While it may seem like shameless self-promotion (which it is), my latest book, “How to Design and Install In-Car Entertainment Systems” is finally on the shelves. After months of hard work, late nights and several purpose-built systems, the book is done and on the boat from China. Yeah, they print them in China. Don’t worry, I am sure the paper is lead-free, at least I hope it is.
In case you are wondering, the book covers everything car-audio and then some. The first chapter is all about the fundamentals of car audio and electronics, which is to say a brief primer on automotive acoustics and basic electrical theory. It is presented in a way that is easy to read and understand, so you don’t get bogged down in the mire of technical jargon. The next two chapters are about planning and basic installation tools and techniques.
From there the book gets into the nitty gritty details of installation. Covering all the basics like head units, amps, subs and speakers to MP3 players and GPS. Many of the techniques shown in the book are cutting edge, things you won’t find ANYWHERE else. These are the tips and tricks that make installing car audio much simpler for the novice and may even provide the pro with a few ideas too.
Want to know how to blend a TV into the dash of your
ride? It’s in here.
Always wanted to understand how cancellation and reflective waves work inside a car? Read it here.
Need some guidance for GPS navagation systems? Find your answers in the book.
If you are a beginner in car audio, spending $26 bucks on this book can save you hundreds in mistakes and installation costs. You need this book.
Drop us a line if you want one. We will be selling a few through the site as soon as we get our grubby little hands on them.