Stock car stereo systems usually do not pack much punch. To really highlight the bass of your car stereo, you need a setup capable of properly reproducing low frequency notes. Adding a subwoofer and amplifier to your existing stereo is a great way to improve the bottom-end output of your system and is one of the most common upgrades performed on a car's audio gear. Choose a subwoofer speaker system and amplifier that fits your car's current system and meets your audio needs.
How to Install a Car Volt Amp Gauge
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When you think about the number of sensors that your engine has, it seems like there is an endless amount of gauges that can be installed to monitor their readings. Some of these readings are important, but many of them are simple inputs to the vehicle's computer. The most common gauges on today's vehicles are the speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge, and temperature gauge. Besides having these gauges, your car will have a number of warning lights that will illuminate if there are problems with those systems. One gauge that is missing in most vehicles is the charging, or voltage, gauge. With a little information you can easily add a voltage gauge to your vehicle. Most vehicles built today come with a warning light on the dash that looks like a battery.
Installing a DIY Car Amplifier
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Hello everybody, recently i bought car amplifier for repair and decided that im gonna replace my Sony XM that i have been running as my subwoofer amplifier for a year now. I took this opportunity to write instructable on how to properly hook car amplifier for use inside of your house connected to mains voltage and what you should be careful about. There are many reasons why you would want to use car amplifier, but if you can choose between proper vv amplifier and car amplifier i would suggest you to pick house amp, its power supply is well designed and you will get proper power output out of it. Car amplifiers are mostly rated at 14,4V and lower impedances 1 or 2 ohm for example while some home amplifiers can only go as low as 4 ohms. Since you will be running it off 12V power supply more about that in further steps you might not get as stable power as you would in your car.