FOUR TIPS TO IMPROVE THE SOUND PRODUCTIVITY OF YOUR SPEAKERS
4/16/2010 9:23:38 AM
by Jahangir Shahzad

 You can buy the best speakers there ever is in the market but the location of the speakers play an important role in excellent sound production. There are other factors that play an important role in making your speakers sound their best although they might seem small and are mostly ignored by people but that is why they end up compromising on less when their speakers are capable of playing a lot better. A few simple tips I believe can make a lot of difference in improving your speaker’s productivity. It also depends on which environment you have your speakers installed as the factors for better sound production in cars is different than homes. Further I will advice few important tips to make your sound system’s productivity better in a car environment.

As an environment of a car and surroundings are smaller therefore the speakers made for cars are built in such a way to deliver maximum sound with taking less space in your trunk or interior. The speakers these days come in sizes and shapes that are easily adjustable and fitted in your car that do not affect the sound productivity. So basically the size and shape of the speakers you have purchased or installed in your car matters a lot as every different shape or size has its own quality.

The same way the commotion and unwanted noises can affect the performance of the speakers and subwoofers. Some of the other major factors that help in bringing out the maximum potential of your speakers being played in the car are:

Dynamat Kit: These products are used for lessening the noises of the road. These products especially Dynamat is designed for subwoofer vibration controlling and not just that but this product controls the excessive and unwanted noises of the running engine, wind gushes and tire’s sound to maximize the sound of the speakers, subwoofers and other equipment you have installed for playing your tracks.

Bass Blockers: A subwoofer is purely made for bass production but all of the speakers in high volume create an irritating and non-accurate bass that just spoils the fun. Bass blockers simply block those noises giving the entire control of bass production to the subwoofers that are installed in your trunk this way every speaker and woofer gets to do their job and the sound quality is fabulous.

Foam Baffles: The foam installed between your speakers and body car is to firstly stop the irritating noises that will be produced while your speakers are thumping and banging against the car body and making unwanted sound. The second role it plays is to keep dirt and other dust particles away from your speakers making them durable and adding a couple of more years to their life.

Equalizing Path Lengths: The location of each speaker and their distance from each other is vital for excellent sound production. The surround system in this case can be taken as an example where the speakers, rear and front, play a significant part in bringing out the sound production that has to be expected by a branded speaker system. The kick-panels installed in the trunk of your car should at least have 5” difference from each other and so on.

A few basic tips like these can really get the most out of your stereo system. You can get more on this from websites or a professional that can really help you out in installing your speakers with the tips and tricks that will let you enjoy your car audio system to the fullest.

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Choosing a Car Stereo

Here's my little overview on choosing the right stereo system for your car.Now this can really become a tedious difficult task, especially for people with little or no knowledge about the subject. This requires extensive research so you can determine if you are receiving the best deal possible for your car and your pocket. Before reaching a car stereo dealer, you may want to check and at least try to understand all the components of a car stereo. By doing so, you can choose which components you would like to have installed in your car. This is a list of the most basic that make part of a car stereo:

1. Decks - Car stereos obviously can't work without a deck. A deck consists of any piece of equipment ranging from cassette decks and CD players to mini discs and MP3. The deck is by most considered the glue that holds the car stereo together. The deck controls the general output of the sound and allows you to control the music that is being played. Most car stereodecks have a minimum 4-channel output for all your speakers. If you want more power than what your speakers can actually manage, you would basically want to consider getting an amplifier.

2. Amplifiers - Amplifiers provide the power needed to blast the music in your car. The more power your amplifier has, of course the louder the sound system is going to be. An amplifier can have a range from 1 to 7 channels. The number of channels in your amplifier is the number of speakers you can hookup in a series circuit.

3. Speakers - Speakers are where the sound from the stereo is emitted. Different types of speakers are designed to produce different frequencies. Higher frequencies provide the capacity for more sound and produce a higher level sound as well. The efficiency of the speakers is what will determine how far the sound will travel. If you want to add some blast and make the sound travel far, you will need speakers with a higher frequency.

4. Subwoofers - If you plan on owning a high-tech car stereo system then you should get yourself a subwoofer. They complete the sound by providing high efficiency of low frequencies through the bass. In else words, the subwoofer is the what makes your car vibrate. A subwoofer needs to be enclosed in either a box or possibly the trunk of your vehicle. Remember to keep this in mind when budgeting the cost of your stereo system.
 
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4/16/2010 9:23:38 AM

 You can buy the best speakers there ever is in the market but the location of the speakers play an important role in excellent sound production. There are other factors that play an important role in making your speakers sound their best although they might seem small and are mostly ignored by people but that is why they end up compromising on less when their speakers are capable of playing a lot better. A few simple tips I believe can make a lot of difference in improving your speaker’s productivity. It also depends on which environment you have your speakers installed as the factors for better sound production in cars is different than homes. Further I will advice few important tips to make your sound system’s productivity better in a car environment.

As an environment of a car and surroundings are smaller therefore the speakers made for cars are built in such a way to deliver maximum sound with taking less space in your trunk or interior. The speakers these days come in sizes and shapes that are easily adjustable and fitted in your car that do not affect the sound productivity. So basically the size and shape of the speakers you have purchased or installed in your car matters a lot as every different shape or size has its own quality.

The same way the commotion and unwanted noises can affect the performance of the speakers and subwoofers. Some of the other major factors that help in bringing out the maximum potential of your speakers being played in the car are:

Dynamat Kit: These products are used for lessening the noises of the road. These products especially Dynamat is designed for subwoofer vibration controlling and not just that but this product controls the excessive and unwanted noises of the running engine, wind gushes and tire’s sound to maximize the sound of the speakers, subwoofers and other equipment you have installed for playing your tracks.

Bass Blockers: A subwoofer is purely made for bass production but all of the speakers in high volume create an irritating and non-accurate bass that just spoils the fun. Bass blockers simply block those noises giving the entire control of bass production to the subwoofers that are installed in your trunk this way every speaker and woofer gets to do their job and the sound quality is fabulous.

Foam Baffles: The foam installed between your speakers and body car is to firstly stop the irritating noises that will be produced while your speakers are thumping and banging against the car body and making unwanted sound. The second role it plays is to keep dirt and other dust particles away from your speakers making them durable and adding a couple of more years to their life.

Equalizing Path Lengths: The location of each speaker and their distance from each other is vital for excellent sound production. The surround system in this case can be taken as an example where the speakers, rear and front, play a significant part in bringing out the sound production that has to be expected by a branded speaker system. The kick-panels installed in the trunk of your car should at least have 5” difference from each other and so on.

A few basic tips like these can really get the most out of your stereo system. You can get more on this from websites or a professional that can really help you out in installing your speakers with the tips and tricks that will let you enjoy your car audio system to the fullest.


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