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Paradigm Studio 100s Pricing?


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#1 of 3 tsweers89

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Posted December 14 2011 - 04:14 PM

Looking into getting a pair of Studio 100's. I have only 1 Paradigm dealer in a 100mile radius of me. I went there and demoed them this past week. Also demoed a few b&w and KEF. I def want to pick up a pair of the 100s after hearing them. Only problem is the price tag. They have them set at $3500 which is paradigms msrp. When i call another dealer they will not give me a price over the phone besides the msrp. I guess its one of paradigms rules. Which doesnt make to much sense to me. All he could tell me is that they offer them at his store for quite a bit less. But its 247 miles from me. So i am wondering what the going rate is for a pair so i can go to my dealer and tell them i can get them for "said price" at the next dealer closest to me and see if they will match the price. Any info would be helpful.

#2 of 3 Jason Charlton

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Posted December 15 2011 - 05:31 AM

My only similar experience was when I was shopping for my PSB speakers.  I've used two different dealers and both offered a discount of 10% off of MSRP.


Obviously, there's no guarantee that all dealers will offer this sort of discount.  Perhaps others on the forum have had similar experiences?


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#3 of 3 tsweers89

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Posted December 15 2011 - 12:57 PM

Thanks for the helpful post. From other sites/forums i have posted it seems most have gotten them for $2800-2900 a set. Which is def something i can handle. I will try and audition others in the same price range before i make a final decision but it is hard as i don't have many places to go in my area.