Upgrade Your Car This Memorial Day


Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce
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While most cars come with the bare minimum of an AM/FM radio, many folks like to upgrade the sound in their vehicle. And they deserve it. It’s 2016: Audio technology is so advanced, why shouldn’t car owners have access to the most enhanced sound quality out there?

Sonic Electronix attempts to remedy this problem. In case you haven’t heard of them, here’s what they are all about:

Sonic Electronix is your one-stop shop for all your audio and electronics needs. We carry an enormous selection of high-quality gear at unbeatable prices. Enjoy your music like never before and upgrade your car audio system with a new set of car speakers. You can add even more depth and fullness to your music by installing a subwoofer, available in sizes ranging from tiny 6.5″ shallow mountcar subwoofers up to 18″ models like the Kicker Solo-X. To power your system, choose from our huge inventory of car amplifiers, including class D, 4-channel and monoblock varieties. You can even control your iPod or smartphone straight from your dash with a new car stereo. These head units often include touchscreens, auxiliary input, GPS Navigation and many other useful and user-friendly features.

But, but, but… That’s all well and good, but how are the prices? Funny you should ask. Sonic Electronix is having a ridiculous Memorial Day sale. And by ridiculous I mean 80 percent off. Hard to believe, I know.

The sale includes 316 different audio products that you should consider if you are into car improvement. In other words, you can get all the amps, subwoofers, stereos, etc. that you’ll ever need, for a VERY good price.

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Jack Kocsis