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Have a 2005 base package cayenne without the Bose package, like to know if the wiring is there to add the Bose factory subwoofer and amp for it. And would i also have to change the head unit to the Bose as well to get the full benefit of it. Dont want to go to all the trouble just to add a little bit more low end to it, but would like to know before i buy a subwoofer for it.
Hi, I've recently obtained a Bose rear subwoofer deck for my 03 986 Boxster and like to get feedback as to the easiest way to connect to my CDR-23 with Haes 6chan amp (with MOST). Anyone done this, can it be done? Help much appreciate.
Fixxxer posted a topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)I have a 2004 Targa with the Bose upgrade. When I bought the car, one of the previous owners had replaced the headunit, removed the Bose amp, and had not reconnected the passenger footwell sub. I'm not a huge music listener in the car, so I'd like to remove the Bose subwoofer to get some more legroom back on the passenger side. However, I can't seem to find a carpeted trim piece to cover the hole that's left by the subwoofer. Does anyone know where I can find that, or have a part number? Thanks!
The Bose sub in my 2004 CS had had its amp blown from water getting into the bottom of the trunk when I got the car so I decided to install a better sub. I'm not using the spare tire so I plan to use all the space underneath the luggage compartment for a subwoofer. I figured out the wiring for the subwoofer, but am having troubles with the power sense output that should turn the subwoofer amp off when the car is off. When measured it gives a signal, but in the range of 10v when the car is switched on, 0v when switched off. However when connected to the aftermarket amplifier it shows only a few volts, in the range of 2-3v and the amp does not turn on. So I decided that the amp sense input was pulling the output down from the stereo by drawing too much current. Thus I installed a relay and the same thing happens! The relay only draws a few hundred milliamperes at most so, it shouldn't be a problem. I think that when the original Bose amp blew it messed something up on the head unit - or whatever is sending the power sense signal. Can anyone shed a light on where this signal is coming from and where I would go to find what to fix? Thanks, Thor
Quite a while back there was a thread: about a custom rear deck subwoofer box. While this sub box has disappeared, I was wondering if anyone still on the forum had one or had listened to it. I'm going to either build one of these, or a custom enclosure behind the seats. I may start with this one to figure out if it sounds good enough to keep. If I can squeeze it in, i'll probably use a 10" driver, I'm looking at a few that might work, otherwize it'll be either an 8" Dayton or Tang Band (both of which sound better than the Pioneer). It has the advantage of not having to create a two or three part fiberglass enclosure to replace the sound carpet behind the seats. The behind the seats enclosure would support a 10 or possibly a 12" sub - I'm pretty sure I can get about .8cf on a half panel. I'll probalby start with a single panel but I suspect installation/removeal will require that I split the panel - no way to know until I build it. The goal is to not lose more than 1-2" of seat adjustment - I won't know how much space I can give up until I get the new seats (Cobra Misano) installed. I'm 5'9" 29" inseam. Anyway - If anyone has info they can share I'd appreciate it.