One last introduction to make. In case you didn’t catch it already – he let the cat out of the bag before I got the Bio over in Nousaine’s intro thread. Please join me in giving Mark Eldridge a warm welcome.
Mark is no stranger in the IASCA/USAC competition field. Besides numerous trophies he has wracked up – his business centers around tuning and analyzing high-end mobile music reproduction systems. I had the pleasure of meeting Tom in Oklahoma several years back and have been happy to have him as a good friend and. Over the years he has worked for Kicker, and JBL building their competition vehicals, and come to know just a ‘few’ things about Auto-Sound 🙂 One of the things I most appreciate about Mark (Outside of his absolutely INSANE show car building skills) is his sense and appreciation of Good Sound. Outside of having access to the full weight of factory support in his last two major rolls, and being able to build the craziest wikkid loud vehicals – he preffers to build car’s that hold SQ over all else – and he does indeed have a good set of ears 🙂 (Well for the most part, don’t ever ask him about the Bella-Fleck Demo he gave me and his midbasses :)) In all seriousness.. Mark know’s his stuff, know’s car audio, and will be hanging around popping in once in a while for a look-see, and to generally make some of his vast autosound knowledge available to our forum members.
Below are a fewe titles he holds to his credit – and once he get’s me his version of his Bio – Iand his Bio:
1996 CMAA Finals – Pro 1001+ National Champion
1997 MES Invitational – Invitational Round of 25 Champion
1997 IASCA World Finals – Expert 601+ SQ World Champion
1997 IASCA World Finals – Expert 601+ SQ+ World Champion
2000 USAC World Finals – Expert Best of Show
2000 IASCA World Finals – Expert 601+ World Champion
2000 USAC World Finals – Expert 601+ World Champion
2001 SISC (Perry, GA) – Invitational Round of 25 Champion
Mark Eldridge has been involved in the car audio professionally since 1992. He was a serious enthusiast before then, beginning his troubled ways in 1978 when he installed his first â€œhigh performanceâ€