Are you looking to upgrade your speakers to make the most out of your drives in and around town?
Well, there are a lot of ways you can do that.
Here are some of the tips and tricks to help you do justthat:
1. Upgradeyour speakers
If you want some more juice from your car in the audiodepartment, upgrading your car’s audio system may be the best decision you evermake.
Not only do most manufacturers skimp on quality speakers theyput in cars, but their construction material is also relatively cheap, theaudio quality is average at best, and they aren’t as durable as the morepremium options.
Get the speakers that youwant for the price you want and start upgrading.
You can also buy your speakers in pairs; different ones forthe front and the back, just make sure they complement each other well anddon’t make it a weird sounding setup.
2. Upgradethe Head-unit
What drives the songs you play and the place where you getyour AUX from is the head unit; it’s the unit that allows you and your lovedones to enjoy the music that you do on long road trips and causal drives.
If you want to make the most out of your speakers, consider upgradingthe head unit to a beefier one.
3. Upgradeyour power
If you’re a bass lover who doesn’t want the distorted qualityof the speakers, you can consider choosing either a car amplifier with woofer or astandalone powered subwoofer. If you want to make the most out of the sound,getting an amplifier with a subwoofer makes for the best possible combination.
If you want a more convenient option, going for a poweredstandalone speaker will also do. The sound should be clearer, and you’re goingto get more bang for the buck when it comes to sound quality.
4. Invest inan insulating material
Sound leakage is a majorproblem when it comes to stereo systems and cars; you may want toconsider investing in an insulating material that you can place inside your cardoors or an area where sound can leak outside from. This will allow you to notonly block out the sound from the outside but keep the sweet music inside. Thisis especially helpful when you’re speeding on a highway, and the wind noiseseeps inside the car.
5. UseQuality Wires and Cables
Wires and cables are the lifelines between different parts ofthe stereo; if you’re using cheap cables, especially the ones that have beenworn out or are falling apart, then the audio might be downgraded more thanyou’d think.
First things first, try to invest in thicker cables, this will allow power to and from your amp to be clear, and there will be a free flow. Often, changing out the wires helps with distortion and other issues with the audio.
Don’t go for short cables; they will not only starve thespeakers but also starve the amplifiers from the much-needed wires. Longerwires can also be a problem. So, just use the cables of the proper length instead.
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6. Smartadjustments you can make
Something that a lot of the people don’t consider is that thecar system is only as loud as your mobile phone is; you can have the beststereo speaker system in the world, but if the mobile phone volume isn’t turnedup, the sound may seem quieter than it should.
There are a lot of useful apps that can help you to amplifythe sound coming from your mobile phone so you may consider getting one ofthose
Sometimes, you need to make smart adjustments to make themost out of the sound from your car stereo. Getting the best bass quality won’thelp you get the best bass possible; in fact, it won’t matter most of the timeunless you have very high-quality equipment that can work with the bassadjustments.
Adjust the treble, the mid-tones, and the bass and adjustother settings to make the most out of the sound quality.
You may also want to consider the quality of the music thatyou play; compressed MP3 files are the ones we all have played throughoutmiddle school, high school, and college. But it isn’t the best formatavailable.
A compressed mp3 audio may take your otherwise good soundingsong and make it sound considerably worse. Instead of getting some bad qualitymusic files and using them with a bad sounding system, you should considersomething that can fill in the highs and lows.
At the end of the day, if you want upgraded sound quality,there are a few tips and tricks that can slightly improve the sound quality, orat least optimize it to its full potential.
But there will be limitations to it; you can only get as goodsound quality as the sound system will let you. So, if you want to get morejuice for your auto, consider investing in a better sound system or addamplifiers or subwoofers.
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