Austin, TX Audio Masters

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1. Audio Master

2605 S Interstate 35Austin, TX 78741

(512) 326-9077
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2. Dub Masters

Austin, TX 78730

(512) 346-2380
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Helpful Reviews 
Golden Arm Media
Osman M. rated

I had good experience with gold cab the best service so far, clean cars, friendly drivers, they came onetime and I'm giving 5star, this company is reliable, keep driving, I will definitely call again.

Tande's Automotive
Candy G. rated

I am totally amazed at this shop's level of service. This good "Christian" shop owner did not perform all of the work on my vehicle after a rear-end accident but felt totally comfortable sending me back out on the road under unsafe conditions with faulty alignment and suspension. When called on this by the insurance claims adjuster, he admitted to her he didn't do all the work but justified cashing the whole check of $2900 "because he fixed my cracked tail-lights and gave me new brakes". The adjuster pointed out to him none of this was part of the initial estimate AND that she had fotos that none of that needed to be done. Well, he did say he would refund part of the money to me, but to this date, he has NOT. He invited me to come and pick of the check when I called him again recently; upon arrival he said the check was sent in the mail Thursday. This was Saturday afternoon and we both are located in Austin...Should I mention this accident happened in October? We have been going back and forth ever since. My next action is to go to small claims court. I found out I have rights to ask for even more than what the shop was originally paid. Alex Funez, you are a shining example of what a good Christian is NOT.