The sound system of your vehicle is a major portion of the transportation experience. This goes for both the driver and passengers. Taking those extra steps to ensure you have the highest quality audio being received, as well as the perfect interior pairing is a lot of work on your end. Here are some of our tips to get started easily.
Which factors impact my car’s audio the most?
The system itself may appear to be the primary factor, but there’s a great deal additionally that goes into it. The placement of the speakers, how they interact with the surrounding space, and material of the interior as well. Also, you are going to be on the lookout for system damage.
Stereo system damage
Music that is heavily bass-driven has a high probability of damaging the speakers. Here are some quick tips on identifying those issues in how the system may be damaged, and minor maintenance you can do yourself.
Heavy-bass muddy sound : The sound will almost have a “muddy” quality to it when you start to hear damage. This can be amended, but has to be caught early and proactively, rather than when the system starts to shut down.
Lack of cleaning and system age : The system’s cleanliness will play a major role as well. Take your time periodically to wipe the system clean of any dust or muck that’s been built up over time. This is common in high-traffic vehicles. If you commonly have guests or passengers in the vehicle, you will have to do this more often.
Pairing device difficulty : This will be more on the internal side. You may be able to find quick fixes on the internal portion of your audio device, depending on the quality of your smart device, but take into account how often the system is used and the consistency of audio quality being diminished. If physically paired, is this more of a chord issue? Or is the mobile connection damaged on the device’s end?
To learn more about options for your audio systems to improve and what maintenance you can do on your end, give us a call today!