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Old 09-18-2011, 12:02 PM   #1
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Default What To Install In Your Mustang

You love your Mustang, and now you've decided it's time to do something to pep up the audio performance. You might be thinking about a complete system, or just replacing some of the factory components. Either way, it's good to know something about the specifics of your Mustang as you start your project.

Some sound solutions are simple. If your ride needs better bass, there's no better solution than adding a subwoofer. Subwoofers can be added to factory or aftermarket systems, and will give you the solid low frequency performance that you're missing. Powered subs, like amplified Bazooka bass tubes or the Infinity Basslink, are easy to install, and give you everything you need speaker, enclosure, and amplifier in one complete package. If you're custom designing your system, you'll choose your own subs, boxes, and amps.

If you want to maintain your Mustang's factory appearance, an external amp may be the solution. An amplifier will pump out more power to your speakers, for increased sonic energy and life. You can install an amp in an out-of-sight spot, so your classic car will keep the stock look you want.

"Brand name" receivers and speakers are popular choices when upgrading your car. "Brand name" speakers provide improved imaging, better highs and lows, and sharper detail. For most Mustangs, there are many high-quality models that will fit in your factory speaker locations. Combining your new speakers with the improved power and expanded capabilities of a high-powered aftermarket receiver is a sure recipe for better sound.

Any combination of these options will give you a sound system that you'll enjoy. To help you decide on what you want to do with your Mustang, we'll examine some of the issues you'll face. As you would expect with a car that's been around for almost 40 years, there are lots of installation options for the Mustang. Let's take a look.

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