OPTIMA® Batteries Searches for High-Powered Stories and Offers Chance to Win Free Trip to the 2010 SEMA Show
Enthusiasts with the most extreme OPTIMA battery stories to be featured in a high-powered project to be unveiled at the 2010 SEMA Show
August 27, 2010 (MILWAUKEE) – In anticipation of the performance automotive aftermarket industry’s biggest trade event of the year, OPTIMA® Batteries is giving auto enthusiasts a chance to win a free trip to the 2010 SEMA Show by submitting their own OPTIMA-powered stories. A select few who submit the most extreme OPTIMA-powered stories through www.optimabatteries.com/powerstories will be able to attend the exclusive industry event, not normally open to the public. The winners will also receive complementary OPTIMA batteries of their choice and will be featured in an elite, high-powered project to be unveiled on November 2, the first day of the SEMA Show.
OK today we have a 2003 Mitsubishi Magna tutorial on how to remove the standard stereo and then install a new aftermarket one.
This may apply to other models of the Magna and varients sold elsewhere (Mitsubishi Diamante, Verada and V3000)
Any advice given is exactly that, ADVICE. You choose to attempt these steps at your (and your cars) own risk. DecibelCar.com are not responsible for any damage caused by carrying out these steps.
Anyway, here we go.
VIDEO Subwoofer Wiring, Parallel, Series
This is a sister article for this one.. switched up with video demonstration !
So, if you want to learn how to wire your subwoofer in series, or in parallel, need to learn how ohms "work", how to wire a duel voice coil sub, how to wire multiple subwoofers together, handling DVC, SVC, etc. Its all in here.
Used Car Buying Guide
Buying a used car can save you a lot of money, and buying on the private market will save you even more. But there's plenty of pitfalls and lemons out there, so how can you avoid getting one ? Aside from the test drive which only really tells you how the car rides and handles, there's a few tests you can do without any tools and things to look for which will let you know if you have a gem, or a junker.
Alpine Electronics Now Shipping New Type-R Thin Subwoofers
TORRANCE, Calif., Aug. 3, 2010 – Alpine Electronics of America, Inc. today announced the shipping of its much anticipated Type-R Thin subwoofers. The new SWR-T10 10-inch and SWR-T12 12-inch Type-R Thin subwoofers are Alpine’s first foray into the specialized market of thin subwoofers.
The Type-R Thin subwoofers are not traditional subwoofers just packaged in a shallow form factor. Instead, the Type-R Thin subwoofers have been totally designed from the ground up, redefining how thin subwoofers are engineered and perform. Their unique design earned them a CES Innovations 2010 Design and Engineering Award for the In-Vehicle Audio category.
“Alpine’s traditional Type-R subwoofers are popular and trusted among car audio enthusiasts,” said Mike Anderson, assistant vice president, sales, Alpine Electronics.
“As an extension of the Type-R lineup, it was essential that the Type-R Thins live up to the performance of the traditional Type-R subwoofers. The new SWR-T10 and SWR-T12 exceed this expectation, and users will not be disappointed.”