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sound waves hit the center console and bounce up and hit you in the head. With out the console the sound waves fight to push the sound back into the speaker on the other door. thus letting less sound circulate inside.

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I checked for this problem with the doors open. bent over with my head against the speaker, I can hear the tweet and or midrange a lot better in the loaner with regular system bench seat than I can in mine. On mine you can barely hear the words of a song in the door speakers, I have called Bose, there closed today, GM and several dealerships today with no explanation so far. I am wondering if they are using base only in the door because of the absence of the subwoofer. GM parts says there is only one Bose speaker for the doors.

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Maybe you have a bad speaker. How do the other door speakers sound?

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