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No Man148 I have a non jbl. I arrived about 930 and they got me right in and within 10 minutes they started working on my truck installing the sq1 system. First everyone that works there were really nice. Whoever I asked a question to it was answered fully. As the guys worked, Rob came out and I talked to him for about 40 minutes straight. He's a stand up guy and after talking to him, I glad I took my truck to his place of business. He built his company and it is going to do very well. I did find out that the videos that we all watch, most of them are out of date so the way they wire things up aren't the same. Its easier for them I guess because the installer who was on the vid was not working there at that time. Two guys worked on my truck and both know what they were doing. Kwell guys I may say. They matted up all the doors and back window area and installed the speakers. (On the way home I was trying to see if it held off on some of the road noise, but I couldn't tell) Note:::lol they installed one front speaker and started playing music. It sounded way better than the whole stock system. Crazy right. At some point I pulled out my drone and started flying it so I didn't see them install and tune the amps and recurve. I think the recurve could use more tweaking but that me. I saw everything else though but they said they did tune it. Quality wise of the install Id say they did a good job. Way better than the last guy that ****ed up my Yukon. Plug and play wire harness is the way to go. When they connected up the thumpers I got real happy. It will pound now. I got two 12's so that will be expected. I told them my main concern was quality of install, quality sound, then will it hit like its supposed to. It does sound way better than stock. They advised me to not turn it up past 50 and to always make sure that the eq is in its middle place each time I change from radio to ipod etc. Overall Im satisfied and will return for repeat work on another car. On the way back to Houston I had a chance to listen to all kinds of music. As you know some songs base sucks and some rocks. You will find yourself using the sub knob to adjust to your liking. Music wise the image dynamics are sound really good and look quality. The sq1 system will hit hard using the 12's. I think you guys will be pleased if you buy this. like everyone said I found early that the weak link is the head unit. They suck wet donkey nuts. Id rather buy a system from from a nice crew that does good work and stands by their product. Rob will stand by his product and that's what I learned while I was there. There are lots of companies that can do the same thing. I finally choose to use taco tune since its only 3 hours away from my house and my local installer said he couldn't spend the day doing this. Don't get discourage if they don't pick up the phone if you try to call. If you go to their chat like I did, Daniel will answer all your questions. Its not cheap either so be prepared. 2199 for sq1 doesn't include system install fee, sound dead mat and mat install fee and then add tax. But if you want a nice sounding system your not going to think about the price because I know other places that can do cheaper work and charge more. Im satisfied with everything they did so thank you Taco Tunes for making my truck sound way better. I will send my buddy there so they can fix up his supra. Note:::bring your own lunch and drinks because your way way out in the country unless you get a uber to pick you up. Im serious about that. I hope this helps you guys out. I know it sounds boring but Im sleepy while typing this.
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