CAR AUDIO SYSTEM

Johnny’s Car Alarm & Tint specializes in professional car audio installations near the Spring Branch area of Houston Texas. We are located on Long Point Rd. in between Bingle Rd. and Wirt Rd.

No one likes to travel in a silent car. Whether you are going for a long drive or want to set the mood for your weekend getaway, you prefer to listen to your favorite songs playing on the car audio system. Sometimes, the factory audio system of your vehicle might not be up to your satisfaction. You might prefer an upgrade and installing a system that would provide you with the sound experience that you are looking for.

At Johnny’s Car Alarm & Tint we can help you with that. We have been in business for over 15 years, specializing in car audio installations. Our certified technicians can help with you with anything regarding car audio.

From replacing your factory radio with a USB and Bluetooth head unit to upgrading your whole sound system with brand new door speakers, an amplifier and subwoofers.

We also offer a wide range of troubleshooting and installation services concerning your car audio system. If you are dealing with an issue on your current car audio system we can help you troubleshoot the problem and find a solution to fix it for you.

Signs of Car Audio and Speaker Problems

The following are some of the common car audio problems that you may experience.
In such cases, feel free to reach out to us for troubleshooting.

 

  • Bad connection

    Sometimes, you can experience a poor connection to an amplifier or wires between the speaker and the sound system. We can help in resolving this issue.

  • Blown speaker

    Visible damage or distorted sounds from the speaker are signs of a blown speaker. In such cases, you have to replace the speaker. We can help in the installation of the same.

  • Blown Fuse

    Your vehicle has many fuses that are used to protect the wiring and electrical equipment. Electrical problems in vehicles that aren’t caused by the alternator or battery are likely the result of a fuse that has overheated and melted, disrupting the flow of electricity.

  • Other stereo & speaker issues

    Other stereo and speaker issues that you may experience are static or crackling noise coming from speakers. Sometimes, you may even pick up some engine through your door speakers when you accelerate. Or you may notice that there is no sound coming from the speaker at all. We will inspect the car audio system to detect the source of the issue and resolve it accordingly.

CAR AUDIO INSTALLATION

SERVICES WE OFFER

  • Troubleshoot (Check Up)
  • Radio Installation (Head Unit)
  • Amp Installations
  • Crossover Installations
  • Capacitor Installations
  • Tweeters (Regular Pillar)
  • Tweeters (Bullet)
  • Door Speakers (Pair)
  • Reverse Camera
  • LED Headlight Conversion Kit Installations

Official Bully Performance Audio Dealer

Johnny’s Car Alarm & Tint is the Official Bully Performance Audio Dealer in Houston Texas. If you are looking to become an authorized Bully Performance Audio distributor contact us and find out how you can receive wholesale prices. Visit BullyPerformanceAudio.com for more information.





    Car Audio Terms and Definitions

    Different types of car audio speakers are available in the market. Learning about their features and advantages will help you make an informed decision while purchasing the most suitable one. The following are some of the common car audio speakers that you can install in your vehicles.

    • Component Speakers offer superior sound and build quality. Additionally, they are customizable.
    • Subwoofers range in varied sizes. They offer the lowest frequency sounds that added depth to the music.
    • Midrange offers sound frequencies that lie between Midbass and Tweeters.
    • Tweeters produce high sound frequencies and provide clarity to instruments and voices.
    • Bullet Tweeters create the highest sound frequencies.
    • Amplifier An electrical circuit designed to increase the current or voltage of an applied signal.
    • Enclosure A box housing a speaker to separate the front sound waves from the rear sound waves.