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Hello Everyone, So I have 2018 Nissan 370Z Sport Tech with Bose sound system. I am planning on installing aftermarket speakers along with 12inch sub and the amps. I have

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Old 05-03-2019, 01:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello Everyone,

So I have 2018 Nissan 370Z Sport Tech with Bose sound system.
I am planning on installing aftermarket speakers along with 12inch sub and the amps.

I have heard the Active Sound Enhancement or Active Noise Cancellation may interfere with aftermarket speakers or sub with amp.
Is this true?
If true, do ASE and ANC need to be disabled before the installation of sub?

Please let me know if anyone has experienced the above.

Thank you!!
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I suspect the ANC will become 'out of balance' when you install anything aftermarket, playing slightly different sound to those the system tries to cancel. My understanding of the system is that the Bose amp provides most of the ANC functionality, so if you're replacing this then you'll effectively remove ANC anyway.

I'm not sure if the ASE is linked to the Bose amp or not- if not then you could probably leave it if you like it. I'm not a fan of it so I had Nissan disable it via Consult.
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If you're changing out the head unit you'd be removing where the ANC is coming from. I wouldn't recommend installing anew speakers and running them off a factory head unit even with or without ANC but yes it would interfere with their quality. From what I know the Z doesn't have ANC.
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