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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 04-25-2005, 06:30 PM Thread Starter
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Which Alarm!?!?!

Autopage RF520LCD or Prestige APS-590....thanks

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post #2 of 21 (permalink) Old 04-25-2005, 07:21 PM
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I sell the 520 but I am not familiar with the audiovox unit so I can't compare.
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Aps-596? if so, it's a nice two way pager unit, non remote start, dual stage shock sensor, good range, small antenna (looks better than DEI, i think), reliable, priced about 300$ installed.


i've never dealt with Autopage, but i do like the audiovox, moreso than most of the DEI stuff i sell.

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so you're going to hide in the bushes next to your car at all times?

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post #6 of 21 (permalink) Old 04-29-2005, 02:41 PM
 
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Dei

Autopage And Audiovox Are Both O.k., But In My Opinion Dont Compare To Dei, Dei Offers A Limited Lifetime Warranty Where As The Other Two Dont. It Might Be Pricy But It Is Well Worth It.
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They Already Fixed The Problem With The Old Remotes, The New Ones Are Way More Efficient.
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the new ones break more than any remote i've ever seen, i see that day in and day out, because I get to replace alot of them.


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<--- Replaces more broken DEI LCD remotes by far than any other brand.
Also, almost every alarm company has a limited lifetime warranty on the brain only. Everything else is 1 yr.
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nobody believes anything you say, mainly because two well qualified people who do Audio/Security for a living just disputed your jibberish, and you reply with bullshit.

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nobody believes anything you say, mainly because two well qualified people who do Audio/Security for a living just disputed your jibberish, and you reply with bullshit.
Maybe that's why his screen name is 88stolencoupe... because he buys junk to protect his car
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I'd say go with a Compustar...but thts me

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For Your Info You Pair Of Shitheads, I Am A Certified Installer. Been Doing This Shit For About 7 Years. Fuck Both Of You Bitches, This Forum Is To Give Your Opinion, Not To Talk Shit To Each Other.
You gave your opinion. We gave ours. Quit crying.
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Autopage RF520LCD or Prestige APS-590....thanks

go with whatever EW or ONEBADWAGON suggest.
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post #17 of 21 (permalink) Old 05-06-2005, 12:39 AM
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I install alarms on the side of my regular job and I have been using Autopage for 4 years now and the only problem I ever had was that someone drove over their lcd remote. I also deal with DEI, Clifford, and Prestige or Audiovox which are all great as well. Most of the time it's not the alarm that sucks when you have a problem, it's the installation. I can't say that I cared to much for the few compustar alarms that people have brought me.
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I install alarms on the side of my regular job and I have been using Autopage for 4 years now and the only problem I ever had was that someone drove over their lcd remote. I also deal with DEI, Clifford, and Prestige or Audiovox which are all great as well. Most of the time it's not the alarm that sucks when you have a problem, it's the installation. I can't say that I cared to much for the few compustar alarms that people have brought me.

The range on the compustar rocks.. The only bad thing with it is sometimes the response is slow when unlocking doors and remote starting. The LCD remote is alittle big too. I have a Viper 770 (think thats the model) and wished I went with compustar. I have about 5 friends with the compustar and NEVER had a problem with it. The lag is usually from the fact everyone of them is runnin 5-10% tint

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thunder auto? i thought it was thunder audio?

didnt they take Innerspaces building for their shop?
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post #21 of 21 (permalink) Old 05-08-2005, 05:55 PM
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The Autopage RS855 has 5 extra channels.
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