Crisp stereo provides great traveling tunes
From hard pounding bass to smooth hi-fidelity of music, Mr. SoundGood knows what it takes!
In Okinawa, owning a vehicle is almost a must, because public transportation leaves much to be desired. There are no trains, and even buses are not very usable, so it’s no wonder then, that Okinawa’s local residents almost all have a vehicle of their own. And once you have a car, you’ll find out that you end up spending plenty of time in it, so you want to get some entertainment.
That’s where APS Audio and Mr. SoundGood step in. Andy Laojalean, the owner of APS Audio Okinawa, affectionately known by his customers as Mr. Soundgood, is a professional car sound system installer who can modify any car to fit almost any audio system, navigation, TV, DVD player, speakers and more. Anyone who is particular about his or her music and how it should sound on wheels must visit and ask Andy.
Window tinting is a must for hot weather on Okinawa, and APS has the best window films ranging from hi-performance 5% Dark Limo to the best line of clear Ceramic which blocks as much as 88% of infrared rays while the film is clear and JCI legal. Ever since car wrapping was introduced in 2012, it has become a very popular thing to do to make any ride “look cool, and stand out from the rest”. APS is the place to go for professional car wrapping. With over 15 years as a professional tint installer, and 13 years running the business, Andy assures his customers that, “Whether getting window tint or wrapping, you can be sure the job is done right, and also know APS will honor the warranty should it ever become necessary.”
APS Audio is a one-stop shop to make a car look cool, sound great, and stand out from the rest. “I can honestly say,” says Andy, “that the quality of our service and workmanship is second to none.”
The shop is open Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Information is available at ( 098) 933-6177 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. APS is located at 17-1 Yagibaru, Kitanakagusuku, under the Okinawa Expressway overpass on Hwy330, just a couple of minutes north from Camp Foster. On a smart phone map just type in “APS Audio Okinawa” for exact directions.