Are you looking to add some new speakers to your vehicle but don’t know what material is best for the application? Have you tried to look it up online only to find tons of different answers, so you aren't sure which route to take? Then, you've come to the right place!
Installing new speakers? Adding new speakers to your daily driver, or even your project vehicle, can make a world of difference in the quality and potential volume level of the music when listening to your stereo. Check out just how we get the job done!
What is the "Big 3 Upgrade"? The answer is generally pretty simple, overall. In this blog I will explain what this upgrade consists of, the advantages it offers, and the specific variables to take into account when performing the upgrade.
This month we decide to feature a multitude of client vehicles in a single blog that show the many LED lighting packages and custom lighting. Check out all the different features we can accent with lights!
We recently had a couple clients stop in with their Polaris Slingshot’s inquiring about different styles of quality upgrades. One client wanted to add audio to a base model while the other client wanted to add more upgrades to his already upgraded Slingshot. We decided to help them reach their goals within the budgets provided.
Our October blog featuring this 1998 Porsche Boxster. In this convertible we upgraded the audio system along with a few custom components. Check it out!
This blog breaks down the custom work done in this 2018 Honda Civic Si code named, Spawn. Check out what we did this go around and some of the unique twist's we took to get the client just what they wanted!
I take the opportunity to break down the four most commonly used subwoofer enclosures at LIS Audio; Sealed, Prefabricated Vented, Custom Vented & 6th Order.
A good client of ours had work done with us previously in his Audi A3, which we named the 2nd Amendment Signature Build. He recently came back with a 2010 Volkswagen Passat and he said, “I love what you guys did in my Audi, I don’t want to change a thing. I bought this car though, and I want more.”
A while back LIS Audio had been afforded the opportunity to work on a sick RestoMod, a 1962 Ford F100. Check it out!