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bds0688
03-03-2007, 12:52 AM
Not trying to sound cocky, just broadening my horizons and looking for advice. I hope to build something that will blow me away every time I listen to it, and want all the help and advice I can get.

My name is Bryan Stevens. I live in Ohio and attend the University of Akron majoring in Electrical Engineering.

I'm a gamer, computer geek, and car audio nut.
I like cars, but can not work on them for ****.
I get frusrtated easily, more at myself.
My eye/hand coordination is terrible, as such my work looks goofy or inconsistent.

crunktimes.com
03-03-2007, 12:53 AM
sup mang welcome to the madness!

smd4life
03-03-2007, 12:53 AM
thanks for sharing

kickerlivinloud
03-03-2007, 02:38 PM
Howdy!







Jon

denim
03-05-2007, 12:57 PM
hello

Prowler573
03-05-2007, 01:12 PM
I hope to build something that will blow me away every time I listen to it.
Be prepared to spend a sizeable chunk of your discretionary income. :fyi:

and want all the help and advice I can get.
This is a good plan if you're at a novice knowledge level. It's very easy for the uninformed to spend a bunch of money with poor results.

I'm a gamer, computer geek, and car audio nut.
You just described a lot of folks...

I like cars, but can not work on them for ****.
I get frusrtated easily, more at myself.
Frustrated? If you're only just now getting involved with aftermarket car audio as a hobby then get ready to be even more frustrated. ;)
It does have its good points, though. Don't let me run you off prematurely. :laugh:

My eye/hand coordination is terrible, as such my work looks goofy or inconsistent.
You'll wanna work on that...audio installation can, at times, be very tedious. Poor work shows badly.

tapout
03-05-2007, 01:17 PM
Hi OP and Prowler