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By: Clinton M.
Audio Visions South
Excellent experience. I live in Atlanta, Ga and Clark took very good care of me with the purchase of my Maggies.
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By: Jose A.
AVC Home Theaters
David Liu and his team have been excellent. AVC installed an extensive audio/video system in our new home over 2 years ago. David was not working with them at the time, we ran into a few hiccups. He turned the experience around and got the system working flawlessly. He has been responsive to our call/emails (even on weekends). The system has been reliable and only required a few resets here and there (nothing major). He even helped us expedite a Cable company repair (with his connections) which is not even his job. Any bad reviews or experiences is when Brian was "running" the show. If you are considering top of the line AV equipment give David Liu a call. He is a straight shooter and will hook you up with state of the art technology for your home or business.
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By: Chasity N.
Guardian Interlock
Great visit!! Lonnie assisted me with my purchase, he was very pleasant and knowledgeable, because of his professionalism an positive attitude I will definitely return again and again!!!!
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By: Rose G.
Everything Audio & Accessories
I would not recommend this business...We had our daughters windows tinted for her birthday. They had bubbles in them. they said to wait and they would come out. We had 10 days to bring back. We took it back and they said that they needed to be retinted. They only did that on Tuesdays. We took it in the following tues and were told the tint did not come in. contacted the following tues and was told the tech was sick. They said they would call us. Never recieved a call. Went back in today and was told we waited too long. We even paid extra for a lifetime warranty. What good was that..They are not willing to fix their poor work...Very unprofessional.
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By: Mike T.
the best stereo shop I have ever been to customer service was excellent 5 star rating
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By: Wayne G.
Diversified Audio
This place DOESN'T want your business. The guy at the window, Dave, is nice but the head guy is the rudest person I've ever encountered at any business. They tried to repair a digital audio interface for me but failed. Claimed that they got no help from the vendor. No wonder, if they spoke to the vendor they way they spoke to me, I wouldn't have helped them either. I took the unit home and then realized that some of its functionality could be salvaged but was inaccessible. Note that this functionality was accessible when I first took the unit in for repair. I called and was told to bring the unit back and was then chastised for bringing it back when I got there. Save yourself the aggravation. DON'T take your stuff there. They DON'T WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
By: Al D.
Guardian Interlock
Dean and his team treated me right. Their product knowledge was the best. I shopped all around and no one came close to answering all of my questions like these guys. I purchased window tint and a Sony Audio Radio Multimedia center. There were a few small issues. They just took care of everything right away and they were pleasant about it. There support is there after the sale and that is rear these days. They even taught me all of the bells and whistles on my new system and there are many features.
By: terryjbrown
The Speaker Exchange
I had a problem with an old subwoofer. I spoke with Randall and he spent a lot of time and effort to find an answer that most likely won't result in their making any money. He knew this from the start but was completely professional and went out of his way to help. I would definitely recommend them.
By: reyna.nana.96
Everything Audio & Accessories
I do not recommend this business to anyone and here is why: Window Tinting of front driver and passenger side windows were done on Thursday, 9/27/12. Tinting appeared to havescratches in it when we picked it up but was told by the person those were air bubbles and let it cure for 3 to 5 days, donot roll down windows and those will disappear. We followed their instructions. We returned the vehicle to them onMonday, 10/1/12. Passenger side window still has several scratches including a scratch following the contour of thewindow. Driver side window has scratches as well. Company would not stand behind their work and accused us of rollingdown the windows. Windows were not rolled down.
Tips & Advices
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