It comprises 8 speakers (2 in the A-pillars, 2 in the front doors, 2 in the rear doors or side-panels on the 3dr, 1 centre speaker on top of the dash and a subwoofer in the boot) plus a 200-odd watt amp in the boot somewhere.swarrin said:I'm actually thinking about getting the Bose sound upgrade myself.
Does anybody know what it actually comprises of, as i havent been able to find any information about it online, or in any of the Audi brochures.
This is incorrect, I just picked up my A3 S-Line this weekend with the BOSE sound system, it has GALA features and in the tone menu you can alter the bass, mid and trebble settings. It also has a built in microphone in the roof which detects road noise and cancels it to give the listner a clear crisp sound, the bass is deep and the trebble is crisp. I have had it on full volume, no rattles, no distortion and even from outside the bodywork doesnt rattle... All around I think its a cracking bit of kit and defiently worth the extra pennies.0fr0ad said:It is very disappointing because you have no chance to adjust mid-frequency. You even dont have GALA function, which is available on the standard radio. Subwoofer is not sufficient. Sound gets better and better when you increase the volume. The reason is you get more power on the subwoofer and, mid-frequency speakers reaches to their limit.
On the otherhand, the only good thing with the system is having no distortion even on top volume.