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by Paulluap Published on 01-19-15 01:19 PM
Hi Everyone. My name is Paul and I'm from New Zealand. Chris has suggested that I write a thread on how I built my motorised car stereo. This thread will be about how I built the motorised head unit and hopefully give you ideas on how to build your own. I built this unit back in 1995, Most parts....
by Chris from Washington Published on 04-08-14 09:59 AM
We need more DIY type articles, so if you've done any work and would like to share it here. Looking for any of the following Fiberglassing Custom Box Building Wiring Tips Any custom installation tricks.
by GlassWolf Published on 05-21-10 11:48 PM
A quick start guide to amplifier settings This is a basic starting point guide for the settings on your amplifier or head unit regarding cut/boost, crossover points, Q-factor or slope, and phase. This guide is simply meant to give you somewhere to start for a decent response. You'll need to.....
by GlassWolf Published on 05-21-10 11:42 PM
How to set crossovers for your head unit or amplifiers by GlassWolf and Brad Warren If you are using a head unit or amplifiers with built-in crossovers with multiple speakers and respective frequency ranges, you may be wondering how to set those crossovers for the best results. There are...
by Ryan from Ohio Published on 10-12-07 10:40 PM
I figured its high time I get a review up about the "Speaker Deflection Pads". The ones I installed came from Second Skin and were part of the feedback process. Ant generously sent me a pair. Honestly I wasnt sure what to expect and I was skeptical. The pad is around 7" in diame...
by William from NOLA Published on 11-06-06 07:46 PM
The following was submitted by your fellow member, cargodz ------------------- Lately we have had many individuals wanting to install there own amplifier(s) and subwoofer(s), which is great, although they may lack the general knowledge of what this entails. For this reason I have laid out the...
by GlassWolf Published on 08-14-05 02:11 PM
rear-fill speakers While rear speakers might seem natural or necessary to some people, it is deemed undesirable and at best useless to those who are into good sound quality. There is nothing inherently evil about rear speakers, it's just that rear speakers often interfere too much with the...
by GlassWolf Published on 08-11-05 06:21 PM
Inverting a speaker is the term used when a subwoofer is mounted "backwards" so the magnet structure is exposed outside of the enclosure to show off the size of the magnet, or the chromed basket and so forth. Mounting a speaker this way has absolutely NO effect on the output of the system...
by Ryan from Ohio Published on 03-21-05 07:47 AM
First lets list the various types of Sound Damping materials commonly used: * Peel & Stick materials * Liquid Sound Damping * Aerosol Products * Truck Bed Linings * Carpet Padding Now lets look at them in details:
by Justin from Detroit Published on 10-28-04 06:59 AM
There has always been a huge question on which way your subs should face for them to bet he loudest. Some people say facing into the cabin, some people say firing towards the rear of the trunk. The truth is both, to a certain extent. This will be broken into three categories, coupe/sedan...
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