Monday, October 12, 2009
Why An Aftermarket Car Audio System Is The Way To Go
The car comes with an audio system installed at the factory, right? They sound great, right? Wait and see and hear a configuration after the sale. There are several reasons why an aftermarket car audio system factory installed systems will beat every day. Aftermarket car audio product ... * It offers much higher performance. * You get more options. * They are made by companies that have a reputation in car audio. * There are things that are not otherwise possible in an audio system, but as aftermarket options. * You can choose products that suit their personal tastes. * You may obtain the products that cost much less than comparable car dealer for options. * You may obtain the products that are made by specialist producers. * You may obtain the products that are much more reliable and functional is the sum of the benefits of car audio systems aftermarket OE (Original Equipment) products. to press the points of origin, we used CD changer and car radio as examples ... Aftermarket CD changer, when combined with a CD changer interface, offer a superior alternative, but less expensive than a car dealer supplied CD changer. This is because you can pay on average $ 550 to $ 800 a car dealer a CD changer that is not exactly built using the most reliable and component manufacturers. This is mainly due to large profit margins for car dealers who choose to work. Aftermarket CD changers are much more reliable, more functional and give a better overall performance. The most important benefit is that ultimately produce better sound. Aftermarket CD changers also play CD-R and CD-RW discs burned whereas the distributor supplied CD changer, in most cases, play CD-R (but not guarantee it), but can not play CD / RW. Factory-fitted radios (standard fit radios) in the past had relatively low power outputs of about 3 to 5 watts RMS. However, the last factory installed radios have greatly improved with the power to 100 watts. These figures represent 25 Watts, "peak" of power per channel x 4 (this is essentially x 4 speakers). This actually translates to about 10 watts RMS x 4 channels, when used over a period of time (solid). Compare this with the aftermarket radio (radio products for retail sale) as the best brands Alpine, Kenwood, Panasonic and Sony, where basic models start with a power of 45 watts x 4. Why is a higher power output better? additional power will be a more refined sound. The speakers are even better protected. This is because it is easier to damage speakers underpowering it. Sound strange? Here's why ... When you turn on your amplifier, which sends sine waves to the speakers. This is lovely and is so if your amp has the ability to easily feed pump you expect from him. However, when the demand for more volume of a relatively less powerful amplifier, please send a square wave instead of sine waves. Speakers find these square waves is very difficult to manage. The result ... The speakers get toasted. Adding an aftermarket radio that give you the advantage of having a removable security area to carry with you when you leave the car. Of course, all new radios come with a hard case to store your removable fascia. If you add a CD or CD/MP3 changer parts, there will be no visible sign of a switch is added to the risk of theft remain very low. The benefits of aftermarket radio do not stop there. You will also experience a better FM reception, better design and looks. Add to that the options to expand your system if you want to integrate other devices such as CD, MP3 or MD changers and amplifiers, etc. Up Top with the savings you make the purchase of add-on to the computer and see 'greatly increase performance . So you see ... Aftermarket is the way forward.