I am going to start off and confess I am not an audiophile. In fact my Sony head unit and speakers will probably get me laughed out of Wal*Mart nevermind this forum.
I am however a certified automotive technician, big into repair, aftermarket performance and tuning. I want to flush out my skill set, make me more valuable in the job market. I have decided to start by getting my MECP certifications. I know wiring up speakers, fixing broken wires, putting in head units isn't even the tip of the iceberg for this test.
I was hoping people here can lead me in the right direction, reading materials and the such, to prepare myself to add this skill set to my resume. Tell me how much it matters that I haven't installed remote starters, alarms or lock poppers. Is the MECP study guide enough to prepare for this?
I am not entirely interested in learning about what is the best brands, as I never plan on being on the sale side of things, even if you guys can introduce me to stuff that would blow my socks off and that I never heard of before.
Your help and guidance is greatly appreciated.