Probably one of the things people have the most trouble with when installing multiple subs or dual voice coil subs is when it comes to wiring them to the amp. This post will explain what series and parallel wiring is, a little bit on Ohm’s law, the difference between single and dual voice coil subs, and how to wire subs to different Ohm loads.
When people ask what to upgrade first, I usually recommend an aftermarket radio. Here’s a great article from Crutchfield Labs showing what difference aftermarket parts make for sound quality and overall loudness in an F150.
Once you have selected your amp, you need to select an amp kit to wire it into your vehicle. This includes power and ground wire, a fuse, remote turn on wire, RCAs, speaker wire, and in some cases a few extras or a few of these components missing depending on the kit you get.
Many people like to save money by installing their parts themselves. It can also be fun and a great way to make sure it is done right. With this guide, I will explain how to install an amp. Whether it’s for subs or door speakers, the connections are still the same.
This post will explain how to select a subwoofer and/or a bass amp for your setup. I will cover a few different scenarios depending on what equipment you already have or don’t have.
When you are trying to get the best sound out of your system, you want to start at the source and work your way from there. The best speakers in the world will sound terrible if you are trying to stream Pandora through them.
What is a car stereo system composed of? A quick overview of the many things that go into a stereo setup broken down into their basic components