bose Bass Module 700 can be hardwired together using the Bose Bass Module Connection Cable.
What placement guidelines should be considered to ensure optimal audio performance of the Bose Bass Module 700?
For best sound quality, the Bose Bass Module 700 should be placed on the floor against the same wall as the television and soundbar, with an electrical socket nearby for the power cable. The bass module should not be placed on a shelf or table. For more bass, the bass module should be placed closer to walls and corners. For less bass, the bass module should be pulled away from walls and corners.
Can the Bose Bass Module 700 be added to other one-piece Bose speakers, such as the Bose Smart Speaker 500 or SoundTouch 10 wireless speaker?
No. The Bose Bass Module 700 can only be added to the Bose Smart Soundbar 300, Bose TV Speaker, Bose Smart Soundbar 700, Bose Soundbar 500 and the SoundTouch 300 soundbar.