How To Make A Car Sound System
Learning how to make a car sound system will give you the freedom to enjoy the kind of music and quality of sound you prefer in your car. The market offers various kinds of car sound system that allow you to exercise your own options for the kind of sound you want to enjoy while driving your precious car.
You will need the following:
- Wire stripper
- Electrical tape
- Head Unit
- Prepare the head unit. It is the primary component of the car system, without which one could not produce any sound through the system. You have the option to buy a CD changer or MP3 compatible head unit or VCD/DVD head units. Head units with RCA outputs are best for using amplifier into your car sound system.
- You can choose a full-range speaker for better quality of sounds in your car sound system. They come in the combination of a midrange, tweeter, and woofer. If you want to get a better feel of the beat of the music from your car sound system, you should get a sub-woofer for your sound system.
- Amplifiers are what you need to induce a powerful sound signal into the speaker. They bring more life to the music from your car sound system. A 2-channel amplifier will be enough to produce a power rating sufficient for your front speakers. Mount the amplifier in the trunk or under the seats, taking into mind that its location is one that is not susceptible to excessive temperature. Mounting them with screws will keep them in place. Connect the cables and wiring of the speakers to the amplifier.
- Create an enclosure for your subwoofer. Use handsaw or in some cases a drill to create this on the area of your choice inside the car. The primary function of a subwoofer is to add the thump of the bass from the speaker to produce better quality of a car sound system.
- Connect the cables. Do this by finding running the cables along the sides of the car in order to avoid sound interference. Use the electrical tape to secure the cables in place and the wire tripper to cut ends of the cable wiring. Connect the cables to the power supply or batteries, which is the main source of power for your car sound system.