Just bought a sweet used 2013 ES 300h which I love however the stock stereo is underwhelming. Coming from an '09 Camry Hybrid with a JBL package (which was pretty good, great bass).
This is the nicest car I have owned so far and I would like to avoid putting an actual sub and amp in the truck and dicking around with wiring etc. I would like to get alittle more bass out of the system though and hope that this can be done by upgrading the rear deck woofers.
Any ideas/ past experiences etc...?
I got (in Europe) US 2003 1st gen Rx300.
About a year ago i have managed to change stereo from us (no navi) to UK version (with navi) and all was fine (bit os soldering was needed as plugs on both radios are different.
However now my radio sometimes has no sound for few hours/days and after that plays fine for few hours/days.
When I loose audio, under sound control I am missing MID range control and although i can see Bass/Treble + Left/Right & Front/Back controls they don't work - no level visible.
From what I understand it is an amplifier issue. I already got a new -second hand - one, but from UK market.
Now, I can not find info what is the difference between:
86100-48050 - US version and 86100-48040 UK version
Also, (before I get to my amplifier) would any of you have pictures of sockets/plugs in US amplifier?
I could make sure my plugs will fit into UK amplifier before I unscrew everything.
I attached pictures of UK amplifier
6 months ago I purchased a Certified Pre Owned LX 570 and have been loving it so far. However, yesterday the sound suddenly cut off while I was driving. Did some reading and found that these Mark Levinson amplifiers have been acting up since 2001 vehicles. I took the vehicle to the dealer and confirmed that the issue was the amplifier and enquired as to why haven't Lexus done anything about this issue which seems to be over 16 years old. I spoke to someone and they suggested there may be ground for a class action lawsuit based on the number of vehicles that have had this issue. I am curious as to how many have had this problem to see if there is indeed a systematic issue or if they are isolated incidents.
Look forward to hearing back.