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Your Guide to Marine Sound

  • Posted by agency-it
  • On July 29, 2017
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  • audio, Audio Express, boat, lake, marine, summer, watercraft, waterproof
No matter where you live, everyone wants to be on the water during the sizzling summer months. On those days, relaxing in a boat and listening to your favorite tunes can be exactly what you need to escape the daily grind. This means that you should make sure that your boat’s audio system is top-notch. Understand the Components Choosing the right audio equipment for your boat is vital, and the options are extensive. One of the most important aspects of choosing your audio components is making sure your equipment is going to stand up to any exposure to water, salt and adverse weather you may encounter. Luckily, Audio Express has everything you’ll need, including professional installation, to guarantee that you will be ready to hit the water. The main marine audio equipment categories to consider when building your system are receivers, speakers, subwoofers, amplifiers and remotes that will give you control of your system from anywhere on your boat. Marine Recievers When it comes to receivers, we have equipment for every price range. For those looking for something affordable that will still give you great quality and durability, the Kenwood KMR-D765BT Marine Receiver will give you access to SiriusXM (with the addition of an added tuner), Bluetooth, MP3/WMA playback and subwoofer controls at a great price, plus you can purchase additional remote controllers for placement in swim steps on near the steering wheel, as many times boat stereos are far from the driver. If you’re looking for a receiver that has all those features, as well as a more rugged frame, a weather band tuner, optional remote and a larger 3.5-inch color display, the JL Audio MM100S Marine Audio Receiver might be just what you’re looking for. Marine Speakers The speaker, amplifier and subwoofer setup you choose is just as important as the receiver, and our audio professionals can help you make the right decision. We have a wide range of marine speakers, ranging from 6.5-inch to 8.8-inch speakers that provide great sound, and the marine protective coating will give you years of enjoyment on the water. If you’re looking for the deep bass that only a subwoofer can provide, we offer marine subwoofers that don’t require a dedicated enclosure and will give the low-range sound you are looking for. These are called Infinite baffle style subs, and can be cut into many spots in boats to give great sound without loss of space. We want your time on the water to be full of fun, excitement and to be punctuated by awesome sound from equipment that will stand up to the elements. You will want a system that works for your boat, has the features you want and gives the sharp sound you expect. Audio Express To find your perfect set up, come to one of our Audio Express many store locations and talk to one of our trained audio specialists, or visit the marine stereo section of our website. And don’t forget that Audio Express offers financing options to get you exactly what you want with an affordable payment option.
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Audio Express Remote Start Systems

What You Need to Know about Remote Start

  • Posted by agency-it
  • On June 27, 2017
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  • Audio Express, auto start, automatic start, key fob, keyless entry, remote start, summer, winter
Practically everyone knows what remote starters are, but not everyone knows how they work or what they should look for when selecting one for their automobile. At Audio Express, our professional installation team can help answer these five most frequently asked questions about remote starters and help you select the right car remote start installation for your needs and lifestyle. Automatic Start for a Car Won’t Void the Warranty Installing a remote start on your vehicle won’t void your vehicle’s warranty… but it may save money on your insurance premium if equipped with an alarm. Check with your insurance company to find out more. Pros Can Handle the Installation Quickly Car remote start installation doesn’t take long to complete. In most cases, a few hours is all it takes to install, test, and put the finishing touches on, giving you years of convenience and enjoyment. Many Systems Can Be Coupled with the Factory Fob Many consumers worry they will have to give up their key or change their fob when they install a car remote start. This used to be the case “back in the old days,” but times have moved forward and many fobs and keys can be easily coupled with remote starter systems, and in some vehicles you can control an aftermarket auto-start directly from your factory key fob. Car Remote Starters Work in All Weather Conditions Modern car remote start systems are very reliable. No rain, sleet, hail, snow, dust, heat, or swarms of locusts can stop a Viper or Code remote start from doing the job of starting the car. Quality Counts When it Comes to Remote Car Starters The higher the quality of the remote starter, the greater the range and the more reliable the device will be. Viper and Code Alarm offer remote start systems in all different price ranges, with a great selection of features. From a range of a couple hundred feet, up to a mile or more, remote start has become an affordable upgrade. There’s even 2-way systems available that will give you an alert confirmation that your vehicle has started. With a wide selection at all different price points, they are well worth the investment. Tips for  Selecting the Right Car Remote Start It is important to select a remote starter with sufficient range for your needs. Typically, 500 feet is more than sufficient; but range can be adversely affected by buildings, trees, and stray radio frequencies, so we would always suggest going with the maximum range available. Also, having a 2-way confirming system helps, by letting you know your system did receive the signal sent from the remote. It is also a good idea to select a system that has the functions you would benefit from having, i.e. systems that can also control the rear window defrost, heated seats, trunk, hood, etc. Finally, be sure to have the system installed at by an authorized dealer. This can help ensure a higher quality installation, plus gives you a warranty thru the manufacturer that cover you if something goes wrong. And, you know exactly where to take it if any issues ever arise, and know they are certified to work on your system. Audio Express The team at Audio Express has the technical skills and installation experience you can depend on. With locations throughout the region, we are never more than a short drive away. We invite you to contact us to learn more about the remote starters we offer and the guarantees we offer on our products and installation services.
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