: 1994 sts cd player?



Kodiak19
03-19-05, 02:59 PM
1994 sts cd player... should i try to get a stock 1994 sts cd player or just replace it with a new cd player?

JC316
03-19-05, 08:10 PM
Bose? If it's the Bose system, you are going to have to get an adapter to make it work with the factory amps. If it's the non bose system, you would be better getting a aftermarket system.

Kodiak19
03-19-05, 09:22 PM
Im not sure if its the bose system... i will check it out

Kodiak19
03-19-05, 10:50 PM
Nothing indicates if it is the bose system at all so getting an aftermarket system is what what im going to have to do... is there anyway to get a boss cadillac 1994 sts cd player tape combination to work in the non boss system?

JC316
03-20-05, 02:34 AM
No, I don't think a bose player will work with a non bose system. It really all depends on what you want. If you want a good sounding system, you can install an aftermarket system. If you like the factory sound, you can get a factory player that just plugs in. Generally if the Sevilles had a CD in them, it was the Bose gold system. To check, you can look in the bottom left hand corner of the head unit and it will have the "Delco Bose Gold" logo on it.

Kodiak19
03-20-05, 02:40 AM
OK aftermarket CD Player it is thanks

Rob_M
03-20-05, 03:13 AM
Man replace the whole system. When one BOSE thing goes bad, it all goes bad. Im gonna get an Alpine deck with the XM ready and MP3 thing from Circuit City ($199) and Polk Audio speakers in the doors and on the rear deck ($150 +$70). It will sound better and hit harder than the BOSE too.

Kodiak19
03-20-05, 04:09 AM
I dont have a ton of cash thats my problem.... so i cant go and replace it all in one go... i have to do it all in steps so in the end it might be possible to get a whole new sound system

Kodiak19
03-29-05, 02:33 AM
Yah i can afford something like that i got to check it all out though but thanks for all the info