My Zimbio Car Speaker Modification: Tips on choosing a car audio

Tips on choosing a car audio

In the audio field, especially Car Audio (Car Audio), amplifiers commonly referred to as power. The use of amplifiers in Car Audio system aims to strengthen the voice signal coming from the main source or a head unit which will then be streamed to the speakers. So the charge amplifier receives a signal from the sound source and manage it for the sound signal has more power and strength so that speakers could give voice to get the maximum because energy intake is needed in removing the sound waves.
Car Audio Amplifier for use, generally known by the kind of multi-channel and monoblock. Multi-channel amplifier is commonly used to strengthen the output (output) Audio Sound signals in the form of electric current to the speaker (Tweeter, Midrange, Midbass or Coaxial speakers), while for the type of monoblock, used specifically to strengthen the signal to be streamed to a very Subwoofer require large power (Audio Sound).
While in particular, according to John, fitter than Mega Audio, in number of West Jakarta, an amplifier is also known by some type of amplifier (Audio Sound), the type of class (Class) A, B, AB, D, Hybrid, Tube (Tube) and each type has its own character, the power output is different, namely:
Class A: Having the best quality to produce quality sound, but very wasteful of energy and heat faster. Prices for this type generally priced at a very expensive, generally more than 20 million dollars per unit, but even then it depends on the brand.
Class B: No quick heat and not wasteful of energy, but has a quality in producing good sound.
Class AB: It is the most widely used by car audio players, because his character is a combination of class A and B amplifiers, which can be more efficient and flexible for use in car audio systems and have better quality than class B.
Class D: This type is most often used to to drive a subwoofer and used to the concept of SPL (Sound Pressure Level) because the class D amplifier has the power (Watt) are large and able to bear up under 1 Ohm, so as to produce a more dynamic bass sound and usually it is the type of class D monoblock amplifier.
Hybrid: This type of amplifier is an electronic component using a transistor and also the tube (the tube). Merging these two components make this type of amplifiers capable of producing sound quality of character is thick with good tonal accuracy as full-tube amplifiers, but still can have a price that is still affordable. Usually the type of hybrid amplifier has a price ± 4 million-an * (depending on brand)
Tube (Tube): car audio enthusiast circles recognize this type of amplifier can produce better sound quality with the character of a vowel sound more natural, not thick and stiff / dry, but the type of tube amplifiers, generally have a very high price to have, price range be above 40 million rupiah.
With the difference in quality, character and components of each type of amplifier, proving that quality amplifier can also determine the character and quality of sound produced in a Car Audio Sound system. For that before purchasing an amplifier should be much to be considered in order not one chose, here are some tips on choosing an amplifier (Audio Cars):
1. Select an amplifier with RMS value (Watt) are large and its THD is small.2. Design and material quality also remains to be addressed.3. Adjust power / RMS amplifier with the speaker needs to be used. Power amplifier shall meet or greater than the required speakers, because if the power is smaller than the needs of speakers can cause damage to the speakers used, because of the 'signal clipping'.4. Select the brand of amplifier that has a formal guarantee from the brand holders5. Find information from various media or ask a trusted car audio installer before purchasing an amplifier.
Last closing interview with the SO, Johny provide information that should not let an amplifier (Car Audio) is not used within a period of time, because it can cause damage electronic components.
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