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    Seeking photos and system diagrams of show cars

    Forum-goers -

    I'm a writer and editor out of New York City, and I'm giving a presentation on the current state of competitive car audio tomorrow for an audience that will include the New York Times and some local TV stations. My speaking points are mint, but I'm currently lacking a compelling photo collection of show cars, as well as diagrams of the components used in those cars (such as http://www.hometheaterhifi.com/volum...o-layout-2.jpg).

    If you would be willing to have your car featured in the discussion, please email any photos, diagrams or questions to me at [email protected]. My gratitude will be epic and endless.

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    Re: Seeking photos and system diagrams of show cars

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    Re: Seeking photos and system diagrams of show cars

    See if there are any loud cars in your area, which Im sure there will be. If you could somehow work out having these people hear one of these stereos that can play 155+db on music, they would have a much better respect for what we do.

    Ive done presentations on car audio for classes, and you can tell them all you want about what it sounds and feels like to sit in a car at 160dbs, but until they experience it for themselves, they wont have quite the same respect for it.

    Post up the article or how everything turned out. Always cool seeing an article about car audio.




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