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12/29/2016
By: dperry0
Rollin Sound
I have been to allot of places to have work done but this place has to be the WORST EVER!I had a receiver and Amp installed. The radio was sticking out almost a half inch. Not nearly close to a factory look the amplifier was just laying in the trunk (not mounted) cables where just lying on top of the carpet. The amp was not even set up properly. Took it back to them they did make it look better but still not that factory look like I saw on other installations. I decided to have them install the steering wheel controls. Went and picked the car up and drove it home expecting everything to work correctly then I noticed the phone button on the steering column didn't work and the DVD track button would not switch tracks. I also noticed by the time I got home the volume level would automatically get turned down without me touching it. You could see it on the screen. I took it back and was talking to one of the techs about it and he said they all do that and there is nothing you can do about. Well I belong to a Corvette Club and my buddy has the same reciever with the same steering wheel controls and all buttons work fine, so I told the tech if he can't fix it I would like to get my money back and take it somewhere else. Well about that time another Installer chimed in and basically said I had an attitude problem and he didn't give an fxxx where I took it while the manager was standing right there and he did nothing. Couldn't believe what I was hearing so un-profesional. So I got my money back but not all of it took it to DaddyO's they put in the steering wheel controls while I waited and everything works fine. They said they couldn't believe they said that about the steering wheel controls they have installed a lot of them with hardly any issues. Don’t go there.
12/07/2016
By: Matt A.
Rollin Sound
I have had JB work on many of my vehicles. From head units, speakers, amps, subs, tint, remote start, etc. I'm always happy with the honest quotes, reasonable prices, and service
08/02/2015
By: Crystal M.
Audio Addiction
Horrible experience. I will let me husband write his own review explaining his interaction with the owner... My husbands car was scratched during installation. One of the workers apologized and spoke to owner who said they would take care of it. I followed my husband to drop his car off for them to repair paint.. Long story short the owner took my husbands car from the original shop that was agreed upon to repair scratches in paint.. it was taken without notifying my husband of the change or gaining permission. My husband found out through the original shop. When my husband called the owner of Audio Addiction (George) he told my husband he should be lucky they are even fixing it because they did not do it(after they admitted to it and agreed to fix it). Once car was fixed, I took my husband to pick it up. The paint hand one bubble in it and dirt trapped in it. There was also a portion that was not completed(it appeared to have been sanded and painted but the top coat was missing). Leaving the paint rough to touch and dull. My husband and I spoke with the owner(George) who told us to just fix it ourselves "use nail polish remover and that will fix it".. he was claiming it was overspray. Which it was clearly NOT. Then proceeded to accuse us of lying stating "we didn't do the scratches so I'm doing you a favor". In regards to the audio work.. there was a lose speaker and the door panel clip was broken and not reinstalled. The owner is very rude and condescending.
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07/15/2015
By: dsciolino36
Audio Addiction
Shady business. Stay AWAY. BEWARE!!!!!!!!!!
09/27/2014
By: Tara T.
Auto Radio Service Inc
I took my car into this shop to price having a DVD player installed for my kids. He checked everything out and gave me a fair estimate for ordering the parts and his labor. When I picked up my car it totally looked as if it came in the car as if I bought it that way. It was up in the roof of my car and flipped down toward the backseat so the kids can watch it without it hindering me to drive. Excellent and Professional Work Done. I would definitely recommend THIS SHOP 100%.
07/20/2013
By: omar.oweis.5
Daddyo's
cheap, excellent food and fast!!!!
11/16/2011
By: bmadselecta
Quad City Sound & Car Accessories
I paid these guys to tint my sedan yesterday and they did the WORST possible job. This is the sloppiest car tint you can possibly find. DO NOT GO TO QUAD CITY SOUND in JAX!!!!!!!!!
Tips & Advices
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