Top Car Audio Products of All Time Contest

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1sixty8 media, a digital marketing and business solutions provider for car audio retailers, announced a contest to help identify the top 100 car audio products of all time.

It is reaching out to the industry and consumers to help create a list of the  ‘Top 100 Most Influential Mobile Electronic Products’ of all time. Anyone can submit the names of up to 5 products that have impacted the car audio industry significantly.  In reward,  12  names from the pool of those contributing will be randomly selected to win $25 Visa gift cards.  To enter, fill out the form at this link: https://www.bestcaraudio.com/rl100-enter/

Contestants can submit Top 100 product suggestions from audio products, safety systems, vehicle convenience, or communication systems. If it was designed for a car, truck, SUV, boat or powersports vehicle, it qualifies for the list.

Mitch Schaffer, founder of 1sixty8media said, “It’s nostalgic.  Think back to the late 80s and the Alpine 7909.  I remember wanting a 7909 so badly and I couldn’t afford it.  I’m sure many enthusiast and industry people alike think back to the products that cemented their passion for 12V.”

A list of the Top 100 Most Influential Products will be published on 1sixty8 media’s BestCarAudio website in a couple of months.

1sixty8 media developed the BestCarAudio.com website to help educate the public about the products sold in the aftermarket.  It publishes articles on the site and for 12 volt retailers’ websites that explain car audio & electronics technology in simple layman terms.

1sixty8media is about to publish it’s 100th article.

Find out more at www.1sixty8.com.

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  1. Interesting…. first off, the 7909 wasn’t introduced until 1989…. OK so that’s definitely on the list, from the northeast, the ones that made big differences were, the 7909, the Nakamichi TD1200II, A/D/S 320i’s, Boston Acoustics Pro Series, Rockford 650, JL Audio 500/1. W6& W7 woofers, the Cerwin Stroker and I’d go back to the Audio Control EQL, which influenced all of the ones that followed.

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