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7 Tips for the First-Time Buyer | Car Audio
Watch more Car Audio 101 videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/497103-7-Tips-for-the-FirstTime-Buyer-Car-Audio Hi my name is Movin On, and I've been working in the field of car audio and mobile electronics for 8 over years. I've installed everything from navigation systems to full car stereo systems, remote starters, alarms, and beyond. To learn more, visit our web site at www.movinon.com. When you're getting a car stereo for the first time, you wanna ask yourself, ""What are you looking to get out of this stereo? Are you looking to play a form of media that you couldn't play before? Like an iPod? Are you looking for better sound? Are your looking for more bass?"" A lot of times it's easier to just replace your head unit, which is the main part that you put the CD in and plug iPods into, but often times it's not really possible. You're gonna want to go to a local car stereo shop and consult with a professional. You need somebody who has experience to look at your car, determine what can be changed, how it can be changed and how it's gonna be done properly. If you plan on doing it yourself, you're gonna wanna do proper research and maybe even go to a car stereo shop to ask what type of parts you're gonna need. For instance, if you wanna play your iPod, there are interfaces we could add to make that play; if you want more bass, we can add a sub-woofer and an amplifier and if you want better sound, we may be able to replace your speakers or add an amplifier or a sound processor without replacing the head unit at all. When you're looking to change a stereo, you may want to ask yourself, what you're looking to gain by that. Is it better sound? Is it better features? You wanna be able to play your ipod? These are all things that could potentially cut your costs in half. You may not need to change every single component of your car stereo, just to give it a little bit more bass. Changing your speakers isn't always the answer. Sometimes changing the head unit's a better idea. Sometimes adding an amplifier with a little bit of bass'll give you that extra bit of impact that you need. A lot of people will jump straight to the "Big Box Store" because they know that the "Big Box Store" has a big selection and that they have lots of salespeople and help that is readily available; but I tend to recommend the local car stereo shop because, typically, you're gonna have more dedicated professionals with a lot more experience. You're gonna get better work done to your car, you're gonna get better advice, and a lot of times, you're gonna have higher-end brands to choose from.
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What's wrong with Factory Car Speakers? | Crutchfield Video
Find aftermarket speakers that fit your vehicle at http://www.crutchfield.com/i-rYTVc06V/m_399/Car-Speakers.html There's a reason you should replace your factory speakers if you want good sound in your car. In this video, Charlie, a Crutchfield car audio specialist, quickly covers why factory-installed speakers deliver sub-par sound. Then read about Charlie's current car stereo system here: http://www.crutchfield.com/i-rytvc06V/learn/blogs/av_tips/archive/2009/05/01/top-down-sound-part-1-planning-an-audio-system-for-a-convertible.aspx Infinity Kappa Car Speakers: http://www.crutchfield.com/i-rYTVc06V/shopsearch/infinity_kappa_speakers.html Crutchfield, America's trusted electronics specialist since 1974, has award winning customer service, free lifetime tech support, and free shipping. Visit us at http://www.crutchfield.com/i-rYTVc06V See more car and home electronics videos on our channel: http://www.youtube.com/crutchfieldtv Facebook: http://facebook.com/crutchfield Twitter: http://twitter.com/crutchfield
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How to Deal w/ Distorted Speaker Audio | Car Audio
Watch more Car Audio 101 videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/497100-How-to-Deal-w-Distorted-Speaker-Audio-Car-Audio Hi my name is Movin On, and I've been working in the field of car audio and mobile electronics for 8 over years. I've installed everything from navigation systems to full car stereo systems, remote starters, alarms, and beyond. To learn more, visit our web site at www.movinon.com. Many people ask us, "Why are my car speakers distorting?" Well, sometimes it's as simple as a blown speaker. Usually if you pull up to a local car stereo shop, they can take a listen and tell you whether it's blown or not. When you're on the highway, or you're in a loud driving environment, people tend to turn up the bass to compensate for all the noise. The bass is what gets drowned out most. By turning up the bass, you're causing your speaker to move more to create the sound. When it moves more, it introduces more distortion. Because speakers are not designed to play those low frequencies, they make unnatural sounds and they make the music sound muddy. Factory car speakers and factory car amplifiers are usually not designed to create all that bass. By adding a small sub woofer to the car, you can take the strain off of you're car speakers, leave your bass on flat, and then use your sub woofer to play these frequencies. By replacing your speakers with more efficient or better speakers, you may cut down on distortion a little bit. A simple set of fifty dollar speakers are gonna perform much better than the speakers that came with your car, assuming you have a basic car stereo system. But a lot of times the problem lies in the amplifier. By replacing your stereo with an after market head unit, sometimes you can up the power of the amplifier a little bit and prevent the distortion. First of all, they come with a much more comprehensive equalizer to make the most out of your speakers. And second of all, they have a more powerful amplifier than what came with your car. The more powerful amplifier creates a cleaner signal and less distortion. If you don't mind spending a little bit of money, you might want to invest on a bigger amplifier, a brand new head unit, and four speakers. This is gonna cut down on the distortion tremendously because you're starting with a clean signal, a good powerful amplifier that's not gonna overheat, and speakers that can handle the extra power. If you compliment this with a sub woofer, you'll have a full car stereo system, distortion-free.
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Extremely LOUD and CLEAN Car Audio - 4 18's 30,000 watts on ROCK - DOWN II
**Tremendous Bass 116** I recently had a video go "viral" on the internet, and as usual, a lot of people who didnt know what they were looking at, think that my system only plays at full throttle and only rap music. Well i am here to tell you that sometimes, i do actually turn the music down and listen at normal levels. Its also well known, to those that know me, that i listen to rock, and a few other types of music as well. My system has 30 speakers in it. 26 of them are NOT subwoofers. I know it makes a lot of bass, but the mids and highs EASILY keep up with the lows. The camera mic makes it sound like everything is distorting but thats not the case in real life. Check out this demonstration of something different then you are used to seeing from me. The song is called "learn from this mistake" by one of my favorite bands DOWN. Thanks for watching and if you subscribed, THANKS AGAIN! This current system consists of: 2001 SMD Chevy Tahoe Mac Mini / 10.2" Touchscreen Pioneer P710 Bluetooth Headunit 4 18" Ascendant Audio SMD Subwoofers 10 Rockford Fosgate 6.5" 2 Rockford Fosgate 8" 2 Rockford Fosgate 4" 12 Rockford Fosgate 1" 8 Rockford Fosgate T2500.1 bdCP (Bass) 2 Rockford Fosgate T1000.4 (Midbass/Midrange) 1 Rockford Fosgate T600.2 (Tweeters) 2 Rockford Fosgate 3sixty.2 Processors 4 350 Amp Mechman Alternators 10 XS Power D3100 Batteries Second Skin Sound Deadened Top to Bottom Viper 5901 Security Ridetech Shockwave Titanium Suspension Wilwood 6 piston 16" Caliper Brakes DJM and Spohn Control Arms "Meadecherry" Paint by Roy Devore ....and more Also, dont forget to check out my website! Join the forum today and be part of one of the BIGGEST car audio websites on earth! http://www.SteveMeadeDesigns.com/board More to come! Facebook Page here: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Steve-Meade-Designs/59127968198 Follow: http://www.twitter.com/meade916
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One 12" or Two 10" Subwoofers? | Car Audio
Watch more Car Audio 101 videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/497123-One-12-or-Two-10-Subwoofers-Car-Audio Learn which hits harder -- one 12" subwoofer or two 10" subwoofers -- in this Howcast car stereo video with expert Movin' On. Hi my name is Movin On, and I've been working in the field of car audio and mobile electronics for 8 over years. I've installed everything from navigation systems to full car stereo systems, remote starters, alarms, and beyond. To learn more, visit our web site at www.movinon.com. So what produces more volume, two 10-inch sub-woofers or one 12-inch sub-woofer? This is the age-old question. The truth is the more surface area you have, the more area you move and the more volume you have. So all other things considered equal — equal amplifier, same brand sub, same model — two 10s are going to be a lot louder than one 12 because they have a lot more surface area. However, there are plenty of 12-inch subs that, as a single unit, can produce a lot more volume than two 10s, but you're going to need a bigger amplifier and a higher-powered sub. Also, 12s and 10s produce completely different types of sounds. 10s are going to be punchy and 12s are going to be boom-y. Also you're going to have to consider the enclosure these speakers are in. If a 10-inch sub is in a vented enclosure, it's going to give a boom-ier, deeper sound. If you have a sealed enclosure, it's going to be tight. If you brings subs down to something even smaller like an 8, it's going to be even punchier. Taking all these variables into account, all things considered equal, two 10s are going to be louder than one 12.
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SQ Car Audio Project Part 5 Speakers!!
Welcome back for part 5 of my SQ/SQL car audio build. In this episode I'm discussing my speakers of choice. After much deliberation on what the best bang for the buck speakers I could get was, I settled on the German brand Helix and thier Esprit line. I needed a speaker that was going to give great sound quality, but not break the budget either. Also since I'm planning on running in the stock class in competition, I needed a speaker that would fit into the factory locations in my Kia Optima. I installed the coaxials into the rear doors last night and even driven off of just the factory headunit, it's already a huge improvement! I can't wait to get them all in and power them silly. :) Thanks for watching, and if you have any good ideas for me that would be a nice improvement for the money, don't hesitate to leave me a comment!
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FAQ Whats an epicenter / Bass Booster?
UPDATE: I'll be creating a new video with a newer setup to much better explain everything. I do realize this wasn't the best video to explain things. Please leave questions down below and I'll try to address them in the next video much better in depth. The original questions were on my forum and I decided to do a video for a better explain things. LINK to main forum: http://ariosoundandtint.freeforums.org/index.php LINK to FAQ: http://ariosoundandtint.freeforums.org/faq-bass-enhancer-epicenter-t10.html Any questions, comments and concerns can be answered there. Just register :)
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How to choose the right speaker wires for your home theater system
Monoprice speaker wire video tutorial. http://bit.ly/ifiszz.
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Guide to Speakers | Car Audio
Watch more Car Audio 101 videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/497186-Guide-to-Speakers-Car-Audio Hi my name is Movin On, and I've been working in the field of car audio and mobile electronics for 8 over years. I've installed everything from navigation systems to full car stereo systems, remote starters, alarms, and beyond. To learn more, visit our web site at www.movinon.com. When choosing a set of speakers for your car, the first thing that you're gonna wanna check is the size of the speakers. Depending on the opening of the old speaker that you're removing, you're gonna wanna get a speaker that's exactly the same size. If you have a factory car stereo with low wattage, you're not gonna want to get a big high end speaker because it's gonna take a lot of power to push that speaker, typically an external amplifier. If you're using the amplifier that came with your car, you're gonna want a high efficiency speaker, and typically these are cheaper than low efficiency speakers. Low efficiency speakers are high end, they take a lot of power to push, they sound great, but you need a big amplifier for them. Another thing you're gonna wanna check on your speakers is the RMS power rating. This is how much power the speakers can handle, day-in day-out. If you have a 30 watt RMS speaker, it means you can pump 30 watts into the speaker all day and it's gonna be fine. You don't wanna over-power it and you don't wanna under-power it. Depending on where you're mounting the speakers, you may want a coaxial speaker or a component speaker. A coax speaker, as we call it, has a woofer and it has a tweeter built into the same speaker. Typically, the woofer makes up the main part of the speaker and the tweeter will poke through the middle. These are great because they play all the frequencies that your stereo can output very efficiently all in one small package. Ideally, you're gonna want to install component speakers, specifically in the front of your car. Component speakers have separate drivers, a woofer in the door and a tweeter up on your dashboard. What this is gonna do is it's gonna bring the sound stage up. With component speakers it's gonna sound like all the sound is coming from up high because the treble, which is the really directional part, is gonna be mounted on your dashboard going right to your ears. Component speakers typically come with a better crossover than a coaxial speaker. Usually the crossover on a component speaker is about this big. It's very high quality and has a lot of circuitry to make sure that the sound is separated properly between the tweeter and the woofer. In a coaxial speaker, usually the crossover is nothing more than a small compositor about this big that's mounted to the speaker. They sound pretty good, but nowhere near as good as component speakers. Component speakers are gonna give you much better imaging and much better sound.
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BMW M3 Full Audio System Focal JL AUDIO Alpine PXE-H660
http://www.facebook.com/AEMarina33 http://al-eds.com/store/marina-del-rey/ http://www.yelp.com/biz/al-and-eds-auto-sound-marina-del-rey Saturn Killed does this BMW right. A brand new M3 with a full audio upgrade. Alpine Electronics PXE-H660 OEM integration processor, JL Audio XD700/5 amplifier, and Focal 165VR3 3 way speaker system in custom door panels. Call us for more info: 310.827.8121
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Portable Battery Powered Pa Speaker System by QTX
for more info follow link http://www.djanddiscostuff.com/sound-c16/portable-pa-system-c21/qtx-qtx-qr12pa-areobic-battery-powered-portable-pa-p555
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EXHAUSTING LOUD Car Stereo BASS - Chevy Tahoe 4 18's 30,000 Watts
***Tremendous BAss 126*** Had a few people stop by from Wyotech to get a Demo of the Tahoe - they describe it as "exhausting".....hence the title of the video. Thanks for watching and if you subscribed, THANKS AGAIN! This current system consists of: 2001 SMD Chevy Tahoe Mac Mini / 10.2" Touchscreen Pioneer P710 Bluetooth Headunit 4 18" Ascendant Audio SMD Subwoofers 10 Rockford Fosgate 6.5" 2 Rockford Fosgate 8" 2 Rockford Fosgate 4" 12 Rockford Fosgate 1" 8 Rockford Fosgate T2500.1 bdCP (Bass) 2 Rockford Fosgate T1000.4 (Midbass/Midrange) 1 Rockford Fosgate T600.2 (Tweeters) 2 Rockford Fosgate 3sixty.2 Processors 4 350 Amp Mechman Alternators 10 XS Power D3100 Batteries Second Skin Sound Deadened Top to Bottom Viper 5901 Security Ridetech Shockwave Titanium Suspension Wilwood 6 piston 16" Caliper Brakes DJM and Spohn Control Arms "Meadecherry" Paint by Roy Devore ....and more Also, dont forget to check out my website! Join the forum today and be part of one of the BIGGEST car audio websites on earth! http://www.SteveMeadeDesigns.com/board More to come! Facebook Page here: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Steve-Meade-Designs/59127968198 Follow: http://www.twitter.com/meade916
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Top High Quality Stereo System
Just showing off my best high quality stereo system. Please don't rate the system from the sound, as it's the camera's microphone. Also showing is some of my vintage audio receivers and other audio equipment. I have more, but thats all I have to display right now. The operating stereo system is as listed: -Pioneer SA-V1160 amp -Realistic Stereo Frequency Equalizer -Sharp CP-9800 15" Vintage Speakers -Acoustic Audio H-CD12 12" Speakers -Pioneer TX-905 Tuner -JVC TD-W60 Dual Cassette Deck -Onkyo DX-2700 CD player
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PK Sound Event Services | Touring | Sound- Calgary's Best Sound Hands Down
PK Sound Calgary, Alberta. PK is an owner-operated sound manufacturing, event production, rental and touring company based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. With over 30 years production and engineering experience behind our team, we have the knowledge and ability to deliver clients professional, quality service. PK also boasts its own brand of speaker system, known for its full bodied and intelligible sound. With a focus on high efficiency subwoofers and clean, clear mid highs, PK is making its mark in the pro audio world. http://pksound.ca/
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Studio Monitor Speaker Comparison
Leonard from Kosmic gives you some tips on what to look for when purchasing studio monitor speakers. He takes you through some of the range that we stock here at kosmic including speakers from Yamaha, Adam, Equator, Fostex, KRK, Behringer and Event
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Quick fix TV surround sound system
Fast & EASY way how to solve no audio sound issue from tv and home theater receiver help, free service Quick fix TV surround sound system reviews
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Subwoofer FAQs | Car Audio
Watch more Car Audio 101 videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/497129-Subwoofer-FAQs-Car-Audio Hi my name is Movin On, and I've been working in the field of car audio and mobile electronics for 8 over years. I've installed everything from navigation systems to full car stereo systems, remote starters, alarms, and beyond. To learn more, visit our web site at www.movinon.com. Because subwoofers are such a popular item, we have a lot of people coming in asking the same questions. Subwoofers are misunderstood. Because subwoofers get a bad reputation a lot times, because people play them so loud. A lot of times people say, "Is my subwoofer gonna sound like that? Is it gonna rattle my trunk?" And the answer is, "Yeah, if you want it to, but if you don't want it to, it's not." A properly installed and adjusted subwoofer, is it gonna blend in with the rest of the sound in your car, and you're gonna love the way it sounds. It's only gonna improve the way your car stereo is. If your objective is to drive down the street and be heard for blocks, then we can put 2 12-inch subwoofers in your car, and a 3,000 watt amplifier and good for you. But in most cases, we're gonna make it blend in with the car stereo that is being integrated with. We often get asked, "Do I need an amplifier for my subwoofer?" And the answer is yes, always. Subwoofers will always need an amplifier. Whether it's a self-powered amplifier with an amp built into it, or it's your standard subwoofer that gets screwed into a wooden box. Subwoofers are big, and yes, they need an amp. The great thing about subwoofers is their versatility. They can be added to just about any car stereo system, just the way it is. If you get a car right from the factory with a great sound system and you want a little more impact, we can add a subwoofer right onto it. If you're having your entire system redone, we can custom build a subwoofer right into the system to meld in with all the other speakers. We get asked about subwoofer sizes a lot. If you want deep bass, you get a 12-inch. If you want kinda normal bass, you get a 10 inch. If you want tight punchy bass, you get an 8-inch. A lot of that's gonna depend on the amount of space that you're willing to give up and the type of bass that you want. Because a lot of people have the preconceived notion that a subwoofer is a big clunky object that's gonna take up tons of space in the trunk. A lot of times people ask, "Can I hide the subwoofer?" Well, first of all, there are a lot of custom built boxes that are made to fit your specific vehicle. It'll look like it's part of the side wall of the trunk, or sometimes it replaces a part of the car like an arm rest. There are self-powered units that can be hidden right underneath the driver or passenger seat. These self-powered units are no where near as big and no where near as loud as most subwoofers, but they get the job done and they fit in tight spaces. A lot of people ask us, ""If you're putting the subwoofer in my trunk, then how am I gonna hear it?"" Well, the great thing about bass and the sound that subwoofers produce is that it is not directional at all. If you put a subwoofer behind you, in front of you, to the left of you, you can't tell where the sound is coming from. Bass is omnidirectional. We like to think of bass as water, and we like to think of treble like pins and needles. Pins and needles are not gonna be able to make it through walls, but water is. It goes through everything. The bass that comes from subwoofers is the same way. We usually face it towards the back of the car in the trunk and you can't tell where it's coming from.
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Naim for Bentley review
Naim for Bentley review The world's most trusted tech news and reviews http://www.whathifi.com/
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Roland BA330 Portable Digital PA System Demo | Full Compass
Get it here: http://www.fullcompass.com/product/378959.html Retailer of Pro Audio, Pro Video, AV, Lighting Gear and Musical Instruments Roland BA330 Portable Digital PA System demonstration at Full Compass Systems with Roland Guitar Product Specialist Johnny DeMarco Whether AA-battery powered or plugged in, the BA-330 delivers high-performance sound that defies its size. Its digital stereo amplifier drives four 6.5" stereo speakers and two tweeters, positioned for wide stereo projection. Features: All-in-one portable digital PA system suitable for use anywhere Built-in effects: EQ, reverb, delay, and wide (on/off per channel) Four-channel configuration: two channels for mic/instruments plus two channels for stereo inputs Stereo Aux input with dedicated volume-control knob Advanced Intelligent Anti-Feedback function Built-in tilt-back stand enables optimal monitoring angle Powerful high-quality stereo sound for audiences of up to 80 people No setup required, just plug in and go! Powered by AC power or eight AA batteries Four custom-designed 6.5" speakers and two tweeters for wide stereo projection Speaker-stand adaptor for mounting on a standard speaker stand Three high-quality effects are built-into the BA-330: Reverb, Delay, and Wide. The effects can be turned on/off independently for each channel. In addition, a master 2-band EQ is provided as well as EQ control for each channel. A wide range of instruments, microphones, and devices can be plugged into the BA-330 simultaneously. Two mono channels are provided for microphones or line-level instruments (XLR and 1/4" jacks), two stereo channels are provided for stereo instruments (1/4" L/R jacks), and a stereo Aux input channel is provided for CD players and other devices (RCA and TRS jacks). The BA-330 is the ideal, all-in-one portable PA solution for small music venues, worship events, conferences, seminars, business meetings and much more.
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Stock vs Aftermarket Speakers | AnthonyJ350
Lose the lame stock speakers! In this video I do a comparison of stock, coaxial and component type speakers, explaining each types' features and benefits. Showing why you SHOULD change out your factory speakers for a set of nice aftermarket ones. #speakers #coaxial #components #music #caraudio #12Volt #Install Subscribe for more automative tips!: http://bit.ly/sub2anthonyJ350 Watch my most popular uploads!: http://bit.ly/anthonyJ350howto Website: http://gofasthavefun.ca Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anthonyj350 Twitter: https://twitter.com/AnthonyJ350 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AJ350 Shop: https://www.amazon.com/shop/anthonyj350 Music available - http://www.jinglepunks.com & http://www.epidemicsound.com About AnthonyJ350 I am a Mobile Electronics Certified Professional 12 Volt Installer (MECP Certified), Business Management Graduate (KPU), with a Professional Driver's License and a genuine automotive enthusiast who loves working on vehicles and I want to share my experiences with you. The goal is to help other people who can hopefully learn from my unique outlook towards vehicles, experiences and working practices. Please feel free to ask questions or give feedback either in the comments or e-mail me. New videos every week. Please check out official web site (http://www.gofasthavefun.ca) for our disclaimer as we are not professional mechanics but experienced automotive enthusiasts sharing our experiences and providing entertainment content. Go Fast Have Fun provides the content in this video, for information and entertainment purposes only. The information in this Video presents guidelines to help vehicle enthusiasts modify or repair their vehicles and to demonstrate what car culture is all about. Go Fast Have Fun make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability with respect to the Video or the information, products, services, or related graphics contained on the Video for any purpose. Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk. Nothing presented should be relied upon you for your modification or repair plans for your vehicle and is not in any way professional mechanical advice. Go Fast Have Fun strongly recommends you consult with a professional automobile mechanic to ensure that any modification or repair plans for your vehicle are appropriate for your vehicle. In no event will we be liable for any loss or damage including without limitation, indirect or consequential loss or damage, or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arising out of, or in connection with, the use of this Video and the information presented within it. Go Fast have Fun Canada Stock vs Aftermarket Speakers | AnthonyJ971 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PmoUI8JdRj8 ANTHONYJ350 https://www.youtube.com/AnthonyJ350
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Tanner Foust: Tips for choosing the best car audio
Get the best car audio experience with tips from Professional Driver, Tanner Foust.
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2 Kicker Comps 12"
2 kicker comps 12" Kenwood KDC-148 CD/MP3 Car Stereo With Front Aux-In 4 Kicker 11DS650 100 Watt 6.5" Coaxial Car Speakers Crunch 1100W Max 2-Channel Amplifier
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Enhanced sound with Bose Acoustimass 5 speaker set
http://subwoofersreviewed.com Although they are small in size, Bose Acoustimass 5 speakers are pretty powerful and they are able to give you quite a good kick when you turn them on and let them show their power.Affordable and pretty to the eye these small but strong guys will show you the meaning of rocking once you connect them to your player or receiver and let them rock it out like never before. Just let them get wild and soon you are going to feel the best vibrations of your life with them in action.
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Great Earset wireless mic system for church preachers Shure SLX14 w/ OSP HS-09
This is a professional level wireless mic system by Shure the best selling brand in America and the OSP HS-09 Earset mic. This system is perfect for preachers, theatrical performers, and speakers. It sounds amazing, is easy to use, and you can add up to 20 systems if needed in the future. For more info click this link: http://www.churchaudiogear.net/index.php/audio/wireless-mics/systems/earset-mics/shure-slx14-system-with-osp-hs-09-tan-earset-mic.html
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Crown Pro Instrumental High-Powered Speaker (Jack Hammer Series) Torture Test
I was pushing my JH-126 to it's limits to see what it can perform. turned out to be a one tough speaker. It exceeded my expectation considering the fact that it's just 50 dollars worth... not bad... Music Credits Goes to "My My-Price Tag (Original Mix)", sound recording administered by: 0:14 Believe Music
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Mazda Rx-8 Stock Sound System
Stock Bose Sound System For the people who want to get an idea of it.
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Amazing sound system
My Sony sound system - cheep but so good :))
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ONKYO Speaker connection - AVR AV Home Cinema Receiver - Bi-Wire Bi-Amp
This video walks you through how to bi-wire or bi-amp your speakers using one of our AV receivers
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Bose 301 Series V Direct/Reflecting Speaker System
http://www.abt.com/product/10823/Bose-29309.html Bose creates amazing sound quality with their new direct/reflecting speaker pair at Abt Electronics.
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How to Tune a Car Amplifier | Car Audio
Watch more Car Audio 101 videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/497184-How-to-Tune-a-Car-Amplifier-Car-Audio Hi my name is Movin On, and I've been working in the field of car audio and mobile electronics for 8 over years. I've installed everything from navigation systems to full car stereo systems, remote starters, alarms, and beyond. To learn more, visit our web site at www.movinon.com. Car amplifiers have a lot of switches and dials on the side. And a lot of the time when we see do-it-yourself installations, we see all these dials and knobs turned all the way up. This is not the proper way to tune a car amplifier. The proper way, is to first turn the gain down, turn all of the filters to off. Then, turn up the car stereo 'til it starts distorting, then back it down a little bit. Then, turn on your high pass filter, adjust it, and then go back and repeat the process. This seems to work for me, gives clear sound, makes sure the gain's at the proper level. If you turn the gain to the wrong level, you can introduce all sorts of noise to your car stereo system. We have people who come in and they step on the gas pedal and there's a whirring sound out of their engine from the speaker. That usually happens when either the amplifier is not grounded properly or when the gain is just turned up way too high. Now the way you adjust the amplifier is gonna vary depending on what type of amplifier you're using, what type of speakers you're using and what type of stereo you're connecting it to. But generally, if you use that same method, you're gonna achieve good sound in the end. Depending on your combination of amplifiers and head units, tuning the amplifier is gonna be slightly different. Some stereos you're gonna have to turn the gain up a lot. Some stereos you're not gonna have to turn the gain up more. Remember that more gain doesn't necessarily mean more volume.
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Complete Mint Technics stereo system
Complete Mint Technics stereo system. I got this off Craigslist for $80!!! It is all mint, sounds absolutley fantastic! I also have the record player which I did not hook up yet. 200 watt rms speakers, 350 watt amp (125 watts rms), came with original boxes for each component and instructions. I also have the cloth grills for the speakers. All complete just like bought over 20 years ago! It was made in 1987. The package came with: -Record Player/45rpm adapter/Extra brand new needle -Tuner/Antennas -Cassette Deck -CD Player -Stereo Amp (125 RMS) -200 watt RMS Speakers/Clothe Grilles -Original Speaker wire/RCA cables -Original Instructions/warranty card -Original boxes and packaging
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4 Security Tips | Car Audio
Watch more Car Audio 101 videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/497101-4-Security-Tips-Car-Audio Hi, my name is Movin On and I have been working in the field of car audio and mobile electronics for over 8 years. I have installed everything from navigation systems to full car stereo systems, remote starters, alarms and beyond. To learn more, visit our website at www.movinon.com. Today, I am going to be sharing with you my knowledge on car audio and mobile electronics. If you have invested in an expensive car stereo system, you may want to protect it from theft. You should avoid putting stickers and blatant advertisements to your car's contents on the outside. You are just telling thieves what is inside of your car and how worth it it is to break in. If you have an expensive head unit, you may want to take advantage of the fact that it has a detachable face-plate. A detachable face-plate allows you to remove the front of the radio therefore hiding the brand and hiding the part that is actually expensive. Also, if a thief were to steal your stereo without the face-place, it would be next to useless. You are also going to want to take advantage of simple things like tonneau covers. Most SUVs come with a little rolly tonneau cover that you can cover up the contents of the trunk with. By covering up the cargo area, you can cover up your subwoofers and amplifiers and not make it known that they are in the car. You also might want to invest in a car alarm system. Car alarm systems are great for protecting the content inside of a car. The flashing red light is going to be a deterrent to thieves. An alarm that goes off is going to give you fair warning if somebody is tampering with your vehicle.
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The 15" Woofer Challenge (RESULTS) - 3 Brands 3 teams, best box wins BIG (VID 2 of 2)
The First SMD 15" Woofer Contest - Best box wins! 6 catagories, 3 teams, 3 different (similar spec) brands. Catagories are: Loudest Average Loudest 20-80hz Look Speed Durability bonus for Trunk 1st worth 15pts, 2nd worth 10pts, and 3rd worth 5. Is your box loud but ugly? You might not win! Is it pretty but shitty (sounding)? It might not win.......is it stout or will it shatter the first night playing it? I will be looking at wiring, structure, cleanliness of boards (lined up), and bracing. The entire back seat all the way to the B-Pillar is available but If they choose to put the box in the trunk, they get a 10 point bonus. Is this contest perfect, NO...is it fun and will i get better as a host? I HOPE SO! Thanks for watching! The video was running long so i decided to do it in 2 parts. Watch video 1 to understand whats going on! Before you say, "i recognize some of these guys, they are your friends", there is no secret here that a few of them are indeed my friends. I put the word out on my website and facebook last week and only a couple people showed up. It was partly my fault, it was short notice. I dont like putting my address on the net for too long so short notice seemed to be a good idea. Most the locals know where i am at anyway. I put the word out the following Saturday (the day in the video) and it was the same thing, only a couple showed up. I HAD to call in some friends and said "FUCK IT, you guys want in?" Of course they did. Nobody in the competition is a pro and it was a lot of fun. I shouldnt have to explain myself but i figured i would in case someone tries to call me out. Some jackass did in the last video comments. Anyway, Ask anyone in the competition, it was 100% on the level. Next time, maybe some of the people who flaked out will see im serious when i say BIG prizes. People walked away with over $2000.00 MSRP of gear, cash, and spray foam (LOLZ) Want to know what the prizes were? watch the video! Its not all about the brand its about the box.....we shall see! Anyway - This is my first time doing this so excuse the lack of professionalism in my broadcast. This is a lot of work to put together but it was fun to do! We will be doing this again! Thanks for watching and if you subscribed, THANKS AGAIN! Also, dont forget to check out my website! Join the forum today and be part of one of the BIGGEST car audio websites on earth! http://www.SteveMeadeDesigns.com/board More to come! Facebook Page here: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Steve-Meade-Designs/59127968198 Follow: http://www.twitter.com/meade916
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CarAudio Closeout
car audio subwoofers Best prices for all car audio subwoofers for all major brands, fast shipment and best customer service. Caraudiocloseout stock a large array of Quality car subwoofers to complement your Car Audio system. We stock car subwoofers from Alpine, Boston Acoustic, Cwerin-Vega, Infinity, JBL, JL audio, Kenwood, Kicker, MB Quart, Memphis, MTX, Orion, Performmance Technique, Pioneer, Pyle Audio, Rockford Fosgate, Sony etc. We have the standard sized 6 x 9 speakers as well as a full range of subwoofers for your car stereo upgrade. Audio car subwoofers are not all built the same so if you are not sure which subwoofers will fit your car, e-mail us or call us and we can help you make the right choice.so if you have questions please call 1-888-750-6090.
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Alpine PXA-H800 ~ Premium Sound System Processor
The PXA-H800's extensive array of audio processing capabilities will maximise the sound of any system, whether it's an all-Alpine system or one with various brands.
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2011 Chevrolet Silverado Alpine Speaker Upgrade SPR-60C How TO DIY
http://www.facebook.com/AEMarina33 http://al-eds.com/store/marina-del-rey/ http://www.yelp.com/biz/al-and-eds-auto-sound-marina-del-rey Collin Exposed shows you how to upgrade the front speakers in a base model 2011 Chevrolet Silverado. Alpine type r's are a great improvement. Powered By Del Rey Customs Joe Shemula
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Beast Ass sound system ( Brute Bass 2600 W Speaker and 2000W AMP)
We're riding in the back of my buddies truck with his beast ass sound system
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Shahid Kapoor At Pioneer Car Stereo Systems Press Conference
Watch The Exclusive video of Shahid Kapoor, the brand ambassador of Pioneer car stereo systems, is Speaking at the press conference of the same brand.
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Awsome Car Stereo System
This video will show everything about the future of Car Stereo Systems. We will show you how to properly determine the size of your unit and How To Install your new Car Stereo System. You can visit us at: http://Navstar-Audio.Com for Free DIY How to install Videos. We know we don't have every Car DVD Player on the market, but what we do offer is a quality product backed by great service that will be difficult to find elsewhere. If the prices seem too good to be true, don't be in disbelief, take advantage of our buying power and U.S.A. backed 2 Year Warranty. The people that work at Navstar-Audio.Com, have been Car Electronics, and electronic enthusiasts for most of their lives and have a solid Car DVD Player and Car GPS background. With that comes an understanding of the frustrations everyone of us has had, from not being able to get the Car Entertainment System just right to the outrageous price gouging of our name brand competitors.
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How to Hook Up a Portable PA System
This tutorial will show you how to hook up a portable PA System, the speakers and speaker stands, cordless microphone and microphone with cord, and an ipod adapter. The Stuart Rental Company's PA System is a Peavey brand and works in spaces up to 1,000 square feet. (www.stuartrental.com)
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A TWO SONG DOUBLE DROP - 'IF YOU DONT MEAN IT'- B2B WITH -'UNIVERSAL TRIBULATION' Lewisham, South London is the home of sound-system culture and The Saxon Sound was and still is, Lewishams Home Sound. The MCs who represented Saxon are now legendary. Their crew counted Papa Levi, Maxi Priest, Smiley Culture and Tippa Irie, all top selling singers who enjoyed brief bouts of pop-star fame at the height of their careers. The style that they practised fed directly into the development of hip-hop both in the US and the UK. Jah Shaka and Saxon were the biggest sound-systems (in terms of popularity and sonic force) to come out of Lewisham but were also part of a much wider network that encompassed London and many other parts of England. From the late 1970's to the mid 80's when the reggae phenomenon was hitting a peak of popularity, sound-systems prospered. And at the time, south-east London reverberated with the sounds of Kingston, Jamaica. Although sounds such as Jah Shaka and Saxon pioneered vital forms of reggae music, they were also highly culturally significant. They represented the communities in which they were situated and created a space in which people could come together. "The sound-system men were businessmen; they were running dances but they were catering to an audience that wasn't being catered to, not only in mainstream society, but in the context of this part of London. A part of London that is deeply implicated in the history of empire and relations between here and elsewhere, Africa and the Caribbean, amongst others."
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How to hook up bose system to tv
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Filmmaking 101 - How to Record High Quality Audio on a Budget
Learn the equipment and skills you need to be a great sound technician/boom operator on your film set! This is a perfect sound recording tutorial for an HDDSLR Filmmaker, who's just starting out. You've got your great HDDSLR camera and a nice lens, but you need audio to match! Remember the old filmmaking adage: "Sound is more important than picture." Links to the equipment I used: Audio Recorder: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/600761-REG/Zoom_H4N_H4n_Handy_Mobile_4_Track.html Microphone: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/367747-REG/Rode_NTG_2_NTG_2_Battery_or_Phantom.html XLR Cable: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/574244-REG/Pearstone_C24136_10_3_Pin_XLR_Male_to.html Optional Items: Clapboard: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/573959-REG/Pearstone_SADC_7562_SADC_7562_Acrylic_Dry_Erase.html Boom Pole: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/757123-REG/Rode_MICRO_BOOMPOLE_Micro_Boompole_3_Section.html Thanks to DarthXboxian for the idea for this tutorial
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Niles Audio MultiZone System | ZR6
http://www.diycustomaudio.com/shop-by-brand/niles-speakers.html - Promotional Video regarding the Niles Audio MultiZone ZR6 sound system
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Homemade PA system Ice Cream Truck Horn Speaker Upgrade
I once again Blew the Speaker out! So $27.00 later. I now have a BETTER LOUD ASS PA Speaker! I have it rigged up to my Homemade PA system in my truck. Its 102db I thought it was 107 lol. And I also play some Ice Cream music through it. The Brand of the Speaker is a Radio Shack Power Horn its 25 watt RMS. But it works excellent.
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How Much Power for Good Subwoofer Bass? | Car Audio
Watch more Car Audio 101 videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/497150-How-Much-Power-for-Good-Subwoofer-Bass-Car-Audio Learn how much power it takes to get good bass from a subwoofer in this Howcast car stereo video with expert Movin' On. Hi my name is Movin On, and I've been working in the field of car audio and mobile electronics for 8 over years. I've installed everything from navigation systems to full car stereo systems, remote starters, alarms, and beyond. To learn more, visit our web site at www.movinon.com. Often times we get asked how much power you need to get decent bass from your subwoofer, and the answer is, depends on the subwoofer and depends on how many subwoofers. A good place to start is to look at the specifications of the subwoofer that you plan on powering. An easy way to check is to check the RMS rating of the subwoofer that you plan on powering. If the RMS of the subwoofer is 300 watts, it means that that subwoofer can take 300 watts continuously. In order to find an amplifier that's gonna power the subwoofer properly, the best thing to do is to find an amplifier that's either 300 watts RMS or higher. If you're using a 500 watt amplifier to power a 300 watt subwoofer, you're gonna have plenty of headroom and the amplifier is not going to have to work very hard to push that subwoofer. But you have to be careful not to turn the gain on an amplifier too high because you could blow the subwoofer. If you under-power your subwoofer, that is using an amplifier that's not as powerful as the RMS of the subwoofer, the amplifier may overheat, or play distorted. Typically, we recommend going with an amplifier that's the same RMS rating as your subwoofer or higher. The power of amplifiers is also rated in RMS and really what it stands for is the amount of power that that amplifier can produce continuously without overheating. If you go with a more powerful amplifier than the subwoofer, you're gonna have plenty of head room, you're gonna have a happy amplifier that's running cool.
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Why Bose Speakers Are Overpriced 1 (The Lifestyle 48)
http://bosespeakers1.infoCheck out my other video about the Lifestyle 48. It shows an example of a small speaker system that costs about the same as the Lifestyle 48, and sounds much better. That videos description also has information about this systems remote, which I suggest reading.Anyway, This video shows an example of a big speaker system that you can get for the price of the $4000 Bose Lifestyle 48, and blows the LS48 away.This video shows how the Bose Lifestyle 48 is overpriced in terms of being overvalued. How on earth can those 4 in. tall Jewel Cubes be worth the same as these bigger speakers, especially when Bose uses some of the cheapest materials out there (you'll see the annotation in the video that addresses the different kinds of paper, and how they're different)? Sure, you could say "something can't be overpriced if people are willing to pay for it", but a lot of people who think Bose is good have no idea you could get something like this for the same price. And since Paradigm, along with every other audio company out there, doesn't advertise, but Bose does, how can people even know about these other brands? BTW, this dealer sold Bose years ago, and the only way they could sell them is if they separated them from their other brands, for people would compare them side by side and most of the time choose the other brands, which often cost less or were the same price as the Bose systems. And, if you notice, all Bose stores now do this or something similar. In big box stores, the Bose Lifestyle systems are on the "end cap" on the shelves in the electronics section, so there's no brands directly side-by-side to compare the system to. And while you could go around the corner to hear the other brands, Bose's systems are set up 3 ft. in your face and behind you, so you're right in the speaker's sweet spot, which is going to sound good. And of course, the other brand's speakers aren't set up like this; you're farther away from them. Also, at some specialty dealers that sell Bose plus other good brands, the Bose demos will be on the opposite side of the store, with the same fancy demos that are at the big box stores. And, at these dealers, some of them have one or all of their Bose products in a completely separate room, so it's even harder to compare them to other brands. Plus, at these dealers and the big box stores, most of the time you can't play your own music on Bose's systems. All you can hear is Bose's pre-made demo. As a salesman at a specialty dealer that sold Bose told me, in Bose's demos, Bose wants you to hear what Bose want you to hear; not what you want to hear, for they'll play something that'll bring out their speaker's full potential. And, he told me that yes, Bose reps are very picky about where in the store their products are placed, which of course is away from the other brands. But then, Bose also has their own dealers, with only their products in them. While they will let you bring your own music and play it on their systems, like I said, there's only Bose's products there.But anyway, Bose claims their systems are equal to big speakers, yet as mentioned in the video, the Acoustimass module, which is what they say does this, is designed very poorly. Instead of it being a subwoofer, the Acoustimass module is basically the two woofers on the Monitor 7 speakers in this video put in a box, and is off to the side. This is a poor design because it plays too high, resulting in bad imaging. Certain sounds in a recording are intended to come out of certain drivers. The woofers on the Monitor 7's in this video are intended to play sounds that are meant to come from the front speakers and the front speakers only. Having the woofers off to the side, away from the front speakers, is not going to sound like what the recording was supposed to sound like. And, a mentioned, it's not a subwoofer, so the sub-bass in a recording, and especially in a movie, isn't even going to be audible in a Bose system. 2 5.5 inch drivers imply can't reproduce sub-bass, for they are too small.Also, beginning at 7:44, there's a slideshow that simply shows all of the systems main components, and at 8:16, there's a picture that shows all of the systems main components together. This system has just as many essential components the Lifestyle 48 has. The LS48 has 5 speakers, 1 Acoustimass module, the media center, a VS-2 Video Enhancer, and the remote; 9 components total. This system has 5 speakers, 1 subwoofer, the A/V receiver, a Blu-Ray player, and the remote; also 9 components.Anyway, if you're considering buying the Lifestyle 48, or if you think Bose is "the best" or "really good," think again and go listen to something like this.
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Understanding why your speakers distort and a quick way to get around it
http://www.defiantaudiollc.com Understanding why your speakers distort and a quick way to get around it. car audio, amplifiers, subwoofer, amp settings, hot to install, component set.
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