Rap, reggae, rock, or Rachmaninoff -- if you yearn for sound in your car that will make your friends drool, this book has your answers. Whether you want to pulsate the pavement or simply enjoy top-level clarity and music reproduction, this book will show you how to plan your design, choose your components, install them optimally and save a lot of money! Unlike books that cover only specific systems, the Cookbook shows you how to customize. With the Cookbook, your system will fit your tastes, your budget, and your car or truck.
Organized by component type, the Cookbook clearly shows you how to achieve good imaging; upgrade premium factory sound systems such as Delco/Bose and Ford/JBL; get more amp power for your money; properly set amplifier gains; install and set up an equalizer with or without a real-time analyzer; interface a CD changer; pick the right power line capacitors, speaker wire, patch cables, and sound-deadening devices; avoid common automotive noise problems; and a lot more!
Featuring guidance on the right specialty tools and step-by-step instructions for difficult procedures, The Car Stereo Cookbook makes sure that the special sound you've imagined in your head becomes the sound you hear in your car!
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Build your own super sound system on wheels! Rap, reggae, rock, or Rachmaninoff--whether you crave a window-rattling rolling boom box or the most faithful auto music reproduction, there's only one good way to get the car stereo you want: Build it yourself. Here's the only guide you need to cook up your ultimate vehicular audio feast. Written by a master of audio electronics, The Car Stereo Cookbook shows you how to plan your design, choose your components, install them optimally--and save a lot of money! Unlike books that cover only specific systems, the Cookbookshows you how to customize. With the Cookbook, your system will fit your tastes, your budget, and your car or truck, whether it's a radical sport utility vehicle or your Dad'sold Chevy.
The book is clearly organized by project type--from speakers, subwoofers, and amps to equalizers, bi-amping, and accessories--so you can quickly find the information you need on all the ingredients your dream machine requires. Featuring guidance on using the right specialty tools and step-by-step instructions for more difficult procedures, The Car Stereo Cookbook puts you in the fast lane to the custom auto sound system that'll leave your friends' pathetic factory-made output choking in your dust.About the Author:
Mark Rumreich is a senior design engineer for Thomson Consumer Electronics who specializes in analog and digital audio and video systems and circuits. He has written numerous articles for Electronics Now, Speaker Builder, Radio-Electronics, and Audio Amateur magazines and taught seminars in loudspeaker design and automotive acoustics. Mr. Rumreich holds more than 20 U.S. patents. He received his master's degree in electrical engineering from Purdue University.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Publishing Co 1998-07-01, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Paperback. Publisher overstock, may contain remainder mark on edge. Bookseller Inventory # 9780070580831B
Book Description McGraw-Hill/TAB Electronics, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070580839
Book Description McGraw-Hill/TAB Electronics, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110070580839