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I've noticed that a few of the other posts on the Bose system are devoted to debating what constitutes a good sound in a car audio and whether good auto sound is an oxymoron.
Those are legitimate questions but I am one of those who find the Bose system deficient and I would just like to know what specific steps people who share my views have taken to make the system sound better according to their own tastes.
I find the bass way too boomy. Has anyone found a way to correct this (perceived) deficiency?
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I have to confess that I make my comments on the basis of a test drive. My car doesn't arrive for two weeks.
But yes, I thought there was too much bass while driving. I turned the bass all the way down and also experimented with turning the AudioPilot on and off. Still too boomy.
I know that musical listening habits change and that a lot of current music features heavy bass. But I listened to different sorts of music as I drove. Music means a lot to me, even in a car, and I have been a stereophile for many years. The Alpines I had installed in previous RX-7s sounded much better to my ears.