Re: Is this a good price for an install?
It's not outrageous by any means, but with some time and <$400 in tools and materials, you could do the install yourself. That would give you more pride in your install and you'll know it was done right(and you'll know what was skipped on if it isn't installed right).
--My truck: 2007 GMC 1500 crew cab, Kenwood DNX570HD, DLS front stage, SQ3500.1, 3x RD Alpha Max 15"s in 6th order blow through, Second Skin deadening.
--Wife's car: 2013 Chevrolet Impala LTZ, Kenwood DNX470, GermanMAESTRO components on CT125.2, 2x AT10"s on an AT800.1, RF Deadskin deadening.
--Work truck: 2014 GMC 2500 crew cab, Kenwood DNX470, Kenwood front stage, DD M1A on a pair of American Bass XD10s.