Car_Stereo by wawawanda11


									Duh, It's A Car Stereo!

Pretty selfverduidelikend is not it? It is a stereo system in a car, you
say. Whoa, hold your horses, it's not so simple. Although some people at
home stereo or in their cars and vans (out of the urgent need for some
sounds), and sometimes it just does not work. Yeah, maybe before he was
working just fine, all you need is a radio and Kassette player (or 8
tracks, like the inner dinosaur in you) so sure, tore the big box
speakers in the rear seat and you will blaring the highway. But nowadays
there are things like CD players and MP3 players and your popup LCD
panels and all you want techie knickknack think she wants a home theater
system right smack on the console build of yours. If you do not know
anything about these things, but would like a few sounds in your car in
any case, here are a few things about a car stereo.

As mentioned above, the first units and speakers of the house audio
systems and professional markets were simply installed into vehicles. But
they were not suitable for the extremes of temperature and ear that a
normal part of the environment of a car. Car Stereo entoesiaste was not
satisfied with the sound quality of regular car audio systems, and with
the advent of the CD player, it really has to start changing some of
these home stereos in order to work well in a car environment and voila!,
What now we have the modern car stereo.

If you have a new car, first hand bought, say from about 1990 to present,
chances are you have a "factory" car stereo in your car. This means that
the car manufacturer who has a car stereo system in your car, unless
specified in the model car, but most often is the case. Some car
manufacturers make their own car radios, such as BMW, which is also a
pretty decent car stereo package head unit and speakers. This is a
standard that come with their cars (it is not surprising considering that
BMW is included in the league of luxury car manufacturers "). Or like
Mercedes Benz or Volkswagen, they use car stereo systems from a German
sound manufacturer called Blaupunkt.

A standard car stereo (also known as a head unit) usually includes an
auto-reverse tape deck, CD player and sometimes the optional changer - a
device that automatically change the graphics in the game. New car
models, car stereo can also play mp3s and other digital audo file formats
like WMA and AAC, whether on a CD or a memory device that can be hooked
up to the main unit.

The car stereo head unit is linked to various speakers. Older car models
usually had only one speaker has the panel board is mounted, demonstrate
through perforations towards the front windshield. The standard for car
stereo is now a few of the speakers tone "(which is used to a high
soprano) on the driver side / front passasier side dashboard, a few of
the ordinary" means "speakers on both doors, sometimes even the doors
passeger Back Seat as It's a great engine and larger speakers capable of
low ends to the back of the back seats protion.

Your car stereo is probably ok than it is, as car manufacturers ensure
that the audio products that can deal with their car dirver hear the
requirements. But if you think that what you have is not enough, you can
always adjust.

To top