You probably already know how to get a car speaker to work with your car.
You can buy one from a dealership, or buy it directly from the manufacturer.
But the process of installing a car stereo to a new vehicle is a bit more complicated.
Here’s everything you need to know about installing a new speaker.
Step 1: Find a compatible car stereoThis is easy, if you’re already using the car stereo from your previous car.
The easiest way to find a compatible speaker is to try to locate it on the factory’s website.
If the car speaker doesn’t have a listed manufacturer, you might need to find one that does.
Step 2: Buy the speakerThere are several ways to buy a car stereos.
Some have a list of approved speakers, others have specific features that they require.
For the purposes of this guide, we’ll be using the same system we use for our review of the LG-N8100.
Step 3: Choose the car speakersThe process is similar for the LG N8100 as for the other car stereotracks.
You need to select the right car speaker for the right vehicle.
You’ll need to be able to find the speaker in your car’s system and in the dashboard.
If it’s a factory product, the manufacturer’s name will usually be printed in the box.
For this guide we’re using the brand name, LG.
It might not be the same brand name for all speakers.
Step 4: Get the speaker set upThe easiest way for us to get the LG 7-inch speaker set-up for our test car was to use a pair of earbuds.
These are typically cheap and available online.
If you don’t have one in your household, a pair can be found for under $100.
The LG-7-inch speakers are listed on the LG website for $250.
Step 5: Connect the earbud to the speakerThe first thing you need is a pair to connect to your car stereo.
The sound is a little muffled when it comes to the center channel, but it’s loud enough to hear.
It’s also a little louder in the subwoofer.
The other speakers are a little quieter, but they can still make an impact.
The pair that we used to connect the earphones to the LG speaker didn’t have an HDMI input.
We’ll be getting an HDMI-to-HDMI cable later in this article.
Step 6: Put your earphones onThe earphones should fit snugly in your ears.
If they feel loose, loosen them a little.
You don’t want the earplug to move around as you drive.
Step 7: Start listeningThe next step is to start listening to the sound of the speakers.
You should be able with your ears to hear the sound coming from your car speakers.
The more you listen, the more the speakers will sound.
This is because they have a slightly different frequency response.
The LG 7″ speaker system features a frequency response of 140Hz to 14kHz.
If your car doesn’t offer a subwoofers, you’ll have to pick between a pair or a sub that will sound similar.
Step 8: Put them in your systemThe next thing you want to do is put your earbude and the sub on the speaker systems in your vehicle.
The earbuding is a simple, plastic insert with a small microphone that fits into the bottom of the earpiece.
The sub is an old, plastic cable that you can insert into the top of the sub and use as a remote.
Step 9: Test your carIf your car system has a sub, you should hear the sub’s frequency response when you start driving.
If not, the sub will sound muffled.
You might have to turn the sub up a little more to get it to sound loud enough.
You can also test the sub by putting the sub into the sub control panel.
If everything sounds good, you can put the sub in and then test it again.