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Introducing the BassCube 2.0

Precision tuning lets bassheads tune in the clean, articulate bass they crave

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PHOENIX GOLD ANNOUNCES THE LAUNCH OF THE EQ9.0 9-BAND EQUALIZER

9 Bands of equalization lets you personalize your vehicle's sound profile

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How Much Amp Power Do You Need?

Most car audio systems have an amplifier built into the head unit. And the truth is, they’re not very powerful and, therefore, not very good.

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PHOENIX GOLD ANNOUNCES THE LAUNCH OF RX2 SUBWOOFERS

High-performance sound with deep, dynamic bass for your vehicle

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Phoenix Gold Introduces Two More Amplifiers to the RX2 Series!

But wait...there's more!

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6 Common Car Audio Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Old age, incompatible components and incorrect installation can all lead to car audio problems. To make sure you never run into these problems with your audio system, here are six common car audio mistakes and how to avoid them.

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The Next Evolution of Reliable, Great Sounding Subwoofer Amps, Introducing RX2 Monoblock Amplifiers

Power your subs with precision with RX2.

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Car Audio Specialist: A Step-By-Step Marketing Strategy Checklist

Thanks to the Internet, car audio specialists now have more marketing options than ever before. You no longer have to rely entirely on traditional marketing strategies that are losing their effectiveness. This means no more outdoor billboards and print mailers.

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Decoding and Understanding Car Audio Technology and Terminology

Are you looking to soup up your car and drop some heavy bass but you’re unsure where to start? Well, if you want to walk the walk, you have to talk the talk first. And that starts with understanding car audio tech basic terminology. Here we’ve laid out the basics so you can eventually understand how many watts your amp can handle or the RMS on your speaker.

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What Kind of Amp Do I Need for My Speakers?

When you blast the volume in any standard vehicle, your ears tend to cringe to that distorted or flat sound. The main problem? The system power, or amp system, that’s built into the car.  All cars come equipped with a basic internal amp system built into the radio or a small amplifier. But if you’re looking to add an external amp or upgrade yours to crank the volume on your sound system, and make is sound better there are three questions you’ll have to think about:

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