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Are audiovox alarms any good? When compared to viper or python and others like that?
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I like 'em. It was one of the two products that I sold and installed when I was self employed. Good reliablility. Unfortunately, I've not done a whole lot with DEI products so I can't give an opinion as to how the two compare.
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i've heard the are pretty good.
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i think they both offer a limited lifetime warrenty so it just matters on what features your looking for
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They are fine. The real important thing in an alarm is the installation. If someone does a botch job on the wiring, I guarantee you will hate your car and the alarm....trust me, I know from experience on previous cars.
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Originally Posted by CFoote
They are fine. The real important thing in an alarm is the installation.
Agreed... I've had both Audiovox and Viper alarms, and had no problems with either. The Audiovox I installed myself, and the Viper was professionally installed. The Viper has a lot more bells and whistles (it'* on my '69 Executive), but it was a lot more expensive too.
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