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Build the BEST Car Audio System - Full process explained

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Building a custom car audio system is very rewarding. When done right your install will have just the right amount of bass, silky smooth mids and nice crisp highs. But what does it take? In this video we walk through the entire car audio project process, from determining a goal and coming up with a plan, to installing and tuning. ▼ Important links: ➜FREE weekly training program: http://goo.gl/5T4D7v ➜Box Designs, BUILD YOUR OWN BOX! http://goo.gl/sv1wam ➜Great tools for installation: https://goo.gl/zeDSFJ ➜Support the making of the Videos: https://goo.gl/2jMVZ6 Here at Car Audio Fabrication I teach you how to Master Car Audio in an effort to Design, Build, and Install your ideal car audio system. Whether you are a hardcore basshead or a HiFi focused audiophile I would love to have you subscribe and join our community! --SUBSCRIBE-- http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=caraudiofabrication --SUPPORT— Early Access to Videos, Secret Videos, Direct Messaging for Questions: Patreon CAF Group: https://www.patreon.com/caraudiofabrication --LET”S CONNECT!— Website: http://www.caraudiofabrication.com/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/caraudiofabrication/ Instagram: @caraudiofab Snapchat: @caraudiofab --FULL VIDEO SERIES-- Simple Door Pods [VIDEO] Series: http://goo.gl/jPpKGB Custom Sub Box [VIDEO] Series: http://goo.gl/bzZPwl Underseat Fiberglass Sub Box [VIDEO] Series: http://goo.gl/OBbUwH Fiberglass Door Pods [VIDEO] Series: http://goo.gl/oAdrx1 Music: Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Car Audio Fabrication – Master Car Audio – Design, Build, Install
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Michael Moreira (2 days ago)
Would you recommend all connection from amp to cap be 0 gauge ? Is there a benefit or withdraw ?
BASS boss (26 days ago)
Finish ur build, sit back turn up the bass and get vibrated out of ur seat.
Reub3 (27 days ago)
I've been trying to find a head unit with a cassette player on it.
enoch peralta (1 month ago)
Bad ass music bro
Chad Beebe (1 month ago)
How do you determine where the "best location" for the speakers is at?
Product Junction (1 month ago)
is the pioneer stereo good for car?
Dayle Best (2 months ago)
Whats your advice on working with a 3 series BMW? As I've been told factory volume setting can be a nuisance in going for power. Thanks
Andrew Rice (3 months ago)
Tier 9001: Scotty, put on the radiation suit...
kelvin larkin (3 months ago)
what the best power supply to use for two car amplifiers in the house? JEC CA3245 600W for mids and BOSCHMANN 1300W for bass.
Kancilicious Familia (3 months ago)
Hi,i'm currently using a 4channel amp for my subwoofer and front speaker..the problem now is everytime I turn my engine on,a loud buzzing current runs through the speaker and the humming also heard when im press the gas..got any ideas how to remove those noises?
Augustus Cardoso (3 months ago)
You're fucking awesome. Thanks mate!
Murry123G3 (4 months ago)
How much power can you pull from a prius
Upton Farms (3 months ago)
Seems like an oxymoron lol
Isidro Mendez (4 months ago)
Is this set up good for metal?
renzart (4 months ago)
Hey, can you help me to find an answer for my question? I would really appreciate it. I have installed polk db 6502 components in my front doors oh Honda Jazz. Is there any way i can add a third mid range speakers to the current 2 way set up without replacing the entire system with another 3 way system. Is it possible? if yes, how? thanks!
J Norfleet (3 months ago)
Yes, do a search on multiple speaker wiring diagram, pay attention to your ohms.
Zac Norris (4 months ago)
Step 1. Buy sub 2. Buy single channel amp 3. Realise you can’t hear your mid anymore 4. Give up
kklatvala (4 months ago)
Thank you, MAN!
Samsquamsh (4 months ago)
I didn't know Mark Zuckerberg moonlighted as a car audiophile. lol
Jack Peltzel (15 days ago)
That’s who he was reminding me of! I couldn’t think of who the heck this guy looks like. Thanks Sam
G.I Joe (30 days ago)
+Mexico City Reptilians rule us all as we are their babies
Mexico City (3 months ago)
"Zuckerburg" translates to Jew Clone in Reptilian.
Gareth McEwan (5 months ago)
where can we find actual build walkthroughs with visuals on custom dashboards etc Are there any resources on the web that will actually teach some one to build custom panels?
koolkars2 (5 months ago)
What are some good midbass songs with really nice vocals
Justin Austin (5 months ago)
If your speakers specs call for 3 cubic in box and i want to put 6 of them in one box would i need 18 cubic in box?
Phil Moore (1 month ago)
Justin Austin yep....
Sando-Metal (6 months ago)
Oh! I forgot to thank you for the information on this video. Live long and may you prosper more in all your endeavors.
Sando-Metal (6 months ago)
This is all too much for me. I need someone to accomplish the install for $300 or less out the door (Stereo, speakers, wiring harness, antennae kit). I have a 2014 Smart Fortwo hatchback, and the stock system sounds dreadful. Passenger speaker continues to "go out", and they sound "tinny" when both work. I'm just looking to have a nice sound that's clean. Don't need to blow the doors off someone else's car. I went to Audi Express, in Las Vegas, and they gave me a quote of $270 (JVC KD-PKR780BT car stereo package including two 6.5" speakers) for installation and the system out the door. I provided a down of $80 only for them to call me later, and give me phoney baloney about needing extra time to remove door panels involving much labor and "other parts" necessary for install (bait-n-switch). Price pushed to $540! I jammed back like Speedy Gonzales and demanded a refund of my deposit. I prefer having a warranty and am not keen on self install. Do I have to live with a crappy factory sound for the life of my vehicle?
godfreykristian (4 months ago)
Sando-Metal oh and also install yourself to save money and know that it’s being done right, it’s not very difficult
godfreykristian (4 months ago)
Sando-Metal you’re not going to get anywhere for $300 and you broke the #1 rule... never go to audioexpress! They don’t know what they are doing and will fuck your shit up. For $300 I would suggest some cheap aftermarket coaxiles from Best Buy and a cheap headunit. If you have anything left over in your budget then use it to sound deaden the doors. But honestly with only $300 it might not sound much different than your stock system
eatthisvr6 (6 months ago)
link to the sound quality vid?
anupam kakkar (7 months ago)
Great video thanks! Can you actually provide an actual build keeping in mind the finest sound quality? Or maybe a case study. That would really help.
2STROKE POWER (7 months ago)
Thanks I have no clue what to do now.
Vic Lotorto (7 months ago)
What's the best to do 5.1 surround sound. If you could do a video sometime on it would be nice . How to do this without a touchscreen CD player . I like the standard single din for volume and cd/dvd . Here is my car https://youtu.be/SDao-2zFnJQ I have 2 JL W6 in the back with a ported box. Focal surrounds , Alpine amps 600 and 1200 watts , Im adding a DSP and wondering what's the best setup for my car .. 91 integra , tuned with a Vtec ;) only 125k orig mi . The box is so big in the trunk the subs have to be facing towards the front. Would it be better to have the sealed box and turn the subs towards the back to get deeper louder bass?
Sipie Sipie (8 months ago)
How do I get a tshirt I’m in nz ?
ThePCMdadburd (8 months ago)
it's funny, because i wanted to do something about my stéréo, but didn't know where to start, so i watch your video, and you answerd EXACLTY all of the question a had. again i thought about doing something simple at first to learn the basics, and you are saying EXACTLY THAT! you are a very good teacher!
Rocco (8 months ago)
SO GLAD I found this channel. I just got a 2003 Excursion and have been tinkering around for an excellent sound but I needed a Gandalf. This channel is my Gandalf.
Cj Aldrich (9 months ago)
I’m new to upgrading my car with a new sound system it’s a Chevy Malibu maxx I don’t know what type of system I should use for this car plz lemme know what y’all think
Exterminatingtraper (10 months ago)
First system I ever installed was 2 1100 watt alpine amps running 2 type r’s in a custom box built by me in my buddy’s Mazda lol I always go for tier 2/3 sub/amp speakers/amp me and my pack of buddy’s have the highest performance systems in town lol
Shoegum (10 months ago)
tl;dr Pioneer/Alpine HU, Focal door speakers, JL W7 Sub(s), Rockford/Alpine/JL/HiFonics 5-channel Amplifier or two amp setup (mono block & 4 channel), Crossover, Digital Signal Processor (DSP), Ported or Non-Ported Sub Box with proper Cubic Foot of Air space for your subs, Big-3 Upgrade, 0/1-4 AWG Amp Wiring Kit, Amp Remote level control call, Dynamat or other sound treatment >>>> INSTALL >>>> TUNE>>>>>>PROFIT
Robert Martinez (10 months ago)
Dude if I had u as my neighbor I would let u install system... Keep doing what you're doing my friend.. ur right in all these videos... And your humor is right on key.
Zach Eiriksson (10 months ago)
I installed a deck, speakers/sub, and 5 channel amp into a Silverado Bose.... And it sounds extremely weak. I'm kinda confused
Sean neal (10 months ago)
how to run tweeters and compression horn
Wolfpack_ Rob (1 year ago)
I’m trying to build a car system for my mustang convertible and I swear to I think none has done it atleast a good job was wondering if u guys can help me
Leslie John (1 year ago)
please help me with this? if you can I am about to buy a system for my Mitsubishi Pajero 94: these are the standard size Front: 4", 6-3/4" Rear: 6" x 9" Dash: 4" Front door: 6-3/4" Rear side panel: 6" x 9" Looking at your video, I think I will need an active crossover as the tweeters are located on the dash, I don't want to put in a sub (As I don't want a box in the back) but I would like the deep sound, I am planning to use 3 ways in the front and rear doors and rear area, and two way on the dash. I would like to use an amp to drive everything. I would like lots of top end sound, but i need a nice bottem end sound too. as I lesson to mainly Reggae, Soca, jazz, R&B and blues. Are there any special ways to set this up? and being in the Caribbean at times I can turn this up, however, when driving I would like to play this low with a nice rumble. I would even like to just sit in the Mitsubishi Pajero on the beach or in the mountains and listen to music with a nice clean sound. Any ideas, how to set this up? also, the vehicle is diesel so I think I might out all the seats and put in installation on the floor, even though I don't have a system in mine, I am thinking of using alpine as past experience tells me I will not get amp noise
Spicy Mayo (1 year ago)
Yo im about to get my first car and i dont know shit about car audio but i really want to make that my first upgrade because thats what ill get the most use out of ( i dont want just really high bass i love hearing all parts of the music ) where could i go to learn everything i need to know ( id prefer it not to be different video's or articles ect. id rather get it all in one go cause i have no clue what i even need to know) thanks in advance
Caleb Mitchell (1 year ago)
+CarAudioFabrication you mentioned a possible need to upgrade the electrical system to match the sub and amp. I was given a 12" subwoofer for my compact car (2005 Chevy Cobalt), can I make a larger sub like this sound good without needing to upgrade the electrical system for my relatively small car? I haven't seen the sub in-person yet I just know it's 12".
zack lavictoire (1 year ago)
Caleb Mitchell should be fine if your just runnning like 2000w
Tamrat Assefa (1 year ago)
Great videos man. New subscriber here. LOADS OF INFO on this channel,....Thank you very much!
snapascrew (1 year ago)
I want to put together something for sure... I'd like DSP so i can do time alignment, phase, and graphic EQ adjustments (custom presets obviously not some "rock n roll" preset). My next thing worth noting is i want my sub to only cover 25-110hz. I don't like hearing subs go above 110.... so I would love to get a good speaker to cover the next range. I'm a professional live sound engineer so the systems we use are always 4 way. a Mono sub doing 20-100 and then a 3 way line array. I don't think a 4 way system is appropriate maybe in a car but I do like an overall balanced sound with a tad bit more shimmer at around 12khz and bass that is solid when listening to something like a rock song or metal but nothing CRAZY - although I want to be able to go into crazy mode if i feel like it. I'd love some product recommendations if anyone has any. I'm driving a 2017 Toyota 86.
Cranky Jay (1 year ago)
When you mention the comparison of a great install with average equipment vs a poor install with great equipment what exactly do you mean by the term 'install'? The quality/routing of the wiring or something else? Also your pop up link to the crossover/beaming sound quality video never showed up in this video
James Valerie (1 year ago)
SuperMrmotorhead (1 year ago)
Ive got a set of old school 80's Altec ALS 693 6x9's I"ll put them up to ANYTHING nowadays.Too bad they don't make that superior equipment anymore
BeeFred 00013 (1 year ago)
What is the best way to wire a amp to a crossover
Zachary (1 year ago)
Also another video idea is one about the Pioneer DEH-80PRS Standard vs Network mode (understanding it).
Zachary (1 year ago)
You seriously need to do a video on old school amp sound quality vs new. I have ran Eclipse since 2003 and am currently now running a Pioneer DEH-80PRS because I need the USB access to play WAV files (got tired of CD"s flying around my car) - that is mainly the only reason. I still use an Eclipse Amp. And the old school MB Quart QSD 6.5's and Boston Rally's. Not interested in 95 percent of the new stuff that's out there.
Don Henderson (1 year ago)
I have a 2017 Mini Countryman with a stock stereo system. the head unit is integral to the cars functionality so I've elected to use a Match plug n play amp and replace the speakers with focal speakers that also replace exsisting speaker openings which are 3 inch in all four doors and two 8 inch underseat subwoofers. I've also added a powered sub for the back for more low end. The match amp is also a DSP so with some assistance from manufacture rep I've set the crossover points based on his recommendation with my speakers in mind. Two problems I'm dealing with is there's not enough warmth in the sound. Meaning a lot of highs and hi mids and low lows, like it's lacking mid lows and punch from the snare and a punchy kick drum and bass guitar. I'm trying my best not to crave the car up and I'm wondering if I should look to try and substitute the underseat subs with a 6.5 in mid bass speaker? Also I'm still having issues with the sub in the back hitting late. Meaning the underseat subs are hitting at the right time but the sub is later and not sure how to fix that. do you have some ideas?
Vernon Williams (1 year ago)
My stock radio and speakers were busted I started with the speakers and a budget Kenwood receiver
speed127 (1 year ago)
How do I tune using an RTA? Do i need to use a $600 AudioControl DM-810 or is there something I'm missing.
uttam banerjee (1 year ago)
Hey .I have a kenwood head unit and enjoy superb music with jbl speaker. But I wanna change my head unit and not the speaker. Will changing a head unit have any adverse affect on my current sound quality
Mattchu Moore (1 year ago)
uttam banerjee you may have to adjust the gain on the amps but other than that it should be fine
ryan goad (1 year ago)
I have Roger fosgate P3 10 and I am looking for a good amp to for this subwoofer
Adam M (1 year ago)
is roger, rockford's cousin?
Keenan Eisermann (1 year ago)
do you have a video explaining hertz CarAudioFabrication ?
Bryan Chatmon (1 year ago)
Budget systems, $500 upgrade, $1000...ETC... I see your a fan of RF, MAYBE SHOW US SOME OTHER CHEAPER ITEMS....
Sahil Akshay (1 year ago)
love your vids bro
Ali Haidar (1 year ago)
Installing audio systems actually calms me down, of course a few curse words here and there lol. Especially building enclosures and taking my time to get everything perfect.
Erzol Masandilov (1 year ago)
Had to share this, Look - http://www.ebay.com/itm/162216056196 Those high grade Hi-Fi Speakers are awesome, I just wish I could afford them! :)
PSYk1ll4h (1 year ago)
imma need help with my 15" Fi sp4 and the rest of the system haha. it's going to be interesting.
Hey im new here and i suscribe already so hi there!!! Any advice for a nubby? I need to know to know how to wire from de stereo to the amp and then from the amp to the speaker also if it has to be only with rca? Cuz my stereo is the one that came with the car looks like it doesnt have any rca just speaker wires! Please help!
Jonny Miller (1 year ago)
1:00 - post intro 1:40 - Phase 1: What Is The Goal? 2:34 - Goal Tier Breakdown 4:24 - Phase 2: Planning 7:06 - Phase 3: Purchasing 8:22 - Phase 4: Installation 11:26 - Phase 5: Tuning
Kilo 959 (21 days ago)
Thanks, took nearly two minutes to get started.
Yoda Master (1 month ago)
Jonny Miller - thank you
Brandon Brooke (2 months ago)
Jonny Miller thank you!!!!
SrikarKc (5 months ago)
Not all heros wear capes!
Brent Parsons (6 months ago)
Thanks bro
Rasputin 883 (1 year ago)
Your channel is goooooooold! :D
Ely Powell (1 year ago)
Tells you all the common sense stuff which everybody should know anyway but gives no info on what components to use with your stereo to get the best sound.
Aurus Merriweb (7 months ago)
Common sense?! I am not knowledgeable about car audio in any sense. I appreciate the information and he makes even the most technologically challenged people able to understand what he’s saying. So poop on your comment!
b1782w (1 year ago)
CarAudioFabrication CarAudioFabrication well my question piggy backs on that and is one that's been asked by many and it has to do with choosing midrange/midbass in regards to the TS parameters such as qts Vas and Fs... I can figure out the rest if you can just shed some light on whether or not a typical stock door panel acts more like a sealed ported or infinite baffle... not sure if you covered this before in a video will keep searching until you reply keep up the good work thanks
CarAudioFabrication (1 year ago)
The "best"? Such a subjective question. There are literally a million "components" to use... all which could be perceived as "the best" depending on your goals. My suggestion would be to focus more on the common sense items and learning how installation can improve the performance of a system rather than searching for someone to tell you what product is best.
Shakeel Faris (1 year ago)
Hi. I have a four channel MB Quart XA1-800.4 four channel amp. The power is 100 watts x 4 @ 4ohms. I've not purchased the components yet as I'm still deciding what to get and what configuration to consider. The default would be to get the MB Quart BMW components. They operate at 75watt @4ohms. My question is, how do I get away with a more powerful set like the Hertz Hi Energy which operate at 125watts? Would I need to bridge them across the 4 channels? and what would that take my amps peak power to? Would I need to set my gains according to the 125watts of the components? Many thanks.
TR Killswitch (1 year ago)
What is the average cost for Tier 1-3, I don't care about accuracy, just need a general cost range
zorhis1996 (1 year ago)
i had to get a stupid car thats hard to install audio stuff in so i cant do it myself :( first car , shitty for audio
cjsector9 (11 months ago)
Samuel Cannon try a 67 galaxie. One of the hardest I’ve done
Samuel Cannon (1 year ago)
[email protected] Holt, unless its a 60's 70's VW, Will.......you will get no sympathy from me. Try my first ride and install. '71 Gremlin. Had base am radio. I updated to a Brand new Sanyo cassette deck, with that new auto-reverse feature that was so awesome! Only had to trim a little metal on the dash.
Will Holt (1 year ago)
I have a VW so I feel you
Tyler Schallert (1 year ago)
Content cop anyone?
Dale Gribble (8 months ago)
What we do here is go back back back back
Danbobway (1 year ago)
lol call the content cop get idubz on dis maine
what does that have to do with anything?
CarAudioFabrication (1 year ago)
+Tyler Schallert it's music from YouTubes free audio library, anyone is allowed to use it.
Clyde Turner (1 year ago)
P.S. - I've already re-upholstered my bench and seats but I'm waiting to cover the walls and doors after I decide on the right speakers. Also, I'm rebuilding my dash and eventually a newer style Steering Column will be installed for the controls. Any assistance will be appreciated - Thank you!
Clyde Turner (1 year ago)
I've never performed a complete entertainment system install before so I'd like to get some advice from a Professional. I need some suggestions on getting started on selecting the proper AMP, speakers, and supporting hardware. I own a 1989 Ford E-150 Conversion Van, I've completely gutted it to install some of today's toys, I already have the Boss BVB9364RC System for my main system and some headrest monitors that I built housing's for. I'm willing and able to do the research, purchase, fabricate/build, and install myself; however, I know there is more to it than just "Plug and play - HELP!.
Rajesh Bridgelal (1 year ago)
whats the best way to position a port in an subwoofer enclosure? Facing the same direction as the sub or to the side?
Roland Schoenke (1 year ago)
great video as always, took notes.
do I need a 5v pre out or can I get away with a DSP to clean the signal up?
Jorge Arteaga (1 year ago)
Question on LOC's. Can you put two LOC's on the rear channels of a factory head unit so you can adjust subwoofer amp with subwoofer level control nob. So in total there would be three LOC's. 2 for front and rear speakers going to a 4CH amp and 1 to sub amp.
Jesse Nurse (1 year ago)
It's very hard to take advice on the speakers to choose from you (product placement) when you payed to promote those products
jason canceran (1 year ago)
you r my idol. always replicating your project with my primitive tools... hand saws..tnx
rodney smith (2 years ago)
okay here's my question I have a 2006 dodge RAM 1500 crew cab and I want to install a amp for my speakers but I don't know what kind of amp to get here is the speakers that I have and I am looking to send no more then 400 on an amp but cheaper is always better. I have JL Audio C2 - 350 x in my Dash their power range is 10-40 watts RMS (75 watts peak). I have JL evolution C2 series 5.25 component speakers in the front they are Peak 200 Watts per set or 100 watts each RMS 120 per set or 60 watts each. I have JL C2 -650 6.5 component speakers and they have the same wattage and RMS as the Evolution C2 in the rear. what kind of amp should I get?
Paul Lahi (6 months ago)
75 or 100 x 5 or 75 x 100 x 4 for the speakers. If you go 4 put a powered sub or 5 an 8" I prefer most would tell you 12 or 10.
Gabriel Dignard (2 years ago)
probably my fav channel on youtube! would be nice to learn more about different ways to power high wattage systems
ekim andersom (2 years ago)
My advice would be to not spend anything on rear speakers, and spend a bit (allot) more on your front components. Amps and subs are easy to add or change. Just choose an awesome front system and install it the best way possible, then build and plan the rest from there.
ArcadeDude44 (2 years ago)
Good stuff, thanks
Ben Gauci (2 years ago)
That lisp on my new sound system sounds awesome bro!
Cyan1d3PR (2 years ago)
Perfect! Exactly what i was looking for. thanks!
madumal nuwan (2 years ago)
i have Subwoofer w 2700+2 so i wont to know how many power amp i can use ?
male nasty (2 years ago)
hello c.a.f. my first step is isolation doors and after discuse about real music !! two sets hertz hi energy 16.5 pomped active with two amplifs 4×150 for midbass and 4×60 for tweeters drived by boss pioneer 80rs on front! second step is one kicker 15l5 acomplish with zx750.1 for wave bass..thanks alot from Romania ..one head bass man!!
John D (2 years ago)
Really enjoyed the part about tuning the gains and level matching. Another, more advanced techniques, would be to scope the gains. I'm about to step back into the IASCA SQ game after years of being out...some of the lessons I learned the hard way are covered in a lot of CAF's videos. I really enjoy watching these...sometimes one of his tips catches me and brings up old scenarios of hard knock experiences. Great work on these videos!
Takyri B-Emaja (2 years ago)
You should make a video with speakers brand you recommend like medium/pro/extra-pro it will help alot. the same for amplifiers etc etc
Jimmy Neutron (2 months ago)
Yes I'm looking for best bang for my buck! Not cheaest or best
James Mantovani (3 months ago)
+River Alley exactly right mate, it's personal choice! I'd say personally, don't go for high quality studio monitors (speakers) as you're not going to be mixing on the road, you want the most enjoyment out of the music you listen to. Imo tho.
River Alley (5 months ago)
+Takyri B-Emaja no once can really tell you what is best. It depends on you and what you like and sounds best.
Takyri B-Emaja (9 months ago)
no because the manufacture dont compare there self with other brands, specially the expensive one will allways say that they are better!
Shoegum (10 months ago)
The manufacturers already do that for you. Its called cheap, not so cheap, expensive, very expensive.
H O IR i IZ O N (2 years ago)
This is going to sound like a dumb question but If you run a sub at 4ohm or run It at 2ohm which will sound better, If both ways gets the same power? I guess It would be easier to say, do JL Audio Subs sound better at the higher ohms?
ekim andersom (2 years ago)
Depends on what ohm your amp works best.
squidduck (2 years ago)
Like this video a lot. After many systems in the past, I kind of find myself following these steps on my own. Presently waiting for final wiring and damping materials are; Audio Control LC7i to use my stock head unit, Hertz HDP1 for a pair of Hertz HX250's, a Hertz HDP4 for 2 pairs of Hertz ESK 165s and a 2 pairs of Hertz ECX 690s..... thanks for the tips
PunisherOfDeath101 (2 years ago)
mobile strike commercials....
Connor98 (2 years ago)
I'm so confused rip
Vsvp Dash (5 months ago)
Connor98 same
Michael Sans (2 years ago)
First tier should be knowing the power your gonna need for the watts your are gonna get under a thousand or over big difference there.big three upgrade first do I need a battery or not
ElitePyro (2 years ago)
Money is the problem
Edward Johnson (2 years ago)
This was an awesome video! There's one question that I have that the Internet has yet to answer... I'm doing some research on building a 1x15" bass guitar cabinet, and I'm trying to figure out what frequency would be best to tune to. I play a 5 string, and my lowest string (B) produces a frequency of 31Hz. Should I tune my cabinet to that frequency? Or would it be best to go lower (~25Hz), or perhaps higher to my E (41Hz)? The frequency response of the woofer is 38-3k Hz, not sure if that would be needed. Ideally, I would love for my woofer to produce the fundamental of my low B, but woofers that can do that, at acceptable THD, SPL, and Sensitivity, are kind of hard to come by.
PANTYEATR1 (2 years ago)
funky fresh rhyming!
Don Heston (2 years ago)
the way he talks is annoying as hell
Paul Weaver (2 years ago)
Don Heston dont be rude....just learn what u can and move on....CAF is doing a great service for all of us who watch and learn dont like his voice get off the tube
Montieth101 (2 years ago)
I have a 2002 camaro coupe and im trying to figure out how i could fit two 10' pioneer premier series subs but still be able to use my t- tops.... Got any suggestions?
Eric Salyer (2 years ago)
so fucking boring
Jason Myjak (2 years ago)
very nice video
Harm Drenth (2 years ago)
What kind of software would you recommend to tune a stereo system?
Tom Mangu (2 years ago)
Phase 100......wall it ! Good advice in this video👍
Mike Griego (2 years ago)
Right now my setup is tier 2. 2 12" alpine type R's on an RF T1000-1bdcp, Alpine mrp-300 for the 4 alpine type s 6.5 mids. 2 1" polk audio tweets for the highs. I really like these polk tweets, and I read some good reviews on their mids. If my type s mids take a shit, I will replace them all with Polk audio.
225rc (2 years ago)
Question please explain if you have two subs and you hook up two amps or 4 subs with 4 amps..on each amp you have left and right speaker hook ups but I see people with the same amount of subs and amps,so how do you hook each amp up to one speaker?? do you just hook up let's say to one side of the amp and oh hell how would you hook it all up and then all the amps to one head unit?
John McLaughlin (2 years ago)
most amps have what is called bridge mode where you hook the + to one channel and the - to the other channel. thats how you hook up one speaker to a stereo amp, unless you hve a mono amp ten its just +to+ and -to-. you can either use RCA splitters or you can use loop outs frm the amps if you have them

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