How to Select a Speaker

Sensitivity

Sensitivity measures how much sound comes from a speaker based on the power supplied to it. Speakers with high sensitivity ratings will match best with low-powered car stereos (factory systems), If you have a high-power system, typically provided by a brand-name receiver or external amplifier, then consider speakers with lower sensitivity ratings. Properly powered, they'll provide excellent sound quality.

Power-Handling

Watts let you know how much power a speaker can handle. With a low-powered system, the speakers don't need to be able to handle lots ...

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How to Build the Ideal System

The "ideal" car audio system does not mean the loudest one, or most expensive one. It's the one that best meets your needs. Ask yourself, what type of car stereo system do you have now? Is the sound flat, dull, tinny, or wimpy? Are you listening to a car radio that's struggling to drive flimsy, old factory speakers? You know it sounds lousy, but you don't necessarily know why. It's not always easy to diagnose what's causing problems in a vehicle's audio/video system. You don't have to be a car audio expert to figure it out, though.

Here are some suggestions you can try to narrow ...
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Our Blog

Stitch Headz is interested in more than just selling you a stereo. We are committed to providing you with the best audio experience possible within your budget. Read our blog posts for help and "how-to" on choosing your next car audio system.