Reno Hi-Fi took all prices on Pass products off their website?????

Ki Choi

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My attempted wisdom for this thread - borrowed loosely from various places:

1) "If you can't say something nice, don't say nothing at all" - Thumper
2) "This is supposed to be a happy occasion [forum]. Let’s not bicker and argue about who killed who." - Monty Python
3) "Can we all get along?" - Rodney King
 

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krelldog

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Back to Mark at Reno HiFi.....I don't have a Pass Labs dealer anywhere even close to me (Cleveland) I'm not even sure if there is one in the state of Ohio. Mark was extremely helpful, and the home demo pretty much makes the buying/demo process as easy as possible. As a result I bought the Int-60.

For some of us the demo/price route is the only way to own top flight gear. I love the fact that Reno Hifi is flexible enough to sell new,used or Demo gear. It is a smart business model. It certainly expands their potential customer base.

Count me in as a HUGE Pass Labs and Reno Hifi fan.
 
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PeterA

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Back to Mark at Reno HiFi.....I don't have a Pass Labs dealer anywhere even close to me (Cleveland) I'm not even sure if there is one in the state of Ohio. Mark was extremely helpful, and the home demo pretty much makes the buying/demo process as easy as possible. As a result I bought the Int-60.

For some of us the demo/price route is the only way to own top flight gear. I love the fact that Reno Hifi is flexible enough to sell new,used or Demo gear. It is a smart business model. It certainly expands their potential customer base.

Count me in as a HUGE Pass Labs and Reno Hifi fan.
Mark is and excellent dealer. He is knowledgable, always responds to emails and calls, and the in-home trial period is very helpful. There is no Pass dealer around Boston either.
 

GreginNH

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The closest Pass dealer to Boston would be Fidelis in Nashua, NH, I believe.
 

PeterA

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The closest Pass dealer to Boston would be Fidelis in Nashua, NH, I believe.
That might be recent. I checked a few years ago and the closed dealer was about a three hour drive to Connecticut. I know Fidelis and will check them out. Thanks.
 

GreginNH

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That might be recent. I checked a few years ago and the closed dealer was about a three hour drive to Connecticut. I know Fidelis and will check them out. Thanks.
Hi Peter - they have been carrying the line for at least 3 years. They have a few pieces on display. They are also bringing on Sim Audio and just recently McIntosh (go figure).
 

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