2010 End of the Year Sale at Sonic Electronix

2010 End of the Year Sale at Sonic Electronix

Can you believe that the year 2010 is almost over? Time has really flown by this past year and we have seen a lot of great new things in the world of car audio. Sonic Electronix has also seen many new improvements. From increasing their product lines to increasing the number of shipping warehouses, Sonic has seen a lot of growth this past year. Much of that growth is directly related to the amount of customer support and loyalty that they have developed over the years. This December they are looking for more and more ways to give back and offer even better deals to their loyal customers. Recently they have increased their call center to a 24-hour call center in order to accommodate the amount of calls each day. They have had Thanksgiving sales, Black Friday sales, and Holiday sales. However, that is not all. Sonic Electronix is saving the best for last with an End of 2010 sale.

Head on over to the 2010 End of the Year Sale at Sonic Electronix to find the best deals of this entire year! You will find blowout prices on that car stereo you have always wanted. Enhance the audio in your car with a new pair of speakers or a new subwoofer. One of the great subwoofer deals is the 12” RE Audio REX12. This dual 4-ohm model easily handles 175 watts of RMS power for clean and efficient bass. No subwoofer is complete (or working) without a companion amplifier. The end of year sales offers many car amplifiers in a variety of configurations and wattage ratings. Knocking about half the price off, the Rockford Fosgate PRIME R250-1 is a 250-watt RMS monoblock amplifier that is reliable and will provide powerful bass from a reputable manufacturer. Beyond the car audio staples, Sonic is also offering extraordinary deals on car alarms, capacitors, amplifier installation kits, HID headlights, overhead monitors, and many other 12-volt items. The deal only lasts until January 3, 2011, so hurry on over to Sonic Electronix before this deal passes you up!

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