[200q20v] RE: Was RE new 20v owner questions, now RE Bose Stereo
malth at umich.edu
Sat Nov 17 13:20:25 EST 2001
Having goofed around with all that stereo crap on my old CQ (I got an
amp, MB Quarts, etc.) I like my Bose system alot personally, I'd never
consider changing it. I do have a different head unit, but I believe the
sound quality is great and it's nice that it's OEM and not spliced here
and there, etc.
Especially now that I'll be getting 2 free & new rear speakers, 50% of
the system will be brand new again so that only leaves 2 to have
problems with, and it all sounds fine (quality/not going to fail-wise)
On Sat, 17 Nov 2001 C1J1Miller at aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 11/17/01 12:00:19 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> 200q20v-request at audifans.com writes:
> > Derek,
> > If you had a chance to listen to my stereo, you'd admit that there's
> > far more music than that crappy Bose system that is OEM.
> I hear this comment from many people. Wonder if the issue is that many
> people's Bose setup is broken? Mine's pretty good, and I do know good audio.
> Can I do better? Yes. Will it be expensive, and not worth the effort and
> cost? IMO, yes.
> I also judge it while driving, not just parked. IMO, if you had a car stereo
> that sounded ideal while parked, it would not sound ideal while driving on
> the highway.
> To improve on the stock bose, you'd need: headunit, probably amps, front and
> rear speakers. Lots of $.
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