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Yes, it does sound a bit better (more) (archive)

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Posted by beewang on July 10, 2000 at 00:08:39:

In Reply to: Re: Just tried out the DSP, Yo!! "kill" that order posted by Alexander on July 10, 2000 at 00:03:57:

Thanx for your reply Alex, DSP is a lil' better than stock, but my problem is, I don't think it is worth the $1,000 extra. Wouldn't the grand be better spend on aftermarket upgrades??

your thoughts,

beewang

: Hey, before you killed that option, this is my opinion on the DSP. I had a 97 528i with standard stereo and I tried my friend's 97 540i with DSP. The DSP sounds much better, I repeat MUCH BETTER than the regular sound system. The regular stereo is not good at all, it is even worse than my Bose Premium on my Acura Legend LS Coupe 93. So, my recommendation if you didn't have plan to change your stereo, GET THE DSP, it is definitely worth it. I regret that I didn't find pre-owned 528i that has DSP on it, oh well. Hope you pick your option wisely.




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