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New Bose System Switches EQ Settings Automatically
May 20, 2015

Bose announced the second of its next generation advanced technology systems will automatically switch between two equalization settings.

The system, for the 2016 MX-5 Miata roadster convertible has been tuned for one EQ setting when the car’s top is down and one for the top-up. The Bose system adjusts the EQ settings automatically based on the position of the roof, as well as the level of wind noise and road noise.

The system also places speakers in the front headrests that are acoustically matched to that position.    They include a pair of 2-inch Bose UltraNearfield speakers that work with Bose digital signal processing to create a “wide sound stage even though the speakers are just inches away from the listener,” said Bose.

A pair of 6.5-inch speakers are placed in each door for full-range sound, and 1-inch neodymium tweeters are located in each A-pillar for high-frequency audio. Bass is handled by a 5.25-inch woofer housed in a 6-liter custom enclosure designed to fit under the front passenger footwell without taking up cabin space. Completing the system is a dedicated, 7-channel digital Bose amplifier mounted below the MX-5’s convertible-top storage space.

The first Bose Advanced Technology System was revealed in March for the Cadillac CTS using 34 speakers with 20 channels of custom EQ.

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