For the most part, swapping out the speakers should not affect battery life.
About the only scenario I can think of that might cause a problem: If the new speakers are a lot less efficient than the old ones, your mom might turn up the volume control to compensate. That would draw more current from the battery...
Please don't respond if you don't know what you're talking about. I have my Dodge Dart running zero gauge to a zero gauge splitter where I have a zero gauge wire and ground for my sundown sae 1500d and then running 4 gauge from the splitter to the scar audio rp150 I'm barely running my sundown amp...
They really hate blacks.
1. Yes it is proven
2. No, because all scientific evidence points go God, which is funny because atheists claim to love science. They therefore resort to making up pseudoscience concepts such as Evolution
So I got a new radio installed a while ago and the sound isn t coming out of the back speakers? It was working with the old radio but not the new one. Anyone got any ideas on how to fix this myself?
I just bought a new Sony XAV-AX100 and installed it on my 2007 pontiac grand prix and after hooking it up it makes a static noise through the speakers I checked every wire to make sure and also changed different ground points and still cant figure out what the problem is
just buy a microwave instead. should work just as good
And absolutely no one seems to know wtf they re talking about. Is there a website that I m missing that gives good information on car audio from people that know what they re talking about? Besides Crutchfield. Forums? Discussion boards? Anything?
I want to be able to wire 2 separate led strips of different colors in my car to one on-off-on switch. so if I flip the switch up it turns on the blue lights, if i flip it all the way down it turns on the green ones, and if the switch is in the middle both are off. I cant find a diagram or anything anywhere that...
I am kinda dumb with these things but I had a sub that blew out and had to get a new one. The last sub sounded better and I bought a new one that is rated 400rms 1200peak. I have an amp that is 1500w. Should I match my sub to a 1000w amp? I remember the last sub was more boomy. And extra info about the new sub it’s...