I know that times are hard, but assuming you still have deep pockets, then you might want to check out the 2013 Cadillac XTS, which is General Motors’ flagship brand. In order to elevate this vehicle’s status in the eye of the world, it will now come with a choice of two premium Bose systems – one of them being the optional 14-speaker Bose Studio Surround sound system or the standard eight-speaker Bose sound system. The former will comprise of advanced automotive innovations from Bose, where it results in an immersive, multi-channel experience from virtually any source, and for any seat.
The Bose SurroundStage signal processing will make sure when seated, your ears are treated to a 360-degree sound field, not to mention the next-generation Bose Centerpoint surround technology boasting an enhanced algorithm which is able to better analyze stereo signals as well as convert them into separate, well-defined channels. It doesn’t matter whether you’re tuning in to the latest radio station, CDs or MP3 files, all the music that comes out are reproduced with greater precision and balance. Are your ears tingling yet? [Press Release]
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