In 2013 I had a "transit piece" installed in my 2008 Porsche Carrera S 911 by AudioMasters to enable connection of my iPhone (3 or 4?). Over the last three years I had the car laid up off the road in my garage due to out of state and overseas work (would periodically take a short spin to keep the car viable). I hadn't connected my last iPhone at all during that time. This past weekend I transferred the car (after a seriously thorough servicing to the tune of $3K to my son who is active duty USAF and stationed in Omaha, Nebraska at OFFUTT AFB. He flew in to CLT on Sat, we got the car fully serviced at Hendrick on Independence, we picked up a 10 day transit tag from NC DMV Monday morning, and yesterday at 0600 he hit the road for a planned 2 day 1100 mile drive back to Omaha. I completely forgot to tell him how to synch the attached iPhone to the right FM channel and completely forgot about the on/off rocker switch. I just said you can hook up you iPhone to the radio. Well, he did the entire 1100 mile trip in 1 day yesterday, arriving Omaha at 2230...and was stuck listening to way too many bible-belting local FM stations along the way :).
I had forgotten the name of AudioMasters and tried using Google maps to zoom in on the geographic location I last knew...but apparently you guys moved. Well, I just took a shot and called you guys, started a long spiel hoping who ever answered would at least know how to explain to me how to get an iPhone 7 to connect to that 911's car stereo. The gentleman who answered the phone took my name and ...BINGO almost instantaneously he retrieved my service record from 2013 from your records and quickly & easily described what I had in the car and the simple procedures to achieve connectivity 2-3 generations of Apple attachments later! Incredible is all I can say! Thanks so much. I just called my son in Omaha, went thru the steps and SUCCESS! I can't thank you guys enough ! Well done. BRAVO!!!
- Joe Coccia, CAPT, U.S.C.G., ret.