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By: George V.
Slangin' Sound and Tint
Slangin sound is the place to hook your ride up for a great price and a very clean and satisfying job everyone their is motivated to help people to get what they want in my case i went in and talked to ray he was just an amazing he told me what would be best to make it the way i wanted and better yet it came out exactly how i wanted to be he gave me so much information before buying so i knew what i was buying he also was motivated to sale and he gave me a great price i could work with and last a biggggggg thanks to larry he stayed working on my car after they closed for at least 4 hours more and he did not just want to finish and leave he wanted me to test everything and make sure i liked it he was very honest with me on sound because when i thought it sounded good he said no i can do better and he did it was an overall the best visit ever they are wayyyyyy better than any other shop on AZ you have to go in asap !!!!!!!!
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By: azsean
Level 10 Audio and Performance
level 10 audio is the only place to go if u want stuff done right !!! . they have always been good to me. kelly took the time and adjusted boths my amp, found hidden problems then went above and beyond to make sure everything is right !!! i wont go anywhere else from now on. everyone needs to stay away from the $1.00 hackers and these way overpriced shops here in the vally.i cant believe what some of these places charge.
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By: Ramiro B.
Slangin' Sound and Tint
This place was truly amazing. They gave me the best customer service. They found the perfect system for me and made sure that I was satisifed with the system and their work. I was helped by Stefan and he gave me the best deal available. I am very content with my system and will definitely go back to get other systems for my other cars. I completely recommend you will not be disappointed.
By: Dave D.
Slangin' Sound and Tint
I installed a new radio in my truck and had no sound. Entered store and immediately was given help and had r-the system checked and diagnosed. They fixed the problem within time estimated and i was out the door. Great service and good price. Thank you. Will recommend anytime.
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By: Dakota C.
Slangin' Sound and Tint
Slangin always takes care of what I need. They have great customer service and there are an all around awesome company
Tips & Advices
A capacitor is a two-terminal electrical component that is able to store energy, thus they are often found in power supplies. They can be especially important in a stereo system because they can exhibit frequency dependent behavior. What this means is they can be tailored to be used as noise filters to reduce the appearance of a frequency, or they can be used to enhance it. This is particularly effective in differentiating and isolating the ranges in a subwoofer and a tweeter, and in filtering out the potential noise or feedback from the power source.
Most aftermarket speakers are compatible with your factory stereo system. There can be exceptions, for instance, if you have speakers that need extra amplification to drive them to maximum performance, such as large subwoofers, your factory deck may not have the power to drive them adequately. They will play, but not to their potential. Basic speakers should be able to plug right into most standard decks. Factory stereo systems have evolved dramatically over the years and can even meet or exceed aftermarket products.
To install a basic car stereo you will need a minimum of tools. First you may need a puller to remove the existing deck (if there is one). Usually it’s just a thin bar that hooks onto the unit to pull it out. Once the unit space is established, you will need crimpers and wire cutters to strip, connect, and crimp the wiring units (to the speakers and to your power source). It’s a good idea to use connectors for the wiring contacts. It is a simple and basic process. In some cases, you might need some additional basic tools like screwdrivers if you are mounting anything or customizing the dash.
With a basic knowledge and minimum of tools, it is not theoretically difficult to install a car stereo. It is even easier is you are replacing the old deck because the wiring for the speakers and the power source are already in place. Most existing units can be pulled easily from the dash and replaced quickly. This of course depends on the sophistication of the system and the skill of the installer. If no modifications are necessary, it is not an overly difficult or complicated process. There are many sources of information and instructional videos available on the internet to guide you.
A subwoofer is a speaker that is designed to produce sounds on the low end of the audio scale. Subwoofers are usually paired with tweeters, speakers that produce sounds on the higher end of the audio scale, to create a balanced sound.

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