Highly recommend Paragon Sight and Sound in Ann Arbor, MI


At the high end of the marketplace, Larry, Ron, and the others have really been helpful and given me some great discounts on high quality "pre-owned" audiophile products. My current system includes new Wilson Audio Sasha 2 speakers, an ARC GS150 power amplifier, upgraded Puccini SACD/CD player, and a high-end power conditioner with cables. It sounds incredible! Many thanks - Gerry
gerryah930
For the last three years Paragon presented at Axpona with excellent sounding rooms, usually more than one. They are well represented with many dealer reps to answer questions, I would buy from them in a heart beat. They really get it. 

I found this video from the Paragon room

https://vimeo.com/122699438

Just a fun one

Jab, thanks for posting; that video is funny and my wife tells me she can relate to it! I to can report excellent service from Paragon Sight & Sound, they also had outstanding demonstrations at AXPONA.
Kind of funny video. I get uneasy when women are objectified so blatantly. A speaker is just a hunk of wood and metal that anyone with enough money can buy. A good woman is priceless and can only be had and kept by winning her heart every day.

Sorry to make you feel uneasy but, "A good woman is priceless and can only be had and kept by winning her heart every day." Really, in my family it is respect, not trying have her or to keep her. The words "have" and "kept" make me feel uneasy.

7000 posts here on agon and not a single sale or purchase. Wow, looking down from the mountain I guess.

Thanks! for sharing -Gerry
I can remember reading ads in Stereophile from the 1990's from Paragon Sight and Sound. These guys are well heeled, established, amongst the best dealers/retailers.
Happy Listening!
My experience with Paragon in Ann Arbor wasn't quite so great. Less than two years ago I purchased a high-end CD player that I later discovered had been kicking around at the store for about two years. That may be fine, but they didn't tell me. Also, just a few weeks ago I asked about trading a pristine eight-month-old high-end preamp for one that retailed for $15,000. The offered me wholesale, about $2,500, for my $8,500 preamp, and wanted full retail price for their preamp. Wholesale to retail doesn't work for most audiophiles, especially repeat customers. Yeah, I know. Go elsewhere. I did.
Well they have to pay for those expensive video’s and demo’s? LOL!

They do have some very hi end equipment and will allow you to hear anything uninterrupted. I have purchased some items and have enjoyed the store. But, unless you look at their used items, pretty much everything else is sold at retail.

ozzy