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4 Collision Avoidance Systems That Make You a Safer Driver

  • Posted by agency-it
  • On November 21, 2017
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  • Autio Express, backup camera, blind spot camera, collision avoidance systems, parking camera
It’s getting easier to avoid collisions all the time as cars evolve, and the auto industry has never been more focused on safety than it is today. While modern cars are coming with features designed to help the driver steer clear of collisions, there are also options available to make your current vehicle safer to drive. There are four essential products that we’d recommend installing on every vehicle to decrease the risk of accidents. Backup Cameras A shocking amount of all accidents happen while backing up. This is partially because drivers aren’t used to operating a car in reverse, but primarily due to limited visibility. Installing backup cameras to your vehicle greatly reduces the risk that you will hit something while in reverse. The cameras on the rear of the vehicle feed to a screen in the front of the car, giving you a close look at what’s behind the car. Because the cameras are well below the rear window, they enable the driver to notice things that there would otherwise be no chance of seeing. In some cases, you can even get the monitor to be a part of your rearview mirror. This option gives drivers the ability to check their mirror and see the feed from the backup camera at the same time. Dash Cameras While backup cameras are primarily to reduce collisions, dash cameras can come in handy if a crash does unfortunately occur. A dash cam can save a driver a lot of money on insurance claims, or in severe cases can help the driver in court. Modern dash cams film with enough frames per second to create a smooth, high-quality video. Some dash cams will also record other information. They can use GPS to determine speed, location, and even the direction in which the car is traveling. In the event of an accident, some dash cameras will automatically detect the incident, and mark that portion of the video for easy viewing. Parking Assistance Sensors Parking assist sensors fulfill much of the same role as backup cameras. While they are not quite as capable, because they don’t provide a visual to the driver, they are also less expensive. These sensors communicate with the driver using beeps and an LED display to represent how much space the car has between the bumper and the nearest objects. This helps the driver gauge distance when backing up, and detect objects or people that are hidden from view behind the car. Blind Spot Camera The rear of a vehicle is not a car’s only location with limited visibility. There are nearly constant accidents caused because a driver can’t see everything to the side of the vehicle when switching lanes. Blind spot cameras can be mounted to the side mirrors to dramatically increase visibility and safety in these situations. The camera will automatically activate when a turn signal is turned on, and give the driver a great look at an otherwise hard to see an area. Collision Avoidance Products at Audio Express Contact us if you have any more specific questions about how to add collision avoidance technology to your car. We will respond quickly to give you expert advice on how to properly equip your vehicle. If you’d rather talk to us in person, find a store near you and see us today. Best of all, we’ll make sure everything is done perfectly while saving you a lot of money. When you buy parts from us, you get our cheap professional installation. We have tremendous specials and offer to finance with no credit approval needed.
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Audio Express remote start system installation

Your Guide to Remote Start Systems

  • Posted by agency-it
  • On November 17, 2017
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As technology improves over the course of time, automotive manufacturers race to stay on the cutting edge. While some advances are focused on performance and aesthetics, other improvements in the automotive world are designed to create a more luxurious experience for drivers. One of the most attainable and luxurious additions to any vehicle is a remote start button. How Remote Starters Work A remote start system enables a driver to fire up the vehicle with the push of a button – without even getting inside. A remote, similar to a keyless locking transmitter, is linked to a device that is installed in the vehicle. The device connects to the starting mechanism in the car. When it receives a signal from the remote, it activates the starter, and the engine turns on. Types of Transmitters The type of transmitter used to remotely start a vehicle depends on a lot on whether or not the car already has a remote for locking and unlocking the doors. Buttons cannot be added to a remote, but the remote may be modified to start a car or truck by pressing a combination of existing buttons on the transmitter. There is no need to do it this way, but some users prefer not to include an additional transmitter in their pocket, which they have to do if they select a single-button transmitter. The best option for a lot of drivers is to go with a three-button transmitter. This way, one button can be used for remote starting, and the other two buttons can be programmed to lock and unlock the car doors. Also, remote start transmitters typically have better range than any transmitters that are included with the purchase of a vehicle. This makes life easier when the driver wants to start a vehicle from a considerable distance. Why Professional Installs are Important Because the option to remotely start has to integrate with the vehicle’s ignition function, the installation process is extremely important. A botched installation might render a vehicle completely useless and require expensive repairs before the car will work again. Modern cars include security measures that make the starter difficult to tamper with. These same security features can make it hard to install a remote starting technology. Installing a Remote Start Almost every vehicle made since 2000 requires a computer chip to start. This must be considered when installing remote starting capability. In the case of cars with keyless ignition, data modules and other complicated mechanical instruments will come into play. Beyond that, some vehicles will shut off the engine if the doors are open to prevent theft. Other security measures might make it impossible to start the car if the car’s bonnet is open or shut the engine off if it is running idle for too long. All of this makes it extremely difficult for anyone but an expert mechanic to install remote start ability in a car. Fortunately for our customers, Audio Express employs only the highest caliber of mechanics, all of whom are capable of a flawless remote start installation. Buying a Remote Starter for your Vehicle at Audio Express The cost of remote starter options is getting more and more affordable as technology improves. On top of that, Audio Express has great specials on remote start systems and is the home of the $1 install. If you’re still on the fence, find a store near you and talk to us about our financing options. We offer Progressive financing loans with no credit needed. All of these options combine to make remote start technology more attainable than ever. Get yours today!
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Installing a Remote Starter like a Pro – By Leaving it to the Pros!

  • Posted by agency-it
  • On October 24, 2017
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  • Audion Express, installation, professional, quality, remote start
Installing a remote car starter is an achievable task… for those with professional experience with car electronics and maintenance. It takes in-depth knowledge of the wiring system particular to your vehicle and it’s crucial to ensure everything is properly connected. Many DIY sites claim things like “How to Install a Remote Start with Simple Steps,” but just reference the wiring diagram and expect you to follow that. In truth, the instructions that come with the system for how to install a remote starter can be very complicated. Then you’re left to determine the necessary tools for remote start installation. Starting to see where this can easily go wrong, very quickly? When installing DIY-style, an extra piece or bad wiring can cost you later in repairs and is just not worth the headache. Let’s take a look at some of the essential steps of the installation and how complicated they can be. Basic Steps of Remote Start Installation: Remove the lower dash under the steering wheel The remote starter needs to be connected to multiple wires Test each wire relevant to the installation Attach the ground wire to the chassis of the vehicle Attach it to the starter to start the circuit Connect the ignition output from the remote starter to the car’s ignition wire under the steering wheel Locate the starter wire and test it with a multimeter Connect other components as applicable to the specific remote starter Connect the tachometer wire to the sensor Wrap up by connecting keyless entry, anti-theft and other optional components Reconnect the car battery and test the system to make sure all components work The Safest Installation Practice – Let the Professional Installers Handle It! As you’ve surely gathered from reading through the steps above, just the wiring alone can go wrong in multiple ways. So why go through all that hassle by yourself and, possibly, still not get it right? Audio Express has trained professionals with vast experience in remote start installation. After countless remote starters installed, our service is unparalleled, and we get the job done right the first time and every time. Please contact us for more information.
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Car audio speaker components at Audio Express

Why Components Are Better – A Guide to Component Upgrades

  • Posted by agency-it
  • On October 23, 2017
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  • amp, amplifier, Audio Express, car audio, components, speakers, subwoofer
Even most premium vehicles don’t come with a fine-tuned sound system. Neglecting the audio components is an easy way for manufacturers to increase their profit because most people don’t think about audio when purchasing a new vehicle. You’ll find that upgrading your car audio components is one of the best ways to increase your satisfaction with a new ride. Any time you buy a new car, you can sit in your driveway to listen to a few songs and see what specifically will be a priority for upgrading. Once you get a feel for the current system, it’s time to consider budget and set a plan of attack. Then find a local source for professional installation and get down to business. Replacing the Head Unit This is the brains of the operation and a logical place to start. A better receiver sends a stronger signal to the speakers, which makes them sound better. In addition, different head units offer different capabilities when it comes to accepting inputs for data. Do you want to listen to your iPod in the car? How about CDs, HD Radio or XM? It’s important to consider things like USB ports and Bluetooth capability at this stage. Replacing Speakers It doesn’t matter how good your receiver is if the speakers are low-quality. Factory speakers are often made out of treated paper and glue. This makes them easy to blow out and reduces clarity. Upgrading car speakers to materials of a higher quality gives you better durability and sound. Pump up the Bass Bass is becoming more prevalent in some genres of music. Even if you aren’t a fan of bass-heavy tunes, increasing bass quality can make the beat of your music healthier. Adding a subwoofer will add a richer texture to your sound. Crank the Power An amplifier is key when it comes to volume, especially if you still have the factory head unit. Amplifiers send a stronger, clearer signal to the speakers and other components so you can increase volume without distorting the sound. After picking out a subwoofer, you should consider compatibility to pick the best car amplifier. Executing the Plan Once you know what kind of components you want to work with, it’s important to find an authorized dealer to purchase them. At Audio Express, we are authorized dealers for every brand we carry. Better yet, we have a full staff of professionals who are trained in the art of how to install component speakers. Find an Audio Express near you to shop authorized parts and get your components professionally installed.
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Retro stereo upgrades at Audio Express

Going Retro? Mini Guide to Classic Car Audio Upgrades

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  • On October 16, 2017
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  • amplifier, Audio Express, bluetooth, old school, period-correct, restoration, retro, speakers, stereo upgrades, subwoofer, vintage
If you’re driving a classic car, you want to keep the retro look. That doesn’t mean you’re stuck with outdated factory audio equipment. For a classic car radio upgrade, you need audio components to give a crisp, clean, booming sound without sacrificing aesthetics. Here are some easy steps for a high-tech car audio upgrade to an older specialty vehicle. Upgrade from The Manufacturer’s In-Dash Radio The style of a traditional ride may never be duplicated, but technology has advanced by leaps and bounds. Get the best of both worlds with RetroSound radio receivers. New receivers get more power to the speakers, making sounds crisper and cleaner from whisper to roar. Upgrading tech also means not being relegated to just FM radio. Replace The Speakers Common dynamic speaker cones are fashioned out of paper and glue, and this practice is decades old. It’s inexpensive to upgrade car stereo sound into modern times by getting better speakers for as little as $30. Higher-quality materials mean better sound for a longer time. Speakers improve experience without altering the look. Use an Amplifier to Crank Up The Power Once you modernize your speakers, feed them with an amplifier. Amplifiers raise a speaker’s ability to turn up the volume without distorting the sound. This addition makes speaker quality all the more important, as factory speakers are easy to blow out. Boost Bass with a Subwoofer Whether or not the music is centered around the bass, a subwoofer will add another layer of texture to bring music to the next level. This is a must-have addition when it comes to feeling the beat, both literally and figuratively. Compatibility between the subwoofer and the amplifier is crucial. Convert to a Bluetooth Receiver for More Music Options. Bluetooth adds a ton of options when it comes to streaming and playing music in the car, but the perks don’t end there. As hands-free calling becomes more of a necessity, it gets harder to ignore the benefits offered by a Bluetooth receiver. When it comes to Bluetooth capability for a classic car radio upgrade, RetroSound is once again the go-to brand. Their products marry a look from the past with a futuristic performance. Let The Professionals Handle The Installation The best thing about an audio system upgrade is that it can happen at any pace and can be built up in any number of various ways. A complete upgrade is best handled by the car audio superstore that guarantees the lowest price of any authorized dealer in the USA: Audio Express. At Audio Express, our certified professionals are prepared to craft a customized plan for any classic car audio upgrade. In business since 1974, we appreciate the value of old-school cool.
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UTV Sound Sytems at Audio Express

What You Need to Know about UTVs and Sound Systems for Them

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  • On October 12, 2017
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  • Audio Express, bad boy off-road, off-road, offroad, polaris, side-by-side, sound system, utv, yamaha
What’s the best type of vehicle to use when hunting? Mudding? Off-roading? For many active outdoor enthusiasts, the answer to all three increasingly is a utility task vehicle (UTV). All-terrain vehicles (ATVs) are typically meant for a single rider, which gives them an advantage when it comes to getting through narrow places on a trail, but that’s about where their advantages end. Because they are so small, they are less balanced. They also make for a less-comfortable ride and have a limited ability to haul anything. That means for hunting, hauling, or hitting the trail with a friend or two, you’re ready for a UTV. The increased room for riders and gear makes them a perfect option for a day of work or play. When you add a great sound system, that makes your day of work or play that much more fun! Let’s take a look at some UTV options as well as some great sound systems for them. Three UTV Options Yamaha Wolverine Standard: This is a value UTV. It starts at only $10,999, which makes it hard to find a better deal anywhere else, especially for a brand like Yamaha.  Bad Boy Off-Road Stampede 900 EPS: Bad Boy offers a lot of unique features with this model, such as gun boots, bow holders and an extended cab. They even put a two-year warranty on it. It starts at $14,449. Polaris General 1000 EPS Deluxe: Polaris offers an all-wheel drive system that allows this vehicle to go just about anywhere, and the towing capacity is premium. It starts at $15,999.  Now it’s Time to Upgrade the Sound in Your UTV No matter which model of UTV you purchase, it’s time to think about a sound system for it, just like you would with your car. Great audio is important when it comes to the needed bass and sound quality to help fuel your adrenaline on your adventures. Whether you have a Polaris or another UTV, Kicker’s UTV audio package is an excellent choice. Audio Express’ selection of UTV related speakers, amps, and subwoofers allow you to bring your music with you through virtually any terrain. With a compact design that doesn’t sacrifice sound or performance, you can fit them in your ride while they counter extreme vibration and handle extreme power. For example, Kicker’s CompRT Subwoofer, can handle those rough and rugged rides in the elements and still deliver big bass sound. Where to Buy Audio Equipment for Your UTV You can find Kicker products, as well as those of other great brands, at Audio Express online. Better yet, come see us in person today. Our certified professionals will help you create your perfect plan for adding top-of-the-line audio to your UTV. We’ve got other great accessory options for UTVs too, including LED light bars and cubes to give you better vision for night riding. We can even add rear-view and side-view cameras for better riding and rock crawling. Please contact us for more information.
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Mini Guide to LED Lightbars and Headlights – Creating a Safer Driving Experience

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  • On October 11, 2017
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  • Audio Express, bright, diode, headlights, LED, light, lightbar, lights, off-rad, offroad, truck
Automotive audio companies specialize in adding technology to your vehicle, so it may come as no surprise that we at Audio Express can add other features to your car as well. After reading tips for safe driving, our customers often approach us about LED car headlights, LED driving lights or adding an LED light bar. Benefits of LED Lighting LED lighting is an attractive option because it is safer, less expensive and more reliable than traditional bulbs. Without the filaments and other harmful components of traditional bulbs, LED lights can last longer without malfunctioning, and they don’t emit any potentially harmful chemicals. Their boosted efficiency means they can create more light while generating less heat. This is better for the environment and wastes less energy from the car. The performance of the new lighting technology is unparalleled. While old-fashioned bulbs can only cast beams straight forward, LED lights may provide any number of various patterns. The luminosity is brighter and more penetrating, allowing drivers to see further and increasing visibility in poor conditions. The more brilliant light pierces rain and snow. LED Car Headlights The stock headlights in your vehicle can be converted to LED lights at very little cost. The small cost of conversion is recuperated in no time because LED lights are so much less likely to malfunction and need replacement. Because these replace the manufacturer’s headlights, there are really no added parts to maintain on the vehicle. LED Light Bar There are two primary kinds of light patterns to select when choosing a bar: spot or flood. Spot lighting is perfect for illuminating a road far into the distance. Flood lighting is great for an off-road LED light bar. Flood pattern light bars light up a wide field of view, allowing vision on all sides. It is possible to find light bars that offer both spot and flood lighting, and there are even curved models. All of these come with the advantages of LED lighting over traditional bulbs. LED Driving Lights Driving lights are an ideal solution for some customers. These round clusters of LED lights can be clamped onto the exterior of a vehicle, making for a minimally invasive installation. The effect is that of affixing a spotlight to your ride for a more penetrating glow. Audio Express There is no doubt that LED lights are a large technological step forward. Despite being more functional than old bulbs, they are also more cost-effective. They use less energy, last longer and, most importantly, they create a safer driving experience. There are many options for upgrading your vehicle to LED lighting. Talk to a certified technician at Audio Express to find the right one for you.
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Authorized Dealers vs. Unauthorized Dealers – What You Need to Know About Where to Buy

Authorized Dealers vs. Unauthorized Dealers – What You Need to Know About Where to Buy

  • Posted by agency-it
  • On October 6, 2017
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  • Audio Express, authorized dealer, authorized dealers, customer satisfaction, quality, warranty
The difference between authorized and unauthorized dealers boils down to the authenticity and legality of products. At authorized dealerships, a legal relationship with the manufacturer grants rights to sell a brand. In return for this right, vendors must agree to uphold brand standards. The dealer must be mindful of the manufacturer’s warranty on products, installation and maintenance practices, and quality assurance. Often, unauthorized dealers infringe on the intellectual property rights of the manufacturer. These vendors might disregard the product warranty of the manufacturer, sell defective items or even distribute gray market goods. Such dealers don’t hold themselves accountable to checking serial numbers or verifying the true source of a product. Their quality control doesn’t even ensure the working order of the inventory. Product Warranty When an authorized vendor sells equipment, we guarantee the manufacturer’s warranty. If something goes wrong, the manufacturer itself is beholden to the customer to resolve the problem. Repair or replacement is guaranteed. We have an obligation to the maker as well as the buyer.  An unauthorized vendor has no such commitment to the manufacturer. In many cases, the product in question isn’t even from the manufacturer it appears to be, or the connection cannot be verified. In this case, the customer is left hoping that an unauthorized vendor is going to rectify an issue with an improper product. When the dealer is unresponsive, there is no recourse for the consumer. Quality Insurance Authorized dealerships get their product from the manufacturer directly. We track each sale with the manufacturer. Serial codes are present, and we use them. Unless specifically noted, everything we sell is brand new. Audio equipment from a certified vendor is guaranteed to be what the customer expects and pays for. Unauthorized dealerships can get their products pretty much anywhere except the manufacturer. The products may be stolen. They may have been purchased used for resale. They’re often missing serial numbers and barcodes. They’re not eligible for product warranties or potential rebates from audio companies. Service after the Sale Authorized locations have a knowledgeable staff. Their employees have been educated on the best practices of the manufacturer itself. That means installations go smoothly and are done exactly as the product’s maker intended. Should something ever go wrong, trained technicians are ready to assist with making it right. Other dealers can’t guarantee the authenticity of the product, much less the installation practices. This drastically increases the likelihood of future problems with the equipment and lowers the chance that the problem can be resolved satisfactorily. Conclusion Simply put, when looking for premium audio equipment, a customer’s best interest is with an authorized dealer. At Audio Express, we offer our customers the comfort and security of knowing we are manufacturer-authorized.  
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OEM stereo upgrades at Audio Express

OEM Stereo Integration

  • Posted by agency-it
  • On September 25, 2017
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  • Audio Express, factory, OEM, Original Equipment Manufacturer, sound quality, stereo, upgrades
If you’re interested in improving your car’s sound system but don’t necessarily want the look of an aftermarket system, you should consider the available car audio OEM integration. OEM Integration allows you to keep your car’s original factory stereo while producing much improved sound quality and volume. What Is An OEM Upgrade? Now, you might be asking what exactly OEM integration is, and that’s a fair question. OEM integration is a selection of upgrades for your car stereo that either work with your factory stereo, or replace your factory stereo with an aftermarket stereo. Some aftermarket stereos should have that look very similar to the factory unit, but provides more features and power. Or OEM integration could consist of sound processors that allow for the ability to install a subwoofer, or a JL stealthbox that fits perfectly into your vehicle while using the smallest amount of space possible. OEM Options OEM audio integration allows you to add a subwoofer to your vehicle without losing valuable trunk space. These subwoofers are custom designed to give you the bump and thump you want out of your sound system while fitting into a precise section of your vehicle. With an addition to your system like a Kicker VSS (vehicle specific system) or JL Stealthbox, you can improve your sound without a huge box to hold your subwoofers taking up trunk space. OEM signal processors are a car audio interface adapter that allows you to keep your factory stereo, while providing quality sound signal output to your amplifiers above and beyond what the factory or even aftermarket stereos provide, improving the sound of your speakers, or allowing you to add additional subwoofers to get the best bass out of your system. OEM keyfobs can also control an aftermarket remote start system, allowing you to start your car to heat it up or cool it down, all from your factory key fob. Many of today’s vehicles have the fob built right into the key, so this allows you the convenience of an autostart system without having to carry a second remote. Many of today’s newer vehicles also come with a screen, but no back up camera for safety installed. Adding the factory camera usually require you to upgrade the whole vehicle trim package, potentially costing you thousands of dollars for features you may not want or need, like leather seats or chrome trim. We can add an aftermarket back up cameras to many if not most factory screens in vehicles, with OEM interfaces from leading manufacturers like NavTV, AXXESS, and Echomaster. If you want to upgrade your factory stereo while keeping the factory look, there are a variety of options available. OEM video upgrades like the JVC El Kameleon KWV830BT use the same space as your factory system and appear like a factory unit, but add new technology like Apple Carplay or watching a DVD (which you should only do when your car is parked, by the way). Restyles Also available are “restyles”, from one of the leading manufacturers, Alpine, that replace your factory unit with an updated, vehicle specific, OEM looking system with a large, easy to see and use screen, that includes navigation, Bluetooth music streaming and hands-free calling, and aftermarket iPhone or Android car integration. These restyle options give your vehicle a beautiful, “better than factory” OEM look, while adding additional features to improve upon your car audio experience, all controlled thru a 9” or larger touchscreen. You can add amplifiers or an aftermarket backup camera to assist not only with quality sound but safety in your ride. The hottest Restyles fit perfect in newer Jeep Wranglers, GM trucks like the Silverado or Sierra, best-selling SUV’s like the Yukon and Tahoe, plus other trucks like the Dodge Ram or Toyota Tundra. So stop into one of our convenient Audio Express / Quality Auto Sound locations today to discuss what OEM upgrades are available for your car. If you don’t have time to stop in, feel free to contact us online for more information. And remember: We offer the lowest rates in town for aftermarket radio installation.
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Audio Express Amplifier Buyers Guide

Understanding Amplifiers: A Mini Buyer’s Guide for Amplifiers

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  • On September 11, 2017
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  • amplifier, Audio Express, car audio, power, speakers, subwoofer
If you’re not getting the sound you want out of your speakers, or you’re thinking about adding subwoofers to add some better sound to your system, you should consider adding an amplifier to your system. What an amplifier does An amplifier increases the power of the audio signal that travels from your receiver to your speakers or subwoofers by increasing the wattage output. Car stereo receivers are limited as to the strength of signal they can send to your speakers, typically insufficient power resulting in poor sound. An amplifier takes that signal in, increases its power and then sends the amplified signal to your speakers, resulting in a crisper, cleaner, more powerful sound. Types of amplifiers Amplifiers come in a variety of types. Mono amps have a single channel, meaning they can only increase power to a single type of speaker, usally subwoofers. Mono amplifiers are standard in amp and sub combos, like the Kicker 11HSB Compact Amp and Sub enclosure. For your regular car speakers, a four-channel amplifier will provide power to all of your car’s speakers. A five-channel amplifier will power your car’s four speakers as well as a subwoofer. Power and heat Amplifiers should be installed by a professional for best results. They require a direct connection to your car’s battery for power, and a professional can install the power cable so it is perfectly hidden inside your vehicle. Also, some amplifiers produce an amount of heat and need to be installed in a well ventilated location in your vehicle for best performance and to keep them from shutting off in thermal protection mode. What the ideal amplifier includes The ideal amplifier should have a high enough power output (wattage) to power the speakers or subwoofers you have in your vehicle, without under or overpowering them. A gain control allows you to match the RCA signal voltage coming in from your stereo, and balance it to the output from the amplifier to your speakers. A Gain IS NOT a volume control, and not using it or setting it correctly typically results in blown woofers or severely shortened speaker life. And finally, the ideal amplifier will be small enough to easily fit in your vehicle, while still providing the output you need. Why you should add an amplifier to your car If you are thinking about adding a subwoofer, like this Alpine subwoofer, then you will need an amp because your car stereo does not have the ability to power the subwoofer on its own. Another reason to add a subwoofer is to improve the sound quality out of your current speakers, by allowing the woofer to handle the lower frequencies, letting your full range speakers play without the strain or distortion of trying to reproduce frequencies they are not meant to play. Where Can I Find Quality Audio Components? So stop by one of our convenient Audio Express and Quality Auto Sound locations and talk to one of our trained car audio professionals about which car amplifier is best for you. If you have more questions about amplifiers, feel free to contact us online. And remember, we offer the lowest rates available for professional installation. 
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