Does anyone know if there are any aftermarket companies manufacturing subwoofer enclosures and interfacing hardware for the 2014 stingray's audio system?
I personally am a big Bose fan. Why is that the case? I think I may be just a little bit biased. Back when I was in school, one of my electrical engineering professors (from whom I not only took classes, but also asked to serve as a committee member for both my doctoral candidacy examination as well as my Ph.D. dissertation defense) was someone who, a decade before I was even born, studied with both Y. W. Lee and Amar G. Bose while he was at MIT. He always spoke very fondly of Professor Bose, and his time at MIT.Can you quantify why you do not like Bose? Maybe suggest links that explain the problem with them?
Just simply saying this does not make you sound educated about the issue but rather opinionated and lacking in any true knowledge.
All due respect I'm a huge Bose fan. The best STOCK car audio I ever heard.Yup Bose i mean Blows audio definitely has much to desired to the trained ear. But to a lot of people who have never heard anything better will enjoy the blows the biggest mass marketing audio company ever. .............
Very we'll said.All due respect I'm a huge Bose fan. The best STOCK car audio I ever heard.
While I'm not sure of your credentials I've been a musician/record producer for 40 years. Have spent many hours in the recording studio. Have had top ten records as a player and a producer.
When I want to preview a new release I sometimes play it in my car.
Friends that are also in the music business are also amazed.
If you can tell me what's better i will give it a listen.
That's what I did, added an amplifier, and a quality subwoofer, and it made the system sound a lot better, next I will be switching out individual speaker components to try and add some crispness and clarity to it. The Bose amplifiers are really proprietary, even the addition of the sub-amp. was a really fun task.I'm not a fan of Bose either but they are better than most other systems I've ever had in a car. The Harman Kardon I had in my BMW was the nicest system that ever came with a car I purchased. Having said that, the Bose system doesn't bother me. If I was willing to pay over $1k to get my car detailed and treated, dropping some dough on some additional sound equipment won't stress me out.
Wow ...The Hyundai Genesis Lexicon system has, hands down, the cleanest, crispest, broadest defined system I have ever heard in any production vehicle. And who would have thought that Hyundai would have incorporated that system into one of their vehicles?