The service here is incredible. There was an issue with my Saab 9-5 during the installation of Parrot product, but Steve was quick to let me know and provided me with different options to correct the problem. After the installation was completed Steve and Georgia they showed me and ran through how everything worked and how to use it. These guys are car audio experts, honest and knowledgeable highly recommended
Posted: 4/20/2013 • Link to this review
I got my whole car audio set up installed at Area 41. It turned out immaculate. They have GREAT customer service and the knowledge to back up there installs. They sell high-end car audio brands such as JL, Memphis, and Alpine. No matter if your getting a $500 stereo system or getting the best of the best for your BMW they will treat every customer the same and ALWAYS do a quality install.
Posted: 8/13/2008 • Link to this review
I used Area41 for my previous truck to have a sub and amp installed using factory stereo. Only had a minor installation problem that was fixed with no hassle. A little pricier than chain stores, but you sometimes get what you pay for. They worked within the budget i wanted to spend on the modification and accomplished what I asked for without trying to sell me additional items
Posted: 5/09/2008 • Link to this review
I saw these guys on Cobb Parkway while driving home one day. Just stopped in to see what they were. The place doesn't look like much from the outside but when you go in it is unbelievable ! They do all kinds of home entertainment and automation. We first had them install a home theater and it is fantastic - much better than going to the movies. Then we had them add some automation and we LOVE IT. When we go out of town we never have to worry about whether we turned the lights off! The guys at Area 41 were great to work with. They came out to the house and listened to what we were trying to do, then helped us make all the decisions. We are thrilled with them and would recommend them without reservation.
Posted: 11/04/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review