Question about BOSS AUDIO SYSTEMS Car Audio & Video
I cant figure out how to change the volume or the bass on the radio panal itself
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Subwoofer help
hard to tell whats causing this .Just curious make sure speaker wires going to subs are POLARIZED meaning positive from amp is with positive at woofer and NEGATIVE is with negative at woofer.When these are crossed and when volume is raised you will hear the bass cancell each other out..
Posted on Dec 07, 2007
SOURCE: help! no bass sound, low volume
You might want to try using a different size of the earpieces that come with it, and make sure they're inserted fully into your ear. They come with three different size earpieces because people's ears are shaped differently, and having the right size can make a HUGE difference in the sound. If it's done right, it should basically feel like you've just inserted an earplug into your ear.
If that doesn't help, and you've tried another pair of headphones to verify that it's not a problem with your sound source, I would guess you were unlucky enough to get a defective pair.
Posted on May 11, 2009
You need to install a heavier gauge wire to your amp and a capacitor.
It works fine at low volumes because there is enough wattage from the
battery to power the bass output of the amp but at higher volumes the
amp does not have enough power.
Heavier gauge wire supplies more poer, and a capacitor stores a reserve of wattage for the amp to use so that it does not run out while blasting your tunes.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
SOURCE: BOOM BOOM BOOM
The Bose engineers in their "infinite" wisdom developed a $300 radio with no, that is NO, tone control. This means the only way to tune bass response is to reposition the Wave radio itself. If you put it in a corner of a room, it will produce the most bass. If it is only against one wall, not so much bass. To reduce bass response to a minimum, you would have to suspend the device from a wire in the middle of the room. Good luck. I would never buy a radio without a tone control; I literally inherited by Bose Wave Radio and use external speakers which do have tone controls.
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
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