Audio audifans :) Need some help
desch at alum.wpi.edu
Wed Sep 20 07:33:00 EDT 2006
If you are good at soldering, you can rebuild the BOSE amps for cheap by
simply replacing all of the electrolytic capacitors. I rebuild all 4 of
the amps in my 200 and they sound decent. There are also schematics
floating around the web for these units, which are also used in Corvettes.
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> Date: Wed, 20 Sep 2006 00:48:05 EDT
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> Subject: Re: Audio audifans :) Need some help quattro Digest, Vol 35,
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> BOSE systems are (IME) amplified speakers which are driven with some
> different Ohm load.
> If you replace BOSE amplied speakers with conventional ones, new wiring and a
> different head unit would be in order. YMMV
> I'm no audio expert.
> -Scott by BOSTON
>> From: "Rob Beatty" <>
>> Need some help. Have a 1995 A6 Sedan with the Bose system. Sounds like I
>> blew one of the rear deck speakers. Upon examination, it appears its driven
>> by an amp in the back, so a standard 6x9 speaker looks like it will be a
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