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    Default Where to buy LsiM

    The "Where to Buy" at the top doesn't even have an option for the LsiM line.

    I tried looking just for the LSI line, but none of the stores that say they carry the LSI line even carry it.

    Where can I find out who carries them ?

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    If I go to this link http://www.polkaudio.com/products/lsim707 there is a button that says BUY NOW
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    Where are you located?

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    Quote Originally Posted by leroyjr1 View Post
    Where are you located?
    ontario, but I have no problem buying from the states either online or driving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasareath View Post
    If I go to this link http://www.polkaudio.com/products/lsim707 there is a button that says BUY NOW
    hmm... not that i can find

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    Quote Originally Posted by WagBoss View Post
    ontario, but I have no problem buying from the states either online or driving.
    I've heard that the LSiM line will be coming to select Future Shop's in the near future. Otherwise, Visions (If you have one), can bring them in. But they don't stock them in store or list them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drenis View Post
    I've heard that the LSiM line will be coming to select Future Shop's in the near future. Otherwise, Visions (If you have one), can bring them in. But they don't stock them in store or list them.
    nice, I hope they do. Futureshop usually has good sales. The reason i want to know where to buy is so i can consistently check them for deals, I never pay msrp for stuff :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by WagBoss View Post
    hmm... not that i can find
    Maybe you need to use another browser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasareath View Post
    Maybe you need to use another browser.

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    no, most likely it sees I'm from Canada. So they don't advertise it because they do not ship to canada.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ravaneli View Post
    Is this legit? Does it come with warranty? Their prices are amazing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fossy View Post
    so what does that mean, no warranty?

    Are they actual polk speakers or fakes?

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    It means that this internet site sells on the grey market. The equipment is usually legitimate and bonafide equipment, but you'll get no warranty from the manufacturer. Often the merchant will open the box and modify the serial number so that the gear cannot be tracked back to the merchant. They then reseal the package like new - you'd never be the wiser. Why then would the merchant sell on the grey market?

    These online merchants typically sell this equipment in a brick and mortar store or through the services of something like a high-end custom install store. They are bound by agreement to the merchant to not sell the merchandise for less than a given price, even when the merchant could potentially sell it for far less than retail. Thus, the grey market is born. The merchants supplement their brick and mortar with grey market internet, which I'm sure does fantastic business.

    I once bought grey market. Even when the merchant claimed that they were an authorized retailer I figured, based on the price, that they were not. Soon I received my new Velodyne SPL1200 sub and it sounded fantastic. Right after the warranty had expired the amp died. I contacted Velodyne and they immediately informed me that the serial number I supplied was not legitimate. I admitted that I bought from an online merchant that was not an authorized retailer (they since disappeared from the net), and Velodyne said no problem. It cost me a small some of money to have them fix it, and in the process I have a real serial number from them. This scenario was a happy ending, but not all are. Buy with extreme caution.
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    I've seen a few "grey market" sites that admit to not being online retailers but will match any factory warranty through their company instead. However if you actually had an issue I can guarantee they're not going to have the same customer service as Polk and many other companies, so it's up to the buyer if it's worth it to them. I'd rather know what i'm going to pay up front and have a nice factory warranty than have to worry about it or spend more money down the road if something happens.
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    well, buying from the grey market would be craigslist too lol..

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    doesnt seem like a legit deal to me....

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    sometimes those deals they post never really arrive at your door and they end up giving you your money back.

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    They are a legitimate seller, just not an authorized dealer. Whether the price discount is worth the risk depends on your risk tolerance.
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