Are you interested in a Phoenix Gold speaker? Phoenix Gold speaker models are well known and well made products that also have some more reasonable price options. Choosing the perfect Phoenix Gold speaker model for your audio system means you’ve got some research and thinking to do. Your first step will be deciding on whether to go with component or full range speakers. There are also some main factors to consider to help you pick the best Phoenix Gold speaker for your needs.
Phoenix Gold Speaker Shopping
- Phoenix Gold Car Speaker Size and Configuration: Before you start shopping for new Phoenix speaker models, you must know the specs about the speakers already in your vehicle. If you’re definitely replacing them, then you can just remove the speakers and measure them. If not, most stores that sell speakers will be able to look up the specifications for you. If you provide the make, model, and year of your vehicle, they can usually also look up the size and configuration of the existing speakers.
- Car Speaker Power Handling: You’ll need to look at power handling next. If you want to get the most out of your sound system, your Phoenix Gold speaker choice will need to be able to handle the power that your head unit or external amp is capable of putting out, which is why many people choose an amp unit before looking at speakers. If you haven’t yet chosen a new head unit, then you have a little more freedom. You’re free to choose a Phoenix Gold speaker with any power handling characteristics you’d like, and you can then look for a head unit or external amp that will be able to take full advantage of them. Power handling is level of power (in watts) that you can pump through the Phoenix Gold speakers. You’ll want to pay close attention to the maximum RMS (root-mean-square) power handling of the speakers instead of the peak RMS power handling.
- Car Speaker Sensitivity: To find out the best level of sensitivity to look for, you’ll have to know how much power your head unit or external amp puts out. Sensitivity refers to how much power the speakers require in order to put out a given volume level, and speakers with higher sensitivity require less power. If you’re working with an anemic factory stereo, then you’ll want to find a Phoenix Gold speaker that has a higher sensitivity level. On the other hand, speakers that have a low level of sensitivity tend to work fine with high powered external amps.
Shopping for Phoenix Gold Speaker Models in the Monmouth County NJ Area?
AutoWorks is a automotive shop that also offers & installs Phoenix Gold speaker systems & other auto electronics to towns in the Monmouth County area. We serve serve towns including Middletown, Red Bank, Oceanport, Rumson, Little Silver, Marlboro, Manalapan, Long Branch, Holmdel, Ocean Township, Lincroft, Shrewsbury, West Long Branch, Fair Haven, and many more. To learn more about our auto electronics and installation services and other services contact us today at 732-671-0225 or visit the website.