Music In Motion is a car audio company that specializes in high-quality automobile audio modifications. That means that when you come to us for anything related to your vehicle, from a speaker upgrade to a complete car audio system installation, you can rest assured that you’re speaking with professionals who have the training and daily experience to ensure that your car audio upgrade runs smoothly and sounds great.
It’s understandable that you want to learn how to update your car sound; we haven’t found a stock car stereo system we like either! So, where do you begin? Is it better to use the speakers, the head unit (radio), or an amplifier? To begin, we prefer to ask a few questions, such as:
We can begin putting out an upgrade path for your car audio system based on these and other questions.
We tune your system to maximize its performance after we’ve assisted you in selecting your new car audio system and conducted a proper installation. We use sophisticated audio and electrical analyzers, as well as our ears, to dial in the highest sound quality possible. Setting amplifier gain levels, speaker crossover points, equalization levels, and other parameters are all part of this process.
We can check your car audio system’s settings, fix things appropriately, and tune your system to your taste, even if you had it installed elsewhere or did it yourself.
We didn’t learn how to perform automobile audio properly overnight. Years of training, practice, and experience have aided us in becoming the specialists that our clients have grown to rely on. On our Flickr page, you can see some of our installations, and on our Google and Facebook pages, you can read reviews and consumer feedback.
Come see us at our Boyne City, Michigan store and enjoy a tour of Music In Motion. We’d be happy to demonstrate to you how and why we install automobile audio the way we do.
In order to work on a vehicle nowadays, our installation professionals must be experts in a variety of abilities. Today’s simple car radio installation (or deck install) begins with the careful removal of dash trim panels; programming and wiring of data interface modules to the car’s data network and steering wheel controls; integration with any other vehicle entertainment system and backup cameras and other systems; and finally, full testing of all sources (radio, DVD, etc.).
After that, we tweak the equalizers, crossovers, and time correction function on your new stereo to improve the fidelity of your vehicle’s stereo system. Finally, we put the dash back together and take off the protective coverings.
The vehicle is now ready to be delivered to you, at which time we will link your gadgets to your new stereo and demonstrate how to use the radio’s features. All of this for a radio installation in a car!
When it comes to speaker installs, amplifier improvements, subwoofer integrations, and everything else, we go above and above.
During each automobile audio installation, we use a variety of tools and test equipment. Of course, there are the essentials, such as screwdrivers, socket sets, and wire cutters. The variety of tools required to work on all makes and models of automobiles today is frequently way beyond what even the most dedicated do-it-yourself car audio enthusiasts have in their toolboxes.
We use a variety of specialized panel-removal tools, as well as electronic test equipment such as oscilloscopes, vehicle electrical system testers, scan tools, and vehicle platform-specific programmers; Real Time Audio Analyzers (RTA); phase testing tools; Sound Pressure Level (SPL) meters, and other tools.
For the vehicles and items in use, we additionally subscribe to a number of vehicle information databases, manufacturer databases, and integration procedure-specific databases. Some of them cost hundreds of dollars per year to subscribe to, but we consider them an investment – a need for effectively and safely installing a car stereo in your current car or truck.
This is a frequently asked question to which the answer is No. Your warranty is unaffected by having a new car audio installed in your vehicle, and there are rules in place that spell this out. Our product suppliers go to great lengths to guarantee that their products are compatible with your vehicle, and they frequently work directly with vehicle manufacturers to enhance OEM systems.
The quality of the equipment you choose is not as crucial as the installation of your new car speakers or subwoofer. Vehicles now are more complicated than they were 30 years ago, when automobile audio was first introduced. Fortunately, our investment in training and tools has kept us up to speed and qualified to work on the most recent vehicles and their digital audio systems.
Impact on your vehicle’s electrical system, integration with your vehicle’s data bus systems, and any changes or fabrication of parts to adapt sizes and fit are all things to consider and review.