- Report: #1143528
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Complaint Review: Clyde'd Home Entertainment store
Clyde'd Home Entertainment store2920 Churn Creek Rd Redding, California USA
Clyde'd Home Entertainment store, Clyde's Magnavox, Clyde's Next Generation Ripoff, overpriced, sells used as new, sells unneeded items Redding California
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My dad bought a new home entertainment system from Clyde himself, My dad likes good stuff and has been buying from Clyde for 35years, Clyde sold him a Phillips plasma TV the showed up with no box and sufferers from bad motion blur. The TV was obviously a demo unit as it had 250 "on hours" on the screen the day he delivered it. Clyde also charged him DOUBLE MSRP ($700 for a TV you can get for $350 anywhere else new and at that price point, that TV falls into the junk category). He also sold him a Sherwood junk head unit...Again at DOUBLE MSRP, charged him $50 for an $8 HDMI cable and a Bluray player again at Double MSRP. Clyde told my dad that the TV was "State of the art" and said they are discontinuing plasma TV because "They last too long"...Hogwash! It's old tech, has a shorter life then modern LED backlit LCD's and on this particular unit, the motion blur make it horrible to watch.
So be careful if you buy anything here, do your research before you buy and don't believe any of the lies you will be told.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/02/2014 09:46 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Clyded-Home-Entertainment-store/Redding-California-96002/Clyded-Home-Entertainment-store-Clydes-Magnavox-Clydes-Next-Generation-Ripoff-overp-1143528. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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