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Ultimate Auto Sound
Let’s face it, stock sound systems in most of our automobiles range from ordinary to bad. The auto amnufacturer’s can’t seem to do decent sound in their cars without hiring an outside firm, as in the Cadillacs, the Lincolns and the Chrysler Le Barons. The rest of us get pretty ho-hum sound.
Strangely enough, there isn’t much really wrong with the systems. They have one acute shortcoming: the speakers stink. The electronics are fairly decent in most cases and most of the music is “there” but the driverss in the dash and doors are such poor specimens they can’t possibly deliver the really low stuff present on the tapes and the CDs available today. What you can do about your car’s sound? Well you don’t need to be a rocket scientist to vastly improve what you are able to hear and enjoy as you drive. If you can use a screwdriver and a soldering iron, you can, for a very small outlay of cash, upgrade your automobile’s sound system yourself. What you need is the practical know-how for making the changes and where to find the supplies you need to make it happen.
The book is anything but dry theory. The information is solidly backed by hands-on experience in hundreds of vehicles of a wide variety.
If you love good sound and want it in your personal transport, Ultimate Auto Sound: Your Guide to Heaven on Wheels is the help you need to achieve that goal, and help you to do it for the smallest possible investment of cash.