Category: Sound Processors

What are Bass Restoration Processors?

When it comes to your car audio system, bass is an extremely important factor. In order for you to truly enjoy the music in your vehicle, you will need to be able to hear your music's low frequencies! Although adding a subwoofer to your car audio system will definitely allow you to hear more of those low frequencies, ...

What are Crossovers?

What are Crossovers?

Believe it or not, there is a lot more that can go into a sound system than a headunit, speakers, subwoofer and amplifier. One such piece is a crossover. A crossover’s basic function is to take a single signal and split it up into multiple signals of specific frequency bands, low range, mid-range and high range ...

Equalizer Buying Guide

Equalizer Buying Guide

  Buying an Equalizer   What Does an Equalizer Do? If you have ever wanted to have more precise control over the sound in your vehicle’s sound system, you might want to think about investing in an equalizer. The basic definition of an equalizer is that is allows you to fine tune the sound in your car ...

Difference Between Graphic and Parametric Equalizers

Equalizers have been seen a lot in car audio headunits and home audio setups. They both serve the same function; to adjust and enhance the strength of the frequencies in the signal running through it. Most individuals are familiar with bass and treble controls from stock car stereo systems. These are simple equalizers ...

How to Install a Car Equalizer

How to Install a Car Equalizer

Required Tools: Screwdrivers (Flat, Phillips) and Screws Wire Stripper Amp Kit (RCA cables, Power/Ground Wires, Terminals, Remote Lead) Wire Crimper Electrical Tape You may need one or more of the following: Drill, Socket Wrench set, Soldering Iron, Wire ties Some equalizers are designed to be ...

Why Add a Car Equalizer?

Why Add a Car Equalizer?

Most original factory stereos use preset equalization curves that are designed to get the most out of your car’s factory speakers. When you add aftermarket speakers, subwoofers, and amplifiers to your system, your OEM stereo’s equalizer preset curves do not adjust. This results in underperformance. This is why you ...