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      10-09-2012, 06:12 AM   #1
Alex.Devol
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which of these audio upgrades?

Just looking for advice on which of the 3 below options appears best of first glance. Apologies in advance for appearing lazy, i actually have tried reading the advised threads & stickies which are immediately posted when noobs like me ask questions regarding audio DIY, but the point is I have decided NOT to try and DIY and so these threads are of no help to me. I have a decent ear but i know absolutely nothing about the theory of car audio or components, i also have little free time to learn and am overwhelmed & confused by the minefield of information and options available, so instead I've opted to get a professional to do something turn-key and leave me out of it!

The worry is that the usual customer for services like this (such as myself) is completely ignorant and ends up getting ripped off. All i'm asking from anyone who can be of help is which (if any) of the below options looks to be the best, if anyone has any knowledge of the components being used, reputation of dealer, value for money etc. - it's all nonsense to me at this point so greatly appreciate any help.

budget is about 900. I currently have a CIC nav car but with the base sound system.

also any other options are very welcome.

1) http://www.audiofile-incar.co.uk/ind...d=46&Itemid=83

(do 3 options, only 2 of which are affordable for me and the 8" earthquake subs seem excessive for my needs anyway)

2) http://www.raysmith.co.uk/blog/2012/...o-improvement/

(these do 5 options)

3) http://www.kandmacoustics.co.uk/news...audio-for-bmw/

option 3 is i contact these who are local to me and go with a shopping list which I either pick from the 100's of threads on here & hope i get right, or one of your kind selves suggests.


Again, sorry for appearing lazy on the surface of things, although its more a case of knowing not to get involved with things i don't understand. thanks in advance to anyone who can help.
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