2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata Sound System Features
The 2016 Miata comes with a new sound system from Bose, which implements new speakers and technologies to suit the roadster. These 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata sound system features are designed to improve audio quality while driving with the top down.
There surely is nothing like driving a brand new Miata with the top down and the wind whipping across your face. Like any convertible, however, there can be concerns over sound quality from the vehicle’s speakers. After all, with such a fun car, you’ll want some fun music to listen to while you drive.
The new Bose sound system for the Miata is expected to help with that. The system has two separate equalization settings, one that is for driving with the top down and one that is designed for driving with the top up. These EQ settings combine with Bose noise compensation technology to automatically adjust whenever the top is put down or put up. It also takes into consideration noise from the wind and road.
But wouldn’t it be great to fully experience and feel your music while you drive, rather than feel like it is coming from a distant speaker? With the 2016 Miata, you can have that same type of experience with speakers added to the driver and passenger headrests. This brings your music up close with Bose speakers that have been specifically designed for this purpose.
The Miata sound system features also include a pair of 6.5-inch speakers in each door, a 1-inch tweeter in each A-pillar, a 5.25-inch woofer under the passenger footwell and a Bose amplifier below the convertible-top storage space.
The 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata sound system features from Bose certainly deliver a new level of fun and excitement to driving the famous roadster. Be sure to stay up to date on other information about the 2016 Miata, such as the MX-5’s color options, right here on the Mazda of Lodi blog. As always, feel free to contact us with your questions.