As a car owner, you will want to have the best audio system for your vehicle. Your car music system needs to have quality bass to give you a great sound experience from your car stereo. But, getting quality bass from the stereo can be challenging.
No matter the type of car speakers you have, the bass plays a vital role in the overall music experience. If you are like some car owners, you might be confused about the number of woofers you must install in your vehicle. Will one subwoofer be enough or should you use multiple woofers? To make the right decision, you must take into account some factors such as the cost and the space in the boot or beneath the seats. If you decide to use multiple car subwoofers, below are the benefits you can expect to enjoy:
The quality of bass is influence by many factors that include resonance. The car boot and the space under the seat are confined areas and installing a subwoofer here will allow its sound waves to be reflected from one wall of your vehicle to the other. Thus, the sound bounces within the space of the car.
You can minimize resonance within your car by adding some bass sources. This will reduce the interference of sound waves and frequencies as well as minimize sound waves bouncing. As a result, there will be smoother frequencies no matter where you are seated.
Improved Clarity and Sound
With multiple bass speakers, you will get sharper sound with improved quality. Running several, smaller bass sources in your car provides louder, sharper bass with improved clarity. Often, subwoofers displace air within a space and using many of them will give clearer sound than a single subwoofer.
Improved Stereo Effect
When you use multiple subwoofers, you can use a 2-channel sound system which makes it possible to p reserve bass from your music system. This also improves imaging and expands soundstage. You will find this important if you are using smaller speakers in the car music system.
Using multiple subwoofers outperform a single woofer of the same kind. Usually, multiple woofers do better than one bigger woofer. The reason is that multiple woofers provide more headroom which improves bass quality, offering smoother bass. Furthermore, multiple subwoofers minimize compression, improve dynamic range, and decrease distortion. These will all result in having smooth, effortless bass.