LiLspark wrote: ↑
Wed Dec 30, 2020 5:29 pm
so after all this did it really improve anything?.
like my chevy bolt 2020 lt blows my lt2 spark out of the water when it comes to sound. i had no idea how miserable the spark is when it comes to fm radio or music in general
He stated it was a "definite improvement" and I have no doubt he's correct. The Spark EV was an experimental/test mule, which GM utilized their cheapest economy car body for the experiment. When cost cutting is the primary goal, expecting anything done better than bare minimum, is pretty much an unrealistic expectation.
The speaker sizes in the Spark are 4" and 4x6". Without substantial effort and cost to create an enclosure that will allow speakers to replicate lower frequencies (which would increase space, which usually defeats the purpose of a tiny speaker), a full range of sound/"good sound" is not achievable. The Bolt, even in the LT trim, has 6.5" speakers (i believe), which are already leaps and bounds better (all things being equal) than their 4" or 4x6" counterparts. Throw in the sub and tweeters in the bose setup (unsure of the tweeters are standard in the lt), and you have a recipe for a system that will produce what many people will consider, a good full range of sound, up to a certain volume level.