Classical change in Washington DC

Laurence Glavin
Wed Jan 24 15:14:18 EST 2007

>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Sean Smyth" 
>To: "Scott Fybush" 
>Subject: Re: Classical change in Washington DC
>Date: Wed, 24 Jan 2007 10:04:30 -0800 (PST)

>Scott Fybush wrote:
> More innovative thinking like that, and people might even want to
> seek out and buy the radios :-)

>I don't know about that, Scott. Cheapest prices I saw looking at a
>couple places online were $139. And those were car radios. Tabletops
>were going for $249 and up. Still price prohibitive for someone like me.

I read that Cambridge Soundworks is closing most of its retail stores...
story at:

Of course the problem with store-closing sales is the chance of
hassles with returning the items;  could you go to a still-open
C.S.W. and get your money back?  But if they have an outlet nearby,
you could give them a try.

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