Dodge Challenger Needing Bass
Owners brought a nice 2016 Dodge Challenger needing bass to Audio Express in Tucson looking for some serious bass without disturbing the factory stereo in the dash. This was clearly a time for the AudioControl LC2i, a 2-channel line output converter with AccuBASS and subwoofer control. The LC2i is a compact box that works magic with the signal coming from any radio. It takes speaker-level input and converts it to high-quality pre-amp output to get the best results from amplifiers. The end product is custom-quality sound while the owner keeps the use of his factory volume and steering wheel controls. With a clean audio signal available, the next step was to install a Kicker 43CXA12001 mono amplifier. This beauty of a Class D mono amplifier delivers 1200 watts and features the KickEQ Boost, adding up to 12dB of extra bass bump. It also has an active low-pass crossover and subsonic filter that lets the owner get the most from the system. A Kicker 43CXARC Remote Bass knob gives the owner absolute control from the driver’s seat. The subwoofer package is the Kicker 43DCWR122, a matched pair of 12-inch subs in a Kicker-designed box. The response from those big woofers is enhanced by a front-facing tuned port that puts the sound right where you want it. The result is excited customers who love the addition to their ride. This 2016 Dodge Challenger needing bass was done at Audio Express, 4501 E. Broadway, Tucson, AZ.