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Frequently Asked Questions


What types of car speakers are there?


Car speakers include woofers, mid-range speakers, and tweeters. All three types of speakers are commonly found in a single enclosure, although they can also be found in separate enclosures. Woofers handle the lowest frequencies, mid-range speakers the middle frequencies, and tweeters the highest frequencies. When you combine these individual speakers, you get a considerably richer, more accurate sound than you would with a single full-range speaker.



Do all car speakers fit all cars?


No. Because different automobile manufacturers use different mounting methods for their speakers, it's impossible to find a universal speaker that will fit all applications. You'll either require enclosures or specialised work to accommodate speakers in your vehicle, so it’s best to get it right from the start. If you require further assistance with this, then please do not hesitate to get in touch with a member of our expert team.



How many watts is good for a car stereo?


The number of watts needed for high-quality sound systems is determined by the driver's listening habits as well as speaker efficiency. If you're utilising the OEM sound in your car, 50 to 200 watts of bass is plenty. However, with an aftermarket receiver, 200 to 300 watts for your subwoofer is a better option.



Can you mix and match different speaker brands in a car? 


While vehicle speaker manufacturers design their products to work in pairs, mixing brands is technically possible. Please note, however, that the audio inside your car can be distorted if you mix car speakers. This is due to the fact that automotive speakers come in a variety of shapes and sizes, including subwoofers, coaxial speakers, midrange speakers, and component speakers. When you combine speakers, the tonal balance of the speakers, as well as the sound quality, are all influenced. Although they can still operate properly, sensitivity and wattage must be in sync for optimal sound quality and performance and, therefore, we recommend sticking to the same brand.