Reviews and Problems with Bose Virtually Invisible 191
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Overall Great Surround Sound Speakers
jonroe, B&H Photo
2 March 2015
Excerpt: I'm using these speakers as my back surround sound speakers in my theather den. I like they way the sound and look and I like the fact that the cones are angled and somewhat 'throw' the sound making it seem like the sound is not coming from just the speaker.
Pros: Easy to install, Looks Good Installed, Small Wall Footprint, Sound Great
Excerpt: I needed these for my great room in the ceiling and they were the only ones that stated wall or ceiling. I like that the enclosure is included which takes the guess work out of it. Installation was very easy. I made a cut out in a piece of 1/4 inch plywood and used that to mark the cut lines.
Pros: Attractive Design, Easy To Set Up, Quality Mounting Hardware, Sturdy
Summary: These speakers are very easy to install . I put them in a drop ceiling . It took less than an hour . I also bought the drop ceiling kit . It turns out you really don't need it if you have any perforated strapping .You will need some drop ceiling wire to attach to the banding so your ceiling doesn't...
Pros: Very easy to install ,Great Sound ( as you would expect from Bose )Great match with my system. Sony STR-DA5300ES A/V 7.1 RECEIVER ,Oppo DV-980H and Bose 10.2's AM5's 191's,301's Vcs 10 and powered Sub
Excerpt: The sound is excellent and the look is very nice and small. The only problem I encountered is installing them because I have an older home with thicker walls. The turn clips that secure them were to small, but I managed and I love them.
Pros: Attractive Design, Compact, Great Sound Quality, Powerful