I do prefer the Bose range of speakers personally as they seem to produce better audio. Ohm is probably cheaper however we can see with Hex that Ohm speakers can't cope as well with high amplitudes for instance in the Cinema room. It seems Tussauds/Merlin have worked with Ohm in the far past with the majority speakers on Towers Street being Ohm. On the Ohm speakers they haven't tried taking the logos off whereas with the Bose ones Merlin story their hardest. I'm sure Merlin still have plenty of 32se and 402 speakers hidden in some storage area. It will be interesting to see what happens next.
I have to agree with you. Bose's range of speakers do produce better audio especially their 402's & 802's. They're so much clearer sounding even at higher volumes. I remember going to Warwick Castle back in the day and the various jousting shows there were using Bose 802's the clarity was phenomenal compared to the Ohm's now they sound a bit muffled. Good point on the logos, when they installed the speakers on The Smiler all the Bose logos were removed weren't they! Tower street did have stacks of Bose 32se's though didn't it?