How to Buy Car Speakers

Buying speaker component system, which will save you money. Or pay to have it installed by someone who knows what they're doing, and save yourself the time and hassle. Now, if you are up to the challenge of building an awesome system for your car, read on for the basics in buying car speakers. * '''Rule 1'''power speakers to get the right sound output. * '''Rule 2'''- RMS on your amplifier should match the RMS on your speakers, otherwise they won't have enough power to run properly and you run the risk of destroying your system. Peak power isn't the same as the RMS power. Peak power will always be higher than the RMS, and it is an indicator of how well your speakers will react to quick bursts in volume. The higher the wattage the better, but the higher the volume, the more distortion you will get. * '''Rule 3'''Amplifiers'>amp. These three components together will balance the sound, reduce distortion and produce a better range of lows and highs. * '''Rule 4'''amp systems. * '''Rule 5'''brackets'>car speaker mounting brackets. * '''Rule 6'''- Always be careful of the terminals and other wires that are underneath your car speakers when switching. Don't confuse the positives and negatives. Also, never pry old speakers out with force. Gently remove them, search for hidden screws that may be underneath, and use broad flat tools, not pointy ones, to remove friction fittings if there are any.

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