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amplifier part number help

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Just visiting from the boxa board.

Does anyone know what these part numbers for a bose amp are and will they fit or make any difference on the 1999 boxster with 6 speaker sound package with amp?




It doesn't show up on my parts CD, and I think its something to do with bose upgrades. Maybe the first one latches on to the existing amp for the rear speakers?

Any help appreciated.

Many thanks.


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The first number is the 2003 Bose amp. The part number now ends in 05. I think that was the MOST amp that had problems. Don't see how you can use it on a 1999 since it is a fiber optic amp.

Second is the 2002 Bose additional amp. I think that is the small amp that mounted to the standard amp.

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Thanks Tool Pants, its good to see a friendly face here too.

Here is a pic of both of them, I guess if I purchased the bose rear shelf from design911.co.uk the second amp should piggy back on to the exisitng amp with some additional wiring? That sounds too straight forward to be true though :(



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