How-to guide

A guide with tips, directions, and detailed information to help the average reader to learn how to carry out car stereo projects on their own.

The information presented is based on my own installation experience and tricks I’ve learned over the years.

Got a vintage amplifier or receiver? When it comes time to add some great low-end bass you might be scratching your head wondering how - and if - you can ...

So your receiver doesn't have a subwoofer output. You're probably wondering what the heck you can do about it, and you might be worried if you'll have to spend ...

Welcome! In my very detailed speaker wire guide I'll show you how to connect speaker wire with great results. You don't have to be a tech person to do it - ...

Trying to get those tweeters under control? It can be a frustrating mess full of complicated math and wasted time & money. Not to worry, though! I've ...

Want to add some amazing style and color to your ride? Not only can you do it yourself, but you can also get great results for less than the price of a pair of ...

Ever tried hooking up speakers only to find your wire was just a little bit too short? What a frustrating feeling! In this detailed how-to guide, I'll ...

Adding a 4 channel amp is a great idea. I've enjoyed powerful, crystal-clear sound in my vehicles for years using my own 4 channel amps. But how do you ...

4 channel amps are great and have a lot of flexibility for the most part. However, they're intended for use with 4 speakers or 2 speakers and a sub - not both. ...

Making your own DIY car amp rack may seem like something that's out of reach. Or maybe you don't know where to begin and you're worried you'll have to pay ...

Installing a subwoofer in your car yourself feels great! It's so much fun to finally enjoy the awesome bass you've been missing in your music. I've seen a ...

Bridging an amplifier can seem like a strange and almost "magical" concept. If you need help figuring out how to bridge an amp, you're in the right place! ...

We all enjoy music and speakers make that possible - but it's confusing if you're not sure how to connect them the right way. In this post, you'll find ...