Choosing the Right Equipment

Car Stereos | What to Look For

What to Look For In a Car Stereo Every car requires a unique combination of car stereo components to sound great. A car stereo may sound excellent in one car, but sound terrible in another. Additionally, the limitations in size and wiring configuration make selecting the best car stereo even more difficult for you. The best car stereos will give you the features you love while conforming to the en...

Component Car Speakers | What to Look For

When looking at lists of the Top Component Car Speakers and choosing a speaker that's right for you, you need to ask yourself, “What am I looking for in a speaker?” Here we want to help you answer that question, and teach you what to look for when choosing component car speakers. Common Speaker Terms & Ratings Lets define a few common terms that are compared when rating a speaker: Powe...

One Subwoofer Can Be Better Than Two!

Some people say that two is always better than one, but in some cases one subwoofer can be better than two. When referring to women, they might be right, however this isn't always true when it comes to car audio.  Most people will try to cram two or even three subwoofers into the trunk of their car because they think it will be louder, hit harder, or maybe because they think it'll impress their bu...

Component or Coaxial Speakers?

If you don't know the difference of component or coaxial speakers here is a brief overview to help you determine which is best for your setup. Component Speakers are typically a pair of tweeters and mid-bass drivers (speakers) that are matched with a crossover that limits the frequency range each speaker reproduces. You can tell if your car has components if you have more than one speaker for each...

Best Dashboard Cameras | What To Look For

Looking at technical specs for a dashboard camera can be confusing because of the wide and varied choices and add-ons. Here is a brief summary of the features you might want to consider when looking at dash cameras: Auto Power On/Off – This is a standard feature found in top-of-the-line dash cam units, although you can manually disconnect/plug it in whenever you want using your vehicle’s cigarette...