How do I match my speakers to my car stereo?
If you have a low-powered factory stereo (typically 10-15 watts RMS per channel or less), speakers with high sensitivity ratings (over 90 dB) will make the best match. If you have a high-power system like an aftermarket stereo or external amplifier, then consider speakers with lower sensitivity ratings.
Does it matter what speakers you put in your car?
There are many different types of car speakers that you can install into your vehicle. It’s important to remember that there’s no one single ‘perfect’ setup. You can have the best car audio speakers, but if they’re not matched to your car or set up correctly, it won’t sound like it should.
How do I know if a stereo is compatible with my car?
Most car stereos fit in almost every vehicle. The best way to figure out if it’ll work is by taking measurements of your car’s stereo slots before buying any new head units.