|Sound Advice Home Theater Retailer Latest Chain to Close Doors|
|Home Theater News Industry-Trade News|
|Written by AVRev.com|
|Wednesday, 12 November 2008|
Now, Sound Advice, a Florida-based home theater retailer has called it quits. They will be closing all 22 of their stores by year's end. Their liquidation sale started last Wednesday and will continue through until after the holidays. They are currently offering 10 percent off TVs, 20 percent off speakers and 40 percent off cables and accessories.
Sound Advice employs about 50 workers, which is about 30 fewer than were working there a year ago. The stores have stopped accepting checks, selling gift cards, warranties, etc.
Sound Advice was acquired for $61 million in 2001 by Tweeter, so it was probably not a stretch of the imagination that Sound Advice would eventually close.