laury posted on June 7, 2013 02:39
Just listed a bunch of new Cadence Audio! New products, cheaper prices!

jay posted on February 18, 2013 13:33



Hey everyone, we've got some new car audio & video gear in our "On Sale" section so hit the link below for some savings!



Christmas has come early! We're featuring Car Audio & Video with 10 Holiday Deals Everyday for 10 Days! We'll be revealing these deals everyday so don't miss out, these deals will last only until the 17th of this Month.

jay posted on July 25, 2011 08:31


Earthquake Sound designs, manufactures, and markets high performance audio systems for use in home, automotive, and pro-sound audio systems. You'll be happy to learn that we carry most of their products, such as the TNT Series that now features a line of Subwoofers and 2-Way Coaxial Speakers. Now you can have a complete TNT sound system in your vehicle. The TNT Subs features 10 and 12 inche, each available in single 4-Ohm and Dual 4-Ohm options. THe TD5S is also available, a Fully Digital 5 Channel Amp, one install that does it all. The TD5X's 3000 watts of max power is more than anyone will ever need in such an install. It has 4 channels for your front and rear sound quality imaging and with over 100 WRMS per channel, it is more than enough for any coaxial, 6 x 9 or component speakers. These and many more can be found on our site,

The KFC-P509P is part of the Performance Series of speaker systems from Kenwood and is at the high end systems that deliver full range of music with accuracy and warmth. This component speaker system includes two 5-1/4" woofers and two 1" dome tweeters, along with in-line crossover networks that simplify installtion. Each woofer cone features a Diamond Array pattern that increases the strength of its surface, improving bass response as well as reducing internal virations and other distortions. The separate 1" tweeter also delivers superior quality sound that mounts at a closer to your ear location to give high frequency details more effectively.




  • Injected Polypropylene Cone with Diamond Array Pattern
  • Advanced Crossover Network
  • 1" Swivel Dome Tweeter
  • 240W Peak Input Power
  • 45W Rated Input Power
  • 4 Ohm Impedance
  • 63Hz - 24kHz Frequency Response

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SVR introduces its line of Platinum Series car audio batteries. Featuring proprietary low pressure self sealing valves and factory tested to prevent premature dry-out for dependable, long-term battery service.



Advanced absorbed glass mat (AGM) technology that's a special micro porous separators to absorb all the electrolyte lowering internal resistance, increasing power, maximize space utilization, and eliminating leaks for save installation and storage. Puncture resistant glass mat separators. Lowers internal resistance for superior high-rate power while protecting against failures & shorts. Contains pure lead, low calcium and high tin to delivery quick high-rate power. For easy installation and maintenance ensuring the highest current-carrying capacities. Exclusive thru-partitioned weld seals. Ensures superior quality maximizing current transfer between cells.



  • Voltage: 12
  • 20 ah rate: 29.2 ah
  • Max amps for 60 seconds: 213.1
  • Max amps for 300 seconds: 122.3
  • Dimensions: 7.71" L x 5.18" W x 6.93" H
  • Terminal: Copper insert
  • Weight: 27 lb
SVR 20-ah Rate Planimun Series Car Audio Battery Models:

SVR800P 19 20-Ah

SVR1500P 29.2 20-Ah
SVR2000P 48.8 20-Ah
SVR3000P 73 20-Ah
SVR3500P 88.2 20-Ah
SVR4000P 93.6 20-Ah

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Online Car Stereo is now carrying Oxygen Audio Products. Oxygen Audio has a wide variety of car audio products that give power to your system and yet easy on the wallet. They carry In-Dash Receivers, Speakers, Components, Amplifiers, Subwoofers, Accessories, and more. Head over to browse through the Oxygen Audio products.

Mike Stiers over at Maxxsonics has put together another great video for the Car Audio community. Everyone who is thinking of upgrading their stock car audio system to an aftermarket audio system should definitely take a look.

In this video Mike will show you how to prep your car's wiring to handle the upgrade and how to replace your standard car battery with one more suited to the application. In this case, Mike uses the Kinetik KHC1800



A few words from Mike:

 So you've decided to upgrade your car stereo system? A great deal of research and planning should go into this purchase since there is a lot to consider. Do you desire a nice upgrade of your factory speakers, are you looking for a Sound Quality overall of speakers, subwoofers and amplifiers, or are you designing a vision-blurring SPL machine? It is important to make a list of exactly what you are looking to replace or add to your audio system so that you can prepare your electrical system for the investment to come. 

Many people do not realize that their vehicles factory electrical system was not designed for aftermarket audio equipment. In fact, most factory electrical systems can only handle an audio system of 600 to 1200 watts. The lower end of the scale being the smaller vehicles and most foreign rides, and the upper end being large trucks and sport utility vehicles. As you increase demand, you need to look at upgrading your battery, alternator and most importantly your Big 3. 


The Big 3 consists of upgrading three wires under the hood of your vehicle. You can completely replace the three wires detailed below, or simply add additional wires to existing factory wires, the choice is yours. The existing factory wires are generally 8 gauge or smaller and are not designed for the high current demands of an aftermarket audio system. It is recommended that you use a nice insulated 0 gauge wire so that you only have to do this series of upgraded once. 

The first of the Big 3 is the positive charging wire from your alternator to your battery positive. This wire must be fused within 12 of the positive battery terminal connection. The fuse value should be equivalent to the maximum amperage your wire can handle, which is based on the size and distance of the wire. If you have an upgraded, high output, alternator you will remove your factory alternator charge wire altogether and use the replacement described above.

The second upgrade for the Big 3 is the engine ground to chassis or in some cases, engine ground to battery negative. This is extremely important because this ground is also what ties the alternator ground, through the engine block, to the vehicle chassis. For this step, you want to add your 0 gauge ground to the existing ground. Just clean the area thoroughly and secure the two grounds using the same bolts and locations if possible. 

The final upgrade for the Big 3 is the ground wire from battery negative to chassis. If you do not have access to the frame of the vehicle, dont settle for a piece of sheet metal under the hood, but rather locate the strut tower, remove a nut from the thread, sand all paint and debris, connect the 0 gauge ground using a ring terminal on the thread and tighten the nut down. This strut thread has direct access to the vehicle frame and will provide far less resistance than using sheet metal and relying on spot welds. Leave the factory ground in place and clean any dirt, rust or debris from this connection using sandpaper or a stiff wire brush. Through these three steps, you have successfully made huge progress in improving the electrical systems performance, decreased resistance, and enhanced the ability to supply power to your aftermarket audio system. 


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