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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-17-2019, 08:09 PM Thread Starter
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If you plan to add a subwoofer amp and sub to your Traverse,Enclave or Acadia then this harness makes the job simple.No cutting and splicing the stock wiring,just plug-n-play at the vehicles stock amplifier.

When contacting me with inquiries,please provide a photo of the 3-digit RPO code list located in the passenger glovebox.Below is a video demonstration and you can find pricing in the description.

If you're interested in purchasing one or have any questions, contact me at [email protected]
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-18-2019, 08:25 AM
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If you have a Traverse with the premium 10 speaker Bose already have a subwoofer amp and Richbass sub.....don't take my word for it, take GM's

OEM Bose may not be one you can blow your brains out (although at sufficiently high volume sufficient still loud enough to qualify one for future hearing aids) while trying to concentrate on driving. Even if you pi$$ away big bucks on replacement speakers, amps etc. you are still driving in a tin can with assorted tire and road where near the level to fully appreciate the tonal quality and dynamic range of a CD/DVD wityh the money thrown toward running Bose 901s off a high end receiver in a quiet living room. Regardless, the OEM Bose already has a subamp and subwoofer just the same; amp is usually under the console and speaker behind the large grille, center dash.

Only Bose automotive systems I'm aware of that don't have a subwoofer are GM's with a column shifter like my Silverado where the only Bose available is the cheapo $500. upgrade instead of the $1000 system with the sub. And the $500 was better spent thrown toward a Klipsch sub and adjusting the cutoff on the 901s.

Current Chevys -'16 Silverado LT;'18 Malibu LT Redline;'18 Traverse Premier Redline<br /><br />Previous&nbsp; Chevys:16 Malibu LT2 '17 Impala;'16 MalibuLT;'15 Camaro LS;'15 Traverse; '13,'12 and '07 Avalanche LTs; '11 Tahoe LT; '13 &'11 Malibu LTs; '08 Trailblazer;'06 Colorado WT..... Chrysler era.....'80 Citation;'75 Impala;'72 Chevelle;'69 Camaro R/T;'65 Impala SS;'62 Nova
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post #3 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-18-2019, 11:46 AM Thread Starter
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Thomcat,some people are very satisfied with their stock Bose systems and some are only satisfied with the mid-high end and want more in the low end.

I'm not sure what your motivations are with that post(seems like you're trying to persuade people that they don't need an upgrade) but if I had to guess you probably work for Bose or Chevrolet.

Whatever,people have the freedom to choose what they want to do with their own vehicles and the harnesses I make are an affordable,safe and clean way to integrate into the stock system plus it does not disturb any of the factory functions.
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