Q&A

What Is Dynamat Made Of? [ANSWERED]

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Dynamat is one of the most popular sound-deadening materials used in automobiles. It is used on the car floor and doors in the form of sheets as the noise absorption and cancellation medium. Many people have heard about Dynamat and … Read more

Why JVC Car Stereo Buttons Are Not Working?

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Sometimes car stereos develop those “seemingly” trivial issues that don’t affect their core performance. Nonetheless, they still make it a lot of hassle to use the head unit. Case in point: A JVC car stereo with its buttons not working. … Read more

What Hits Harder 1 Ohm or 4 Ohm Subwoofer?

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For many people, the single point of buying a sub is how “hard” it hits with its output. Therefore, “what hits harder 1 ohm or 4 ohms” is a recurring question on car audio forums. In this post, we will … Read more

How to Find a Car Radio Code [STEPS]

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Many stock and aftermarket car radios and stereo systems come with an anti-theft feature that locks you out of the system if its power is cut off. This feature comes in handy when a petty thief steals the radio from … Read more

Will 6 1/2 speakers fit 6 3/4 and vice versa

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Without any modification, a 6 ½ speaker fits into a cutout with a diameter of 4.8-5.2 inches. Similarly, a 6 ¾ diameter speaker goes into 5.2-5.7-inch cutouts. But if there is an adapter bracket enclosed with the speaker, it won’t … Read more