$65 for MP3 Auxiliary-Adapter Installation at Daryll’s Car Audio ($159.85 Value)

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Techs outfit cars with auxiliary MP3 adapters

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Expires Dec 26th, 2012. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 2 per visit. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Extra fee for vehicles requiring antenna adapters. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$65 for MP3-Player Auxiliary-Adapter Installation ($159.85 Value)

Technicians soup up stereo systems by fitting them with MP3 adapters.

Daryll’s Car Audio

Backed by an extensive list of products and services, Daryll’s Car Audio's technicians augment autos with electronics both entertaining and essential. They install JL Audio bass packages that blast out pounding rhythms and nestle mobile entertainment systems into headrests, dashboards, and overhead compartments. Techs also install remote car starters, keyless entry, and alarm systems to warm, cool, and protect roadsters. While GPS systems guide drivers safely to their destinations, satellite radio plays on portable units or hides covertly behind existing stereos. Techs also soup up auto exteriors, boosting curb appeal with LED lights or animatronic hood ornaments.

Daryll’s Car Audio

Backed by an extensive list of products and services, Daryll’s Car Audio's technicians augment autos with electronics both entertaining and essential. They install JL Audio bass packages that blast out pounding rhythms and nestle mobile entertainment systems into headrests, dashboards, and overhead compartments. Techs also install remote car starters, keyless entry, and alarm systems to warm, cool, and protect roadsters. While GPS systems guide drivers safely to their destinations, satellite radio plays on portable units or hides covertly behind existing stereos. Techs also soup up auto exteriors, boosting curb appeal with LED lights or animatronic hood ornaments.

For those who strive to keep their car looking good and running well