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What You'll Get
Unlike pets and houseguests, vehicles don’t hold grudges after getting sprayed with a hose and locked outside the house. Thank understanding cars with today's Groupon: for $50, you get $100 worth of car stereos, mobile video, window tinting, and other car accessories at Audio House on Soscol Avenue.
The experts at Audio House gussy up auto acoustics and aesthetics with thumping sound systems, sky-reading satellite radio, and window tinting. Fresh Kenwood 4-inch three-way car speakers ($59.99, may require installation) inspire street-level celebrations, and a JVC CD receiver ($99.99, may require installation) gobbles up favorite discs. SiriusXM radio draws down countless stations attuned to your tastes ($79.99+, may require installation), guarded honorably by an Autopage car alarm ($99, may require installation). Myriad other bits of auto jewelry include window tinting ($50+), Bluetooth headsets for car-bound conference calls ($89.99, no installation required), and see-through cell-phone and iPad shields ($12.99–$24.99). Professional installation is also available for all electronics ($75/hour), preventing the blunders of conning toddlers who claim they know what they're doing.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 16, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid for sale items. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Audio House
Audio House's fully insured, MECP-certified installers carefully wire vehicles with an assortment of auto-enhancing devices and accessories. Remote-start systems let owners rouse slumbering motors at a distance, and car alarms from such top manufacturers as Viper and Auto Page unleash a barrage of honks, beeps, and freight-train noises to alert drivers of would-be thieves. In-dash GPS systems put hassle-free navigation at drivers' fingertips, and device-integration services couple mp3 players and cell phones with existing audio infrastructure. For an entertainment upgrade, the crew can install mobile video accessories and add tinted windows to shield cars from passing bikers trying to sneak a peek of the in-cabin movie.