I've hit 40mpg in my 2.0 TFSI driving mainly in normal Drive mode, but also sporadically in Dynamic with local driving. Pretty impressed considering it's a petrol engine so far and only 200 miles on the clock.
I did the same too and it's improved it.
Hoping Audi release a software update in the near future which rectifies the issue though! Would be good to listen to DAB with the same equiliser settings as my phone amp app.
I did try this, but it sounds almost mono - the bass does improve but it's still a far cry from previous. Will probably need to get used to it.
I can always adjust the levels on my phone if I'm streaming a playlist so there's always that.
Perhaps that explains why it isn't so loud in the driver's seat as it's so far back. You would have assumed directing the balance would increase this rear volume so it can be heard in the front - but it's still a faint bassline compared to my previous car without a dedicated sub.
I can understand it would be a downgrade from having a car previously with a subwoofer - but I've come from a car with no sub and the basic sound system and find the 'upgraded' 10 speaker *** system to be in actual fact a downgrade.
Tried a few different sources and it's still the same - but...
Have maxed the Bass and Treble on the Sound settings as on all previous cars to provide a fuller sound - but the Audi Sound System (***) :blink: doesn't seem to give the same richness in sound that my bog standard A3 SE had.
Any recommendations, or do the speakers need 'bedding in'?