Originally Posted by tristian0507
Your not going to put a product at a price point to not make profit. That's stupid.
I just wanted to let you know that this is actually a business strategy that is fairly common practice; read here
. Please note that I am neither saying you're right nor wrong; only Tom and his colleagues would dictate the accuracy of the claim.
It is my personal opinion that I do think that some companies, such as SVS, are merely riding the coattails of their successful predecessors. If you factor in the product line evolutions, variety offered, and product of impeccable engineering changes over the last, say, 3 years, SVS, PSA, and other ID companies begin to vary vastly on a different front.
At the end of the day, we are all consumers. We vote with our wallets. We, as a collective, dictate the rise and fall of almost every company in history, present, and the future. Competition is what keeps prices low and product development high. I, for one, am very glad that there are competitors of varying prices and offerings. Otherwise, this forum would be one hell of a boring place! "Did you get _THE_ subwoofer installed?" My theater would be pretty damn boring if it was the same sound offering as movie theater!