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Have you ever wondered what a car stereo really consists of Its not as simple as most people think but its also not as difficult once you know a little bit of the basics Car stereos are a passion for many and for those who dont understand it this should help you understand it a little bit better There are three main aspects of car stereos the stereo components themselves the installation and competitions that people go to in order show off their carsCar stereos have many different parts that combine to create the whole system They begin with the head unit The head unit is the main piece that is the source of all the music Head units can play CDs tapes or MiniDiscs Consequently they must be made to play back digital or analog recordings Watkinson 378 From the head unit the signal can go to a signal processor which divides the signal into different parts such as highs mids lows and fading and balance This helps keep everything separated so no wires get crossed and you know where everything goes The signal from the processor then goes to an amplifier or possibly multiple amplifiers The amplifiers are used to power the speakers with more and cleaner power than the head unit could which makes your music sound better Note traditionally amplifiers are made speaker specific thus Class A amps are made to power the main speakers with cleaner sounding power and Class D amps power the subwoofers with more power but it tends not to be as clean Talbot-Smith 2133 The next part isnt exactly a piece of equipment but involves the placement of the speakers which are your most important part or your system The setup of your system decides where to put each speaker and what kind of speaker to place where to get the highest quality and most sound out of each speaker for each listening position in
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