Car Speakers System
When you are equipping to choose your car speaker you will have to choose one from two options, one is full range speaker, and another is component speaker.
Full Range Speaker
The full-range speaker system is the most common and traditional speaker system. A full-range system holds all the speaker rudiments in one basket. If a car has only one speaker in each door then most probably it is a full-range system. Full range speaker is also known as coaxial speaker. You should go for the full-range system if you are aiming to reinstate factory speakers system with a minimum of muss and fuss.
Individuality of a Full-range Speaker System
- Better combination within balance budget.
- The high-range system is able to produce a sound like component system.
- Built-in tweeter minimizes the installation space.
- Easy to install.
- No need of crossover.
The component system will give you a superior speaker design that provides you the best possible musical experience. The component system is planned to dedicate audio frequencies to separate speaker types. A high-end component system produces better audio than coaxial car speaker system. A customary component speaker system includes separate tweeters, separate woofers, and external crossover.
Individuality of Component Speaker System
- Able to produce clear depth and live sound.
- Component system is made of better materials than coaxial.
- It will cost you more bucks than coaxial.
- Complex to install.
- Require crossover to install.
Unlike car speaker types you don’t have so many confusing options. There are only two types of car speakers in the world! I think it won’t be hard for you to decide on the right speaker system. I suggest you read the individuality and specifications of both of the speaker system we discussed above in this post before you make up your mind. To be honest, I like Full-range Speaker System for it’s easy to installation feature even though component speaker system is superior. Let us know which one is your favorite and why?