It is the same question, always, do they fit? Getting the right speakers for your car is as important as getting a pair of shoes that fit. Too small will be painful for the feet; too big will have you dragging your feet. Both would be uncomfortable. The same applies to speakers.
Most factory car stereo systems often deliver subpar sound. This output is nothing close to satisfactory. You are not happy and you can’t wait to upgrade your system. Probably, you’ve already purchased one of the best amps. But wait. The factory radio looks perfect in its compartment.
A quality subwoofer is your first step towards a quality car audio setup. However, choosing the best car subwoofer isn’t easy. It is not as simple as choosing the first subwoofer that fits your car, or the one that has the most bass.
When you get a vehicle, there are a select few things that every driver must-have. Some prefer having the performing vehicle out there – the best suspension system, a clean sounding engine, or maybe a real loud muffler.
If you have decided to venture into car audio system upgrading, you’re going to need to know how to install the tweeters. Tweeters are a sort of speaker designed to cover high frequencies that typical speakers can’t reach.
Congratulations, fellas: you’ve taken your first step into a larger world. Having a car audio system that fully satisfies your needs and wants is impressive, as I can attest, but I can certainly admit it can be a bit of a daunting endeavor to figure out where and what to start with. There are about one million things to learn about mobile audio systems in the first level, not to mention equipment and tools you seemingly need to buy; all of them claim to be the best on the market, leaving most people even more confused. Believe us. We’ve been there; we’ve done that.