Get the Sound Quality in Car
Consider replacing your car’s speakers
While car sound systems have significantly improved over the years, some manufacturers still use relatively cheaper speakers and amps that do not offer the best sound quality. You might hear noticeable improvements by assembling a better set of aftermarket speakers. You will probably even get a tighter bass and enhanced clarity.
Download music files with higher quality
Downloading higher quality music files does not help you save some memory space in your music player. However, be wary not to compress your music files too much, as you will lose high and low-frequency information that makes a song interesting. In a car sound system, you will be able to tell if something is definitely missing.
It is a well-known fact that the higher the bitrate, the better the sound. So, if you are playing music through an iPod, or your smartphone, you need to use a little compression, but don’t use too much. Another option is to stream music, in which you can explore the settings to improve the sound quality. You might want to try getting an Android auto head unit that offers a wide range of music apps.
Bypass the built-in digital-to-analog converter
Your music player’s DAC does not deliver the same performance as your car’s DAC, in which case an advanced converter would normally do the job right. You’re lucky if you can connect your music player to a stereo via USB because you can successfully bypass your device’s DAC. But you will need to confirm if the Hands-on Research information is available in the stereo unit.
Get a car amplifier
A separate amplifier is able to provide cleaner power than your built-in car stereo and you will notice the big difference in terms of sound quality. It does not matter what genre you listen to, whether it is pop, rock, or even classical music. Getting an amplifier for your car’s audio system is essential in getting a better sound in your car.
It is also advisable that you first know the difference between the volume level and the amp level. You might find yourself getting annoyed with a nasty and distorted sound when you set the amp level way too high.
Add an equalizer
You are going to need an equalizer to get rid of treble, midrange, and bass peaks. It is either built into the receiver or it can be mounted on a processor in your dashboard, or near the amplifiers. An equalizer will offer multiple points for frequency response adjustments and it can kill peaks and improve bass response.
Buy or build a sub box
Another great way to improve your car’s audio system is to get a subwoofer. If you’re building one, just make sure that it has been properly sealed because air leaks can significantly hurt the sub’s overall performance. To add, ensure that you build a box that has the correct interior volume for the subwoofer you have chosen.