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Reclaiming Your Rightful Bass with the SoundStream BX-12

Soundstream Bass Reconstructor

Tuning a sound system is a thing of beauty. Each band of equalization is set precisely so that frequencies coalesce into a fragrance of certainty. Soon after, filters are adjusted so that only perfect audio signals are permitted to the systems speakers. From there they summon all of their energy and move woofer cones and tweeters so that we can hear music, pure and undistorted. It sounds as though as wave of pure refreshing sound is crashing over your senses upon the world. In a flash it’s all over leaving many a question unanswered. There is one thing you know for certain, that warmth inside can only come from sheer excitement and strained disbelief. In a scurry you rush to find your favorite recording on your MP3 player and press “Play”. What you’re met with is another type of revelation, both unexpected and unwelcome. Your favorite recording sounds distorted and noisy. The bass frequencies sounded lost among the track and the woofers no longer responded as well. What caused this travesty? When the light fades and you come back to your senses its clear – you’ve been introduced to a low quality audio recording played through high quality speakers.

A low quality audio recording can victimize us all. In the age of digital media each track in your music library can’t all have that dreamy high quality bitrate and sometimes we’re forced to settle for less. Unfortunately we end up paying for that decision when it’s time to play your favorite track on a car audio system but your subwoofers are not as responsive.

No need to go out and replace your entire music collection, the Soundstream BX-12 will have your bass back in a hurry! This device uses higher range harmonics to reconstruct bass and allow your system to have that kicking bass that you’re after! All you need to do is tune up your system and hear the difference for yourself! These bass reconstruction devices can also restore bass lost in iPods, compressed music formats, and even satellite radio! Help reclaim the bass that you rightfully deserve with a Soundstream BX-12!


Soundstream D-Tower Series Car Amplifiers

Soundstream DTR1.1400D D-Tower Vertical Amplifier

By Seth Wilde – Product Specialist

One of the best things about building a car audio system from the ground up is that you get to choose all the components yourself. In doing so, you have the ability to get your car to sound exactly the way that you want. It becomes custom built to perfection. But the system doesn’t stop at the sound. While it probably the most important part of an aftermarket car audio system, it is not the only aspect. The visual aesthetics of the installation is a big part of the install. A clean install will last longer, look better, and sound cleaner. This aspect can become a challenge for the first time installer or for those that have a car with limited installation space. For those that have a car like this, more trust is put into the makers of these aftermarket audio devices to supply a product that it fully compatible with all types of cars.

Amplifiers and subwoofer enclosures have always been two components that are rather difficult to place inside a car. Soundstream Tower amplifiers are a great solution for those that need a particular design of amplifier in order for it to fit in their car. The vertical tower design stands tall and has a small footprint.  They offer a full lineup of amplifiers that includes a wide variety of single channel monoblock amps, such as the DTR1.1400D. That provides up to 1400 watts to a single channel and will easily work with some power hungry subwoofers. The DTR4.500 is an excellent 4-channel amplifier that will match the monoblock amplifier. With 125 watts to 4 channels at 2 ohm (80 watts at 4 ohm), this vertical 4-channel amp will easily power the majority of aftermarket speakers. This unique design is great for installations where there is plenty of vertical room, but not a lot of open space. In the back of a truck or behind a rear seat in an SUV, these amps will stand tall and provide plenty of power day in and day out.


Large 8.3” Displays from Power Acoustik, Soundstream, and Farenheit

<br /> Power Acoustik PTID-8310NRB

By Seth Wilde – Product Specialist

For those that enjoy watching movies inside their car from an in-dash DVD player will be pleased with some of the newest flip-out car receivers on the market.  Select companies have been able to revolutionize the in-car multimedia receiver with the introduction of a larger display than the typical in-dash car stereo.  With bright, vivid color and surround sound outputs, these receivers achieve the perfect balance between value and features.

As one of the leaders behind extra large displays, Power Acoustik has taken a new vision of the in-dash receiver and developed an entirely new mechanism to support the enormous 8.3” LCD display.  Consider the Power Acoustik PTID-8310NRB as the perfect example of what this new display style is capable of.  The PTID8310NRB features a large 8.3” Touch screen with incredible detail and bright color.  Instead of the traditional flip-out display that moves a long a linear track, these new screens will emerge from the main receiver and then pivot at one corner to rotate the screen.  The rotation allows a large sized screen to fit inside the receiver.   These extra large screens open an entire new world for DVD and video playback.  The larger screen is easy to see and makes the Graphical User Interface (GUI) simple to navigate.

In addition to the Power Acoustic PTID-8310NRB, there are other units that feature a similar style of display.  The Farenheit TID-831NRB and the Soundstream VIR-8310NRB.  All based on a standard design, these three units feature a huge touch screen that is great for movies, videos, adjusting settings, and the general use of the unit.  Most of these units also come built-in with other features such as built-in Bluetooth or a TV Tuner. With a price that is so affordable, there is no reason to settle for less.  Upgrade your factory system to a receiver with the largest flip-out screen available on the market.