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Nikifor Solovyov
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Best Buy Geek Squad Car Stereo Installation Cost

They take an average of 30 to 60 minutes to finish the installation. This duration varies depending on the type of your car and the stereo being installed. Speak to a college to find out more information on the estimated time for your vehicle.

best buy geek squad car stereo installation cost

This means that if anything happened to the stereo due to installation errors, they would get it fixed for you for no additional cost. The lifetime guarantee is reassuring because it shows how confident they are about their work and their services.

See the full experience of Wicked Fabz getting a new car stereo installed from Best Buy. From picking the right head unit for his needs to the installation process and the end product in his pickup truck.

If your technical needs are small, you have an IT team, or you are a small business with tech-savvy employees, then Geek Squadmay not be your best answer. In the few cases when you cannot solve an issue on your own, you may find a local computer repair shop quicker and more cost-effective. Be sure to check out our list of top Geek Squad alternatives below.

The cost of installing a car stereo will depend on the type of stereo, the complexity of the installation job and which professional/company you choose. On average, car stereo installation, without the car stereo, is going to range anywhere from $0 if you purchase directly from a company during a promotion to as much as $300 for an advanced receiver that may require more wiring than usual. Most basic installs, however, will be about $40 to $80.

Some people often install new speakers with their car stereo. To install car speakers, the costs can be in the $70 to $180 range for the installation job only, but sometimes, the company may cut you a deal if you have the job done all at once. Adding an amplifier can add another $100 to $175 to the job, depending on the setup and the number of channels.

ATLANTA, GEORGIA -- I went into Best Buy on the 21st of January and bought all the pieces for a major install, XM radio, backup camera and head unit. My install date was the 28th of January, today. I had to drive 45 miles to the Best Buy store and wait for the harness to come into the store. When I went into the store, the guy at the door stopped me and said that they don't do car installations on Thursday. Well, the salesman who sold me the stereo gave me this date (today) at 11:30. So the guy at the door told me to go to electronics and talk to the person over there. The guy in electronics call the car installation technician who is supposed to be in today at 12:00 for sales.

The technician tells him that he is not doing any installations today. Okay, so then the electronics salesman looks on the calendar to see if another store in Atlanta will be able to squeeze me in. Not one Best Buy store in Atlanta is installing car stereos on Thursday (today). I explained to the electronics salesman that my father died and I had to go out of town, so I really wanted my stereo to make the trip. The electronics salesman didn't say anything about the next day or anything to help me, so I just returned the stereo and everything I bought. I am supposed to be a Best Buy elite customer. Well, I don't feel too elite.

After driving back around to the front of the store, and going back in, I had to stand in a line (for a very long time, as there was only one person in returns) waiting to get my money back. When I finally got up to the return counter, I asked for the name of the manager over car stereo installations, and was told, "I don't know". The employee asked another individual, who said there was NOBODY overseeing that department. This person, I found out, was the store manager, who refused to give his name at first, and when I asked him again, he tossed down his business card, and began to berate me, telling me it wasn't 'his fault'. Then, he demanded I leave 'HIS STORE' before I even had my money back.

I went directly to Circuit City, and inquired in their car stereo installation department about the situation with my car, and the difficulty in installing a CD player (It's a 2000, so it's not like it's an antique). They quickly looked in a book, which clearly showed (I saw it myself) that my particular car, for that year and model, would require extra wiring and extra labor, or else the CD player could not be installed.

VALENCIA, CALIFORNIA -- I showed up about 10 minutes early for my appointment, and the stereo installers got right to work on my install (I had brought in my own Pioneer head unit for installation that I had not bought from Best Buy). I was out of there within 20 minutes with a great install, super polite BB employees who even gave me a quick tutorial about how my new stereo worked. They even told me they would install my stock head unit back in for free if I ever decided I wanted to sell my vehicle (I just have to show them the install paperwork).

PONTIAC MI, MICHIGAN -- A few years back I purchased a car stereo from Best Buy and it was the worst purchase I ever made. Their so-called "free" installation cost me plenty. First of all they hit me up with wire harness charges, even though the stereo I purchased had come with a wire harness. When I asked about this I was told they have to use their own wire harness to warranty their work (even though the wire harness was the same). But that is just the beginning.

To provide car stereo installation services to its customers, Walmart partners with a company called InstallerNet. When you purchase a qualifying car stereo from Walmart or, InstallerNet will contact you within 72 hours to set up your installation appointment.

No. Car stereo installation at Walmart requires purchasing a new, qualifying unit from Walmart or It also requires paying a base fee of $64.99. This fee could increase depending on the complexity of the installation job. 041b061a72

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