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  1. You have no problem. The small speakers are L&R surrounds. In a home theater system, relatively little material (volume) eminates from these, likewise the Bose system. They are essentially reverb speakers. The center speaker (between the seats) is the subwoofer. Subwoofers are non-directional; you "feel" more than hear this, also your source (CD) must contain really low bass for the sub to kick in. You will lose substantial audio quality with the top down, as you lose a reflected surface. You will never achieve the level of audio quality in a roadster as you would in a sedan. Turn down your volume, and turn up your RPM's...that's music! ;)
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