They installed my stuff a while back (3 years ago) but I figured I would show the rest of yall my review of them.
As for hyper audio, maybe buy a product from them...Maybe. As for any installation, hell no. When I was in high school I took my truck to them to have them install everything for me (I did by fill speakers from them, but they didnt last after a year).
They built my sub box. Was supposed to have a fiberglass inside for the seal.
It was also supposed to hold 2 jl 10s I believe I payed 500 for the install(mind you I already purchased everything, and was told this was their price for the top of the line install) and they used a cheap flat yellow wire to connect my subs up.
The subs blew about a 1.5 years after install and so I recently took the subs out of the box. No fiber glass or even a sealant for the corners. Just wood and maybe wood glue in there. Box was also undersized from what other installers have told me. The carpet they put on the box did not even wrap the entire box. The corners also tore, and by the time they tore, nobody had sat in the back.Also for my sub box, they just ran wire into the box between where MDF would contact other MDF at the edges. they just ran flat wire through it, which further proves my sealed box in fact wasnt sealed.
My components installation was nothing short of complete failure. Helen Keller could of done a better job. The crossovers kept falling off of my panels, and taking the speakers out with them. The midbass was installed on a piece of board they made that falls out and shifts and turns at will. A guy at a well known audio installation place in houston texas on polk street (not trying to give any names)laughed at this.
About 2 months after the install my subs stopped working one day, I took it in to Hyper and had them check it out for me. They took it around back and told me they were both blown and that I needed new subs. I said no thats ok and asked for them to show me where they were blown. He took out the sub and all it was was a wire fell off (surprise surprise) plugged it back on and it went back to working how it was supposed to. Now this was sketchy as hell for me.
I then took it in about 1.5 years after install because my sub was actually blown (king kong wrecks subs). I asked him to take a look because at the time I didnt know they were blown. He took the truck back there said they were blown and since I didnt want to buy new subs through them he hit me with a $60 charge, that he never told me he was going to charge me before taking it back.
All in all its a really shotty place that gets laughed at by other installers (innovative rides, StereoFX). I couldnt resist when I saw someone on here recommend them. I will never go back to them, simply awful business ethics and installations.
I now do my installs by my self, and swear to never go back to them. Im not trying to rag on them to much, but everythign I just said is 100% the truth.