Here is a link to some of our projects.
This is a link to some of the articles I've written or have been written about my program in various magazines.
As far as $$$ goes. I don't charge to help on the installs. My program has time for student demo projects and it is funded from the Los Angeles Unified School District.
Check out the links and if you have any questions email me at
Hey Matrixpc what do you think about the links?
I'm sure you could be of much use to those over in the fabrication section
Nice.Originally Posted by mrinstall
Like Red said, it's much usefull if you post in the fab forum.
Wonder, how much you charge to fab a 10 fiberglass sub box for the matrix? I want to do mine but no time and getting lazy.
Hey, I may want to take the weekend class. Maybe I can learn some more trick and do my own sub instead.
What part of SoCal are you in? Maybe you should swing by the SoCal meet this wekend on the 24th... here is the thread... SoCal Meet, June 24th Huntington Beach
View my worklog... I dare you... http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/worklogs/77267-2003-audi-a4-worklog-puffs-ride.html
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I'm in San Pedro,CA.Originally Posted by Puffanug
The fab section would be ok, but I'm familiar with a lot of different aspects of computers in cars (i.e. power supplies, upgrading electrical, navigation, sq audio, bluetooth, wi-fi, software, hardware, relays, wood working, fiberglass, paint, upholstery, cellular,etc.)
So you have a better understanding about my program, here is a little info about me. I've been in the Mobile Electronics industry for a long time. I started out as an installer. In the late 80's early 90's I judged at the sound quake series of IASCA shows. I've owned 3 businesses and I've managed install bays for one of the big box corporations. I've been a proctor for the MECP testing and I've been teaching Mobile Electronics for the Los Angeles Unified School District for 12 years.
MatrixPC, if you want I'll help you build a fiberglass enclosure, and I won't charge you. All you have to do is pay for your materials (most of the materials are discounted for us because we are an educational facility).
Let me know if you need help. I have the tools router, table saw, jigsaw, drills, drill press, grinder, etc.
Looks very clean!
That's cool. Maybe I come down on one of the Saturday.Originally Posted by mrinstall
I have some general idea on how to do it (as a result of searching the web), but I do need some guidance. .