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. Very easy to install but a bit harder on an outside wall with insulation because of the size of the speaker that lives within the wall.
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. Wire hookup was also easy, I crimped spade terminals on 14ga wire and everything went together perfect with no pullout's.
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 droop .
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