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Thursday, May 17, 2012

Noiseless Pirelli Tires

There is no doubt to the fact that tires are the ones which determine the life of a vehicle. Even if your vehicle is equipped with the high standard devices available, inferior quality tires would make your journey a task to be completed than a ride to be enjoyed. And noiseless tires come as the result of the efforts to make driving a real joy.

Tips to keep in mind while selecting car tires

Experience shows that the manufacturing of tires are constantly witnessing great innovations. And it is going to great heights day by day. At present, a car enthusiast is presented with a myriad of options irrespective of the specifications the owner has in mind about his dream car. If you are someone who travels frequently on quieter roads, noiseless tires are the ideal options worth considering.

The extent of noise depends on the design of treads and it varies from brand to brand. It would be ideal if you take your car to an expert salesperson to make sure that an informed decision is taken in the matter. A professional in the matter would be able to advise you on brands with less noise which does not compromise with the other essential features of a good tire.

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Saturday, January 22, 2011

How to Suppress Noise In Your Car

Lets face it, just because you want to listen to the Spice Girls (and we know you do) does not mean that everyone on your block wants to hear it. That is why it's important to know how to suppress noise when in your car. There are a few different ways to do this. Many people say, “well it's my system, and if I want to blast the crap out of it, then it's my given right to.” However, it's not your right anymore. Cops are starting to give tickets in America for blasting our systems. They are calling it disturbing the peace, and I guess it's easy to see where they are getting that from.

Kenwood Car Audio

First, we are going to start off with something that you should already know. If you want to suppress noise in your car, then do not turn it up so loud. It's that simple people. Although the whole reason why you got that car audio system may have been to scare your parents, it does not mean that you should wake them up, as well as everyone else in your block, at 2:00 in the morning. So if you do not want to get in trouble for your music, the best thing to do is to turn it down when you get around homes. Of course, even then, sometimes you forget, and that is why there are some things that can help you suppress noise in your car. First, is an automatic volume button. Whenever we are riding down the road we tend to turn the radio up loud so we can hear it over the air passing by the car. However, as we slow down, we forget to turn down the music and others can hear it. An automatic volume button turns down the music as soon as you slow down in speed.

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Monday, January 03, 2011

Tune Your Speakers For Maximum Productivity

Purchasing car speakers may be an important decision to make but later the tuning of those speakers is also very important. If the settings of the newly installed car speakers are not up to its best then you may be missing out on all the best output of your speakers. Once you have chosen either a component system or a full-range system then make sure you tune up its setting with the help of a professional or yourself by following the guide book. As car speakers are bought for maximum sound output but setting it wrong whether it is the location of the speakers or the settings, it can lower the productivity.

Pioneer TS-A6871R 3-Way Speakers

You have the brand new car speakers with you and now its time to install and tune them. A smart choice of settings can maximize the output of sound from your car speakers. You can make each penny worth it by tuning your speakers by following the guidebook you get along with the brand new set or by asking the help of professional car speaker’s installers. For basic tuning that can affect your sound output are as follows:

Pioneer TS-G4642R 2-Way Speakers

The selection of component speakers will pay off at this stage when it comes to tuning the car speakers. As component speakers come with separate tweeters, crossovers and woofers the location to set them up is mobile which allows you to experiment different locations and to pick which is the best place for each one of them. The tweeters are the major equipment in the car speakers that can allow maximum and good quality sound output. As they are free from other components therefore test which position is the best for them before installing them. The time spent will be worth it if you find the perfect location and setting for these tweeters that will give an output of realistic productivity.

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Car Amplifier Installation Tips

First of all, we are going to start off by stating the facts first. If you do not know how to install a normal car speaker, or you have never done it before, then you might as well get someone else to install your amplifier. It's as simple as that. Although they are not to hard to do, it's going to be a lot harder than just installing a speaker. With that being said, we can go on and start talking about some of the tips to get your amplifiers up and running in no time. So get ready and tie your shirt up, because it's going to be a bumpy ride if you do not know what you are doing.

Pioneer GM-6300F 4-Channel Amplifier

First things first, be sure you read the instructions that come with your amplifier. Be sure you know what is hooking up to what. Here is your first tip: know where you are going to install the AMP before you get started. Do not start mounting your AMP anywhere until you know for sure that is where you want it. You need to make sure that your cords are going to all reach and that everything is going to hook up nicely. After that, you will be able to start installing your amplifier. Also, keep in mind that your amplifier is going to have to hook up to your battery. Unless you want that cord to just run right from the battery to the amplifier, you are going to have to make sure you have extra cord so that you can tuck it away somewhere. This way you will not see the cord as it runs through the body of your car. Whenever you are installing an amplifier, remember that there is nothing good or bad, but thinking can make it so.

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