| Purchasing vehicle
speakers should be second on your list after choosing your in-dash system.
There are two options you should consider when purchasing the car speakers:
Sensitivity: Sensitivity measures the amount of how much sound is
produced when the speakers receive a signal. If an amplifier does not deliver
a lot of power to your speakers. We advise selecting speakers with high-sensitivity
rating. For this reason, the speaker will use power more effectively.
Power handling: Indicates how much power the vehicle speakers
accept. Once you know the power, you are able to choose the correct speakers.
There are two types of car speakers:
- Full-range speakers: These speakers represent full range of
music, from low-end bass to high-range treble. It consists of a woofer
for reproducing low frequency sound. As well as a tweeter for reproducing
mid to high frequency sound. Full-range speakers are great for replacing
factory-installed speakers for the least amount of work. They are built
- in, a variety of sizes and mount easily into factory locations.
- Component car speakers: These speakers produce excellent sound
quality within a certain range. They include separate woofers, tweeters,
and external crossovers. Crossovers are high -pass and low-pass filters.
They are all designed to work together. The tweeter can be mounted in
a location where it provides the best imaging. The music will sound
more realistic and have greater depth.
Abt has a vehicle fit guide that will let you know which speakers will
best fit your car. Click
here to view our fit guide.
Here are a few of the brands that Abt carries in mobile speakers:
Sony, Alpine, Kenwood, JL Audio, and Pioneer.
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