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Vehical Audio Lesson I (System Design)

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The 3 Rules Of Setting Up A Correct System And the 4 Areas of Importance

Rule 1 - Sounds Good ,You Must Realize a Sonic Improvement for every Dime you Spend on your system or you wont be happy

Rule 2 - Reliable, Must Design and install Correctly to increase system reliability , you want your system lasting a long time

Rule 3 - Expandability ,Your Initial design Should Always allow for Expanding with out discontinuing use of previously purchased System components

The Most Important part of a system

#1 SPEAKERS
The Speakers are performing the most difficult task ..... They are changing Electrical Energy to Mechanical energy and mechanical energy to acoustical energy

#2 Cross Overs and Amps
Essential to proper operation of the speakers

#3 Head Units
In order to fully benefit from the improved clarity and dynamic perforamnce of the upgraded Speakers and Amps Your going to need a good Head Unit


#4 Equalization
Once the 1st 3 steps have been completed now you can begain to smooth out the response problems , Equalization WILL NOT correct poorly designed systems
 
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Agreed, but one important point, you want to sometimes drown out the sound of the cummins!
 
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