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    I'm thinking about working in car audio.

    Is there anything I should know? It'd be nice to work for a shop in the Atlanta area. And I'm curious what the hang ups might be in this industry?
    Just a bit of a background I almost entered the scuba diving industry, however a setback of working on an oil rig or working for nothing in the Bahamas left me not doing so.
    Anyways, really asking here. What are the biggest most annoying things?

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    Re: I'm thinking about working in car audio.

    I don’t know anything about the market in the Atlanta area. I know the market that I work in is very slow compared to 25-30 years ago. If you like the work, awesome, but nobody would be wealthy doing it in my area.

    Quote Originally Posted by punkrocker View Post
    What are the biggest most annoying things?
    The internet is the biggest, most annoying thing about working in the industry. Why?

    Well, to start with, it makes it incredibly hard to make much money on product and still give customers top notch service. Most of the time, somebody on the internet will sell the same product cheaper.

    The other problem the internet provides is misinformation. You can ask questions and find answers that you agree with. May not be the correct answer, but it’s the one you were looking for.
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