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Is There Any Update On B&O Set UP??

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I also have B&O fitted as an option I have the speakers but the sounds just ordinary.I've look on my mmi menu under sound but there is no trace of B&O in there can anyone HELP!! ??
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Golfdeeko, you might want to check with forum member, Blackjack76. It seems he encountered the same issue. Check out this thread. I didn't find where he posted the final outcome, though, after taking the car back to the dealer.
Golfdeeko I have not yet had this problem fixed. I am waiting for a centre armrest to arrive and be retrofitted (I missed this off the spec sheet when ordering). I want to get both things done at the same time. My dealer plans to do both jobs on 7 Feb. Once the B&O setup problem is fixed I will post details of the solution
S4toA5, thanks for the information. I really hope this is not the case as this means there are no settings to change the sound focus to driver, rear, etc (other than messing around with balance and fader).

If this is true then it is yet another unwelcome consequence of not choosing Sat Nav that are not documented anywhere. :mad:
So that is confirmed then. The B&O without nav doesnt get the surround focus or the ability to adjust the surround.

Thanks for posting those as its the only way to end the speculation.
A question for those with B&O and SatNav: if you set the sound focus to driver, can you see what that does to the balance and fader settings (e.g. balance on 3 fader on 4)? If so, it would be great if someone could take a note of the settings so that the same sound focus can be manually configured
I am going to keep my appointment with my dealer on 6 Feb anyway. I am far from satisfied with the quality of the B&O system. So hopefully something else is wrong with my setup...or am I just clutching at straws...
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