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MINI Cooper, Hyundai Tiburon, Acura RSX, Subaru Impreza, Hatchback
#259 of 298 Enjoying your 6-CD changer
Mar 02, 2003 (4:39 pm)
...one disc at a time, I would imagine.
Mar 03, 2003 (11:16 am)
We took a look up close at the antennae. It looked a lot like a 2nd rear defrost, basically. The hook-up was slightly different, but I'm sure it'll be just as reliable as a defroster.
Mar 03, 2003 (9:45 pm)
You hit the nail right on the head. Not to mention that my subwoofer makes the music a *lot* of fun to listen to. I'm not talking about that Bose crap that came w/ the car.
Mar 05, 2003 (7:11 am)
beo--I'll bet you wish that you could've bought your RSX-S without the B(l)ose gear. Thanks so much for the "luxury content," Acura.
Mar 05, 2003 (7:17 am)
I hate Bose
Mar 05, 2003 (7:20 am)
Roger that, Warp.
#265 of 298 Blose Wimpbass Stupor
Mar 05, 2003 (10:48 pm)
himiler, you're correct. I mean, I like the look and conveninece of the 6-disc (in-dash) CD changer. But I could do w/o the tape player and the lack of power of the head unit, not to mention its lack of track time.
And that "woofer" they threw in the trunk is an embarrassment. Thank God for the convenient and potent Infinity BassLink I bought and installed.
Mar 06, 2003 (7:13 am)
That BassLink is a sweet setup. No easier way to get some thump.
Mar 06, 2003 (11:59 pm)
Thanks ... you got that right! But it gets trashed whenever I go to an audio forum of the car club I belong to. Too many purists out there who demand a separate amp/box/woofer set up. I'm perfectly happy w/ the BassLink. It's got more than enough boom to give me a slammin' headache.
Do you also have a BassLink?
Mar 07, 2003 (6:58 am)
No, I went the "purist" route, but I was very impresed with the BassLink when I was shopping. Naturally, I bought a sub first, and then decided I really didn't need it once I upgraded the head unit and stock speakers. Pulling the the sub gave me back a big chunk of trunk room (at a premium in the Prelude) and saved me a few pounds.
It seemed that no matter how securely I thought I had mounted (and re-mounted) the sub, it would eventually let go and start slamming around the trunk when I got to the twisty parts.