Re: bose audio
The Bose system is very good for a standard installation. However, as has already been said, it doesn't comapre to an average aftermarket install and is a lot less hassle.
The Bose amp does not use any standard connection like RCA's. To get the Bose system to work with an aftermarket headunit you need to alter the original wiring as well (quite easy though).
yesterday I put my Pioneer head unit in. Today, I am wiring in my MP3 player into the boot an adding an amp to poer a seperate sub in the boot. This way my head unit will onlt allow upper bass frequencies and above to all the standard speakers and sub (ie anything above 50 or 80Hz) and leave my sub to handle just the lowest frequencies. This way, I can just remove the sub from the boot and switch my headunit to full range if I need the boot space. However, I woulnd't be doing all that if I didn't already have the Bose system, and just go for a normal aftrmarket setup.
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