Yes, yes I know it sounds weird, I'm doing a review of a computer store!!! Don't fret my audio friends, Wulf Computers has expanded in the over the past year and has now started to sell car audio. I went to Robby at Wulf because my midbass for my Rainbow set blew. He is now an authorized Rainbow dealer so, he helped me out big time. It was shipped out asap and he dealt with everything for me and got it back to me as quickly as he could.
Basically, this is how his whole store operates, it is all about customer service and helping in any way he can. He also knows a lot about the craft, but like all of us knows you can never know it all and reads all he can. He does installs, builds boxes and is in the process of having a full-demo room.
He designed a built a box for my Honda Ridgeline, which is a tight, tight space to work with. The box fits perfectly and has excellent build quality. He designed the box, sent me a file I could open on my computer so I could check it out before he built it. It is awesome and I appreciate it Robby!!!
The all most important part, the prices are right, I didn't feel like I was ripped off like some places in the area. I have bought and dealt with other deals in town, Sante Fe Auto Sound, NW Audio, Max Speed and Sound, Independence, etc...I get around, and Wulf was by far my best experience.
If you are in the KC area and are on here, head out to Grain Valley (out just past Blue Springs) and check it out. I know I'll be going back to check out the demo area when it gets done and I can also let some people listen to my Rainbow setup if they want something to go by.
In a nutshell, he carries all the brands that people on these boards love, Rainbow, RE, Sundown, DLS, Pioneer, Powerbass as well as others.
I found my new audio connection. I did know it was there until he contacted me through these forums when he saw I was having some troubles with my Rainbows. He didn't charge me to ship them out, even though I did not buy them through him. That is **** good service and support. Check them out. And check out his pimp computer system in his truck.