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Help! I need to be a HT expert by tomorrow!!
6 replies to this topic
Posted February 15 2005 - 11:13 PM
Ok so i have landed a job at a new Audio Visual superstore, i have a basic knowledge, well a fair bit away from nothing, but im still worried. I have spent the last week settting all the gear up for a big demo room. Tomorrow is the first day of opening, and my weakest area of knowledge would be these subjects- DLP Tv's Rear pro LCDS Plamas Set top boxs ie, SD/HDTV If you know of any handly links or give a quick rundown on small specifics that would be awesome. Just dont want a nerdy customer to come in and go, so does this do that? Ahhh! Thanks guys
Posted February 15 2005 - 11:43 PM
read the primer here, it has a ton of information, most everything that someone could ask you is in there,,, do you have any specific questions about anything, other than a general need to know all info?
Posted February 16 2005 - 12:04 AM
yeah nah thats great thanks man, forgot that was there! CHeers!
Posted February 16 2005 - 01:24 PM
Good luck with the new job. I've been selling A/V gear for 3 1/2 years and still get a kick out of it. Does your store offer any training for sales associates? I find it difficult to belive that they would open a new store without making sure the staff had a basic understanding of the things they sell. -Dave
Posted February 16 2005 - 08:29 PM
Hey for DLP check out my Link below "HOW DLP WORKS", there is a flash demo/vid clip there about 2 mins long that really lays out how it works, click where it says "Launch The Demo", its Pretty cool. Good Luck
Posted February 17 2005 - 07:55 AM
Study not only what each one stands for but and most importantly the pros and cons of both. That to me is the true requirement of a salesman. Good luck.
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