Buyer’s Guide: Tools & More


Keep your voltage up with proper electrical and check your readings regularly.

Anytime you change wiring or add equipment always check your ohm load as it may change.  Understanding ohm load takes knowledge of voicecoils, wiring (series vs parallel) and more, please as always consult a professional. 

Consult a professional for system tuning that will use an oscilloscope to check the signal output and correct your settings as needed.  Such services can be done be you most car audio shops but you can also find free lance audio specialist in social network groups that may travel to your location.

Equipment with prolonged play can become hot fast. the subwoofers as well as the amplifiers will need to be monitored during demos and comp.  Blower and cooling fans can help with cool down and temp guns can mae it easy to double check your heat.


Beat the heat with this handy thermometer guns and make sure your equipment gets proper cooling off time.

These tools are great for popping panels in and out of any vehicle and can make that next install take a less time.


Find the right balance between quality and budget.  Buying products that are cheap and not quality could result in replacement and expenses in the future.  Best Practice is to start right and not have to do anything twice.

***PLEASE NOTE*** All information on this site is for educational and informational processes.  Any guidelines, tips or recommendations are considered general knowledge and we strongly encourage you to consult with a professional before installing, adjusting, or altering a car audio system.