Car Stereo Cookbook by Mark RumreichCar Stereo Cookbook by Mark Rumreich

Car Stereo Cookbook

byMark Rumreich

Paperback | May 17, 2005

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The first edition of this book was written six years ago. Since then, there have been some significant developments in the area of car audio (and video). In addition, many of the products featured in the first edition are now obsolete. While the first edition of the book continues to sell, we have seen a bit of a slow-down at major accounts. This edition promises to be even more successful than the last.Car Stereo Cookbook, 2e is a completely revamped edition of a hugely successful title that continues to sell. This revised book will include new information on mobile video, satellite radio, mp3, wma, digital broadcast radio, and will eliminate the out-of-date products that are no longer pertinent.
Mark Rumreich is a senior design engineer for TLC-Thomson Electronics who specializes in analog and digital audio and video systems and circuits. He has written numerous articles for Electronics Now, Speaker Builder, Radio-Electronics, and Audio Amateur magazines and taught seminars in loudspeaker design and automotive acoustics. Mr. R...
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Title:Car Stereo CookbookFormat:PaperbackDimensions:352 pages, 9 × 7.3 × 0.9 inPublished:May 17, 2005Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0071448470

ISBN - 13:9780071448475

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Table of Contents

Speakers and Speaker Projects

Subwoofers and Subwoofer Projects

Headunit Projects

Mobile Video Projects

Amplifiers and Amplifier Projects

OEM (Premium Factory Sound) Conversion Projects

How to Upgrade Ford/JBL Systems

How to Upgrade Chrysler/Infinity Systems

Equalizers and Equalizer Projects

Biamping and Crossovers

CD Changer Projects

Accessories

Battling Noise Problems