Lots of cars these days come with dozens of speakers to pump music into passengers’ ears. But those speakers are heavy, and take up lots of space. That’s why Continental just devised a speaker-less audio system that actually uses your car’s interior trim panels to make sound. Here’s how it works.
Have you ever cranked up the music in your car only to realize you just blew out your cheap factory speakers with too much bass? If you have, you know that once the speaker's blown, it sounds distorted. Thankfully, Instructables user sgtjasonshrout outlines a simple way to fix busted speakers with masking tape.
Whereas we like to think Jalopnik is a fairly safe and friendly place to express an opinion, niche forums can be brutal. Take the story of one young man and his last generation Mercury Cougar at the New Cougar forums. We know it can't be easy to be a Cougar owner — who do you have to look down on? Topaz owners?…