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a good alarm

Discussion in 'Car Audio / Security / Electronic Accessories' started by jamesA, Sep 30, 2003.

  1. jamesA

    jamesA Well known pissed off telephone guy VIP

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    In light of get nicks recent theft...what would be a good alarm to put on my car to keep people away?
     
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    Clifford / top of the line DEI and a LoJack system.
     
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    ok....I've looked at some Clifford systems, but I've never had a car worth protecting...so I never looked or asked about this before...bear with me here. :p


    Clifford systems

    In your opinion(s) which would be worth it? the Matrix I for $259.97

    or the Matrix II for $279.95

    I looked through them but... :unsure: because i have no clue what it all means.

    Lo Jack looks awesome...but the coverage isn't available in Indiana.
     
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    I like the Matrix 2 much better mainly because of the nicer remote, plus the outboard shock sensor is a nice thing for installation. I still prefer the real Clifford alarms (the Concept and Intelliguard series). The matrix line is the same as any DEI alarm, but has the Clifford keychain and led.
     
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