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Subwoofers are a type of Driver, designed to deliver the low notes. "Bass as we call it" The part of the music that causes you to feel the pulsating, vibrating beat that the artist designed into the music. We've classified our Subwoofers based on the Power Rating -- (i.e. Power Band). Different diameter woofers within the same motor series handle the same amount of power. The size you choose depends on 1) The space you have available. 2) How much power your system can supply 3) Most importantly, your budget. Each Power Band will get LOUD as long as it has the right enclosure, proper power, and the right wiring. The higher Power Bands are built to withstand the rigors of more power, which can be less forgiving in the wrong type of system setup (i.e. Wrong sized enclosure, not enough port area, tuning too high or low). A bigger motor doesn't always mean you will get better performance.  You have to think about the system design as a whole. For help with wiring your woofers click here.

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Mids and Highs -- these two differnt types of drivers handle the upper portion of the frequency range. Their official names are mid-range drivers and tweeters. Mids are a very big part of doing an after-market install and they are usually the quickest HOOK UP project you can do. Most often it just involves changing out the existing door speakers that your car came with. A straight swap.  Some mids are classified as mid-bass drivers because they can go a bit lower into the upper ranges of what a subwoofer can do. Tweeters are just that, the highs - think that crystal glass breaking type of shriek. Actually highs start much lower on the frequency curve. There is a driver called a Co-Axial. This beautiful product takes a mid-driver and mounts a tweeter to it.

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An amplifier is an electronic device that can increase the power of a signal (CD player, auxiliary connection, or radio). An amplifier uses electric power from a power supply to increase the amplitude of the signal. The amount of amplification provided by an amplifier is measured by its gain: the ratio of output to input.


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Just like when you want to connect your Game Console to your Flat screen, you are going to need some cables to connect your car audio system. And there's some other items you'll need as well. We've got your Hook UP.

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Recone Kits

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Recone kits are available for purchase online. The Kits come with a spider/voice coil assembly, cone with attached surround, and dustcap. They are fairly simple to install allowing you to build your once blown woofer back to good as new status. If you have any questions please give us a shout. 405-600-1936

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