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Old 05-01-2006, 11:32 AM
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Audio Shop In Ma

does anyone know of any good Audio places in MA? i go to Bentley in Waltham and there are two places here, but they both are overcharging to the extreme!! anyone have a good reliable place for prices as well?

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Well what exactly are you trying to do? Much of the stuff audio shops do.. a person can do at home. Also, what are you looking for? Its also much cheaper to buy stuff online (We do have some vendors here at FTE that do car audio...good prices). As a side note, a younger brother of mine goes to Bentley. He will be graduating in a few weeks time. Beautiful campus out there!
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im looking for a full audio system.. speaker replacement, sub and amp.. i have everything else.

whats your bros name?
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Well if you want to save a few bucks, you can purchase a deck and speakers, and install those by yourself. Those are very easy upgrades. As for a sub and amp, that can be a bit more difficult, with grounding and what not. I dont know many shops in Eastern MA. I used Rayco car electronics in Auburn probably 8 or 9 years ago. They did a pretty good job. I would search around online for some tips and tutorials about installation of the others (or check out FTE's 'car audio' forum!). I dont think its out of the reach of anyone, who has a little understanding behind them (plus you will save some big $).
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what about wmass/northern ct for a shop any ideas?

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