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mazeroth 15th October 2004 11:16 PM

Anyone get their Tangs...
from ???

I e-mailed them twice with no response. I then called them and found out a young guy runs the show. He said he'd call me back with a price quote on a quantity order of the 871s including shipping. This was 2 weeks ago.

I e-mailed him again Monday and now, 4 days later, still no reply. Has anyone had success with this guy?


acenovelty 15th October 2004 11:44 PM

Never dealt with him. But,
for $16.04 quantities above 4.

But also contact:
Special Order Rep
800.338.0531 xt.179
for maybe a better deal on big volume. She has been most helpful to me in the past getting parts that are not on their web pages.


Grahamt 16th October 2004 12:30 AM

Bob at CSS also sells the 871, you might wanna see if he has any.

Timn8ter 16th October 2004 01:44 AM

I'm waiting for some drivers that I ordered from Acoustic Technologies. I was told that they would have to come out of Canada instead of California, then asked if I still wanted them. I thought that was an odd question because I assumed I wanted them because I ordered them. I didn't hear anything more until after I made two requests for an update. The second request for status was less polite than the first. I was informed at that point that the drivers had been backordered but were in now and on their way. I understand backorders but it's not good practice to keep your customers in the dark. :whazzat: I placed my order on September 24.

thomas997 16th October 2004 04:05 AM

I liked Neura Acoustic better :(

Danse 16th October 2004 04:15 AM

Maybe someone should advise TB of the service this distributor is providing to there customers?:dodgy:

JoeBob 16th October 2004 05:20 AM

I'll have to agree with thomas997, I ordered from Nuera and never had any problems, everything went smoothly. Since it was sold or whatnot I've heard a few stories and after that I bought my 871s' from CSS. Call up CSS, I had a question on a product the other day and they were very helpful, I wouldn't see you waiting that long with them.

rdf 16th October 2004 04:26 PM

Same here. When I bought my w4-657's the owner of Neura dropped them off at work on his way to pick up the kids, saving me the shipping. Can't ask for better service than that. :) Good experience with CSS too.

Didn't Speaker City, a Vancouver BC store, buy out Neura? Hope not, I've only has a couple dealings with them, the last over the phone with a sales rep who couldn't be bothered leaving the chair - "...I'm sure we have what you're looking for my friend, why don't you drop by and we'll take a look buddy ....." Not at all the same. :(

Timn8ter 16th October 2004 06:08 PM


Originally posted by Danse
Maybe someone should advise TB of the service this distributor is providing to there customers?:dodgy:
Can you say "business opportunity"? :D

faithblinded 16th October 2004 06:38 PM

Thanks for this info guys. I'd been considering some 871's for pc speakers, and now I know where to get them.

BTW, am I the only one that snickers to himself every time I see 'Tang'? My mind is in the gutter I guess, LOL.

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