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  • Mp3car Waterfront Event - Speaker Series - Mark Miller

    Mark Miller (bio below) has offered to give a talk at our speaker series as part of the August 22nd Mid Atlantic Meetup. There will be other speakers announced within the next week or two. What would you like to hear Mark talk about? Maybe he can use some or all of your ideas as part of his talk. Some content will be recorded in HD and available for download later. Here is Mark's Bio to give you an idea of his background:

    Mark Miller is the President of Westminster Speed & Sound in Westminster, Maryland. Mark was on the Board of Directors of the Mobile Enhancement Retailers Association (MERA) for seven years and is the head judge for new product awards in Mobile Electronics for the annual SEMA Show in Las Vegas. His business was just awarded one of the top 100 retailers in the nation by Mobile Electronics Magazine.
    Mark's specialties include topics like;
    improving the sound quality of a car audio system the effects of voltage on a mobile computer stabilizing vehicle voltage installing a mobile computer in a vehicle integrating your current portable products into your car(iPod, XM, etc) Controlling vibration and lowering noise floor in a vehicle understanding the acoustics of an automobile designing and building a high quality audio system.

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    I think something useful would be a "professional in the field" opinion about capacitors, general power system requirements and the typical issues you run into integrating high power equipment in your standard automobiles and some of the industry solutions to these issues, and perhaps addressing some of the common misconceptions about power in automobiles. You could definitely record that and put it on the site here
    "stop with the REINSTALLS, what do you think we got some lame-o installer!!!" - mitchjs
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      Originally posted by malcom2073 View Post
      I think something useful would be a "professional in the field" opinion about capacitors, general power system requirements and the typical issues you run into integrating high power equipment in your standard automobiles and some of the industry solutions to these issues, and perhaps addressing some of the common misconceptions about power in automobiles. You could definitely record that and put it on the site here
      thank you !! it's very useful~~

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