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No thank you, I usually bump up the bass, bump down the treble, and leave the mid untouched. It's all a matter of preference though and depends on what you listen to.
It does not matter what you do usually as it is important only how Chevrolet tweaked their system. Try it, and then you always able to get it back if don’t like.
 

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First thing I did was to move the balance back halfway between rear and front seats. The factory setting has way too much volume coming out of the dash.
All the professional car audio installations concentrate mainly on front speakers. Some times they do not install rear speakers at all. Simply because we have musicians in front of us and not behind us on stage. Therefore rear speakers are for spacial audio only and speakers in stereo hi end systems are in front of you and not behind you
 

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I have mine set to 10 -5 10 and it sounds great. Just wish the volume would go up more when I have my Bluetooth connected.
Have you tried turning up the volume on the BT device?
 

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I've noticed when I connect my iPhone 14 Pro Max via Bluetooth and listen (ok, maybe watch a little) to YouTube, the delay in audio is very noticeable! Even WORSE when connected thru Car Play! Anyone have any fixes for this?
 
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