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stereo5, having done that job, every dealer has "push" lines he needs to keep the doors open . If you don't sell them you won't be around long..
Exception is the store,and there are more than one might imagine, that is run by a trust fund baby to whom profit and loss is irrelevant .
Not to imply this was the case with your purchase .
Merry Christmas !
Thank you all for the well wishes. This particular store has been in business in the same location since 1977 and also has another more recent store on Commonwealth Ave in Boston. I personally know the owner of the store as he went to Bishop Feehan Catholic High School with my wife. They both grew up in North Attleboro, Mass and he still resides there. The owners father used to run a TV and radio store in the town.
This store has survived by always staying on top of new things and by having the inventory to back it up. They have done many huge systems for various New England Patriots players costing upwards of 100K. They also have an on site service department of which the owner is the service tech. He has over 50 years of experience and knowledge. I feel lucky to have this dealer so close to me and will support them whenever I can.
I do not get what you are driving at. My wife is extremely happy and she is the one who INSISTED that I buy the speakers. My wife got a brand new 2016 Hyundai Sonata loaded to replace the 2012 that she had. Also in December, we had BathFitters redo our bathroom to the tune of 6K and she bought new curtains, rugs and such. As I said, my wife is very happy so I do not get it. Enlighten me please.