Before you buy Sunfire CRM2s, you might wanna check this out…
I’ve been in the market for these little speakers for some time, but always try and do as much research as possible. If you’re an online shopper like me, you’ll probably check Ebay or any other online vendor that comes up in your search results (in addition to Videogon and Audiogon –I’ll elaborate on that later).
DigitalCraze.com and ElegantAudioVideo.com will usually be the two online vendors that come up. Unfortunately, they’re all apart of Uncle’s Stereo in New York that sells “new” products that are actually used, stolen, or have scratched-out serial numbers. Though they all have “great” return policies, they still screw you by charging VERY HIGH restocking and order cancellation fees.
Unfortunately, these products may be circulating on Audiogon, Videogon, and Ebay because the new owners are trying to get rid of their “new” Sunfires that may be defective.
To double check, I contacted Kim in the Marketing Department of Sunfire. She explained that one of the only online vendors that are authorized in selling Sunfire products is:
Ebay Username: Corvette 62005
Here’s a link to his ebay profile for those of you in the market of Sunfire products.
Here’s a list of Uncle’s Stereo websites that have been copied and pasted from the Internet:
Audio and Vision store on Shopping.com
Reliable Audio Video on Yahoo Shopping
PlazaAudio.com – currently not active
ReelAudioVideo.com – currently not active
SpeedAndSound.com – currently not active
TheWorldOfTheater.com – currently not active
UncleStereo.com – currently “under construction”