Auto Audio: Choosing, Installing, and Maintaining Car Stereo Systems

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McGraw-Hill, 1995 - Transportation - 341 pages
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Best-seller gets you the car stereo sound system you want!@Why pay high prices for a shop to install or maintain your car stereo when you can have the satisfaction of doing it better yourself? @@@Auto Audio: Choosing, Installing, and Maintaining Car Stereo Systems, @@ Second Edition, by Andrew Yoder, provides all the information you need to supercharge your ride with top-quality speakers, amplifiers, head units, equalizers, signal processors, changers and antennas -- not to mention filters and crossovers, wire, cabling, connectors and transmitters. And once your system is in, you'll see how to troubleshoot spot problems and service your components so they deliver pristine highs and heart-stopping lows for years to come. This new edition also shows you how to make seamless fiberglass speaker enclosures and panels for your car...protect your audio investment with a good security system...check out custom installations...and more.

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How and where to choose your audio system
Head units equalizers signal processors

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About the author (1995)

Andrew Yoder is the author or co-author of nearly a dozen popular books on the subjects of video, audio, and radio, including Home Video: Choosing, Installing, Maintaining, and Repairing Home Video Systems; Home Audio: Choosing, Installing, Maintaining, and Repairing Home Audio Systems; The Complete Shortwave Listener's Handbook (Fifth Edition); The TAB Electronics Yellow Pages; and Pirate Radio Operations. He has written for such publications as Radio!, Popular Electronics, CB Radio, and Popular Communications. Yoder earned a B.A. in Broadcasting and Writing at Geneva College in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania.

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