The *** is very impressive for the price, absolute bargain.
This is interesting. I was initially underwhelmed by the B&O and have even mentioned on here that a Mark Levinson system in a Lexus I once had was better. However, a few months in and the B&O is sounding superb. I definitely improves a lot with a bit of 'running in'. Agree about the focus......originally had mine central, but amending to front also made a big impact. So in conclusion, needs time and tweaking, but if you like music in the car the B&O is a worthwhile investment.I am a professional classical musician and audiophile. Obviously specced the B&O: you must give it time to "loosen" because when the car was new, I was a bit lukewarm about it. Then, after hours of listening, I am quite satisfied by it. Good bass and mid response, a bit too shrilly the highs for my taste but a) it depends of the media you are playing b) you are free to play with the settings: I lowered a bit the sub (1 tick CCW) and the highs (1 tick CCW). Absolutely set the focus to front and not to front+rear.
Hmmmm....*** is awesome, What radio station were you tuning into, some French one.
Using High quality MP3's on the SD card makes a massive difference. iPods etc are rubbish as they compress the music so much.
B&O, set focus to "Front", set volume to 30-35, kick out any passengers (they obscure the passenger door speakers), play any CD or High Bit Rate SD/MP3 you like....
Sit back and listen to TRUE awesomeness
^^^ These are the basic settings you need to start getting the most from B&O, do this before you start fiddling with treble/bass/sub etc.