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netherland24
05-21-2005, 09:33 PM
Auto sound is a good shop being that there are 1 of 3 in our college town, there prices are high but they are freindly people. They try there best to hook you up too with wiring and little things overall they are good. If your cheap dont go here.

Goldenknob
09-27-2005, 01:28 AM
agreed I've been there.. they are really nice in helping with problems.

crun2121
03-19-2009, 08:27 PM
I called around to a few places here in Denton, to get an estimate to install an Alpine cd player into my 2005 Chev. Silverado crew cab. I went up to the shop and asked the guy who was in charge if he could look at my setup and give me an estimate. He acted like he was wasting his time with me when there was nobody else in the shop. He kept telling me all this extra **** that I would need (that I already had), and it would turn out to be $200 JUST for the install. I laughed in his face and said the cd player isnt even worth that much. He was dead serious and I jetted. Went to Audio Plus Accessories and they did a great job for $70.

b8sah0l1c
03-19-2009, 08:53 PM
any of you guys remember autosound in dallas. the one located on preston and beltline. the manager there was joe. does anyone know where he went to now. he always been real cool with me. always hook me up. i move out of town so i lost track of him when they shut down. would like for him to do some work for me again.

Ferendon
03-19-2009, 08:58 PM
I called around to a few places here in Denton, to get an estimate to install an Alpine cd player into my 2005 Chev. Silverado crew cab. I went up to the shop and asked the guy who was in charge if he could look at my setup and give me an estimate. He acted like he was wasting his time with me when there was nobody else in the shop. He kept telling me all this extra **** that I would need (that I already had), and it would turn out to be $200 JUST for the install. I laughed in his face and said the cd player isnt even worth that much. He was dead serious and I jetted. Went to Audio Plus Accessories and they did a great job for $70.
That's because autosound quoted it with an OS3-BOSE or OS3 data interface harness, and the other shop used a 70-2003 or the like, and ran their own ignition. The OS3 is technicall the right way to do it, if you want to retain OnStar, door chimes, turn signal click, and low fuel light chime. Running a new ignition gets the radio working on the cheap, but you lose those features.

**** it Rambo. He works for AutoSound, BTW. He's just tooting his own fat, ugly horn.

:laugh:

netherland24
04-30-2009, 07:08 PM
That's because autosound quoted it with an OS3-BOSE or OS3 data interface harness, and the other shop used a 70-2003 or the like, and ran their own ignition. The OS3 is technicall the right way to do it, if you want to retain OnStar, door chimes, turn signal click, and low fuel light chime. Running a new ignition gets the radio working on the cheap, but you lose those features.

**** it Rambo. He works for AutoSound, BTW. He's just tooting his own fat, ugly horn.

:laugh:

WOW really? really? come on now do we need to discuss you being a "Ginger kid"

wow don't be upset that I make more then you do! also i dont work at AUTOSOUND in DENTON its our sister store....

I work at the Autosound in Lewisville... Just an FYI!

TwoEggCustoms
08-24-2009, 05:37 PM
can someone comfirm that this shop is still standing and who i can contact to get a quote for installation?

PIITB Wut Wut
08-24-2009, 05:42 PM
are u in texas or florida lol?

TwoEggCustoms
08-25-2009, 06:31 PM
im in cali lmao but im sellin some stuff to a friend in tx that had her last system destroyed by best buy and im lookin for a decent shop to do an install of sub/amp for her