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A4/S4 Symphony/Std speakers Better than Nav+ Bose?!

The911SC May 25, 2005

  1. The911SC

    The911SC Active Member

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    Hi all,
    Bit dissapointed in the RNS-E system with Bose in my S4 when compared to my Symphony system in the A4. There seems to be much more bass in the Symphony system than in the Nav+bose which really surprises me.
    Changed all the settings and tweeked bass/treble etc.
    Anyone else found this?..

    ANyway, I CAN live with it I guess!.. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/shutup.gif
     
  2. AndyMac

    AndyMac Moderator Moderator

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    Yeah the Bose "upgrade" seems to be an acquired taste. Some people love it, I personally think it's bit weak, especially when compared to other Bose systems I've heard.
    It can be very annoying that Bose seem to dictate what they consider to be the "perfect sound", with the Bass & treble having little effect, a bit like theose pretentious high end home HFi systems that don't have bass or treble as "they are not needed". Yeah that's all very well in the perfect acoustic environment, but back in the real world....
    Very "kings new clothes" audiophile ******, without the quality
    I guess I'm just not sophisticated enough to appreciate it.
     
  3. mcs6

    mcs6 New Member

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    theose pretentious high end home HFi systems that don't have bass or treble as "they are not needed".???

    Dude...you need to listen to some good hifi before you say that!

    PM me if interested
     
  4. The911SC

    The911SC Active Member

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    Anyway... I have heard a rumour that audi will go to Bang and Oulfsen in the future. It is already available on a8
     
  5. mcs6

    mcs6 New Member

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    Ohhh that would be fun....BOSE would have cost 400 odd on my A4 (didn't go for it)..>B&O would cost 1500 probably....would look good though.
     

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