By Madalynn Ely. Car Audio. Published at Sunday, April 22nd, 2018 - 19:32:47 PM.
Free-air systems save space and have flat frequency response. The woofer must be specifically designed for free-air use. The lack of a box makes them more convenient to install, but their power handling levels are usually much lower than their boxed counterparts.
The biggest dealbreaker? Instead of the old in-dash CD playerradio combo, many new vehicles feature all-in-one consoles that incorporate climate controls, OnStar®, GPS, vehicle warning systems, and other unique features, housed right along with your sound system. Replace your stereo and you lose many, if not all, of these important factory functions.
Bluetooth® wireless calling. You can take advantage of your phone's hands-free Bluetooth calling and install a hands-free kit. They plug into the factory stereo in many vehicles with the help of a handy vehicle-specific wiring harness.
In a component system, the tweeter comes separate from the woofer, and you can mount it in a location that provides the best imaging. Your music will sound more realistic, more "live," and have greater depth. The crossover network in a component system comes external to the woofer and tweeter, so higher quality internal components can be used to ensure a sharp delineation between the frequencies sent to the different drivers — that means more realistic sound for the listener. Component systems are generally made of better materials than their full-range counterparts, so they're capable of delivering exceptional dynamics and detailed sound.
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