[200q20v] Besides Claire...other source for rear Bose amps?
charlie at istari.com
Wed Apr 18 20:11:42 EDT 2001
This stuff is all sitting at home on a shelf (all over the house,
acutally) ever since the 911 was parked for a tensioner replacement.
I can include a list of parts but they probably can't be found these
days, only current production equivalents. ( I did see a Nak PA-300
on ebay a few days ago )
Ok, I just deleted a page of typing that nobody needs to hear, here's
I go crazy w/o any music in the car, or bad sounding audio. I expect
to shove SOMETHING into the trunk and maybe in the dash and wherever
else the spirit moves me. Sounds like several listers have similar
pains so I'll post a post-install report next week ( if I do the job ).
> I have no idea what 6" Yamaha subs are for a car audio application,
> but your idea sounds interesting. I'd like to see what you actually
> I scrapped my whole Bose system- it sounded absolutely horrible.
> It totally justified why Bose has been called "Blows- no highs, no
> lows." I had to turn the treble to max just to make it sound like it
> had some highs. Now, with Boston Acoustics speakers driven by an
> a/d/s amp, it sounds quite nice, even though the dash-mounted tweeters
> make it sound a bit too bright. I don't have adjustable crossovers
> on my speakers, so I can't tone down the treble like you can with
> the MB Quart competition crossover.
> If I wanted to make the system sound even better, I would have
> gotten a/d/s components, because I'm not one to spend the time and
> money fabbing custom door pods to hold a larger speaker. Otherwise,
> I would have mounted some nice a/d/s 6.5" components in the front
> doors and equivalent 6.5" coaxes in the back.
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