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Tag: Volume

Calculating Box Volume

Calculating box volume requires simple math and knowing generally what you want from your system. You’ll need a tape measure, a pencil and paper, and a calculator. If you’re designing...

Calculating Port Size

Use simple formulas to calculate your enclosure port size. The Formula for Port AreaPort area in square inches = volume in cubic ft x 16For example, 3.4...
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The Big Three Wiring Upgrade

To think about it like water pressure: If your wiring is a straw that allows for 100 PSI, and your car uses 90-95 PSI, there isn’t much pressure left in the straw for your amp. This will result in poor performance, amplifiers illuminating the dreaded red light, and headlight dimming.

What is a Class AB Amplifier?

It helps to know what A and B classes are to appreciate why AB is important for car audio. The distinguishing factors of an amplifier category include linearity, efficiency, and power output.

Lance and Krystal Clark’s ‘Zippy’

Lance and Krystal's system was designed around the idea of using an entry-level product line to show everyday consumers and novice car audio enthusiasts that you don't have to break the bank to go to shows, win, and have fun doing it.