Al and Ed’s Autosound has been selling and installing mobile electronics longer than anyone. We carry all the mobile electronic categories like CD receivers, HD radio, iPod & MP3 integration, mobile video, GPS navigation, satellite radio, amps, speakers, subwoofers, sub enclosures, overhead video & headrest systems, security, radar detectors, accessories, back up safety, Bluetooth hands free, vehicle tracking, restyling accessories such as power steps as well as wheels and tires. One of the categories Al and Ed’s are really focused on is integration. Whether it is OEM Integration (integrating with your factory audio or video system) or iPod/MP3 Integration, (interfacing your iPod/MP3 so you can play it thru OEM or aftermarket systems). If we do not have it, it probably doesn't exist. …
Beware of bait and switch pricing. These guys are scam artists. I went in to purchase a bluetooth kit after seeking their website. My first choice was the Parrot CK3100, which is currently advertised on Al & Ed's website for $179. They told me the unit cost $429 plus $200 for installation. As an alternative, they suggested the Raytel Tellphone 4200 as the "best bluetooth on the market" (it is more than 2 years old), and they said it cost $450 plus $200 installation. On Al & Ed's own website, the kit is $350. (I have not been able to find any other dealer that still sells this old unit.) As a third choice, they offered the Ego Flash for $399 plus the $200 installation. Again, they advertise this kit on their website for $299. If they lie about the prices to get you in the door, I can only imagine how bad the install would be. I will take my money elsewhere.
Editorial Review by Citysearch Editors. Car stereos, speakers, video units, navigation systems, car alarms and more since 1954.
Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Facebook to see what your friends are up to!