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Facelift estate Bose question
« on: 18 May 2009, 16:53:15 »

What headunits will power the Bose speakers and amp in the estate please.
Or is it better to go aftermarket ??
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Re: Facelift estate Bose question
« Reply #1 on: 18 May 2009, 17:17:25 »

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What headunits will power the Bose speakers and amp in the estate please.
Or is it better to go aftermarket ??
Any bose configured HU, so:

ccr2006
ccrt2008
NCDC201x

(note that all of the above are configurable to bose or non bose, with the exception of some rare ccr2006 varients which cannot have a bose config)
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Re: Facelift estate Bose question
« Reply #2 on: 18 May 2009, 17:57:02 »

Very interesting indeed, thanks Jaime :y
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Re: Facelift estate Bose question
« Reply #3 on: 18 May 2009, 18:54:51 »

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What headunits will power the Bose speakers and amp in the estate please.
Or is it better to go aftermarket ??
Any bose configured HU, so:

ccr2006
ccrt2008
NCDC201x

(note that all of the above are configurable to bose or non bose, with the exception of some rare ccr2006 varients which cannot have a bose config)
I suppose there is no way of telling without a Tech2 wether the ccr2006 is or isn't :-/
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Re: Facelift estate Bose question
« Reply #4 on: 18 May 2009, 18:56:24 »

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What headunits will power the Bose speakers and amp in the estate please.
Or is it better to go aftermarket ??
Any bose configured HU, so:

ccr2006
ccrt2008
NCDC201x

(note that all of the above are configurable to bose or non bose, with the exception of some rare ccr2006 varients which cannot have a bose config)
I suppose there is no way of telling without a Tech2 wether the ccr2006 is or isn't :-/
No.  You could pull it out and check pn, but I don't have a list of pns for each.

There is a dead cert way to guarantee it is bose capable - if it says bose on the cassette flap ;D
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Re: Facelift estate Bose question
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What headunits will power the Bose speakers and amp in the estate please.
Or is it better to go aftermarket ??
Any bose configured HU, so:

ccr2006
ccrt2008
NCDC201x

(note that all of the above are configurable to bose or non bose, with the exception of some rare ccr2006 varients which cannot have a bose config)
I suppose there is no way of telling without a Tech2 wether the ccr2006 is or isn't :-/
No.  You could pull it out and check pn, but I don't have a list of pns for each.

There is a dead cert way to guarantee it is bose capable - if it says bose on the cassette flap ;D
True ;D
But i take it they dont all say it ::)
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Re: Facelift estate Bose question
« Reply #6 on: 18 May 2009, 19:08:10 »

My CCR2006 is a BOSE but it does not say anything about it on the cassette flap...
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Re: Facelift estate Bose question
« Reply #7 on: 18 May 2009, 19:13:56 »

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My CCR2006 is a BOSE but it does not say anything about it on the cassette flap...
very few do to be honest...
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Re: Facelift estate Bose question
« Reply #8 on: 21 September 2019, 20:24:07 »

is every philips ccrt 2008 compatible with bose music system
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