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How-To: Combining amplifier and sub-woofer

How-To: Combining amplifier and sub-woofer

If your subwoofer doesn’t have an internal amplifier, you’ll definitely want to connect an amplifier to it. To do this, you’ll need your subwoofer, an amplifier, at least one set of RCA cables (these are the red, white, and yellow jacks on a single cable), speakers, and speaker wires.[...]



Adding Tweeters to your Vehicle

Adding Tweeters to your Vehicle

Adding Tweeters to your vehicle is easier than installing a new sub-woofer for example, as you can run wires from the nearby speaker directly to the tweeter, through a cross-over, and not from the head unit.[...]



How to find Best Car Speakers For Bass

How to find Best Car Speakers For Bass

When buying new speakers for the car, some people look for the ones that provide the best sound quality and the best bass. These are the two main characteristics that define the quality of the speakers and in order to achieve this, many brands use various materials and techniques.[...]



What is a Mid-Range speaker?

What is a Mid-Range speaker?

A mid-range speaker is a loudspeaker driver that reproduces sound in the frequency range from approximately 300 to 5000 Hz. It is also known as a squawker.[...]



Car modifications with Bass Rockers

Car modifications with Bass Rockers

Modify the stock car speakers with bigger aftermarket speakers. It is possible to install larger and more speakers in the side doors, front and back panels with special speaker adapters![...]



What Are Component Speakers?

A component speakers has separate woofers, tweeters, and external crossovers which allow for many different installation configurations. Component systems can have anywhere from 2 to 4 speakers, each connected via the external crossover network. [...]



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