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12/04/2012
By: noize909
California Sound
All Around Great Shop Professional Installation Great Staff And Time Is Money So They Had My car Back To Me The Same Day .
09/09/2012
By: anthony645i
RSM Motorsports
Have nothing but good things to say about these guys. And I do owe them an apology.....sorry for taking my truck to Stereo City where I was ripped off and disatisfied with there shabby, unprofessional work. Thank you for cleaning up what they did not do and making it right. The money was well spent having you correct it. Thanks!!!!! Frank!!! youre the best bro!!
09/09/2012
By: anthony645i
Stereo City
I would have to agree with the others who stated there cases about the company. Tino although a nice guy will lie to you waste youre time and then on top of that, the installers will install very shabby work, nasty, ragged looking cuts, wont vacuum out the shavings and dirt, nothing professional. VERY Poor service!!!! I will not go back. I wish I wouldve looked them up prior to going there, I have to pay another company to clean up the install. Its my fault for not looking them up, dont want the hassle in small claims or trying to get them to do it right. Even had my son buy there equipment and had to take our cars back twice and still didnt complete what was needed to be done. So glad I didnt take my wifes Porsche up there. Very poor installation quality at best.
07/08/2012
By: robssr.
RSM Motorsports
Found these youngsters to b exceptionally professional n VERY affordable. I was completely satisfied............
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02/21/2012
By: hightorquemarine
California Sound
I went to california sound for a navigation system and tint. They did a wonderful job they were very professional and courteous they even bought me lunch. Thanks joe. great job!!
06/22/2011
By: richman1
Stereo City
These guys are shysters.. To much to tell you, There is No return policy. it only applies to manifacture repair ONLY within 90 days of purchase. This is a racket. They have NO IDEA that top end sterios need adapters for steering wheel controls, tvs etc. that cost $100ea . I needed buy 4 but ended up w/3 cause it was going to cost me over $2k for the entire system. was told after the fact. Then if your not watching your stuff they will trade it for less expensive model. I caught them on this but they played it off as an honest mistake blamming the good price they gave. right?. Their hand written reciepts are unlegiable, they never put the part # or model # on their invoices so watch out. Ross runs the shop and Shadi and San Tino are his sales guys that will avoid you and literally leave at the counter if alone if your not buying an item. NO custermer service here ! Ross always acts like he never knows what is going on when issue arrise. I should of left when I witness two separate African Americans ( two different cust) get into it with them over not following though with THEIR part of the bargin.. I guess you learn as you go on in life.
03/26/2011
By: ne14aj
California Sound
These guys at California sound INC totally destroyed my Cars interior. They lost all the clips on my door panels and replaced them by drilling wood Screws into my doors FRAME and Door panels. The Guy down there named "Kevin" which come to find out, his real name is Abdul , he is the shady OWNER of the place. Keep your eye on him, he will rip you off any chance he gets. Hes a short, smooth talking Salesmen, They don't use there real names down there for a reason. DO NOT GO TO THIS PLACE. And they also have a shop in Fontana and the High Desert. BUYER BEWARE!
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To install a basic car stereo you will need a minimum of tools. First you may need a puller to remove the existing deck (if there is one). Usually it’s just a thin bar that hooks onto the unit to pull it out. Once the unit space is established, you will need crimpers and wire cutters to strip, connect, and crimp the wiring units (to the speakers and to your power source). It’s a good idea to use connectors for the wiring contacts. It is a simple and basic process. In some cases, you might need some additional basic tools like screwdrivers if you are mounting anything or customizing the dash.
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