My 3LT convertible is undergoing an audio system upgrade this week. I'm hoping to get it back this afternoon. I've posted some information about the upgrade in the "audio gear question" thread. I'll make a more thorough report when I get it back. Unless they run into problems during installation, the plan is to use Focal K2 speakers plus two JLAudio woofers, an Audison Bit One processor, and two Audison Voce AV Quattro amps. It's rather expensive and takes a lot of labor, but I'm hoping the results will be worth it.Are there any audiophiles out there that could give some suggestions to make our Bose 10 speaker systems better? Could you replace speakers, different or more powerful amps, or would crossovers be useful?
Most of my songs are ripped in Variable Bit Rate between 192-320 Kbps. We are using a 32GB SD card in my wife's car. There are over 4600 songs on it, and is only about 3/4 full. That much music can get you all the way across country a couple times.You can put a lot of songs on a 64GB USB stick. When you rip them, use a high rate you if you can hear the difference then you're not paying attention to your driving!
Yes, you can download the mp3 files to your computer and then download them to your Ipod. I've been using my mp3 in my pickup for several years and bought an Ipod for the C7 and transferred the mp3 files from my computer music library to the Ipod.Can I download the mp3 files to the computer then down load them to the Ipod?
CD's are NOT obsolete. They were an easy way to listen to your favorite music. This new technology SUCKS !!!!They did not make a mistake not putting a cd player in. CDs have been obsolete for many years along with DVDs and soon blurays. This clears up space on the dash and saves weight as well.
Multiple CDs in a car with only two seats are a pain in the A##. I have a 64 GB SD card with almost 6000 songs on it. That’s equivalent to about 500 CDs. Saying “Play the Eagles” is a lot easier than getting a CD out of whatever storage it’s in, then loading it in a slot, and then pushing the play button. In the mean time, if you’re alone, you’ve either stopped paying attention to your driving, or have pulled over to accomplish all this.CD's are NOT obsolete. They were an easy way to listen to your favorite music. This new technology SUCKS !!!!
Just got a C7 Vette, and I miss all the much easier features that my C6 had. If this is progress, I want NO part of it!!