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Before I did the following I found the bass was lacking, but worse, at medium and high volumes the highs and mids were painful to my ears. I was disappointed until I fiddled with the settings:
I found turning up the ( Gala/whatever the name of the B&O DSP is/surround effect?) as well as turning up the bass and setting the sound to Driver Oriented made a big difference and I can't say I think this system sounds poor. Deep lush bass with plenty of punch and clarity regardless of volume.
The Pioneer sounded like a good idea so the sub and dynamat will be here tomorrow - already removed the rear deck and the old sub. Wasn't as bad as I though it would be although I was bit nervous about cracking the speaker grills but, they came out with a little gentle persuasion.
Any chance you could tell me how to remove the boot linings to access the parcel shelf from inside the boot/from underneath? I need to know as I'm hoping to mount an air tank there soon.
The stock amp has enough power to drive the Pioneer Sub, no problem. Just remember to switch the polarity of the sub when you hook it up. The B&O System was designed with a downward firing sub and you're installing it facing upward. If you hook it up with the same polarity it will be 180 degrees out of phase. It makes a very noticeable difference.