The details can be what makes the difference between expensive upgrades that just make music louder versus an affordable stereo system that creates a great audio experience while you drive. One of the big mistakes that people make when upgrading their stereo system is not paying enough attention to the wiring and speaker housings. Here are a few things to consider.
- Wiring your stereo properly takes more than just selecting the correct gauge. True, the wrong gauge will stop sound altogether, but there are many other things that could inhibit sound quality. Be sure to use wires with the right frequency response. Your speakers can’t produce sounds that are not being transmitted to them.
- Don’t leave the wiring a mess. Having wires hanging out all over the place won’t affect the sound quality (unless a passenger gets tangled up in them and rips something out). However, you want your sound system to be aesthetically pleasing as well. Nothing says amateur installation like a bunch of wires all over the place.
- You need custom housings for speakers. This will ensure that there is no rattling sound, especially when it comes to your subs. That vibration is another indicator of an amateur installation job.
Professional Custom Stereo Installation in San Diego
For the best custom stereo installation, San Diego drivers trust Soundiego. With over 25 years of experience, we can walk you through the purchasing process and provide custom installation so that you get the most from your new sound system. Call us today at 619.582.5577, or you can request a quote here.