Archive for March, 2011

March 2011 Newsletter

Posted in Uncategorized on March 11, 2011 by audioxperts

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Audio Xperts teams up with In Car Experts!

A new alliance has formed between Audio Xperts and In Car Experts. We are now a part of In Car Experts’ nationwide network, with an exclusive page that contains all things Audio Xperts! This is just another way to get in touch with us, and we’re excited to be part of this!

Visit our In Car Experts’ page HERE!

Find Audio Xperts on Yelp!

For the yelp users out there, you can also find Audio Xperts on the Yelp website! Be sure to check us out and write a review about your customer experience at our shop!

Audio Xperts on Google Places!

You can also find us on Google Places as well! Please take a few seconds and write a review on your experience shopping at Audio Xperts. Any feedback is appreciated!

Visit us on Google Places HERE

MECA Results – Autorama February 12, 2011

Here are the results on how Team Audio Xperts did at the MECA competition at the Autorama in Sacramento, CA.

SPL Results

Scott Welch

  • Phat 10 award
  • 1st Place Modified 2 class
  • 1st Place Park & Pound DB 2

Vince Miranda

  • 2nd Place Modified 3 class
  • 2nd Place Park & Pound DB 3

SQL Results

Scott Welch

  • 2nd Place Modex Class

Vince Miranda

  • 2nd Place Master Class
  • 1st Place Extreme Install
  • 3rd Place RTA Freak Out

Thanks again to our guys for putting in the time and effort to compete in the MECA circuit. Keep up the great work!

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The Ryan B. Dream Project

Posted in News on March 9, 2011 by audioxperts

The Ryan B. Dream Project

It is with a heavy heart that I write to you today. One of Audio Xperts long term clients, Ryan Bartlett and his family need my help so I am asking for yours. As you will read below in the letter I asked his dad write, last year he was diagnosed with cancer and is currently undergoing an aggressive treatment including chemo and radiation. Ryan is a fighter and is very determined to beat this sickness. He is not only a gifted athlete, but a scholar and community servant. In an effort to keep his morale up, his family and friends have rallied together to buy him a 2011 Camaro and the first thing out of his mouth when he was told about it was “I’m going to see Vince and put together a bad ass system” Even though he was in the hospital at the time and in really no condition to travel. His father called me and asked if I could come visit him, and talk to him about his system. It was all he wanted to talk about in his hospital bed. So I went and spent about an hour with him. He told me all the things he wanted to do to his new car and it was adding up fast. His dad even had to tell him to slow down, because his budget wasn’t as big as his dreams. I knew right then and there that I had to do everything in my power to help this young man and his family. After being released from the hospital between treatments he came to my store last week to further discuss his system. I am so amazed by this young man’s will to live and fight this terrible disease and I want to do everything I can to make his dream come true. I am asking for any help you can give to Ryan and his dream. I just went live today on a “Ryan B. Dream Project” fund on my website to help family, friends, and anyone else who wants to, donate money to help Ryan.

I know times are tough for everyone but Ryan has really touched our community and we would all appreciate any help you can give.

Please forward this email and share the link below with anyone you know who can help us:

Thank you all for supporting Audio Xperts and helping us out to make Ryan’s dream car a reality.

God Bless you all,


A very special thank you goes out to Scott Buwalda of Hybrid Audio Technologies, Just this morning he donated a complete set of his top of the line Legatia 6.5″ 3-way component speakers for the build! Way to go brother…god bless

Ryan’s Bio:

My name is Ryan Bartlett.  I’m 21 years old. I grew up in Vacaville, California. I attended Vanden High School and excelled as a student athlete. I graduated with Honors and a 3.9 GPA. I volunteered throughout school with the traveling team I played baseball on. We did fundraising for those in need, served food to the elderly and helped coach Little League. I played Baseball from the time I was 8 years old. I played throughout school and was a High School Pitcher and Outfielder. I was recruited by many Colleges to play Baseball. I selected Consumnes River College in Elk Grove California. I was a freshmen starter at the position of Pitcher.

While working on the Gulf of Mexico BP Oil Spill disaster, I fell ill and was diagnosed with Stage 3 Testicular Cancer (Oct 2, 2010). I believe I had it for about 3 years. I never said anything because it never bothered me and did not cause me any real problems. I guess I thought I was young and nothing could happen to me. I was wrong. I have multiple tumors in my Brain, Lungs, and Abdomen. I’ve been fighting this terrible silent disease for 5 months now. My first line chemo had some success, but failed in other ways. I am going through second line chemo now. This included 3 weeks of whole brain radiation. I had a brain seizure that placed me in ICU in critical condition for 11 of the 15 days I was hospitalized. My goal is to continue my chemo treatments and receive very complicated Stem Cell replacement transplants at Stanford University Medical Center within the next month to two months. I plan to beat the odds and will become a success story. My mind is strong and I am a tough competitor. I am very motivated to beat this disease.

Ryan Bartlett