8 Inch vs 10 Inch Subwoofer – Which is best for my needs?

8 Inch vs 10 Inch Subwoofer

Car subwoofers are speakers that dedicated to reproducing low-frequency sounds. Whatever type of music you are into, or how quietly or extremely loud you prefer to listen, a high-quality subwoofer will really improve your complete listening experience. Most car speakers are small, so they have trouble producing enough low-frequency sound to give your music realism and depth. A subwoofer can really make an astounding difference to how your car audio system sounds.

There are many different ways to install a subwoofer to your vehicles sound system. The way that is right for you depends on many different factors, including your budget, the size of the car, size and shape of space available and the type of music that you listen to.

Which type of subwoofer should you buy? 

Check out these scenarios blow. Which one corresponds best to your needs?

  1. I would like to individually pick and decide which separate components I would like to build my own fully customized sound system.
    Really you should begin by checking out some component subwoofers. A component sub is a speaker by itself — it will require mounting in a subwoofer enclosure for it to sound its best and work correctly. Also, the component subwoofer will need to be powered by its own external amplifier. Component subs normally range in size between 8 inches to 15 inches. Different models are meant to operate on a low or a high power input, and in a range of different shapes and sizes of subwoofer enclosures. They are also many different impedance and voice coil combinations to choose from, so you can pick and choose among the different designs, make and models to match up to your system requirements. If you’re beginning from the ground up in creating your own custom sound system, deciding on a  subwoofer is an excellent place to start. [Shop for component subwoofers on Amazon]
  2. I would like a straightforward “ready built” subwoofer/enclosure system combination.
    Look into Pre-made enclosed subwoofers. Enclosed subs are already mounted into a specifically designed enclosure that is made to fit the subwoofer they are designed for. This will completely eliminate the requirement for you to select an enclosure for your subwoofer, this can save you a lot of time and effort when designing and building your sound system. But choosing this route means that you’ll be limited on the different types of speaker and enclosure design choices you have. You will still need an external amplifier to drive the subwoofer too. [Shop for ready built enclosed subwoofers].
  3. I would like a very straight forward, space-saving bass syste

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