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Creating an amazing car audio experience doesn't have to be overly complicated![/caption]
Getting the best sound in your car is a tough job, but it's not as hard as installing a used engine or trying to re-align the alignment with no experience. In fact, getting the best possible tunes out of your car stereo is often a simple matter of making small but meaningful adjustments.
Put in a Good System, With Aftermarket Speakers
The first thing a dedicated audiophile needs to do is remove the cheap sound system that came with a car and put in something with more power and a smoother sound. A sound system is a lot like a tattoo; you get what you pay for. If you're serious about good sound you don't necessarily need the most expensive system out there, but do your homework and make sure that other users are pleased with the performance a given model has delivered.
Use Sound Deadening Material
Doors are, it turns out, terrible places to put speakers. All the noise from the road, the roaring of the engine, and the vibration can screw up the sound. Putting sound dampening material around a speaker can help shut out the outside world and let the music flow much more clearly. As with the speaker, don't skimp on the material; if you buy cheap stuff, it won't keep out as much white noise.
Add an Amplifier, and a Well Built Sub Box
Most car speakers that mean business have a subwoofer, but if the box isn't keeping out air flow that can be a serious problem. Make sure that the sub has as close to an air tight box as possible, otherwise there can be interference that leeches out your sound quality. Additionally, don't be afraid to add an amplifier into the mix. While it might not seem really necessary at first glance, there's a huge difference between the sound one hears without an amp, and the sound one hears with an amp.
Don't Let Your iPod Go From Digital to Analog
Most music lovers keep an iPod or similar device on hand to plug into their stereo. What you might not know is that there's a digital-to-analog converter that changes the binary information into music signals. This isn't really that much of an issue when you have headphones on, but it can leave the music in your car sounding off kilter and low quality. So use a USB plug if you can, and try to avoid this conversion process altogether. The end result will be a stronger, bolder sound with practically no additional cost or effort on your part.
When you need a new engine to go with your amazing car stereo, call us here at Southwest Engines for a quality used motor.
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[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Black trucks, like this Ford Super Duty truck, make some pretty big statements about the driver[/caption]
One of the biggest reasons that men drive big, flashy cars is because they feel it impresses women. However, according to a survey recently taken of over 2,000 drivers, the sports car might be the wrong ride for those looking to impress a potential date. According to what the survey found, women are much more likely to prefer men in a black truck.
Men who drive black trucks, whether they're brand new and sleek, or they look like a beater with an engine for sale, tend to be more appealing overall. According to the survey, participants found people who drive a dark truck to be the most attractive option for a ride, with black trucks agreed upon as the most desirable color, which is a number not to be trifled with. Sports cars came in at barely 27%, which might be surprising for those who thought the need for speed was going to tip the scales in their favor.
Trucks, particularly black trucks, make some pretty big statements about the driver. Dark colors are attractive in general, but black has an attitude that's been used by bad guys in films for years. It's bad, and it gives off a vibe of confidence that can earn some serious notice. Not only that, but a truck also has the attitude of being tough, hard-working, and being a vehicle that can last through anything. That makes a statement about the person driving it, and it projects qualities people happen to find engaging.
Read more here: http://autos.aol.com/article/survey-determines-women-prefer-men-in-black-pickup-trucks/
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