Wonder if the use of Bluetooth initially damaged the speakers - there was a lot of crackling and noise blast when switching between Bluetooth and radio in the early days.I also had the premium B&O system in my R8 and agree with UFO Joe, the Fisker system sounds better. To each his own!
I doubt the Bluetooth had that big of impact but just for kicks next time your at the dealer ask them to listen to one of the cars they have in stock more then likely they have the latest software and weren't on the road so they shouldn't of had the Bluetooth issue speakers should still be brand new .Wonder if the use of Bluetooth initially damaged the speakers - there was a lot of crackling and noise blast when switching between Bluetooth and radio in the early days.
What I notice most is that the music doesn't appear omnidirectional - I can sense it's coming from a specific speaker. Also the higher end notes (like symbols or vocal tracks) seem muddled. Bass response is good but that's about it.
How did you travel forward in time to have your car placed into service?I actually thought the sound quality in the Fisker was excellent. My wife has the Lincoln MKX with the hi end system and I think the Karma is superior. I hear lots of little audio nuances that I never noticed before while in a car....maybe it just because the car is so quite
Happy New Year. I already did the adjustments. It helped only a little. Who is Cee Lo Green?Just a question.... have you set the tone controls to your liking? It is the "tuning fork" in the sound module. I find the Fisker has great sound, but I set the balance, tone, bass and treble to my preference. Happy New Year.