Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Classic Ford Thunderbird Install

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Ford Thunderbird

Custom Autosound control head perfectly fits the dash nosepiece opening and 
 shaft width. The FM/AM receiver controls and trunk-mounted CD changer.

Custom kick panels house 6 1/2-inch component 
speakers and angle-mount the tweeters.

Dual JL Audio subwoofers in enclosures are concealed by matching facades.

Trunk-mounted amplifier, dual subs and CD changer.

Under the deck a Boston Acoustics fan-cooled amplifier and changer. Vents 
allow bass radiation to flow through the rear bulkhead and into the interior.

To see more of our custom installs, check out our galleries here!

Monday, May 6, 2013

Earmark has been locally owned and operated since 1980. While operating two stores, Earmark considers itself more of a car audio boutique. If you’ve been doing something successful for 34 years, obviously you’re doing something right. Our reputation is built by people who have chosen mobile electronics as their vocation and who have real passion for the work they do.

To learn a little on the guys that drive Earmark, check out their biographies below:

Odin (in Plano) has been with Earmark since 1992 and has worked in installation, sales, purchasing and management.  A musician since 1984, Odin combines his love for music with a technical understanding of audio extending beyond mobile electronics.  Odin has performed with local band Southbound since 1999, worked as the in-house sound engineer for hundreds of local and national touring artists at local music venue Hank’s Texas Grill since 2004 and collects and restores vintage amplifiers.  With his vast mobile electronics technical experience and pro-sound background, Odin has an incredibly deep understanding of audio. Other hobbies include cars, guitars, shooting and bass fishing.

Joe (in Lewisville) has been with Earmark since 1984 and in the home and car audio business since 1975. Prior to Earmark, Joe was with Pacific Stereo here in Texas at a time when Pacific Stereo was a division of CBS (Columbia Broadcasting Systems). During this period, Pacific Stereo was the largest home electronics specialty retailer in the country with over 100 stores. There was no better place to work if you wanted an education in everything audio. The CBS training was second to none. Joe is widely acknowledged as Dallas’ premier European auto specialist in car audio and related electronics. He is a graduate from DeVry Institute of Technology in addition to numerous audio and electronics training certificates. Joe is a ten times member of Million Dollar Sales Club, a member of the Garland ISD District Wide Education Improvement Council since 2012 and a Wildlife manager for 4,000 of the 68,000 acre North Texas Neches Co-op. Other hobbies include hunting, fishing and anything outdoors.

David has been with Earmark since opening in 1980. He is the technical advisor and marine specialist for Earmark. Prior to entering mobile electronics, David was a draftsman for electronic, hydraulic and mechanical control systems. David began his mobile electronics career in Tucson, Arizona. Other hobbies include home HiFi & designing and building home speakers. David has an intense knowledge of just about everything audio.

Come swing by one of our two locations and say HI to the guys!

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