Amplifier, speakers, audio stereo car amplifier, automobile best audio systems and surround sound

November 17, 2016 by  
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An amplifier: An amplifier is an electronic device that increases the voltage, current, or power of a signal. Amplifiers are used in wireless communications and broadcasting, and in audio equipment of all kinds. They can be categorized as either weak-signal amplifiers or power amplifiers.
Weak-signal amplifiers are used primarily in wireless receivers. They are also employed in acoustic pickups, audio tape players, and compact disc players. A weak-signal amplifier is designed to deal with exceedingly small input signals, in some cases measuring only a few nanovolts (units of 10-9 volt). Such amplifiers must generate minimal internal noise while increasing the signal voltage by a large factor. The most effective device for this application is the field-effect transistor. The specification that denotes the effectiveness of a weak-signal amplifier is sensitivity, defined as the number of microvolts (units of 10-6 volt) of signal input that produce a certain ratio of signal output to noise output (usually 10 to 1).
Power amplifiers are used in wireless transmitters, broadcast transmitters, and hi-fi audio equipment. The most frequently-used device for power amplification is the bipolar transistor. However, vacuum tubes, once considered obsolete, are becoming increasingly popular, especially among musicians. Many professional musicians believe that the vacuum tube (known as a “valve” in England) provides superior fidelity.
Two important considerations in power amplification are power output and efficiency. Power output is measured in watts or kilowatts. Efficiency is the ratio of signal power output to total power input (wattage demanded of the power supply or battery). This value is always less than 1. It is typically expressed as a percentage. In audio applications, power amplifiers are 30 to 50 percent efficient. In wireless communications and broadcasting transmitters, efficiency ranges from about 50 to 70 percent. In hi-fi audio power amplifiers,distortion is also an important factor. This is a measure of the extent to which the output waveform is a faithful replication of the input waveform. The lower the distortion, in general, the better the fidelity of the output sound.

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Get better sound and imaging! In this video I show you the basics to installing component speakers and things you should consider when doing the job.

There are several ways to installing component speakers and location to where the cross overs go. This video is showing the easiest way for this particular vehicle because it already has factory locations for the tweeters.

Vehicle: 2008 Chevrolet Silverado

Product: MTX Component Speakers

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Car Amplifier Repair

September 7, 2016 by  
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Car Amplifier Repair

This is a Do it yourself Car Amplifier Repair, I will be replacing FETs
And just so that you guys understand every amp is different

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In this video I go over the basics to installing an amp and sub into your vehicle using a hi-low / line level converter to get signal off a stock sound system.

Products used:
MTX Thunder Subs, Alpine M500 Amplifier, ReQ line level converter and Stinger wiring

Music by: Kevin Macleod and EFREEZEE

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How to Tune a Car Amplifier | Car Audio

August 24, 2016 by  
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Car amplifiers have a lot of switches and dials on the side. And a lot of the time when we see do-it-yourself installations, we see all these dials and knobs turned all the way up. This is not the proper way to tune a car amplifier. The proper way, is to first turn the gain down, turn all of the filters to off. Then, turn up the car stereo ’til it starts distorting, then back it down a little bit. Then, turn on your high pass filter, adjust it, and then go back and repeat the process. This seems to work for me, gives clear sound, makes sure the gain’s at the proper level. If you turn the gain to the wrong level, you can introduce all sorts of noise to your car stereo system. We have people who come in and they step on the gas pedal and there’s a whirring sound out of their engine from the speaker. That usually happens when either the amplifier is not grounded properly or when the gain is just turned up way too high. Now the way you adjust the amplifier is gonna vary depending on what type of amplifier you’re using, what type of speakers you’re using and what type of stereo you’re connecting it to. But generally, if you use that same method, you’re gonna achieve good sound in the end. Depending on your combination of amplifiers and head units, tuning the amplifier is gonna be slightly different. Some stereos you’re gonna have to turn the gain up a lot. Some stereos you’re not gonna have to turn the gain up more. Remember that more gain doesn’t necessarily mean more volume.
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In this video I go over the essentials when installing a 5 channel amplifier.

Music by: Kevin Macleod

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How Do You Bridge a 2 Channel Amplifier? | Car Audio Q & A

June 8, 2016 by  
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Watch Brendan answer two questions about 2 channel car amplifiers. First, he explains how to bridge a two channel amplifier and then he explains why you cannot power four speakers off of a two channel amp.

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How to install a car amplifier

January 7, 2016 by  
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learn how to install a amplifier in your car or truck with this detailed video. we will go over everything like panel removal,running the power cable, running rca’s ,connecting the ground cable and much more.

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In this video I go over the basics to doing a proper ground for your amplifier. A proper ground ensures optimal amplifier performance as well as maximizing the life of the amplifier. Here you’ll learn on what kinds of tools, parts and material to use to make a ground connection that will last the lifetime of the vehicle.

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