Yeah I messed with the very basic tone adjustments in both the stock and bose systems, but it still didnt make the bose impress me. All I could find were bass, mid, and treble controls. It just didn't seem to have much "punch" or "sparkle".Did you check the tone settings? When I first bought mine, the tone was set for talk radio, which pulls out the low frequencies
I agree and did the same before I ordered my 2014 with the base speakers!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?
According to Chevy, the Bose system is 30% smaller, 40% lighter and uses 50% less energy than a comparable Bose system.Bose is not that great and not that powerful in my opinion. My understanding is that a big part of the Bose is a little bit of energy savings. Anyone else here that? I have the Bose in my '14.
Yeah but I'd be cautious about messing with the electrical systems in an electric high tech car.I've given up expecting "excitement" from auto company installed sound systems. They're always a compromise due to space. Only a full custom system will make your car ROCK!