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  1. Generation 1 Chevy Volt (2011-2015)
    I just did a back to back comparison this weekend at a dealership in a couple of used Gen1's, and honestly I couldn't tell the difference. I was expecting the bose to WOW me, but it didn't. Anyone else think the bose upgrade is wasted money?
  2. Generation 2 Chevy Volt (2016-2020)
    I have a 2017 Volt and like everybody else love it, 1500+ miles only 0.1 gallons burned so far My question is in relation to the specifications of the Bose Sound System, I have gone through this forum and on internet (google) and so far I have not been able to find those specifications. I come...
  3. Accessories, Apps, Modifications - Gen 1 Volt
    Seems like everyone at work is getting new cars, trucks and two-ton rolling scrap yard of steel (SUVs) and one of the big things when talking about their options is "I got the Bose System" and the Bose logo is nicely placed on the dash. My Volt, I have to point in the foot well and say "I have...
  4. Generation 1 Chevy Volt (2011-2015)
    I am considering getting my first Volt and I'm pondering a Bose audio system. I have a pair of their headphones, which are amazing; they turn the roar of a jet engine down to just a rush of wind, so long flights are very tolerable. And music sounds great over top of it; you don't have to turn it...
  5. Accessories, Apps, Modifications - Gen 1 Volt
    People complain about car audio systems. Here's a 20Hz - 20 kHz sine wave frequency sweep MP3 file you can copy to a USB flash drive and play in your Volt (or anywhere). It tests the capabilities of the sound system and your hearing. I thought the results were interesting...
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