Vibe Audio Show Truck visits Sonic Electronix

Being an authorized dealer for a manufacturer opens up many new opportunities and a wealth of resources for a company. Exclusive manufacturer specific training to enhanced reference material are just a few examples of these resources. Sonic Electronix provides an excellent opportunity for their customer service representatives by organizing these trainings and meetings from the manufacturer. As Sonic’s employees know more, they are more suitable to answer the questions of those that call in to place their orders, ask questions, and discover what they need for their car. Being the only current authorized Internet dealer for Vibe Audio, Sonic Electronix gained an exclusive opportunity to learn more about Vibe with the visit of a show truck.

Recently, Vibe Audio visited Sonic with a 2005 Nissan Titan Show car. It was built by Pro-Line Extreme Fabrications and featured a variety of sponsors including Vibe Audio, Tsunami, Metra Electronics, Shuriken Car Batteries, House of Kolor, K & W Autobody, Estrella, Pirelli, and California Upholstery. The incredible audio system was quite impressive inside the vehicle and out. Using several sets of the Space 6 speakers, Black Death QB69 speakers, and the Space Subwoofers, this truck was not only loud, but also boasted excellent sound quality. Completely powered by Vibe Audio amplifiers and Shuriken power cells, there was plenty of power to push all these speakers. Inside the trucks cab was a HDTV and a Microsoft Xbox that had been custom integrated and fiber glassed into the truck. House of Color custom mixed the paint especially for the truck and it looked stunning in the sun. At the center of the audio system was the Alpine INA-W900BT double DIN car stereo with GPS navigation. The sound quality that Alpine is known for was appropriately complimented with the complete Vibe Audio system. Together they were able to achieve phenomenal sound quality in a breathtaking showcar.

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