You may have heard that cars like the Nissan Altima and Honda Civic sound different to their outside-in counterparts.
That’s because they use different types of speakers to produce different levels of sound.
The same is true for your car.
And it’s even more true for sound in your car, says Paul Taylor, a lecturer at the University of Warwick.
But how does the difference in sound actually work?
And what’s the difference between a loud noise and a low-level noise?
In this episode of TechRadars, we explore the science behind this phenomenon and the many reasons why you may want to buy a new stereo.
You’ll hear how sound in a car affects your home, and how the differences can be used to create the perfect home sound.