Looking for Car Stereo Installation Near Me?

Whether you are looking for a simple car stereo upgrade or a complete custom designed competition system we welcome you! Not only are you at the right place but if given the opportunity we would like to show you why we have so many loyal customers chose us over the competition. Don’t be surprised if you stop by Thunder Electronics and you find a custom classic like a 57 Chevy or an exotic like a Lamborghini Hurricane in our bay! What we find more intriguing is that many of these clients are coming to from places as far north as West Palm Beach and as far South as Key West! I mean, do you have any idea many car stereo stores in Miami are there between them and us!

Whether you drive a brand new BMW or a Chevy truck with few miles having somebody who you don’t know work on it can be concerning. Let’s be honest who is going to tell you, we don’t know what we are doing? To ease your concerns all we can tell you is take a look at our work, read what satisfied clients are saying about us on social media and please, please, read our reviews.

Trust us it is not easy to get owners of Lambos, Ferraris and Porches to give us five-star reviews. Needless to say that not all of our customers are high profile customers, honestly we love nothing more than to working people cars as they seem to enjoy, and appreciate the work we do best!

Car Audio System Upgrades

Most of us spend a lot of time in our cars. Unless you are new to this town you know that traffic in Miami is not what it used to be. It now takes at least a half hour to get anywhere. So, if you are spending a lot of time in your vehicle, why not enjoy it! Enjoy a good sounding car stereo system does not have to be expensive and or complicated. Unlike in the past cars nowadays come right out of the factory with pretty decent head units. However, power and quality of speakers are still lacking. That is of course unless you upgrade to a premium sound system, and that my friend can cost two or three times what a better sounding aftermarket unit cost.

Unlike many other car stereo shops in Miami, at Thunder Electronics, we have no issue working with a factory head unit. Unless of course, it is lacking the features you desire. For example, in many instances, we are able to design a system where we incorporate a five channel amplifies capable of high level imputes, and with sufficient power to drive a set of component in the front, new coaxial speakers in the rear and your choice of subwoofer configuration. All of this can be accomplished without cutting any wires and delivering a system with two to three times the performance and half the cost of your average OEM premium sound system.

Custom Car Stereo Design

While many worry about how their dash will look with a different head unit, many are committed to not letting anything stand in the way of the performance of their sound system. The truth be told Metra, Scosche and some of the other aftermarket dash kit manufacture are now making adapter kits and harnesses that make aftermarket car stereo installation aesthetically, please. But more important are things like speaker location and other factors are often of greater concern than the illumination color of the aftermarket head unit.

In many cases getting a car stereo system to sound right requires creative fabrication skills and expertise in choosing across a range of brands and products. At Thunder Electronics we know audio and often compete in local and national car audio competitions. It is this experience the one many big box sales people lack. We often find that many of them still have factory radios and speakers in their cars but yet they pretend to give you sound advice on what you should get for your car and what you shouldn’t! I am sorry for being so politically incorrect but when looking for professional car stereo advice you should seek a professional who eats, breathes and loves car audio!

The team at Thunder Electronics will work with you to design a car stereo system you are not only proud of but one the fits your budget, your vehicle and your music taste. Stop by today, let see how we can make your dream car stereo system a reality! So don’t forget the next time you are searching for car stereo installation near me think of Thunder Electronics. Miami’s #1 professional car speaker and car stereo installation services, you’ll be listening to tunes in no time. If you want to find out more information about how to improve your car stereo sound system, how to protect your vehicle with a professional car alarm, and or how to choose the best window tinting in South Florida we encourage you to visit our blog. There you’ll find a selection of hand-picked car audio, car alarm, and window tinting articles catering to the South Florida customer.

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Since I was in high school, I always wanted to have a Buick Grand National. Maybe it is just me, but I always thought that car looked super mean. And yes, while Buicks are considered a grandma’s car those who know what a Grand National can do, will say to the contrary. Now that I have the means, I decided to find myself a Buick Grand National. After finding one in perfect condition, I went ahead and purchased it.

Since acquiring my mean black Buick, I’ve done a little bit of work on the engine. I have upgraded the turbo, install an oversize intercooler, added a high-pressure fuel pump, aftermarket wastegate, a new computer and several other upgrades including wheels tires, suspension, and exhausts. I have to say that I like my car. However, the sound system sucks. If you’re not familiar with this car it came with a Delco 1.5 DIN cassette radio, 3 1/2 inch speakers in the dash and 4×10 speakers in the rear deck.
As you can imagine, this is no match for the 650 horsepower engine under the hood. The problem is that with these speaker cavities, what can you do? The first thing I did was stop by car audio near me places looking for experienced installers, familiar with this vehicle. That did not work! It seems like kids nowadays are just interested in boomy car stereo systems.

After asking around, I was able to locate an old timer who claimed to have competed in car audio with a similar vehicle. At the end of the day, I ended up having custom door panel pods build. Unlike many door pods, I had these made, so that lay over the factory door panel, and that can get removed the day I want to sell the car.

Just to be clear, I am not rich, and everything I do has a budget! So with that said I know there are people out there who are going to say that I could have done much better, and maybe will upgrade in the future but taking into consideration where I am coming from this is a huge upgrade.
The system consists of a Rockford Fosgate 5-Channel amp mounted on a custom rank that contours the left side of the truck wall being feed by the Alpine CDE-163BT Advanced Bluetooth CD Receiver. I know that nowadays kids are into everything Bluetooth. To be honest with you I don’t care much about the Bluetooth,” type of guy has to believe in the quality of the CD. The fact is until somebody can show me an MP3 with a 16-bit/44.1kHz resolution I will be sticking to CDs. I did not use the front speaker location which houses a 3 1/2 inch woofer. Instead, I opted for a pair of Q-Logic kick panels and mounted the Pioneer TS-D1330C 5.25″ D-Series Component Speaker Package on it. For the custom door panel, I chose the NEOPRO 65 V2 4 from Sundown Audio. That is a 6.5″ 4-Ohm Midrange Speaker that is very shallow, and with an excellent midbass snap to it! The midbass is further enhanced because the door pod enclosure is sealed.

For the back speakers, I also avoided the factory location. Instead, I opted to use the panels above the hand rest for the rear seat. After making custom plates, I mounted a set of Pioneer TS-D1730C 6 3/4″ component speaker with the woofer in the custom plate and the tweeter flush fitted to the side panel all the way back near to the rear window. For subs, I decided to use two Pioneer Free 12″ subs. I fabricated a reverse box with the back open and sealed against the back seat wall. You may question this, but if you hear it you agree it was the best choice.