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 Alarm Suggestion? please help need one tomorrow.

Could someone suggest an alarm that has the features i need, for under $100 with shipp. i just bought a car thats why budget is tight. Just need as much protection as i can get thanks, kyle

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CLICKHEREThis one is the one that I use in all my cars and trucks. I sell the heck out of this unit. It's Alittle more that $100. BUT this one is less money and 1 model downCLICKHEREhope this helps you

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will this alarm be able to detect if any window is broken into? and what about trunk?

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will this alarm be able to detect if any window is broken into? and what about trunk?

yes if the window is broken it will trip the dual zone shock senser. and for the trunk you run a wire from the trunk light to the alarm. or you install a mercury swich on the trunk lid so it will trip when the trunk is open.CLICKHERE

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http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_7299_Crimestopper+CS2000DPTW2.html

is that a good alarm? so shock sensor means that if the window is broken then the alarm will go off with sirens and all right? hows that alarm?

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 Dual Zone Shock Sensor

A Dual Zone Shock Sensor has a 'warn away' & 'full trigger'.

The first to activate is usually the 'warn away' which will give a brief short series of chirps on lighter hits, ie., a thief testing out the alarm to see if it is active.

The 'full trigger' will set the entire alarm off with harder hits, ie., a actual theft attempt.

Most good shock sensors will detect a window being broken without a separate glass sensor.
Case in Point: I had a unsuccessful theft attempt back in 1994 & the means of entry was by breaking the drivers side window which was tinted. The shock sensor caught it with full alarm & no glass sensor installed.
IMO, tint also plays a role in the shock sensor detecting a broken window without a glass break sensor. The reason is that tint keeps the broken glass together & is more of a impact (shock) when broken than a window without tint where the glass shatters & the glass sensor being tuned to the high freqency pitch of glass shattering.

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