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I own a roofing company and I have a customer that owns a car audio shop who wants to trade a new Kenwood DNX7120, new 5x7 speakers and a bluetooth setup as partial payment for his roof.
He says the system is $1750. How far out of line is he?
 

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What type of speakers? Either way, Fords use 6x8 speakers, not 5x7. The Kenwood sells for $900-$1300 online. I'm sure he's getting it for much cheaper. I'd want some subs and an amp for $1750... :wink[3]:
 

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I know he is figuring his system high, just wanting to know how much, so I can adjust the estimate on the roof accordingly. :)
 

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I know he is figuring his system high, just wanting to know how much, so I can adjust the estimate on the roof accordingly. :)
Well the price of everything is increasing... :nod: I'd say the price just increased by $500...
 

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This is installed if I forgot to mention.
His product was also installed... :nod:

Audio shops charge stupid mark up. My Pioneer speakers retailed for $180 a pair at most places. I paid $90 per pair cause I know a guy who owns an audio shop.
 

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I own a roofing company and I have a customer that owns a car audio shop who wants to trade a new Kenwood DNX7120, new 5x7 speakers and a bluetooth setup as partial payment for his roof.
He says the system is $1750. How far out of line is he?
he's not that far out of line ....tell him to throw in a couple head rest monitors and its a deal :thumb:
 

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I agree. Audio equipment does have a decent margin on it. I would say an amp and subs too and it's a deal!
 
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