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Bose V35 vs V25 vs T20 vs 535 vs 525 (Series II) Review

Bose is a famous manufacture of leading electronic goods. It specializes in large scale production of sound systems, sub woofers, noise cancelling headsets and as well loudspeakers. Due to its high technology application, research and mass production it is able to supply the consumer with perfect entertainment creatures.

Buying Options for your Home Theater System

1. Shop Bose V35 or the New Bose 535 Series II (Luxury)

Select one below

Bose V35 Bose Lifestyle 535 Series II Home Entertainment System

Bose Lifestyle V35
Since May, 2010

  • 5-speaker surround sound system digned for use with your home entertainment componentses
  • Guided setup and simplified use with easy-to-follow onscreen messages
  • 3D compatibility ensures you’ll see content as intended with 3D TVs, Blu-ray Disc players, gaming consoles and other 3D sources.
  • Includes AM/FM tuner, dock for iPod® or iPhone®, remote with LCD display
  • Includes premium Jewel Cube® speakers

New Bose Lifestyle 535 II
Since October, 2013

  • Immersive 5.1 surround sound from Jewel Cube speaker arrays and a hideaway Acoustimass module
  • Dynamic surround sound, guided setup and simplified use with easy-to-follow onscreen messages
  • Easily connect and control up to 6 of your HD video and music sources, with video upscaling to 1080p
  • AM/FM tuner and remote with LCD display
  • Customizes its sound to fit your room for a consistent, high-quality performance

 

2. Shop Bose V25, T20, or the New Bose 525 Series II (Budget)

Select one below

Bose V25 Bose T20 Bose 525

Bose V25
Since May, 2010

  • 5-speaker surround sound system designed for use with your home entertainment components
  • Guided setup and simplified use with easy-to-follow onscreen messages
  • 3D compatibility ensures you’ll see content as intended with 3D TVs, Blu-ray Disc players, gaming consoles and other 3D sources.
  • Includes AM/FM tuner, dock for iPod® or iPhone®, remote with LCD display
  • Includes compact Direct/Reflecting® speakers

Bose T20
Since May, 2010

  • 5-speaker surround sound system for movies and gaming
  • Guided setup and simplified use with easy-to-follow onscreen messages
  • HD connectivity for up to 6 sources, video upscaling to 1080p
  • Includes Direct/Reflecting® speakers
  • 3D compatibility ensures you’ll see content as intended with 3D TVs, Blu-ray Disc players, gaming consoles and other 3D sources.

New Bose 525 II
Since October, 2013

  • Spacious 5.1 surround sound from Direct/Reflecting speaker arrays and a hideaway Acoustimass module
  • Dynamic surround sound, guided setup and simplified use with easy-to-follow onscreen messages
  • Easily connect and control up to 6 of your HD video and music sources, with video upscaling to 1080p
  • AM/FM tuner and remote with LCD display
  • Customizes its sound to fit your room for a consistent, high-quality performance

+Browse all the best Bose Lifestyle Home Theater System in September 2014
Among its leading products include Bose V35, V25 and as well T20 home theater systems. All the above electronic systems are tailor made to best suit a home’s entertainment needs. Though very close in feature they all have vital differences in terms of functionality, inputs, features, outputs and as well sub-woofers specifications.

Inputs

Of all of them only Bose lifestyle V25 has an analogue audio input and as well lack composite inputs and digital optical devices. The V25 and T29 models do lack a digital coax in its input features. Only T20 model has a headphone jack which diverts the audio direction to headphones once inserted. Despite this advantage it is without an iPod connection port. The two only features shared among the three of them are the USB port and HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) input.

Functionality and features

All of these devices are composed of DTS (defense travel systems) decoders. These decoders are Dolby digital (5.1) versions. All have a maximum resolution power of 1080 pixels which makes the models unique in its own way. All of them come with a 3D capability. The up-scaling mode is a future limited to the T20 and the V25devices while an FM tuner is only found in the T20 Bose lifestyle home theater. Bose lifestyle V25 is the only one which dose come minus subwoofers in the package. The other two versions have exclusive designs of the sub-woofers and with a dimension of 13 H x 8 x 21.63 inches.

Outputs

The V35 has the greatest power output as it is composed of 3 analog audio unit compared to T20 which has none and the other model totally lacks any input hence the lowest sound output. The V35 model has 6 composite video input hence is the most technologically advanced model compared to the rest which each has only two of these. The digital coax described above is only limited to the V35 model, while T20 together this model have digital optical inputs added to their component for maximum audio output. All the models have HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) inputs but they vary in terms of numbers. The V25model is the only one with a lesser number, having three of them while the rest each is composed of 4 units. The T20 model is the only piece of technology here which lacks a universal serial bus (USB) while all the other models each have a single one. The greatest similarity that the manufacturer set in place is that all the models have each a single HMDI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) output.

7 Responses to Bose V35 vs V25 vs T20 vs 535 vs 525 (Series II) Review

  • Mike Conroy says:

    “All have a 3D capability with a built in DVD player. The other common feature these systems share is that they have a built in Blue- Ray player to support DVD and Blue- Ray discs to allow users to listen to their favorite music of choice.”

    HUH?! From what I see none of them have a built in anything except a tuner. Am I missing something?

  • Tom Husington says:

    We had been thinking for long to buy a home music system. My son’s obsession with something having woofer functionality and my search for a perfect entertainment provider ended with Bose V25. It has been in use for two now and has never shown a sign of any glitch.

  • Tyler Somerson says:

    My dad gifted me a Bose V25 on my birthday last year. I was elated as i had finally got a music player, rather the true champion of sound. I use it with my crew for our dance practice sessions.

  • Sebastian Berg says:

    I recommend buying Bose products for the simple fact that they are the best providers when it comes to sound quality as well the visuals output . I ordered a Bose V35 in May this year and it has been a splendid experience altogether.

  • Camao says:

    I would definitely go for the Bose 525 soon. My friend just received his and i loved the acoustic effects it is capable of producing. Keeping aside the jagrons of its operation, the sound just immersed me in it fully.

  • Schneider says:

    I am a newbie into music production and had been looking for a perfect music system. I finalized the Bose T20 as it meets all that i seek and is in my budget as well. Excited to receive it soon.

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