Post by 95mushroom on Mar 20, 2005 13:06:41 GMT -6
I tried bose.com with little success finding anything about their automotive stuff. Your best bet is ebay or a junkyard like you said. If you need your amp reworked, try carstereohelp.com. They fix my amp and lets worked flawlessly for 1 1/2 years at 75%+ volume levels.
There was a GM 6 disc changer but never for the Auroras. The Bose head unit is identical to the standard one except for Bose on the cassette door. There was a 12 disc option available for the Aurora that was mounted in the trunk, regardless of whether you got Bose or standard.
If you put one BOSE component in then you have to put ALL BOSE components in. You can't just run one part and not the others. They're all basically integrated with eachother. The entire system won't function properly without all the components. The speaker sizes are different too aren't they? (speakers in rear doors.) also, the BOSE systems had a subwoofer in the rear deck did they not?
Post by bLACk AurOrA on Mar 20, 2005 20:47:58 GMT -6
im gonna get the whole bose stereo. the head unit the 12 disc changer amp and sub. if u put the head unit in plug the amp and changer in i dont see why it wouldnt work? the main reason i wanna do it so i can hold more CD's and because i heard the changer plays burnt CD's. my stock system sounds like my friends system with a 12" sub and 900watt amp. on the inside that is. u try putting in new 6x9's? i got rockford fosgate punch and there awesome
Sorry to get off topic, but I saw a BOSE Acoustimass home theatre system and man was it NICE....I take for granted the system that is in my car (even tho the larger driver side speaker only works 30% of the time )
I believe you do have to have all the BOSE components already in the car, or start looking the more affordable aftermarket route.